Entrepreneur... Show Producer... Visionary...

Norbert Aleman wears a myriad of hats, which thanks to his unique body of talents, are always filled to the brim with successful projects and new concepts and fresh ideas.   Beginning his show business career in the 60’s as bodyguard for French singing sensation Johnny Hallyday, the Algerian-born French-bred Aleman went on to become a stuntman in European films. From there, he forayed behind-the-scenes, managing up-and-coming French singers and producing and promoting their record tours throughout Europe, Asia, and Australia. He moved to Hollywood in 1979 but when a fire destroyed his home, he ended up relocating to Las Vegas, where he produced the first African-American beauty pageant called “Miss Galaxy” as well as fashion shows. Ironically, Las Vegas would turn out to be a prime runway to his future success. But Atlantic City beckoned first. In the early 80’s Aleman was approached by the Tropicana to produce shows for the resort hotel. He presented a series of popular revues as well as bringing in headliners, making a huge impact on the new East Coast gambling mecca. Then, in 1984, he produced “an Evening at La Cage” at Bally’s Park Place and the show ended up running for 12 years. When he then started producing revues for Trump Castle, he became the only producer at that time to have four shows running simultaneously in Atlantic City. Meanwhile back in Las Vegas, in 1985 Aleman opened “An Evening at La Cage” starring Frank Marino at the Riviera and then a year later debuted “Crazy Girls,” at the hotel. The shows have become two of Las Vegas’ longest running revues, making their mark on Las Vegas entertainment history. Recently “Crazy Girls” has moved to Planet Hollywood where it is now the longest running burlesque show in America.  Highlighting that fact, Aleman created his first independent feature film, “Crazy Girls Undercover,” playing on Showtime, Netflix, and On Demand. No one can dispute that it’s hats off to Norbert Aleman.