Convincing, naturalistic actor with a strong screen presence. Excellent improvisation skills and good comic timing. Confident and assured with considerable film, commercial, corporate and music video experience. FUN to work with!
Name: Jessica Jay
Lives in: London, England
Film Actress Psychological horror about a police detective whose sanity begins to unravel as she investigates a series of brutal ritualistic murders.
Film (Drama) Actress 'Forever Tomorrow' weaves a narrative out of the speeches given in AA meetings, the interrupted life of a party girl, a young couple who have lost their connection to one another, and the relationships Aaron, a rent boy, and his clients maintain. With alcoholism and life choices used as a backdrop, the film explores the various unwelcomed roads traveled by people as they attempt to redeem themselves from addiction. Written by Anonymous
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Film (Drama and Music) Actress A young woman (Jessica Jay) trapped in a relationship with an abusive and bullying husband (Sean Cernow) feels ready to give up on life. Until one day, a chance meeting with an old pianist (Paul Dewdney) at the local run-down school reignites a passion that has been suppressed within her and finally provides her with some hope of escape. Written by James Scholes
Landlord: Time to Pay the Rent
Film (Action) Actress Louis Fay [Rob Ho] returns from Hong Kong to honor his Father's wish of looking after the Family Business, which is the target of a Criminal Kingpin [Warwick]. Warwick also focuses on another, owned by Kay Jones [Jessica Jay]. Kay reaches breaking point and calls upon her sister Lauren [Zara Phythian] for help. Both Louis and Lauren share the common language of violence as they are forced to confront Warwick and his army for one last showdown. Written by Rob Ho
A Royal Night Out
Film (Comedy, Drama and Romance) Actress On V.E. Day in 1945, as peace extends across Europe, Princesses Elizabeth and Margaret are allowed out to join the celebrations. It is a night full of excitement, danger and the first flutters of romance.
Film (Short, Drama and Family) Actress London. 2008. A foreign man ORHAN stands underneath a bridge. His hands clench the railings which overlook the river Thames. He remembers how he got there. Months earlier: an unexpected phone call from his ex-girlfriend's sister Lisa unsettles him: his ex Gemma is ill and he has a son, Tristan. Prompted back to the UK, Orhan has to face his responsibilities and look after his son. Whilst taking up a position as a cleaner, he has to endure the daily humiliation of his sadistic boss James. As things go from bad to worse, Orhan's strength is tested to its limitations... Written by anonymous
Film (Drama) Actress Llar, the home, a space where the fireplace lights up to warm the house. But also Llar in its most metaphorical and spiritual sense. We talk about home when we lose it, when we observe it from far, when we feel the necessity of returning to it, almost always frustrated by space or time. Two opposed directors, different experiences, generations and formal propositions and yet somehow the images to both suggested by the Asturian term Llar, embrace and complement each other, bringing us a tale of uprooting and solitude, a requiem for the end of a society, a way of understanding life, the passage of time and the relationship with nature.
The Scopia Effect
Film (Horror, Sci-Fi and Thriller) Actress Set in London, "Scopia" follows ordinary white-collar office worker, Basia (played by Polish actress, Joanna Ignaczewska), who after suffering mild depression undergoes hypnotic regression with specialist Dr Edward Stanton. No sooner do these treatments start (somewhat unorthodox in nature) that Basia's flashbacks caused during regression appear to be not only of a troubled childhood but also of troubled past lives. As these "memories" gush forth, the vivid and warm memories of her young mother's kindness subside and start to give way to dark forces that seek to disrupt and destroy her. As Basia struggles to hold these dark forces from breaking through into her present, she increasingly struggles to retain her sanity and the ability to fight back. There is a way out but it is hardest path to take, shaking her humanity to the very core. Written by Steven Flynn
Film (Drama) Actress A successful doctor, content with life, develops a strange illness - anaphylaxis, a severe allergy to human skin. He tries to defy his illness, but his life is turned upside down by his inability to touch people. He can't function professionally, socially or intimately with his fiancée, whom he eventually loses. Then he discovers that dead bodies don't trigger his illness. He withdraws from life around him to work as a pathologist, dealing only with dead bodies. Life is calm until he encounters a woman's dead body covered from neck to toe with writing. Intrigued, he starts to read. She was a poet. Imprisoned as a wife and mother, she suffered postnatal depression. Writing was her solace, but she sought escape so much it became a dangerous obsessive compulsive disorder. They locked her in a psychiatric hospital to recover. When released, she was told not to touch a pen again. But she did - to end it all by writing her story on her skin, dying as a result. Reading her story, the doctor ... Written by Ayman Mokhtar
Film (Comedy) Actress Aimless is the interwoven tale of three unconventional people looking for direction in life. Nathan is a jaded businessman, whose business just happens to be espionage and assassination. Percy is a balding sad-sack - a man so wretched he considers a mouse called Alan his best friend. And Zara is only a hair's breadth from returning to the insane asylum, which is unfortunate as she's about to get a nasty surprise. As our three protagonists find themselves swirling down the plughole of life, it's up to them to grab onto the greasy sink-hair of hope. They can either give up and admit defeat - or throw themselves headlong into new, confusing, and often frightening existences. With loved ones being kidnapped, mental states collapsing, genetic manipulation, vigilante violence, snipers, secrets, dead friends, clown fetishists, Glock-wielding mums, and two ever more confused narrators, it's hard to tell which option is more dangerous. Can Nathan, Zara and Percy escape their aimless lives - ... Written by Sam A V Forster
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Film (Short and Horror) Actress When Daniel is sent on a a regular errand for his boss he has no idea it will plunge him into the most frightening experience of his life, setting him on a kharmic rollercoaster and forcing him to face an event in his past he thought he had buried. Written by Dave Hallett
Film (Horror) Actress In London, the archeologist Anna Ash is informed by her Professor Joan Holland that the excavation site at the Sixteenth Century Ludgate Orphanage, where she is researching the Cult of the Black Priest during the Great Plague, will be demolished on the next morning to contain the contamination since it has been found the Y.pestis in the digging. The stubborn Anna breaks in the building at midnight expecting to find any substantial evidence that could stop the demolition. Meanwhile, four drugged punks hit and run with a stolen car and they hide inside the building. They are haunted and attacked by a ghost and one of them, Clive, is wounded. When Anna stumbles with the hoodlums, she realizes that Clive is contaminated and needs help. But soon they find that they are trapped in the building. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Nose of the Beholder
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