Alan Toy Wikipedia and Biography 

Alan Toy's name is searched on Wikipedia, but his biography has yet to be added. The film star has been working in American cinemas since the 1980s.

He was born in 1950 in Florida and celebrated his birthday on May 24. The toy stands at an average height of 5 feet 8 inches.

Alan is married to his beloved wife, Theresa Karanik. They tied knots on January 26, 1984. As a result, the couple shares one child in their family.

The couple welcomed their son, John Henry Toy, in the early 1990s. Apart from names, not much has come out about Alan's family.

Alan's net worth is around $1-$2 million. Alan has been successful in the American theatres and has made a handsome sum of money in his career.

Is Alan Toy Really In A Wheelchair?

Alan Toy was diagnosed with Polio when he was three years old, and he now uses a wheelchair due to the disease.

The actor developed Polio around 1953, but the vaccine for the disease did not come out in the United States until 1955.

Polio victims face immobility, and during the 1950s, it resulted in over ten thousand paralysis cases.

The movie star survived Polio, but Alan was left with leg braces and crutches due to a lack of medical supplements.

In recent times, the 71-year-old has now shifted to a wheelchair.

Polio Story In "Annie Live" NBC

Alan Toy hopes to share his polio story in Annie Live among millions of people at once.

The three-hour special will air on NBC. The show will be broadcast on December 2 at 8 p.m. ET.

Harry Connick Jr. (Daddy Warbucks), Taraji Henson (Miss Hannigan), and Celina Smith will join Alan on the set (Annie).

Alan Toy has praised NBC for casting the role authentically. He also shares he is proud to represent his community and wishes the see the Disability community in TV shows.

He is fighting for actors with disabilities and has become a role model for such actors and has encouraged producers and directors to cast them.