Dig Wayne is an alumnus of the now-defunct Strasberg Studio in London from the late 80s. Over the years Dig has worked as an actor on television, movies and theatre. His professional career started in New York City as a singer-songwriter. Dig moved to London in 1982 where he studied Method acting beginning in1987. He was cast in the lead role in the musical Five Guy’s Named Moe in 1990, which ran for 5 years in London’s West End. The show won an Oliver Award in1991. After moving to Los Angeles in1995, Dig became a life member of The Actors Studio. Dig won an NAACP theatre award for Best Supporting Male Actor in August Wilson’s Pulitzer Prize-winning play, Fences, playing the role of Gabriel. He was also nominated for an Ovation for the same role. Dig is also a published poet and photographer. He began teaching at the Strasberg Institute in 2008.