Detective Shay Played by David Meunier

A decorated, veteran, no-nonsense, cynical cop who is investigating the strange occurrences surrounding Damien.

David Meunier

David Meunier (pronounced: mun-yay) has brought to life some of the most memorable and controversial characters audiences have loved to hate in recent years.

Born and raised in Oregon, Meunier left his hometown soon after graduating from high school. He thought he might study graphic art in college but instead, he spent the next seven years attending four different schools in Santa Barbara, California and France where he earned degrees in French and dramatic art literature. It was during that time that he was drawn to acting and chose to hone his craft through the theater. After performing in numerous stage productions in and around southern California - including the award-winning Santa Barbara production of Shakespeare's The Tempest and the world premiere of Castaway by the late Marjorie Kellogg (Tell Me That You Love Me, Junie Moon) - Meunier moved to Los Angeles in 1998 to begin his career in film and television.

His big break came when his appearance in Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End, the third installment of the epic Johnny Depp franchise, led to him meeting the producers of CBS' fan favorite, "Jericho." Although the show was short-lived, Meunier played the recurring role of Russell for two seasons. Since then, he has appeared in numerous film and television productions that have kept him happily busy and in demand for the past decade.

Through a multitude of roles, Meunier has proven himself to be quite the chameleon on both the big and small screens. As Slavi, the Russian mob boss, he's taken on Denzel Washington in Columbia Pictures' The Equalizer. In five seasons of FX's "Justified," he plotted revenge as the crippled, ever-nefarious Johnny Crowder. His seething portrayals as the psychotic Sergeant Will Strausser in J.J. Abrams' "Revolution," and as Roy Kovic, leader of an infamous biker gang in Charlie Manson's 1968 Los Angeles, for NBC's "Aquarius," demonstrate his versatility.

Meunier currently lives in Los Angeles with his wife, actress Faline England, and his black labradane Lucy.