Tym Moss is one of today's most dynamic New York City entertainers. As a singer, actor, and songwriter for television, film, and theater, he performs live, and his music is available on all online outlets. His internet radio show, "Artists Exposed with Tym Moss", can be heard around the world. He is also an activist for the LGBTQ+ community.
In addition to his incredible comedic timing, Moss is an accomplished dramatic actor, as well as singer and songwriter. Moss starred — alongside Robbie Wayne — in the full-length, movie musical "Junk", which held its New York City premiere on November 19, 2019, with a Q&A hosted afterwards by journalist Michael Musto. An original soundtrack recording accompanied the release of the movie, consisting of multiple songs performed by Moss with other cast members.
Moss is also the Co-Host of the interview series "If These Walls Could Talk", of which he is joined by actress and comedian Wendy Stuart Kaplan. With their unique style of honest and emotional interviews, sharing the fascinating backstory of celebrities, entertainers, recording artists, writers, and artists, while bringing their audience along for a fantastic ride, the series is taped live. Guests have included theatre veteran and Drama Desk Award winner Jay Michaels, actor and playwright Charles Busch, Native American Music Hall of Fame inductee Felipe Rose, New York City icon Joey Arias, and fashion designer Richie Rich. The series has been broadcast on UBC TV and Glewed TV.
On June 25, 2017, Broadway Sings for Pride held a Broadway-themed concert, as part of "NYC Pride: Pride Fest", at Hudson Street and 13th Street, in New York City. The event was presented T-Mobile. Broadway Sings for Pride is a multiple award-winning, non-for-profit organization that brings together Broadway talent, activists, and celebrities, to educate the public, raise awareness of the needs of LGBTQ+ youth, and support these young people, so that they may reach their full potential.
Moss performed the song "Get Your Girl On" during the event, where Shefik served as Videographer. "Get Your Girl On" is a song from Moss' album "Free Again" (2016), released by 34 Whale Entertainment. "Get Your Girl On" was written Moss, and produced by Reginald Todd. Well received by LGBTQ+ community, the album peaked at #6 on the Dance chart at Art of the Mix.
- Videographer: Shefik
Last Updated: May 2, 2023