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Alex Wyse
Alex Wyse
OccupationActor
Years active2010-present
Home townBeachwood, Ohio

Alex Wyse is an American stage and screen actor, writer, and producer. He is best known for playing Kyle in Marvel's Iron Fist, Saul Feinberg in The Bold and the Beautiful,[1] and Georg Zirschnitz in the 2015 Deaf West Broadway revival of Spring Awakening.

Early life

Wyse grew up in Cleveland, Ohio where he graduated from Beachwood High School, and later graduated from Boston University with a degree in theatre.[2]

Career

On television, Wyse has appeared in multiple roles since 2010 including Bored to Death, Switched at Birth, The Bold and the Beautiful, Marvel's Iron Fist, and Masters of Sex.[3] On film, he appeared opposite America Ferrera in X/Y.

With Wesley Taylor, he co-created, wrote, directed, and starred in the web series Indoor Boys.[4] To date, it has been nominated for eighteen Indie Series Awards and won six, including Best Web Series - Comedy, Best Writing - Comedy, and Best Lead Actor - Comedy for Wyse.[5]

In theater, he performed in various regional productions[6] before making his Broadway debut in Lysistrata Jones, which ran at the Walter Kerr Theatre from 2011 to 2012.[7] Also on Broadway, he played schoolboy Georg Zirschnitz in the Deaf West Theatre's production of Spring Awakening,[8] and in 2018, he joined the musical Waitress, as Ogie.

Off-Broadway, he has been seen in Lysistrata Jones, Triassic Parq, Bare, and Ride the Cyclone.[9]. In 2013-2014, he toured with the national company of Wicked, playing the role of Boq.[2] And in 2015, he appeared opposite Evan Rachel Wood and Rumer Willis in For the Record: Dear John Hughes in Los Angeles.[10][11]

He also co-produced the Broadway transfer of Heidi Schreck's play What the Constitution Means to Me, which opened at the Helen Hayes Theater on March 31, 2019.[12]

Theatre credits

Year Production Role Category Location Notes
2009 Speech & Debate Solomon Regional The Lyric Stage Company of Boston
2009-2010 Lost In Yonkers Jay Regional Maltz Jupiter Theatre, Cleveland Play House, Paper Mill Playhouse
2011 Lysistrata Jones Cinesias Off-Broadway Judson Memorial Church
2011-12 Broadway Walter Kerr Theatre December 14, 2011 - January 8, 2012
2012 Triassic Parq Velociraptor of Innocence Off-Broadway Soho Playhouse
2012-2013 Bare Alan/Peter Understudy Off-Broadway New World Stages
2013-2014 Wicked Boq Tour Munchkinland Tour
2015 Spring Awakening Georg Zirschnitz Los Angeles Wallis Annenberg Center May 21, 2015 to June 14, 2015
2015-16 Broadway Brooks Atkinson Theatre September 27, 2015 - January 24, 2016
2016 Ride the Cyclone Ricky Potts Off-Broadway Lucille Lortel Theater November 9, 2016 - December 18, 2016
2018 Waitress Ogie Broadway Brooks Atkinson Theatre October 9, 2018 - December 9, 2018[13]
2019 What the Constitution Means to Me co-producer Broadway Helen Hayes Theater March 31, 2019 - ?
2019 The Flamingo Kid Hawk World Premiere Hartford Stage May 9, 2019 - June 9, 2019[14]

Filmography

Year Title Role Type Notes
2010 Primetime: What Would You Do? Son TV Series One Episode
2010-11 Bored to Death Steven TV Series Four Episodes
2013 Nikki & Sara Live Intern #1 TV Series One Episode
2014 It Could Be Worse George TV Mini-Series One Episode
2014 X/Y Sam Film
2014 Masters of Sex Elliot TV Series Three Episodes
2014 Bad Judge Bobby TV Series One Episode
2014 A to Z Jordan TV Series One Episode
2015 Modern Family Sales Associate TV Series One Episode
2015 Switched at Birth Howie TV Series Two Episodes
2015 Agent X Harold Hellman TV Series One Episode
2017-18 The Bold and the Beautiful Saul Feinberg Soap opera 66 Episodes
2017 Marvel's Iron Fist Kyle TV Series Four Episodes
2017-18 Indoor Boys Nate Web Series Sixteen Episodes
2017 Dating My Mother Mark Film
2017 NCIS: Los Angeles[15] Simon Atwater TV Series One Episode
2018 Only Children[16] Cooper Web Series Six Episodes

