Actor's School USA
TV Star, Actor, Director, Producer - Alan Dysert has over 30 years in the entertainment industry. He has helped over 3,000 students reach their potential.

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“Alan loves the craft of on-camera acting and it shows in the way he works with students. His passion – coupled with his professionalism, talent and expertise – makes him the ideal teacher for beginners and veterans alike.

He’s also a kind mentor who cares greatly about his students’ development and well-being. I remember his classes fondly, and I learned a great deal from them. When I stepped in front of a camera after that, I did so with confidence thanks to Alan’s guidance.”

-Evans Donnell
Stage Critic for The Tennessean
Actor : “The People vs. Larry Flynt” “False Prophets” ” Unsolved Mysteries”

Film:
Hunger Games – Lionsgate
Country Strong – Screen Gems
Bolt – Walt Disney
Mean Girls 2- Paramount Famous Productions
Last Song – TouchstoneWalt Disney
LOL – Lionsgate
Beyond Reasonable Doubt – Anchor Bay
So Undercover – Weinstein
Percy Jackson –20th Century Fox
Talladega Nights – Columbia Pictures
The Guardian- Disney/ Beacon
Big Momma’s House 2 –20th Century Fox
Elizabethtown- Paramount
The People vs. Larry Flynt- Columbia Tri-Star
The Grift- Rally Hill/ Hemisphere
Big Fish – Columbia Pictures
Keeping Up With The Steins – Miramax
Win A Date With Tad Hamilton – DreamWorks
The Last Castle – DreamWorks
Save The Last Dance – Paramount
The Green Mile – Warner Bros.
Last Dance – Touchstone
Heavyweights – Walt Disney
Coach Carter – Paramount and MTV Films
Bachelorman – Films On Tap
U.S. Marshalls – Warner Bros.
Groundhog Day – Columbia Pictures
Unconditional Love – New Line
Charlie’s Wars
Full Frontal – Miramax
Stuey
Colored Eggs
The Ghost Club – Hemisphere
Undercover Kids – Hemisphere
One Of Them – Hemisphere
Dutch – 20th Century
Looking For Lola
Tuck Everlasting – Walt Disney
Sticky Fingers
Buying The Cow


Television:

A.N.T. Farm – Disney GLEE – 20th Century Fox Television
iCarly – Nickelodeon
Necessary Roughness- USA Network
Nashville- ABC
Christmas Cupid – ABC Family
Treme – HBO
Let It Shine – Disney
So Random- Disney
Days of Our Lives- NBC
The Middle – Warner Bros. Television
24 – FOX
ER – NBC
Two and a Half Men – CBS
Becker – CBS
The Weber Show – NBC
Diagnosis Murder – CBS
Early Edition – CBS
The Disappearing Boy – NBC
Missing Persons – ABC
Tough Target – ABC
Angel Street – CBS
Amphibian – PBS
The Pretender – NBC
Passions – NBC
Young and the Restless – CBS
Sunset Beach – NBC
Days of Our Lives – NBC
18 Wheels of Justice
Gilmore Girls – Warner Bros
Christie
X’s and O’s
America’s Dumbest Criminals
Hannah Montana – Disney Channel
ER – NBC
Rodney- ABC/ Touchstone
Doc – PAX
Boston Legal – ABC/ 20th CenturyFox
Freddie -series ABC- Warner Bros.
Growing Pains: Return of the Seavers -TV Movie- ABC
Sheena – Columbia Tri-Star
Power Rangers Time Force – Fox Kid’s Network

“I remember seeing in one of the newspapers an advertisement for Alan Dysert’s acting classes. Acting has always been a love and hobby of mine, so I quickly signed up. I was very pleased when I walked into the classroom. Alan is a wonderful guy and teacher. Between the fellow actors and Alan it was a great, safe environment to tap into the craft of acting. I experienced a teacher who encouraged me in my efforts. He is someone who provides feedback, without putting his students down. That is very important to students who want to grow and learn. “

“Not even realizing it, my co-workers noticed a positive change in my confidence that took place while studying with Alan. About a year later, I decided to head out to Los Angeles and give “it” a shot. Within months of being a background actor, AKA an Extra, I was able to join SAG. Shortly after that, I landed a stand-in job on Gilmore Girls. I’ve been working on this show for the last 7 seasons. During the course of that time, I have been given three “5 & Under” roles on the show. Alan and his class built up the passion and paved the path for me to pursuit a life in Hollywood. Regardless of how far I do or do not go in this industry, I’ll always be grateful for him and his class. “

– Inger Jackson


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