Beyond distinction as a professional speaker and singer, Wayne is an experienced performer who brings his skills as an actor and narrator to the stage and the studio. Messmer is a Professional Member of the Screen Actors Guild / American Federation of Radio and Television Artists (SAG/AFTRA).
Audiences have seen and heard Wayne Messmer in live stage performances in leading roles over the years that include Gaylord Ravenal in “Showboat,” Emile deBeque in “South Pacific,” El Gallo in “The Fantasticks,” Petruchio in “Kiss Me Kate,” Harold Hill in “The Music Man,” Albert Peterson in “Bye, Bye Birdie” and numerous musical reviews and cabaret shows. His commanding stage voice and booming baritone have entertained countless audiences.
Film credits include the feature role of the New York Yankees radio announcer in the Universal Pictures (1992) release, “The Babe” directed by Academy Award winner Arthur Hiller, starring John Goodman and Kelly McGillis.
(Top-Left Photo) As Wayne appeared in a featured role as the role as the NY Yankees’ Radio Announcer in the Universal Pictures (1992) release, “The Babe.”