|Occupation||Actor, television spokesperson|
Alan Sader (born February 12, 1940) is an American TV, film, and stage actor. He is perhaps best known for being the television spokesperson for ChildFund International (formerly Christian Children's Fund), an international child sponsorship charity, a post he has held since 1992.
Sader has appeared in numerous television shows such as Dawson's Creek, Legacy and Matlock. Locally in Virginia, Sader has also appeared in TV commercials for companies such as Farm Fresh Supermarkets and Haynes Furniture.
- Finnegan Begin Again (1985) – Convention Drunk
- Marie: A True Story (1985) – Professor
- King Kong Lives (1986) – 1st Faculty Doctor
- CBS Schoolbreak Special (TV), episode "Never Say Goodbye" (1988) – Dr. Hildebrand
- Lincoln (aka Gore Vidal's Lincoln, 1988 TV miniseries) – Sickles
- The Ryan White Story (TV, 1989) – Reverend Williams
- Unspeakable Acts (1990) – Judge Newman
- Nightmare in Columbia County (alternate title: Victim of Beauty: The Dawn Smith Story — TV, 1991) – Prosecutor
- The Prince Of Tides (1991) – Spencer Richardson
- Labor of Love: The Arlette Schweitzer Story (1993) – Dr. Howard Gilroy
- CBS Schoolbreak Special (TV), episode "If I Die Before I Wake" (1993) – Minister
- Taking Liberty (1993)
- Bionic Ever After? (1994) – John MacNamara
- Assault at West Point: The Court-Martial of Johnson Whittaker (1994) – Colonel Lugenbeel
- Murderous Intent (1995) – Dr. Halprin
- Tad (TV film about Tad Lincoln, 1995) – Cameron
- Twisted Desire (1996) – Judge
- Spirit Lost (1997) - Randolph Smythe
- Stonebrook (1999) – Mathis
- Something the Lord Made (2004) – Hecker's Crony
- Evan Almighty (2007) – Congressperson
- Lincoln (2012 film directed by Steven Spielberg) – Sergeant-at-Arms
- Best Actor, Richmond Theatre Critics' Circle Awards, King Lear, Quill Theatre – Richmond Shakespeare Festival, 2011.
- "Theatre Review: American Buffalo by John Porter 10/22/2015". Ideastations.org / WCVE. Retrieved 2017-07-21.
- TV spots for ChildFund International at ispot.tv featuring Alan Sader
- "Actor Finds Way to Stay in Limelight", Daily Press (Virginia), Oct. 16, 1991
- "Richmond theatre: Two tie for best-musical award". Richmond Times-Dispatch. Retrieved 2016-04-26.