Alan Weeks worked on a variety of projects during his entertainment career. Weeks's earliest roles were in film, including the action picture "Shaft" (1971) with Richard Roundtree, the action flick "The French Connection" (1971) with Gene Hackman and the musical "Lost in the Stars" (1974) with Brock Peters. He also appeared in "Black Belt Jones" (1974), the Isaac Hayes action movie "Truck Turner" (1974) and the dramatic adaptation "Brighton Beach Memoirs" (1986) with Blythe Danner. In the early 2000s, Weeks devoted his time to various credits, such as "Last Comic Standing" (NBC, 2002-2015). Weeks had a number of different projects under his belt in the early 2000s, including "The Restaurant" "Hooking Up" and "Project Runway" (2004-2015). His credits also expanded to "Bound for Glory" (2005-06). Most recently, Weeks worked on "Life Below Zero" (National Geographic Channel, 2012-15). Weeks won an Outstanding Cinematography For Reality Programming Primetime Emmy Award for "The Amazing Race: All-Stars" in 2007.