The high-caliber talk show of the greatly-celebrated motivational speaker and television personality Paul Amadeus Lane, “Spot Light’s on You,” will be featuring Pakistani actor and voiceover talent Syed Ahad Hussain for an episode. The segment will air on December 8, 2020, at 10 AM (PST) on ABC NEWS Radio Kmet 1.
Fans know film professional and brand ambassador Syed best for his work in Turkish television. While a celebrity in his hometown, the Pakistani talent has spent the last few years widening his horizon. Consequently, Syed Ahad Hussain has started to grow a Western fanbase as he continues to penetrate the US entertainment industry. A man of many talents, Syed has had several years of training and exposure in film and television projects worldwide. Some of his works have reached audiences in countries like the United Kingdom, China, Japan, France, and Germany, to name a few.
In recent times, Syed received the invitation to interview with motivational speaker and inspirational personality Paul Amadeus Lane. The speaker has inspired thousands of people all across America with his story. At the age of twenty-two, Paul Lane got into a tragic multi-car collision that landed him in the hospital. He stayed bedridden for eight months until he miraculously recovered. Since then, Paul has conquered all odds and built a thriving life by speaking to multitudes on overcoming seemingly insurmountable difficulties.
The talk show host has interviewed several greats, including people like Dr. Maya Angelou, Patrick Dempsey, Boris Kodjoe, California Atty. Gen. Kamala Harris, California Lieut. Gov. Gavin Newsom, Megan McCain, Tommy Davidson, Lee Deewyze, Isaiah Washington, Noah Wyle, Chubby Checker, Hill Harper, George Duke, and many more. Most recently, Erica Michaels, the media coordinator of the show, reached out to Syed Ahad Hussain to give the film personality the honor of joining the show’s star-studded roster of guests.
As a professional actor who has polished his craft, Syed maintains that he had to make sacrifices to get to where he is. He spent years training in countries like Pakistan, UAE, and the United States to develop his craft. Syed also spent many years in Europe, traveling and learning until he would create a brand of his own.
Syed has played many notable roles, including playing the character Blayer Davis in The 99, for the Geo Television in 2011, which was an animated series by David David Osborne. It aired all across the UAE, United Kingdom, and Canada. The actor also flourished in stage performances in Minnesota such as 44 Plays 44 President FDR “Franklin Delano Roosevelt.” He also played as a Tax Officer Henderson in You Can’t Take It With You. Syed initially started his career in high-ranking Turkish plays like Medcezir, where Syed played the character of Barış Alpayku. He also starred in En Güzel Hikayem and Yaprak Dökümü, which was an award-winning Turkish television series.
He is always thankful to God for his benevolent guidance and for the support of his loving and devoted mother Shamim Arshad, and his late father, Syed Arshad Hussain. He is very thankful for his graceful parents and siblings. He says that his deeply rooted parents and their graceful, positive parenting was a huge privilege for his and his siblings’ success and careers. He additionally says that he is full of zest for his family and friends. Since he is not active on social media, he says that on every cultural occasion. He also misses his hometown and his childhood buddies.
Syed’s highlighting some of the latest content in his show segment like (1) picking the method of international distribution and (2) how the different continents on this planet use dubbing or subtitling in the top 5 film industries, which includes Europe, North and South America, Asia, Africa, and Australia.
The third is walking for a charitable cause: for the Dysonna Endowment Scholarship, especially for needy and homeless people, as a fashion brand ambassador model. The fourth is the productions and progress for his NGO Movement for Homeless Globally, especially in this COVID-19 pandemic.Syed’s interview on “Spot Light’s on You” will also appear on streaming platforms Roku and Amazon Prime after December 8. To learn more about Syed Ahad Hussain, visit his IMDB profile.