Wayne appeared in a number of NY theatre performances in the 1970s through the 1990s. He’s probably best known for playing a “G-man” in the 1971 Broadway revival of “You Can’t Take it With You”, that was produced as a Great Performances episode.
Careful Google Search’s reveal appearances both off-Broadway and in regional theatre.
He transitioned to an off-Broadway Stage Manager for a number of productions at Theatre Four: Sally, Prince, and In an Upstate Motel, and acted in Burner’s Frolic in 1990, his last appearance on the Internet.
|Stage Manager||In the House of Blues||1985-86 Season|
|Actor||Section D||1975-76 Season|