Alan Ferguson Bio, Affair, Divorce, Net Worth, Ethnicity, Age, Nationality, Height

(Music Video Director)

Relationship Facts of Alan Ferguson

  • Alan Ferguson is not having an affair with anyone presently.
  • His sexual orientation is straight.

More about the relationship

Alan Ferguson’s current relationship status is single after his divorce with his wife.

He was married to an American singer and songwriter, Solange Piaget Knowles. The duo was first seen together in public in 2008 at an art gallery.

They kept their relationship quiet but were spotted at various music functions and at also the party with Jay-Z and Beyoncé. Later in 2011, Solange posted pictures with him and they were known to be dating each other.

They exchange their vows with each other on 16th November of the year 2014. The marriage ceremony took place at the Marigny Opera House, a nondenominational church supported by the Marigny Opera House Foundation.

Previous to getting married to Alan, Solange was married to her then-husband, Daniel Smith, and also has a son.

After living together for around five years, Alan and Solange separated in Sep 2019.

Who is Alan Ferguson?

Alan Ferguson is an award-wining American music video director. He has worked as co-director on both the Cranes in the Sky and Don’t Touch My Hair videos.

Additionally, he was also popular for his relationship with his ex-wife, Solange Piaget Knowles. She was one of the popular American singer, songwriter, and actress.

Alan Ferguson: Age, Parent, Siblings, Ethnicity

The actor was born on August 5, 1963, in Richmond, Virginia, United States.

His father’s name is William Alfred Ferguson Sr. who was a U.S. Army veteran and a postal worker. Likely, his mother’s name is Winifred Hocker Ferguson.

Alan Ferguson
Caption: Alan Ferguson and Solange Knowles (Source: Harpers Bazzar)

In addition, he has an older brother named William and an elder brother name, Mark Ferguson. He belongs to American nationality and is of mixed (Ireland and Scotland) ethnicity.

Education, University

There is no information regarding his education. He may have completed his education from the college in his home town.

Alan Ferguson: Career, Professional life

Alan Ferguson is one of the popular names in the entertainment industry. He is known for his frequent collaboration with the rock band called Fall Out Boy. He has directed several music videos including What a Catch, Donnie, America’s Suitehearts, and Dance, Dance.

The director has worked with world-renowned artists Janelle Monae, Solange, John Legend, Jay Z, Katy Perry, Fall Out Boy, Chris Cornell, The Academy Is. Likely, he has also worked for Panic! At The Disco, Jill Scott, Jidenna, and also following Logic X Marshmellow, Jewel, Tiesto, and many others.

Furthermore, he collaborated with Solange on her album “A Seat At The Table” including the videos for her new album and the film “When I Get Home”. Also, he directed a commercial for Nissan Rogue (featuring fashion designer Sheila Rashid) for Black History Month.

Alan has featured Southern University’s Human Jukebox marching band and Fabulous Dancing Dolls in one of his new music video for Lizzo’s hit “Good As Hell”.

He also won the BET Award for Video Director of The Year that he won for directing the song titled Party of Beyonce.

Alan Ferguson: Salary, Net Worth

Alan has a net worth of around $3 million. His source of income is from his directing videos.

Moreover, his ex-wife Solange has a net worth of around $9 million.

Alan Ferguson: Rumor, Controversy

This star maintained a low profile life and so he has maintained a distance from appearing in any kind of rumors and controversy until now.

Body Measurement: Height, Weight

Alan Ferguson stands with a height of 5 ft 8 inches (175 cm). Likely, his weight is 74 kg(163.14 lbs).

This director has black hair with dark brown colored eyes. He usually likes to have a long grown black beard.

Social Media

Alan doesn’t seem to be active on different social media sites like Instagram, Twitter, Youtube, or Facebook.


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