"Wayne" is an American dark comedy action streaming television series directed by Shawn Simmons.
The starring cast includes Mark McKenna, Ciara Bravo, Joshua J. Williams, Stephen Kearin, James Earl, Dean Winters, Jon Champagne, Jamie Champagne, Michael O'Malley, Francesco Antonio and others.
Here are "Wayne" TV series trailer, plot summary, full cast and characters, release date and everything we know so far.
Is there a trailer for Wayne TV series?
Amazon Prime Video on Monday, October 26, 2020 released the trailer for "Wayne" you can watch here:
Wayne - Official Trailer | Prime Video.
What is Wayne TV series plot?
Here is a short review of "Wayne" TV series plot summary.
Wayne takes place in Brockton, Massachusetts and begins when the titular character "sets out on a dirt bike with his new crush Del (Ciara Bravo) to take back the 1979 Pontiac Trans Am that was stolen from his father before he died. It is Wayne and Del against the world."
Who plays who in the Wayne TV series?
Here is the full cast and characters of "Wayne" TV series. Actors and actresses are sorted mostly in credits order.
Mark McKenna as Wayne McCullough a teenage boy
Ciara Bravo as Delilah "Del" Luccetti a girl from Brockton whom Wayne develops feelings for
Joshua J. Williams as Orlando Hikes Wayne's best friend
Stephen Kearin as Sergeant Stephen Geller
James Earl as Officer Jay Ganetti aka "Cop a' Soup"
Dean Winters as Bobby Luccetti Del's father
Jon Champagne as Carl Luccetti
Jamie Champagne as Teddy Luccetti
Mike O'Malley as Principal Tom Cole from Hagler High
Francesco Antonio as Reggie Wayne's stepbrother
Kirk Ward as Calvin Clay Wayne's stepfather
Michaela Watkins as Maureen McNulty Wayne's mother
Sean Patrick Dolan as Darren
Patrick Gallagher as Mr. Hernandez Wayne's landlord
Thomas Mitchell Barnet as Scott
Maxwell McCabe-Lokos as Eric
Harrison Tanner as Stick
Akiel Julien as Gill
Jack Foley as Orande
Ray McKinnon as Wayne McCullough Sr. Wayne's father
Abigail Spencer as Donna Luccetti Del's late mother
Peyton Meyer as Bradley
Ernie Grunwald as Vice Principal Walsh from Alabaster High in Richmond Hill Georgia
Derek Theler as Conan the Barbarian
Nick Serino as Jamie
Torri Webster as Emma
Pedro Miguel Arce as Cashier
Bill Lake as Sheriff
Kevin Hanchard as Sergeant Randall
Zoé De Grand Maison as Jenny
Odessa A'zion as Trish
Juan Carlos Velis as Ramon
Abigail Winter as Natalie
Keana Lyn as Betty
Edsson Morales as Alberto
Juno Rinaldi as Deborah
Arden Alfonso as Emily
Mika Amonsen as Luke
Brandon McGibbon as Maurice
Alana Bridgewater as Female Security Guard
Allegra Fulton as Graciella
Janet Porter as Tracey
Mark Sparks as Doorman
JaNae Armogan as Krystal
Matthew Gouveia as Steve
Daniel Jun as Bartender
Vince Kesavamoorthy as Manager
Julian Robino as Lee Murray
Lisa Berry as Gail
Tristan Carlucci as Boy
Basel Daoud as Security Guard
Riley Gilchrist as Jeff King
Keara Graves as Popular Girl
Kaniehtiio Horn as Kyra
Nadine Roden as Nurse
Donald MacLean Jr. as Tug
Alexander Nunez as Kenny
William Poulin as Security Guard #1
Martin Roach as Local Sergeant
Dan Abramovici as Darren Edwards
Leslie Adlam as Security Guard #2
Donald Burda as Bill
Thamela Mpumlwana as Corey
Geoff Scovell as Hotshot
Nadine Bhabha as Female Clerk
Zoe Doyle as Waitress
James Madge as Jenny's Dad
Brendan Rush as Ryan
Jamie Cavanagh as Cop #1
Hardee T. Lineham as Priest
Earl 'Bubba' McLean Jr. as Paul
Alex Purdy as Cocky Student
Jeffrey Wetsch as Father
Brandon Zakkai as Dirtbag
Andriah Daley as Bus Station Clerk
Kelsey Flower as Pizza Guy
Claire Mackness as Emily's Daughter
Tejay McDonald as Cop #2
Alison J. Palmer as Mother
Steven Vlahos as Jake
Taylor Hanson Whittaker as Shirtless Man
Jacob Ramzy Beshara as Big Hair (Teen #1)
Jefferson Guzman as Patient
Mike Jackson as Charismatic Principal
Justin Landry as Cop
Emma Mackness as Emily's Daughter
Rachel Manson as Goth-y Employee
Jack Tanner as Son
Marium Carvell as Grandmother
Taras Lavren as Punk (Teen #2)
Asia Morrison Suguitan as Birthday Girl
Alexander Tanner as Son
Jordan Duarte as Screaming Cop
Connor Smith as Skate Rat (Teen #3)
Lorna Wilson as Cafeteria Worker
Josh Cruddas as Volunteer
Diya Kittur as Girl with Halo
Phillip Samuel as Officer
Marcus Cornwall as Boy #1
Dorrett White as Student
Carter Cornwall as Boy #2
What are Wayne filming details?
"Wayne" series are produced by Coolidge Ward Entertainment, Reese Wernick Productions and Endeavor Content.
The average duration of each episode is 30 - 35 minutes. Country of origin: United States. Original language: English.
What are critics and audiences saying about Wayne TV series?
"Wayne" TV series got high rating from critics. IMDB rating is 8.4/10. Rotten Tomatoes rating is 100/100.
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