Layon is excited to be playing such an iconic figure. He would like to dedicate his performances to him and her. For more information on Lay... go to his website at www.LayonGray.com or follow his antics on instagram @LayonGray
is a native of Wilmington, NC and an alumni of UNC - Chapel Hill. He has performed in many of Layon Gray’s works in NYC
and throughout the US. Some Film/TV credits:
Law & Order, SVU, Golden Boy, Orange Is The New Black, The Americans, The Blacklist, FBI, Greta, The Post, and White House Plumbers. He is thankful for this opportunity.
GUS COLTON (SATURDAYS)
aka D-Black is known for his on-camera appearances in HARLEM, BLUE BLOODS, FBI: MOST WANTED, ORANGE IS THE NEW BLACK, DAREDEVIL, & WU-TANG: AN AMERICAN SAGA. His poem, “I Apologize”, has it over 10 million views on Facebook and is still climbing. He is also a 2018 AUDELCO award winner for the Best Dramatic Lead In A Play & was honored to be a part of the off-Broadway sensation Black Angels Over Tuskegee by Layon Gray.
REGGIE L. WILSON
Reginald L. Wilson, Silas, is from Tallahassee, Florida. Wilson arrived in NYC to intern with Woodie King Jr. and The New Federal Theatre. The following year he was awarded an AUDELCO Award (Lead Actor) for his performance as Levee in "Ma Rainey's Black Bottom”. He played Sugar Ray in the one man show Sugar Ray, written by Laurence Holder and directed by Woodie King Jr. The show was presented as Dinner Theatre at Harlem Besame Restaurant. Wilson received another AUDELCO AWARD (Best Solo Performance) for his portrayal of the iconic boxer. Other New York credits include “Blues for Mister Charlie,”” Stockholm Savings,” "Black Angels Over Tuskegee," "Haiti's Children of God," "The Whistle In Mississippi," and "The Meeting.” He was the Assistant Director for remount of "A Soldier's Play," which won 3 Audelco awards. He directed "Dearly Departed," at Mars Hill University and appeared as Xavier in Dominique Morisseau's “Pipeline” in Portland Oregon. Wilson has performed in three of Layon Gray’s plays; “Black Angels Over Tuskegee,” “Searching for Willie Lynch,” and “Cowboy”. This is Wilson’s second appearance in “Cowboy”. He played the role of Levi in Miami, Florida for M Ensemble Company and was awarded The Best Supporting Actor award from BroadwayWorld.com. He holds a BA in Theatre from Florida A&M University, and an MFA in Theater from University of Florida. Wilson is represented by Gabrielle Holder of Gill Talent Group.
Clinton originally comes from Washington DC. He has appeared in Layon Gray's Black Angels Over Tuskegee. A few other credits include: Manchild in the Promiseland, Maverick's, and A Crime To Remember-Beast with a Badge. He would like to thank Family and friends for their love and support.
CHARLES REUBEN KORNEGAY
GUS COLTON (SUNDAYS)
Charles was nominated for Best Supporting Actor for the role of Gus in 2021 by BroadwayWorld. He was last seen on stage in the M Ensemble’s production of THE DAHOMEY WARRIORS by Layon Gray, where he also received a nomination for Best Supporting Actor 2022 by BroadwayWorld. He has performed in the Negro Ensemble Company’s AUDELCO award winning production of A SOLDIER’S PLAY (Captain Davenport) and received an AUDELCO Award for Best Ensemble for his work in New Federal Theatre’s REAL BLACK MEN…
Next up is TWO TRAINS RUNNING and BOURBON At The BORDER in the Spring of 2023 with the M Ensemble in Miami!