Over 20 million people in the United States know Alan Dysert as Sean Cudahy from the ABC soap opera, All My Children. Alan’s five year portrayal of that devious yet humorous cad landed Alan on the cover of People magazine and made him a regular guest on such shows as Regis and Kathie Lee, Sally Jessy Raphael, The Merv Griffin Show, and a co-host of The Mike Douglas Show.
Alan has also been seen nationwide on prime time television, in film, and in national commercials. His commercial credits include Toyota, Chrysler, Atari, and others.
Alan produced and hosted the six-part series, Behind the Scenes at All My Children. He wrote, produced, and directed two-hour multimedia shows for The Ronnie Milsap Theater and The Lee Greenwood Theater.
He produced the critically acclaimed Home to the Ryman for the Holidays featuring Martina McBride, Emmylou Harris, Steve Wariner, and others.
His production credits also include The
Ghost Club (executive producer), One
of Them (executive producer), and Undercover
Kids (associate producer). Insiders know Alan as the acting coach for Nashville’s top recording artists.
Though he’s earned a Mass Communications degree from the University of Illinois, it’s Alan’s unique ability to carry those communication skills he’s learned as a performer, teacher and producer into the business world that has made him a highly sought after speaker, image consultant, and trainer of executives, sales teams, attorneys and professional speakers.
Alan is very passionate about his “Fight the Fear” program, developed to help individuals overcome their fear of speaking and performing in public. Alan is dedicated to encouraging others to take risks and overcome fears like those he fought for years.