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Alex Wyse

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Rewind to 2017: Emmy Winner and Ex Sal, Alex Wyse

Bold and Beautiful Rewind

He played the newer Sal when the Spectras were brought back to The Bold and the Beautiful. He has since gone on to a success career as an Acotr, Writer, and Producer! Alex Wyse!


30 Jul 2021

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Ep 21 - Alex Wyse: "I Was Born on a Misty Tuesday"

NOW WE'RE TALKING with Drew Gasparini

My heart filled up like a pinata when I sat down for this chat. Alex Wyse is a good friend, and sure, we love him for his theatre performances in shows such as off-Broadway's "Triassic Parq" and Broadway shows such as "Lysistrata Jones" and Deaf West's revival of "Spring Awakening" but I bet you'd never guess that his grandmother was responsible for some of today's most popular advertising slogans? We are all hip to the fact that Alex and Wes Taylor co-created and star in the ground-breaking, Emmy nominated comedy called "The Indoor Boys" but did you know that Andrew Kober was the Mr. Bumble to his Oliver back in Ohio??? How hilarious is that?!?! Not only is he an amazing writer, actor, and Tony nominated producer, he is a tremendous musician and singer and you can even here Alex sing my song "Right Here" from my album I COULD USE A DRINK! One thing I know for sure is that Alex is a multi-hyphenate bad ass who never stops! So tune in and turn it the hell up, Alex Wyse is in the house! Keep up with everything he has going on by following him on Twitter @alexwyse and Instagram @alexjwyseHEY, while you’re at it, don't be afraid to RATE AND SUBSCRIBE!Follow Drew Gasparini: Twitter @DrewGasparini Instagram @DrewGasparini TikTok @theDrewGasparini For more info on this podcast, visit bpn.fm/NWTA Proud Member of Broadway Podcast Network. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices


21 May 2021

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Ep39 - LIVE: INDOOR BOYS - Alex Wyse, Wesley Taylor, Carolee Carmello, & Veanne Cox

Josh Swallows Broadway

Originally aired as a BPN Live event on April 2020. Watch the original video here https://youtu.be/_cHc447RxMk.Produced by Alan Seales and Elizabeth Wheless.A proud member of the Broadway Podcast Network. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

1hr 6mins

31 Mar 2021

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#40 - Alex Wyse: "Oh, the Humanity!"

Dear Multi-hyphenate

“I don’t feel good about myself in the day unless I’m making something.” This inspiring and hysterical episode is just two gay, Jewish boys kibbitzing about our trajectories in the theatre while breaking down stereotypes and expectations. If you’re a fan of the hit web series Indoor Boys, breaking heteronormitve barriers, selling projects, and… The Hindenburg… then this episode is for you. Alex Wyse is an accomplished actor in tv/film and Broadway who not only performs, but his hyphens also include writer, director, and producer. From his earliest memories of being an aspiring child magician, he realized he too can also write a song, write plays, and create. After a college experience that was less than favorable, he began to write on his own work out of necessity.Like many multi-hyphenates, Alex also ran into the statement many people tell us - which is, “You have to pick one thing.” Together, Michael and Alex break down the idea of why picking one art form is outdated and, quite frankly, not helpful. The world today is more receptive to the multi-hyphenate than ever before, but people do still believe artists have to be stuck in the binary. How can your art defy genre and expectations? Alex and writing/directing partner Wes Taylor have also struck gold. Together, they wrote an Emmy Nominated character in their webseries Indoor Boys, which Michael produced. Telling stories that influence change, no matter how big or small, is what Alex is about. Through whatever his hyphen, Alex wants to give space to people to tell the stories they are meant to tell. This episode was recorded on the day a straight actor was nominated for a Golden Globe for portraying a gay man, which infuriates Alex and goes against what Alex stands for. Alex says, “The way I can be a social advocate is through my writing.”Alex Wyse is an actor, writer, director, and producer. He co-created the digital series “Indoor Boys,” which was nominated for an Emmy Award, won twelve Indie Series Awards, and was acquired by Here TV. He has been seen on Broadway in Waitress, Spring Awakening, Lysistrata Jones, on Tour in Wicked, off Broadway in Ride the Cyclone, Bare, and Triassic Parq, and regionally at Hartford Stage, Deaf West, Paper Mill Playhouse, Cleveland Play House, Maltz Jupiter Theatre, Huntington Theatre Company, and more. He’s been seen on TV in “Iron Fist,” “Masters of Sex,” “NCIS: LA,” “The Bold and the Beautiful,” “Modern Family,” “Agent X,” “Bad Judge,” “A to Z,” “Switched at Birth,” and “Bored to Death,” and on film in X/Y and Dating My Mother. He co-produced What the Constitution Means to Me on Broadway and on Tour. BFA: Boston University.In the segment You Got A Question? Michael features a question from Heather A., who asks if her daughter should go to college for theatre and what is the difference between a BA and a BFA?Connect with Michael: @themichaelkushner (IG and TikTok) @dearmultihyphenate (IG) www.michaelkushneronline.com Produced by Alan Seales and the Broadway Podcast Network. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices


