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But his primary motivation isn’t hard to figure out. “The first is an O that I got for Owen, my son who was born 14 years ago,” said the actor, sitting at a Los Angeles coffee shop.“And the other one I got 11 years ago when my daughter Auden was born — it’s Sanskrit.“That’s where you go to put up a showcase, that’s where you go to get seen in something by a casting director,” he said. Brown and Brian Tyree Henry: Breakthrough Stars’ Friendship Began Over a Pair of Beard Clippers It’s also what led Wyle to meeting one of his closest friends, The Blank Theatre founding artistic director Daniel Henning.They first met when the actor auditioned for the fledgling company’s 1991 production of David Mamet’s “Sexual Perversity in Chicago.” “The character was like 25 to 29 years old, and in walked this 19-year-old young man — who lied and said he was 20, because he didn’t want to be a teenager,” Henning recalled.
So he turned to Theatre Row, the stretch of Santa Monica Boulevard where there’s a dozen or so “little warehouse theaters” (Wyle’s words).Still, Devlin noted that Reilly isn’t aggressively against “The Librarians.” “Since the beginning, it’s not the kind of show he set out to be doing,” Devlin said.“But I think he saw the reaction to the show and I think he got seduced by the show. There are a lot of people who arrived at the show cynically and they end up getting seduced by it.” Another big reason why Wyle loves the show: His kids do, too.“But it didn’t matter that he was five to 10 years too young for the role. That was the beginning of our now very long relationship.” Wyle remains committed to the Blank, which continues to offer new challenges, such as in 2006, when Henning convinced him to play Salvador Dali in a production of Kira Obolensky’s play “Lobster Alice.” “It’s phenomenal work,” Henning said.
“You won’t believe it’s Noah Wyle in that character because he just morphed, just transformed.” (You can check out a clip below.) Wyle is now the Blank’s Artistic Producer, a role he accepted 17 years ago. R.’ and making decent enough money that I could write a good check to keep us operating,” he said, “And I was more interested in changing and founding the company with a specific mission statement.
They have a lot of different words for love, this one’s specific to parental. Children.” Robert Trachtenberg/Warner B/REX/Shutterstock Wyle’s lineage stretches back to Eastern European Jews who immigrated to the West Coast during the 1910s (something he discovered while doing an upcoming episode of the TLC genealogy reality series, “Who Do You Think You Are? Born in Los Angeles, he grew up “right in the middle of Hollywood,” where he and his brothers and sisters would go straight from school to the run-down movie theaters that peppered the neighborhood.