And now the 29-year-old has shown off to DA MAN Magazine the incredible figure that made career tribute Gloss such a force to be reckoned with in the movie.
On how he got to look so bloody beautiful, Alan said: "I'd be lying if I say genetics don't play some part of that, but at the same time, I think people take for granted how hard it is to achieve any kind of success.
"I do work really hard, I work out five days a week and I'm very disciplined about my regimen."
He also spoke about playing the 'dagger expert' (don't) and the "outpouring of love" (seriously, don't) he received from fans of The Hunger Games.
"I feel like a tidal wave. I've been working in this business for nine years, and now I'm starting to see the fruit of the labour," he said. "The foundation has been laid for a great career, and I feel kind of unstoppable right now."
Alan's next movie is Michael Bay's Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles adaptation, which he promises will be "epic" and "live up to the expectations of the die-hard fans".
We're so glad to see this rising star coming out of his shell...