ISAAC W JAY is an actor and writer from Santa Fe, New Mexico. His recent stage credits include Fenton/Host in The Merry Wives of Windsor (Shakespeare By the Sea), Roper in A Man for All Seasons (Actors Coop), Duke Orsino in 12th Night (West Valley Playhouse), Dennis in This is our Youth (Raven Theatre), Evan Baxter in Yesterday Again (World Premiere/SFBATCC Nom for best actor), General Irrigua in Cat Among the Pigeons (USC), and Philip in The Bacchae (World Premiere/London). He can be seen in the features Flock of Four (Bristol Pictures), Head Count (Godmother Industries), the short See You Later (Anagram Pictures), and the Amazon series Brosa Nostra (Zephyr Entertainment).
Isaac received his acting training at the USC School of Dramatic Arts , studying with professors including Stephanie Shroyer, David Warshofsky, John DeMita, and Doug Tompos. He received classical training from the British American Dramatic Academy, studying with British stage masters including Fiona Shaw and Brian Cox.
Isaac is represented by Rascal's Talent and Fictious Management.