Awards and Nominations

Year Award Category Work Result Ref.
2009 Elliot Norton Award Outstanding Ensemble Speech & Debate Nominated [17]
2015 Ovation Award Acting Ensemble of a Musical Spring Awakening Won [18]
2016 Astaire Award Outstanding Ensemble Spring Awakening Nominated [19]
2018 Indie Series Award Best Actor - Comedy Indoor Boys Won [20]
2018 Indie Series Award Best Series - Comedy Indoor Boys Nominated [20]
2019 Indie Series Award Best Actor - Comedy Indoor Boys Nominated [20]
2019 Indie Series Award Best Supporting Actor - Drama Only Children Won [20]
2019 Indie Series Award Best Writing - Comedy Indoor Boys Won [20]
2019 Indie Series Award Best Series - Comedy Indoor Boys Won [20]
2019 Outer Critics Circle Best Play What the Constitution Means to Me Nominated [21]
2019 Drama Desk Award Best Play What the Constitution Means to Me Nominated [22]

References

  1. ^ "Spring Awakening on Broadway - Information, Cast, Crew, Synopsis and Photos - Playbill Vault". www.playbillvault.com. Retrieved .
  2. ^ a b "'Wicked' actor Alex Wyse got his start in Cleveland's rich and vibrant theatrical scene: Kristel's CLE video". cleveland.com. 2013-12-12. Retrieved .
  3. ^ "'The Bold and the Beautiful' Introduces a New Generation of Spectras". TVSource Magazine. 2017-01-31. Retrieved .
  4. ^ Wong, Curtis M. (2018-06-25). "The 'Indoor Boys' Escape To New York In Season 2 Of Acclaimed Series". Huffington Post. Retrieved .
  5. ^ "Wicked's Alex Wyse Wins Indie Series Award for Indoor Boys | Playbill". Playbill. 2018-04-05. Retrieved .
  6. ^ Keddy, Genevieve Rafter. "Photo Coverage: LOST IN YONKERS Opens at Paper Mill Playhouse". BroadwayWorld.com. Retrieved .
  7. ^ "Lysistrata Jones on Broadway - Information, Cast, Crew, Synopsis and Photos - Playbill Vault". www.playbillvault.com. Retrieved .
  8. ^ "Spring Awakening on Broadway". Spring Awakening on Broadway. Retrieved .
  9. ^ "New Musical Ride the Cyclone Opens Tonight | Playbill". Playbill. 2016-11-30. Retrieved .
  10. ^ "For the Record Live - Theatrical Concert Experience".
  11. ^ Purcell, Carey (January 27, 2015). "Evan Rachel Wood Joins Rumer Willis to Celebrate 30th Anniversary of 'The Breakfast Club' in Dear John Hughes". Playbill. Retrieved .
  12. ^ "Alex Wyse - Broadway Cast & Staff | IBDB". www.ibdb.com. Retrieved .
  13. ^ "Alex Wyse and Lenne Klingaman Join Broadway's Waitress October 9 | Playbill". Playbill. 2018-10-09. Retrieved .
  14. ^ Gans, Andrew (2019-04-02). "Lesli Margherita, Marc Kudisch, More Will Join Jimmy Brewer in Hartford Stage's The Flamingo Kid". Playbill. Retrieved .
  15. ^ "Alex Wyse on IMdB".
  16. ^ Wong, Curtis M. (2018-09-05). "'Only Children' Takes Hilarious (And Heartfelt) Look At Chosen Family". Huffington Post. Retrieved .
  17. ^ Hetrick, Adam (2009-05-11). "2009 Elliot Norton Awards Presented May 11". Playbill. Retrieved .
  18. ^ Gambino, Robert Viagas,Joe (2015-11-10). "Spring Awakening Wins Six L.A. Ovation Awards". Playbill. Retrieved .
  19. ^ "2016 Astaire Award Winners Announced | TheaterMania". www.theatermania.com. Retrieved .
  20. ^ a b c d e f "INDIE SERIES AWARDS". INDIE SERIES AWARDS. Retrieved .
  21. ^ Clement, Olivia (2019-04-23). "Hadestown Leads 2019 Outer Critics Circle Nominations". Playbill. Retrieved .
  22. ^ McPhee, Ryan (2019-04-25). "Nominations for the 2019 Drama Desk Awards Announced; Oklahoma!, Tootsie, Rags Parkland Lead the Pack". Playbill. Retrieved .

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