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Alan Garner is the tritagonist of The Hangover and The Hangover Part II. He is the tritagonist turned true main protagonist of The Hangover Part III.
He is played by Zach Galifinakis.
Personality and Traits
Alan is considered by other people to be a child at heart, but a dimwitted person. Since he is very immature, he almost never swears (on two occasions - once he said "fuck" and another he said "n*ggas"). Alan takes ADHD medication because he is extremely hyperactive. Before his marriage with Cassie, he used to live at home with his parents as he has his dad pay his rent and his mother calls him "Sweetie".
Alan is still obsessed about the weekend in Vegas, as he has all the evidence (which he was meant to delete it) on his bedroom wall. Alan also is sometimes very dimwitted and copies Phil, whom he idolises. Alan can also play BlackJack really well and he learned from reading a book on it, as it seems he can't lose. Also, while drunk, he usually keeps falling asleep. Despite (or perhaps due) to his childish and laid-back behavior, is the most spiritually developed character in the series, evident when he successfully remembers most of The Wolfpack's adventure in Thailand during a meditation session in a Buddhist monastery. Alan is a fan of the Jonas Brothers. In the third film, Alan is going through a crisis after the death of his father, Sid and the Wolfpack is all he has and he had stopped taking his medication for 6 months. Near the end of the movie, Alan gets married to Cassie, a pawn shop worker he met in Vegas while looking for Chow.