Episode 8: Actor Jaylen Moore who can recently be seen on the hit Showtime series “Homeland” will join us to talk about the show and his movie career. 12/6/13 Hosts: Kinte, Taraylyn Gravois & Meosha Bean
Actor Jaylen Moore who can recently be seen on the hit Showtime series “Homeland” will join us to talk about the show and his movie career.
Hosts: Kinte, Taraylyn Gravois & Meosha Bean
Guest: Jaylen Moore from Homeland
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Jaylen Moore bio
Jaylen Moore is on a roll having booked eight features since 2012. And it’s no wonder – he can sing, dance, make you laugh while shooting a semi-automatic weapon, perform stunts, and kick ass in in the next. He also speaks Farsi, Dari, Arabic, Pashto, and Spanish – think of him as an “Action Hero and Renaissance Man” all in one.
He can most recently be seen on Season Three of Showtime’s Emmy winning drama, Homeland in the recurring role of Eric Baraz. Jaylen also appears in the upcoming films, Hunger Games 2: Catching Fire, and with Stallone and Schwarzenegger in The Escape Plan (Lionsgate/Summit), and his biggest motion picture role to date in the action/comedy Aztec Warrior due in early 2014.
Recently, Jaylen was seen in the Weinstein Company’s feature, Random, opposite Ashley Green, in the Tom Cruise vehicle Oblivion for director Joseph Kosinki, in the indie sci fi thriller Sons of Liberty, and in the MTV comedy film, Ladies Man: A Made Movie. He has appeared on over six episodes of Conan as “Wolfboy” spoofing Taylor Lautner.
In director Andrew Niccol’s The Host, Jaylen played “Seeker Song”, a role that required him not only to act, but to perform stunts using his training in martial arts and fighting. In The Host, he acted opposite Saorise Ronan and Diane Kruger and worked directly with writer Stephenie Meyer of the Twilght saga.
Jaylen brings to acting, his extensive background as a Los Angeles athletic coach and trainer. His exotic good looks are a result of parents that hail from Spain and Afghanistan. He began in theatre, studied at Chicago’s Second City, and appeared in the Ovation Award winning musical City Kid where he met his future wife, actress/screenwriter, Britt Logan – proof that musicals can change your life.