Jay Leggett

Biography: Jay Leggett is known for his starring role in the new Spike TV show called Factory in which 4 guys live their daily lives as factory workers. He started by getting his degree in theater in the University of Wisconsin. After a while of going across the United States and as he settled in Chicago, he performed amazingly in the TV show Living color where he played different characters from episode to episode. He then made appearances in many TV shows like "Ally", "The Drew Carey Show", and "NYPD Blue".
What is interesting about Leggett is that he is not only an actor of his own class, he also is the producer in the show "Factory" and also the associate producer in the 2004 films "Employee of the Month" and Screenplay writer of "Without a Paddle." With such a resume as this, Leggett is one of the triple threats of the industry. He also created Los Angeles' "The Comedy Cocktail" which is one of the biggest comedic attractions there.
Being a Super-Sized actor he is leading the
Jay Leggett is known for his starring role in the new Spike TV show called Factory in which 4 guys live their daily lives as factory workers. He started by getting his degree in theater in the University of Wisconsin. After a while of going across the United States and as he settled in Chicago, he performed amazingly in the TV show Living color where he played different characters from episode to episode. He then made appearances in many TV shows like "Ally", "The Drew Carey Show", and "NYPD Blue".
What is interesting about Leggett is that he is not only an actor of his own class, he also is the producer in the show "Factory" and also the associate producer in the 2004 films "Employee of the Month" and Screenplay writer of "Without a Paddle." With such a resume as this, Leggett is one of the triple threats of the industry. He also created Los Angeles' "The Comedy Cocktail" which is one of the biggest comedic attractions there.
Being a Super-Sized actor he is leading the industry as such comedic actors such as Chris Farley, John Candy, George Wendt, and John Goodman have in the past opening up the world for big actors, writers, or producers. Not many individuals of his size are widely accepted and he is opening up the door to many more opportunities for such a crowd.
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Jay Leggett's Scores

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  • TV
Average career score: 29
Highest Metascore: 29 Without a Paddle
Lowest Metascore: 29 Without a Paddle
Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 0 out of 1
  2. Mixed: 0 out of 1
  3. Negative: 1 out of 1
1 movie review
Title: Year: Credit: User score:
29 Without a Paddle Aug 20, 2004 Screenplay 9.0