Gay Secret Agent 009

Meet Jayson Bend 009, The World’s First Gay Secret Agent

Davis croppedThe Iris Prize Festival, an annual gay film festival in Cardiff, UK, has announced its opening film.

And what a film it is! Meet Jayson Bend, the world’s first gay secret agent…

The full-length feature film, Jayson Bend: Queen and Country, follows the handsome Agent Bend as he uncovers an evil plot by a hair product tycoon.

Agent Bend is played by London-based Canadian actor, Davis Brooks – we’ve done a bit of digging and found some pictures of his totally hot bod. Let’s hope there are some ‘action’ scenes in the movie!

The Iris Prize Festival is unique in that it’s the only festival of its kind to allow the festival winner to make a new film, with £25,000 ($41,600) toward production costs.

The festival isn’t until October, but here’s the trailer to keep you going until then:

Here are some more shots of Davis Brooks/Jayson Bend in action…






Here he is a bit naked during a recent stage show!




Matt Carter, who directed the film said: “I’m delighted and thrilled that Jayson Bend: Queen and Country has been chosen as the opening film for the prestigious Iris Prize Festival. It’s wonderful that all the hard work put into making the film has paid off. October is looking to be an exciting month!”

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  • randalaw

    The trailer makes the movie look interesting and fun, and Mr. Brooks certainly is strikingly handsome. However, no fashion conscious gay man–especially one who drives a car like that–is going to buy his suits at WalMart. The puckered seams are a dead giveaway. Let’s put a little more money into wardrobe for the sequel.

  • NG22

    Aston Martin Vanquish…getting a bit old, but very nice.

  • BritAus

    Urgh. A parody full of gay clichés. NEXT.

  • BritAus

    Also surprised EON hasn’t sued the producers

  • TVC 15

    Oh, why not?

  • stranded

    @BritAus: @BritAus:
    I kind of agree. I would have preferred if it was it’s own identity. From the trailer, nothing about the movie seemed like it was a parody, just the name, “Bend” really? It felt, like since this is gay-James Bond he shouldn’t fight a legitimate villain so let’s make the bad guy an evil cosmetic corporation executive. wtf does cosmetics have to do with being gay or gay themed? I’m probably too sensitive. Actually I have no doubt, i’m too sensitive, lol.

  • BritAus

    I’ve just read another article where the Bond Producers and MGM are sueing NBCUniversal for a script titled ‘Section 6’ which apparently has a character that is a British Secret Agent with a 00 number. Why isn’t this guy getting a rap across the knuckles? He’s even ripped off the title font.

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