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It’s not often an actor likes to hear the word rejected, but in this instance, I’ll make an exception. Rejected Pictures is my new production company, created to showcase my screenwriting skills and hopefully entertain those with an off-beat sense of humour such as myself. The first project is a web-based sitcom called ‘Functional Rejects’ […]
Transition (2019) is a low-budget local film, created and shot in Tyne and Wear. I won the role of Mark Matheson, a poor man’s Sam Wheat, who is taken from the love of his life in his prime. He’s not going to let a little thing like death step in his way of helping his […]
“Ed and Dave” is a comedy road trip movie that follows the lives of two young men. After being dumped, hopefully for the last time, they set out to find their ultimate perfect women. With hysterical mishaps along the way, can these two imbeciles find their holy grail? This project is currently seeking funding. Watch […]
Jay Mullen as the troubled George Bailey was phenomenal. His accent was exactly the same as James Stewart – a little hard to get used to but amazing none the less.
Star of the show was Jay Mullen as an energetic Buttons. He developed a good report with the audience and dealt with a particularly persistent heckler with aplomb.
Jay Mullen is a great actor. I have absolutely no confusion whatsoever about his ability on the boards. His professionalism shines through.
Not content with his adaptation and direction, Jay added his 10 years acting experience to an already strong cast… Performed perfectly.
Double act Beck and Moon, played by Jay Mullen and Adam Straughan respectively, hit the spot by balancing their funny scenes with the dramatic and emotional parts of the story.
Jay Mullen as the Scarecrow has a wonderful physicality that allows himself to literally throw himself into his part.
An incredible performance as Mr Zeinfeld, every second packed with a comically-perfect gesture, an immaculately-designed twitch or a perfectly-pitched line.