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Alan Roger Currie
Alan Roger Currie is an author, screenwriter, and filmmaker who spends significant time in both the Chicagoland area, as well as Los Angeles, California.

Alan Roger Currie is the author of the popular paperback Mode One: Let The Women Know What You're REALLY Thinking.

Currie was born and raised in Gary, Indiana and graduated from Indiana University in Bloomington, Indiana.

Currie has experience performing as an actor on stage, as well as in local, regional, and national television commercials in the mid-to-late 80s and early 90s. Currie briefly performed as a stand-up comedian, and was the 1989 Grand Prize Winner of the Chicago Metropolitan area Miller Lite Beer Comedy Search Contest (The 1990 Grand Prize Winner was well-known movie star and TV star, Bernie Mac).

After completing one of two years in the Indiana University MBA Program, Currie used an internship with New Line Cinema Feature Film productions to make a move to Los Angeles in 1994, and while there, he pursued a career as an actor, screenwriter, and filmmaker. He wrote, directed, and co-starred in two Short Films, and was chosen into the highly selective NBC Page Program, where he worked with the NBC Guest Relations department, and on NBC-produced television shows such as The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, and In The House.

Since returning to his Midwestern roots, Currie has acted as a co-host & co-moderator (along with his older brother Stephen) for a variety of Urban Community Forums known as "The Fifth Sunday Forums," which have covered a wide range of African-American issues, and Currie has also hosted and/or moderated a number of Relationship Chats that focused on the problems and challenges facing single men and single women in today's dating scene.

Currie is currently the host of an Internet radio show entitled "Upfront & Straightforward With Alan Roger Currie," which focuses on general dating and relationship issues, men's issues, and particularly, what men need to do to improve their interpersonal communication skills with women. Currie conducts many seminars and public speaking engagements, and is always available for media interviews, speaking requests, and panel discussions.

Currie is single, and divides his time between the Northwest Indiana / Chicagoland area, and the Los Angeles area.