About Coach Sean Brosnan
Educated in England at the top British boarding school, Millfield and graduated with Honors. Sean went onto receive a bachelors in English literature at the Royal School of Speech and Drama. He is currently completing his Masters in Clinical Psychology and has been a Professional Life Coach for the past six years working with the worlds top athletes, models, musicians, CEOs and actors.
Sean has seen his success as a professional actor in theatre, film and TV. At the age of 21 Sean was cast as Romeo in Shakespeares Romeo and Juliet with the prestigious British Shakespeare Company. He toured Europe for a full year before heading off to South Africa for 8 months to star in HBOs GENERATION KILL which was nominated for 11 emmys. Sean has starred in over a dozen feature films alongside some of Hollywoods biggest icons.
Sean is a professional writer having penned, produced and sold numerous screenplays whilst simultaneously raising millions of dollars for production. Sean made his directorial debut in 2016 with the adaptation of the prolific 18th century play by J.M. Synge titled Playboy of the Western World. Sean currently writes for Talk House Magazine and is finishing a Novel that recounts his wayward youth and a car accident that stopped his heart twice and forced Sean to learn how to walk again.
Losing both his mother and sister to ovarian cancer, Sean has experienced firsthand the perils of tragedy and grief. Since then hes devoted much of his time to helping those in need working as a sober companion, a fearless advocate for intervention and a grief and loss aid. Sean has been in the world of recovery for the past ten years and still helps those who struggle with trauma and addiction to find their success, balance and inner peace. He is also one of the founders of The Oasis Malibu sober living.
Sean is happily married to his life partner and friend Sanja Banic, a successful personal trainer and nutritionist. They have a beautiful three year old daughter and live in the mountains of Malibu.
Sean firmly believes that a life of meaning is more powerful than a life of expediency, and that a life of purpose can overcome any adversity.