Nick Wyman

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Nick Wyman
Born (1950-05-18) May 18, 1950 (age 69)
OccupationActor, former President of Actors' Equity Association
Years active1978–present

Nick Wyman (born May 18, 1950) is an American stage, television, and film actor, and is a former President of the Actors' Equity Association.

Early life[edit]

Wyman was born in Portland, Maine. He grew up in Summit, New Jersey and attended Harvard University.[1]


Wyman received his big break as Freddy in the 1981 revival of My Fair Lady which starred original Higgins Sir Rex Harrison. He later created the role of Firmin in the Broadway production of The Phantom of the Opera. He was cast as John Barsad in the 2008 Broadway musical adaptation of A Tale of Two Cities, at the Al Hirschfeld Theatre in New York.[2] He was elected President of Actors Equity in May 2010 and served until 2015.[3]

Personal life[edit]

He is the older brother of voice actor Oliver Wyman.


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  1. ^ Porter Brown, Nell (May–June 2013). "Leading Man". Harvard Magazine. Retrieved December 12, 2013. "Raised in affluent Summit, New Jersey, where his father was a carpet-company executive, Wyman went to Harvard 'because Yale didn’t pay me enough,' he quips."
  2. ^ [1], July 23, 2008
  3. ^ Nick Wyman Elected Actors' Equity President, Broadway World, May 24, 2010

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