Isaac Jay is an Actor and Writer from Santa Fe, New Mexico. His true love of the stage began in high school under the mentorship of Playwright Joey Chavez. Isaac expanded his creative life in high school writing and performing in solo performances, several world premieres, musical theatre, and choir. Both his senior and junior year, Isaac had original one acts produced on his high school's main stage.
Isaac then attended the University of Southern California, graduating the School of Dramatic Arts with a Bachelor's Degree in Acting. At USC, Isaac performed in multiple main stage theatre productions, several student films and began writing screenplays. His Junior year, he studied at the BADA conservatory program in London, studying under many British stage stars, including Fiona Shaw. While there, he starred in a world premiere modern adaption of The Bacchae, directed by Jonathan Moore. At USC, Isaac was an original member of both USC's premiere sketch comedy troupe The Suspenders, and USC's own Playback Theatre Improv troupe.
Graduated in 2015, Isaac is now living and working in Los Angeles as an actor, writer, and storyteller. Right after graduating, Isaac starred in the World Premiere of the play Yesterday Again, from which he received a nomination for Best Actor from the SFBATCC. Most recently, he can be seen in 2 upcoming films, Flock of Four and Head Count, both of which are slated to be released in the next year. Isaac has performed consistently with both the sketch comedy groups Giggle Break and Tr!fecta and can be seen across all their platforms.
Isaac is currently seeking Theatrical, Commercial and Voiceover Representation and Management.