Veteran stuntman, stunt coordinator and second unit director whose Hollywood career spanned four decades. Wyatt started out as a stunt double for Jon Hall in "The Last of the Redmen" (a 1946 adaptation of James Fenimore Cooper's "The Last of the Mohicans") and went on to stand in for such performers as Randolph Scott, Joel McCrea, Errol Flynn, Buddy Ebsen and George Montgomery.
As a stunt coordinator, Wyatt worked primarily on Western and action movies such as Blake Edwards' "The Wild Rovers" (1971), "Dirty Mary Crazy Larry" (1974), "Duel at Diablo" (1966), "Valdez is Coming" (1971), "The Long Ride Home/A Time for Killing" (1967) and "Heaven With a Gun" (1969). His TV credits include "The Streets of San Francisco", "Barnaby Jones" and "The Quest". Wyatt's last feature credits include Amy Heckerling's "Fast Times at Ridgemont High" (1982) and Steven Spielberg's "E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial" (1982). His son, Allan Jr., is also a stunt coordinator.