|Height||6' (1.83 m)|
Mini Bio (1)
If talent takes you far in life then Jaylen Moore is a world-class traveler. A true triple threat known for his perilous acrobatic stunts & fighting style, versatile acting chops and comedic timing Moore is the epitome of today's "Action Hero and Renaissance Man" all in one.
Moore will be seen in a recurring lead role in the scripted series "Six," an eight-episode contemporary military action drama from A+E Studios and The Weinstein Company. "Six" follows the Navy SEAL Team Six, whose 2014 mission to eliminate a Taliban leader in Afghanistan goes awry when they uncover a U.S. citizen working with the terrorists.
He has amassed an impressive body of work in television and film. He will be seen in the upcoming "Bad Moms," and has appeared in hit films, such as "Hot Pursuit," "Man Down," "Tri," "Aztec Warrior," "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire," "Escape Plan," "Sons of Liberty," "Random," "Oblivion," "The Host," among many others. On the TV side, Moore has appeared in hit shows such as, CW's "The Originals," Fox's "Bones" " MTV's comedy film "Ladies Man: A Made Movie," six episodes of Conan's "Wolfboy" spoof of Taylor Lautner, and recurring roles in "Red Band Society" with Academy Award winner Octavia Spencer and Showtime's Emmy-winning drama, "Homeland" in the role of Eric Baraz.
A man of healthy living and discipline, he boasts extensive work in fitness training. This training has led to the chiseled physique that he sports and has equipped Moore with the agility and flexibility to perform his own stunts when needed.
Moore started his career in theatre where he studied at Chicago's Second City appearing in Ovation Award-winning musical "City Kid." It was also his where he met his wife, actress/screenwriter Britt Logan. He's the father of a beautiful daughter and speaks Dari and is conversational in Spanish, Arabic, and Pashtu
- IMDb Mini Biography By: Overdrive Public Relations, Inc.