Then: Alton was the violin-playing momma's boy who turned out to be a major player in Vegas. He had a torrid on-again, off-again relationship with roommate Irulan.
Now: He has just recently retained a manager and an agent with the hopes of breaking into Hollywood.
Relationships: Irulan dumped her boyfriend Gabe and she and Alton both moved to Hollywood together. The two are inseparable and even share the same cell phone.
Best Known For: His giant schlong and for maybe having a threesome in Australia. He's the only one who will ever really know the truth about that.
The Inferno 3
Alton found love on his original season with fellow roommate Irulan. They stuck together like glue through the original original Gauntlet but parted ways shortly before The Gauntlet 2, where he rebounded with fellow Rookie, Jodi. This violin-playing muscleman has proven himself to be a freakishly strong competitor by making it to the final mission on The Gauntlet and winning The Gauntlet 2 on the Rookie team. He was The Gauntlet 2 Rookie team captain and totally unbeatable in the Gauntlet. Will Alton bring his super-human strength to the Inferno?
Battle of the Seasons (2012)
Las Vegas is this season's wild card, as Challenge veterans Trishelle and Alton of The Real World: Las Vegas pair with Back to Las Vegas'sNany and Dustin to form the only team combining two casts. While other teams deal with old grudges, Las Vegas's lack of history could work out in their favor. "A lot of other teams can't stand each other. We're starting fresh," Nany explains. Although Trishelle and Alton are the oldest competitors in the game, their confidence hasn't waned a bit. Trishelle's skills as a professional poker player will be valuable when it comes to game strategy, while Alton remains a physical threat in any challenge. He boasts, "I feel like I'm actually in the best shape of my life, ever. I feel like Alton 2.0." Rookie Nany hopes to prove herself as one of the game's fiercest female players and after being sidelined with a knee injury in Battle of the Exes, Dustin hopes not only to bring home a win, but to finally "put a ring on it" when it comes to former castmate Heather, confessing, "I live with the girl I love now and the only thing left to do is get the ring. This is a real love and I'm ready to make the commitment." Team Las Vegas has all the elements to be a major threat, but with four dynamic personalities involved, could this team's emotional highs and lows be their downfall?