Dec. 8th, 1968
Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, USA
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Wayne has been a working actor for over 20 years, mainly starring on the legit stage, and lives in South Florida.
He appeared in The Rise of David Levinsky (New Vista Theatre Company), as Ralph in A Christmas Story at the Maltz Jupiter (directed by BT McNicholl), as Ben Hecht in Moonlight and Magnolias (Actors' Playhouse), in I Love You Because (Actors' Playhouse) and in FL Studio Theatre's production of The Big Bang. In 2002 he won both the Carbonell award and Curtain Up Award for Best Actor in a Musical for his portrayal of Sylvia St. Croix in Ruthless! (Hollywood Playhouse). Previously, he won the Carbonell for Best Supporting Actor in a Play for Stanley in Broadway Bound (Royal Palm DT), and has been nominated for four others. Wayne has been a working actor for over 20 years and has also appeared in Seaside Music Theatre's classic The Royal Family, David H. Bell's and Craig Carnelia's play with music The Good War at the Maltz Jupiter, The Boys Next Door (Palm Beach Dramaworks), The Water Coolers (Actors' Playhouse), Closer Than Ever, the world premiere of Beau Jest: The Musical (Hollywood Playhouse), A New Brain (Curtain Up Nomination - Mosaic Theatre), I Love You, You're Perfect, Now Change (Foothills Theatre in Worcester, MA), Zombie Prom (Acting Studio Stage Company), Apartment 3A (Acting Studio Stage Company), Pageant (Cuillo Theatre), and Proposals (Actors' Playhouse).
Regional: Rags (Paper Mill and Coconut Grove Playhouses), The Rothschilds (Coconut Grove), I Love You, You're Perfect, Now Change, Angry Housewives, and Drood! (Carbonell nominations - Actors' Playhouse), The Affections of May and Over the River and Through the Woods (FL Repertory Theatre), Adam Baum and The Jew Movie and Arms and the Man (GableStage), The Goodbye Girl, The Fantasticks and Chaplin (World Premiere - Carbonell nomination - Shores Theatre), Corpse!, Funny Money, Laughter on the 23rd Floor, A Thousand Clowns, Man of LaMancha, and The Odd Couple (Actors' Playhouse), Angels in America, Love! Valour! Compassion!, and The Woman in Black (New Theatre), Lend Me Tenor (Ring Theatre and Alhambra DT), and Dark at the Top of the Stairs and Company (Caldwell Theatre). International tour: West Side Story (Asia Theatricals).
Film: Cream Pies, Chapter Zero, Michael Kael in Katango, Liberty Brief and Another Openin'. TV: "Sins of the City" (USA), "Body Story II" (Discovery) and scores of Industrial videos.
Wayne was classically trained at New York's National Shakespeare Conservatory. He is a private acting coach and teacher, and also serves on Equity's National Council.
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