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Born in Boston, Massachusetts, USA
Birth NameWayne Keith Caparas
Height 6' (1.83 m)

Mini Bio (1)

Wayne Caparas is a writer, business innovator, digital media producer, and occasional performing artist who lives in Franklin, TN, just south of Nashville. Before the turn of the century, Wayne was recognized among the top fitness industry pioneers in the nation. In addition to the development of an internationally-celebrated chain of health clubs in Charleston, S.C., Wayne was a co-publisher of the award winning Vie Magazine and was instrumental in the conception and launch of the very popular Oxygen Magazine, where he served as a Contributing Editor and research journalist for its first three years on the newsstand.

Wayne is the author of "BioLogic Revelation" (Spring of 2017). The groundbreaking book and video series have been endorsed by several international health and fitness experts, including New York Times Bestselling author Dr. Adrienne Denese, M.D, who is widely recognized among the world's leading anti-aging experts.

Since the late 80's, Wayne has served as actor/director or writer/producer for numerous films, television productions, studio recordings, stage productions, and multimedia broadcasts. His earliest professional production efforts dealt with fitness media and pioneering of obstacle course competitions for ESPN. As an occasional performing artist, Wayne studied with the late Michael Conyers, Metropolitan Opera Stars June Bonner and Nancy Stedman, producer/composer Robert Williams, and Michael Camden Richards & Richard Neal at the New American Stage Company in New York. Wayne gained membership to the Screen Actors Guild in 1994 and earned a dozen minor roles in motion pictures and television films while continuing to work as a vocalist and songwriter.

In 2008 Wayne released Gospel Project, a "culmination CD" of original material he wrote across a decade as a Christian music and worship artist in Charleston, S.C. and Manhattan. Produced by Mike London and Bernard Brown, the album featured a who's who of Charleston music luminaries including Quiana Parler, Robert Williams, Amber Brooke Keeler, Steven Washington, JT Rollerson. Quentin Baxter, Lavonta Green, Wayne Mitchum, and Michael Brown. The CD received high praise from Indy critics for its highly professional production, moving Gospel lyrics, and rich soulful vocals.

Curriculum Vitae: Wayne is a Furman Scholar and Furman Scholar Athlete (Football) with a Cum Laude Bachelor of Science degree from the College of Charleston. He performed his graduate work at the University of South Carolina. Wayne has continued with two decades of advanced scientific and historical study including graduate coursework in Christian theology. Wayne is a U.S. Chamber of Commerce "Blue Chip Enterprise" designee, a two-time Entrepreneur of the Year finalist for South Carolina, and during his fitness business days was honored as the Small-Business Man of the Year by the Charleston Metro Chamber of Commerce. When not writing or teaching or acting, Wayne leads as a media producer and brand strategist at the head of Caparas Media, a network of free-lance artists and global media professionals who value family life and freedom.

Personal: In 2010 Wayne and his daughter Amber (also a singer/songwriter) moved from Charleston, S.C. to Franklin, T.N. Wayne remarried in 2013 and still lives in the Nashville area with his wife Stacey and their sons Luke and Samuel. Wayne volunteers as a teacher, speaker, and consultant to a broad range of ministries and public school sports and education programs; most notably the Fellowship of Christian Athletes.

- IMDb Mini Biography By: Kay Sorin

Spouse (1)

Stacey Langston Caparas (4 January 2014 - present) ( 3 children)

Trivia (5)

Father of singer/songwriter Amber Caparas Keeler. Brother of former CNN correspondent Rally Caparas.
After launching the award-winning Vie Magazine as a co-publisher, Wayne advised the late Robert Kennedy in the conceptual creation and launch of Oxygen Magazine and served as a Contributing Editor, research journalist, and photojournalist for Oxygen during its first three years on the newsstand.
Wayne is also a soulful vocal soloist and songwriter with credits on several CDs and other recordings. He released the independent CD "Gospel Project" in 2008 to favorable reviews. The album contains all original material written by Wayne.
Wayne Caparas's grandfather, Martin Victor Doucett, was a gifted violinist who played with musical luminaries Paul Whiteman (The King of Jazz) and Arthur Fiedler of Boston Pops fame, until the Great Depression, then WWII, then a family of four daughters finally forced him to put down his violin to work as a bartender in Boston. From that point, Doucett never picked up his violin again.
Now living and working in Nashville/Franklin, Tennessee. [July 2010]

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