Wes Ramsey as Wyatt
Wesley A. Ramsey (born October 6, 1977, Louisville, Kentucky, USA) is an American film actor.
Wes Ramsey’s love for acting began at age 12, from that time on he knew acting would be his profession. After spending 7 years on stage at Louisville’s Walden Theatre, he enrolled and was accepted in New York’s prestigious Juilliard School in 1996. While in New York, he continued his training until he graduated in 2000 as a member of the “29th” group to have completed the program.
With a combined 10 years experience on stage, Ramsey turned his focus toward learning about the camera in the world of daytime television as Sam Spencer on CBS’s Emmy Award winning series, Guiding Light. After two successful years, Wes headed West with hopes of capturing his childhood dreams in Hollywood.
In Los Angeles, Wes quickly began making a name for himself when he was cast to star in his first feature film as Christian, a WEHO party boy in Latter Days, an independent film about love, faith and redemption. Latter Days was released in January 2004 to well respected reviews relevant to the movies theme and cast alike. After Wes completed filming he secured guest starring roles on one of CBS’s highest rated dramas, CSI: Miami, and soon after, the WB’s Charmed. By the time Latter Days hit theaters, Wes starred alongside Luis Guzmán on a new Fox series, Luis, as the artist/boyfriend Greg. In the midst of the momentum of the show, Wes took the lead by promoting Latter Days across the country as it won audience awards at numerous film festivals, including, Outfest Critics Choice Award; Outfest and HBO OUT-standing first narrative feature.
The Adult version of "baby Wyatt" (Jason & Kristopher Simmons), who comes from the future to visit his family every now and then. Adult Wyatt was originally evil, but his younger brother Chris came from the future to save him, task in which he succeeded. Adult Wyatt is a very sweet young man, loves his family and is extremely powerful.