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Next On “The A List”: Dylan Kussman

Dylan Kussman
Dylan Kussman

Dylan Kussman is an actor, screenwriter, musician, filmmaker and teacher.

He may be best known for his breakout role as Richard Cameron in the 1989 classic film, "Dead Poets Society” - but with more than four decades in entertainment under his belt, this Los Angeles native has amassed an impressive array of credits.

Now, Dylan lives and works right here in Chattanooga, where he's lending his talents to a thriving arts community.

On Thursday night at 8:30 PM, Dylan is the next guest on “The A List with Alison Lebovitz” from our public media partner WTCI PBS.

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