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|Born:||May 17, 1985|
Jayson Patrick Blair, born May 17, 1984, is an American actor, known for his role as school bully Max Owens on the MTV sitcom, The Hard Times of RJ Berger. He portrayed Chris, a member of Vocal Adrenaline, in The Rhodes Not Taken.
He was born in Detroit, Michigan. Blair attended L'Anse Creuse High School-North in Macomb Township, Michigan, in which he played tennis. After graduating, he made appearance in commercials for Taco Bell, Pizza Hut and Honda Civic.
|2006||CSI: NY||'Y Monster'/Albert Linehart||(Oedipus Hex)|
|Convincing Benny||Checking Out Guy||short|
|2008||Hot Hot Los Angeles||Ty||(7 episodes)|
|2009||Murder Squad||Ryan Newcomb|
|Heroes||Young Nathan||(Chapter Three 'Acceptance')|
|Glee||Chris||(The Rhodes Not Taken)|
|My Date||Stephan||(Love Is Blind)|
|2010||Rizzoli & Isles||Brandon Lewis||(She Works Hard for the Money)|
|The Steamroom||God Squad Guy|
|The Hard Times of RJ Berger||Max Owens||2010 - 11 (24 episodes)|
|2011||Metro||Tom T.||TV Movie|
|The Protector||Frederick Ralston||(Safe)|
|Criminal Minds: Suspect Behavior||Mike||(Jane)|
|2012||The New Normal||Clay Clemmons||2012 - 13 (22 episodes)|
|Drop Dead Diva||Chase Black||(Jane's Getting Married)|
|The Closer||Paul Woods||(Fool's Gold)|
|Detention of the Dead||Brad|
|2 Broke Girls||Brendon||(And the Spring Break)|
|2013||In Sickness and in Health||Brian|
|Keep It Together||Chip||TV Movie|
|#Stuck||Rick The Promoter|
|2015||The Wrong Side of Right||Will Holloway|
- Jayson Blair plays a closeted gay bully jock in MTV's "The Hard Times of RJ Berger" just as Max Adler does in Glee. His character's name is Max.
- He has also shared a film with Max Adler (Detention of the Dead).
- He previously played Clay Clemmons on The New Normal (2012), until the show was axed after one season. Interestingly, this is another show in which Ryan Murphy has written for.
- He appeared in a film with Melissa Benoist (Whiplash).