Alfred is a talented comedian and dancer. He and his cousin Seymour toured with hip-hop/pop artist Timmy T, Michil'Le, and Japanese solo artist Hiroko. They work as a dance team and have opened for Color Me Badd and Johnny Gill. Alfred and Seymour have been in music videos for Tracie Spencer, Mellow Man Ice and The Red Elvises. It's rumored that they've appeared on an Australian variety show and a body building show, in China. Alfred and Seymour went on to be full time cast members on Nickelodeon'sRoundhouse, for all four seasons. They were discovered by one of the creators, when they were performing on the boardwalk in Venice Beach. Alfred has been actively involved with Nickelodeon. Alfred and Seymour participated in the Nick Takes Over Your School contest for four years. Alfred danced and answered phones for Nickelodeon at the Big Help-a-thon in October 1994 and October 1995 (featured on the air). They also answered phones for Snick or Treat 1993. For the network, he's performed with artists: Kris Kross, Tag Team, and All 4 One. Alfred has also contributed to song writing on Roundhouse. Alfred and Seymour danced on the streets of New York, for the 1995 Billboard Awards, and they've appeared on the 1995 MTV Music Video Awards, and at the 2000 Busker Festival. They've also appeared dancing in the opening credits of The Tonight Show. I'm told the guys starred as Kemi & Zemi in an educational video entitled, Germ Busters available at your local library. The guys have a comedy act that Alfred writes most of the material for. The "Al & Sey" act has been featured on NBC's Friday Night with an interview, and they also entered as contestants (in the comedy category) of Jenny Jones' National Talent Search in 1996. They won! Alfred and Seymour have also toured Australia, China, London, and the US under the name "Touch of Class." In 1995 Alfred appeared doing a comedy sketch onThe Tonight Show! Other television appearances include: Hanging with Mr. Cooper, Keenan and Kel, The Stephanie Miller Show, On the Street (pilot), and Sahvado Degante. In 1999, the guys appeared in John Crane's one act comedy show, Choppy at the Groundlings Theater in West Hollywood and they also filmed a pilot based on the show for UPN. Both Alfred and Seymour were narrators for the 2004 independent film, Michael Blanco. The guys were recently developing a new performance show called "Bizerk" and currently you can catch Al and Sey performing their comedy routine on weekends at Venice Beach and the Third Street Promenade in Santa Monica, California. It is reported that they appear Monday nights at "The Comedy Club" in LA.
Birthdate: 4/15/70. His advice: "Stay in School." Alfred dabbles in clothing design! He is from Denver, Colorado.
Jobs that came with RH: danced at 6th and 7th annual Nickelodeon's Kid's Choice Awards. Hosted an MTV Top 20 Countdown in 1993, hosted SNICK Live in 1994. Appeared with the 2nd season cast on Entertainment Tonight. Has own profile commercial for Nickelodeon.