The War For Free Will Is About To Begin

Jay Tilley as James Saylor

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About James:

James Saylor is a human with an unusual connection to the supernatural world that unfolds throughout Season 1.
About Jay Tilley:

Jay Tilley has been an actor in the Washington, DC area for over 15 years, having appeared on stage with numerous community, dinner and professional theatre companies while dabbling in some local film, TV and voiceover work as well. In addition to Shotgun Mythos, Jay has appeared on camera in local films The Good Seed and The Basement Stalker, a commercial for The Original Pancake House and has lent his voice to the documentary Through The Desert Goes Our Journey. He can be seen in the upcoming improv film After The Funeral.

Jay also regularly performs in the DC-based improv shows
ComedySportz and The Blue Show and has recently been a regular performer at The Maryland Renaissance Festival. Jay's most notable stage credits include The Odd Couple (Oscar Madison - MD Theatre Guide award), Hamlet: Reframed (Polonius), The Merry Wives of Windsor (Falstaff), Little Shop of Horrors (Voice of Audrey II), Frankenstein (Victor Frankenstein), Your Mother's Butt (Client/Psychologist - NVTA award), As You Like It (Touchstone - RCP award), Capone (Al Capone - solo show), Oleanna (John), Urinetown (Lockstock - WATCH nomination), The Merchant of Venice (Shylock), Lost Eden (Orson Welles - solo show), Anne of the Thousand Days (Henry VIII), The Man Who Came To Dinner (Sheridan Whiteside), Julius Caesar (Brutus), Of Mice and Men (Lennie),The Taming of the Shrew (Petruchio), Jesus Christ Superstar (Caiaphas/Herod), Children of Eden (Father), and 1776 (Edward Rutledge/Richard Henry Lee - WATCH nomination for Lee).

Jay is a graduate of The University of South Carolina, where he earned a bachelor's degree in Journalism and Mass Communications. After working as a journalist for a few years, Jay eventually settled into being a market researcher in the healthcare industry by day. He lives in Manassas, VA with his wife Melissa (who appears as James Saylor's wife in
Shotgun Mythos and is regularly involved in the DC area theatre scene as well) and their beagle, Gwen.