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An Interview with Baron Jay, Star and Producer of The Condo

by Mike Haberfelner

December 2017

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Your new movie The Condo - in a few words, what is it about, and what can you tell us about your character in it?


The movie The Condo is about a group of married guys that take their girlfriends to the condo to have a little fun but get busted by their wives. My character is a real estate agent that needs and wants the best of both worlds. He wants his commission and allowance.


What did you draw upon to bring your character to life, and honestly, how much of Baron Jay can we find in Duke?


I was able to bring my character to life by being in the moment and reacting in the moment. Baron Jay is similar to Duke that he is a entrepreneur and married.


How did you get involved with the project in the first place, and how did you end up on the production side of things as well?


I came up with idea of the movie The Condo. I am the producer that birthed the movie and I had the help of many others once I gave the movie life... Michael Joseph who is an actor/producer in the film and really assisted in post production phase of the movie. The movie was stuck in post production and Mike came along and made it happen


Do talk about The Condo's brand of humour, and to what extent can you identify with its style of comedy?


The Condo style and brand of humour is unique and different from anything I have seen.


A few words about The Condo's writers Bill Dumas and Bill Morroni, and what was working with them like?


Working with Bill Morroni was amazing. I worked with him on the Safe House, which he directed and wrote and I starred in... Bill Morroni brought Bill Dumas on board. Bill Dumas directed one scene in The Condo and also did a cameo. He was the guy that murdered the couple in the beginning of the movie.


What were the challenges of making The Condo from a producer's point of view?


No challenges only opportunities. One opportunity was post production. We had 3 different editors on the project... the third editor was a charm. Nikki Swarm our editor was amazing, I look forward to working with her again. Thank YOU Nikki Swarm.


What can you tell us about The Condo's director James Cullen Bressack [James Cullen Bressack interview - click here], and what was your collaboration like?


I am happy James Cullen Bressack came on board to direct, he brings so much to the table as if it was Thanksgiving dinner. James and I have Deadly Reunion in post production right now which will be out in 2018. James and I need to talk to see what film we are doing next.


Do talk about The Condo's key cast, and as producer, how much of a say did you have in the casting process?


I hired the key cast before James Cullen came on board.  James was responsible for bringing on our lead Jackie Moore [Jackie Moore interview - click here] my mistress in the movie.


A few words about the shoot as such, and the on-set atmosphere?


The atmosphere was fun, cool and laid back on the set. We did not want the shoot to end. We wanted more....the cast was talking about ideas for the “The Condo” part 2 and other film projects because the process and energy level was high.


Anything you can tell us about audience and critical reception of The Condo yet?


No. I have not looked at any reviews on the film but when I tell people about it... they love plot line.


Any future projects you'd like to share?


I am producing two films and starring in both, the first one is All for Love (music-based drama): Facing rejection and betrayal from all all angles, a talented producer must set his priorities straight and regain his love for making music if he ever wants to catch his big break in the industry. The second film is Contingency Plan (thriller): A young investment banker wakes up to find he’s trapped inside his condo with a mysterious masked man that is determined to obtain information from him that he isn’t even aware of. Thirdly, I am raising capital for a film fund.


with Jackie Moore in The Condo

What got you into acting in the first place, and did you receive any formal training on the subject?


Acting is something I wanted to do since I was in elementary school. I participated in plays in elementary, middle and high school. I participated in the Detroit Council of the Arts Summer Program when I was in middle school - you need to be in high school but my father knew someone and got me in. I was the youngest student in the program and we performed in front of 500 people at the Masonic Temple in Detroit, Michigan. I have taken several acting classes with different teachers when in landed in Los Angeles. I did not study acting in school. I also learned by being on set as a stand-in, photo double, background actor and studying actors in movies.


How would you describe yourself as an actor, and some of your techniques to bring your characters to life?


I describe myself as the very best of American manhood and a love letter written in secret code. The techniques I use to bring my characters to life are being in moment, reacting in the moment and the Meisner technique.


Your favourite movies? And of course, films you really deplore?


Some of my favorite movies include Malcom X, The Apartment, 12 Angry Men, How to Marry a Millionaire and Rocky. I don’t focus on what I don’t like... I focus on what I like.


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Anything else you're dying to mention and I have merely forgotten to ask?


I want everyone that reads this to pray for my strength for my personal plan to fit into God's external plan.


Thanks for the interview!


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