17 Mar 2021

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No Fly Show Holiday Special (w/ Brita Filter, Ben Fankhauser, Alex Wyse, Olivia Puckett, Melanie Brook & Tammy Spanx)

Slumber Party with Tim Murray

I assembled some of my favorite guests for an "Elpha-besties" episode. Ben Fankhauser & Alex Wyse talk about growing up together doing theatre in Ohio & the old man characters they played at 15. Olivia Puckett & Melanie Brook talk about their fave slumber party movies & Brita Filter & Tammy Spanx tell us about the slumber party they were having when they found out about the Sherry Pie scandal before it made headlines!For Bonus interviews or to support this podcast: www.patreon.com/TMurray06


3 Jan 2021

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Light in the Pi-arty (w/ Alex Wyse)

Slumber Party with Tim Murray

Alex Wyse of Deaf West's Production of Spring Awakening on Broadway, The Bold and The Beautiful, Iron Fist, and the award-winning series The Indoor Boys stops by for a slumber party! This one is a doozy of laughs. We get into the spooky scary movies to watch this Halloween season, our all-time favorite award show speeches, our incredible drama club performances in high school, and how to create your own work. http://www.patreon.com/Tmurray06@AlexWyse @TMurray06

1hr 8mins

18 Oct 2020

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Alex Wyse

Thanks For Coming In

Alex Wyse talks about his time on “The Bold and The Beautiful”,  being in Deaf West’s production of “Spring Awakening” on Broadway, creating his own content, and shares an embarrassing audition story for the books!       Please make a donation (if you can) by visiting this link and see how you can help: https://blacklivesmatters.carrd.co/    Follow the show on social media!   Instagram: https://instagram.com/thanksforcominginpodcast/    Twitter: https://twitter.com/tfci_podcast    Facebook: http://facebook.com/thanksforcominginpodcast/     Theme Music by Andrew Skrabutenas


13 Aug 2020

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#8 - Alex Wyse: The Decimation of the Spirit: A Fireside Chat with Alex Wyse

Gettin Peggy Wit It

He’s been in so many flops, yet hasn’t lost his affable blond Eeyore sensibility! His laugh is just adorable. And he’s pals with Carolee Carmelo, so he must have some good qualities.Follow me on IG: @greetingsitspeggy & @morganajamesProduced & edited by Ellyn Marie Marsh & Alan SealesPart of the Broadway Podcast Network. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices


28 May 2020

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Alex Wyse

The Come Up

I met Alex Wyse 3 or 4 years ago after an event and we became quick friends. Aside from being hilarious, he has such a wealth of experience and the perspective he’s gained from all the work he’s done is so informative and, I think, helpful for anyone who’s trying to figure out how to navigate a career in entertainment. He’s worked on and off-broadway, in television, film, as a producer and most recently he and his writing partner, Wesley Taylor, released the third season of their award winning web series INDOOR BOYS. I thought this would be a perfect time to sit down and reflect with Alex on where he’s at. He was pretty insistent with me that this not be a rundown of his resume, which I was thrilled to hear. I wasn’t quite sure where the conversation would take us, but we found ourselves talking about self-worth, the definition of success, creating your own path, mothers and sons, and much much more. Wether you know Alex or not, I think you’re really going to come to appreciate what’s he’s got to share. 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. 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. 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. In theater, he performed in various regional productions before making his Broadway debut in Lysistrata Jones, which ran at the Walter Kerr Theatre from 2011 to 2012. Also on Broadway, he played schoolboy Georg Zirschnitz in the Deaf West Theatre's production of Spring Awakening, 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. In 2013–2014, he toured with the national company of Wicked, playing the role of Boq. And in 2015, he appeared opposite Evan Rachel Wood and Rumer Willis in For the Record: Dear John Hughes in Los Angeles. 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.The Come Up is a podcast that holds space for honest conversations about the reality of being a growing artist in the entertainment industry today. The myth of "making it" tells us that our happiness and fulfillment is dependent on a specific outcome when the truth is that there is no moment of arrival - the journey is never ending. This podcast will serve as an archive of individual perspectives and a source of inspiration for anyone navigating their own creative path. It's an opportunity to reflect on where we've been, where we're at, and where we're going. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

1hr 13mins

20 Nov 2019

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Episode 019 - INDOOR BOYS' Wesley Taylor and Alex Wyse

The Viewfinder Podcast with Chris Hadley

This week's Viewfinder Podcast features an interview with the co-stars/co-creators of the award-winning comedy web series INDOOR BOYS: Broadway vets Wesley Taylor (THE ADDAMS FAMILY, SPONGEBOB SQUAREPANTS) and Alex Wyse (SPRING AWAKENING). Taking an honest look at gay male relationships and featuring an outstanding supporting cast of Broadway stars, season 3 of INDOOR BOYS is now streaming on Vimeo and its official web site. Check it out at: VIMEO: https://vimeo.com/indoorboys  Official web site: https://www.indoorboys.tv/ Follow the Viewfinder Podcast on Twitter @ViewfinderPod and on Facebook at www.facebook.com/TheViewfinderPodcast Music by Under Influence from Fugue https://icons8.com/music/author/under-influence


25 Oct 2019