Everyone has that cringeworthy-friend that you can’t help but love for their unwavering commitment to being themselves. Insert Wayne, the resident dog, of Singledom who is played by talented actor William James Lewis Jr. Lewis’s, Wayne, is so downright charming, charismatic and believable, you find yourself almost over looking his questionable ways. ALMOST. Stay tuned for the entire season to get the full story and see that there may be more than meets the eye.
Lewis was born in Fort Riley, Kansas in 1983. Lewis and his relocated to Philadelphia, PA as a part of his father’s military career. The younger of two children, Lewis always had a knack for putting smile on people’s faces and creating positive emotion. Lewis credits his mother with planting the acting see when she introduced him to theatre at church. With her and the church’s support, Lewis became fascinated with craft.
Lewis prides him self on being passionate and talented with a hard work ethic and has no problem doing what it takes to get better. He has been a part of both independent and mainstream studios films and has had extensive training from acting coaches in Philadelphia and New York. With any project, Lewis’ ultimate goal is to capture the audience’s attention with a captivating style that leaves a memorable image in the mind of the viewer that forces them to remember his work.