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I hope to give you an insight into my acting and screenwriting career, including news, photos and videos of all my latest work. You can also access my CV and read my biography.

My sincere thanks go to everyone that has supported me in my career so far - you know who you are! Please keep sending me your thoughts and questions through my contact form. It's always a pleasure to hear from you.

Latest News

I’m Back!

So like Arnold Schwarzenegger in the new Terminator movie “I’m back!” I’ve been away from the acting world for a little while but I have returned and hungry to work again. I have a few potential projects in the pipeline and of course will keep you all informed on my progress. As always I thank […]

Happy New Year

Wishing everyone that has supported and followed me thus far a very happy new year and hoping 2013 brings you everything you deserve! In February of this new year I have been cast in a short film called ‘Captor’ in which I play a man held captive and being forced through the snowy woods of […]

Steps For Success

I can now be seen as the stiff upper lipped Richard Hannay in the Hitchcock spoofed “The 39 Steps”. It will be performed for 3 days at Infinity Bar & Entertainment Suite this November. “This is Patrick Barlow’s Olivier Award winning stage adaptation, based on John Buchan’s gripping whodunit – memorably filmed by Alfred Hitchcock […]

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Captor – Short Film (2013)

Reviews

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.

It’s A Wonderful Life reviewed by Danielle Beeton

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.

Cinderella reviewed by Rob Lawson

Jay Mullen is a great actor. I have absolutely no confusion whatsoever about his ability on the boards. His professionalism shines through.

Forget-Me-Knot reviewed by Michael Hunter

Not content with his adaptation and direction, Jay added his 10 years acting experience to an already strong cast… Performed perfectly.

Finders Keepers reviewed by Ross Robertson

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.

Bones reviewed by Fiona Thompson

Jay Mullen as the Scarecrow has a wonderful physicality that allows himself to literally throw himself into his part.

The Wizard of Oz reviewed by Linda Green

An incredible performance as Mr Zeinfeld, every second packed with a comically-perfect gesture, an immaculately-designed twitch or a perfectly-pitched line.

Forget-Me-Knot reviewed by Ross Robertson
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Scripts

Feature Film: Ed and Dave

“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 […]

Theatre: The Greatest Love Story NEVER Told

“The Greatest Love Story NEVER Told” is a romantic comedy based loosely on The Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind. It follows the start and end of a relationship between two, young lovers. Each act follows the POV of each lover’s interpretation of the events that caused the break-up. First performed in The Theatre Restaurant, […]

TV: Back To The Movies

TV script: “Back To The Movies” A 6-part series of 30 minute mini movies, spoofing some of the greatest movies of the 80’s. This project is currently seeking funding. Watch this space for further progress.

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