Born and raised in Huntington, NY, Jeremy was inspired to act at the early age of 7 after his first glimpse of Robert Zemeckis’ imaginative Back to the Future. Theatre camp, voice classes, high school plays and studying theatre at the University of Delaware (PTTP) were a warm up before moving to LA . Summers off from college, Jeremy shacked up on his older brother’s couch in LA working full-time unpaid internships with major talent agencies & production companies while earning what he could at 5 am shifts at Starbucks. One month after college graduation, Jeremy settled full time in LA and nabbed consecutive production jobs at Paramount Studios. Soon after, he set out to follow his original inspiration, acting.
Within the first couple of years, he nabbed his features includes including the Oscar & Golden Globe winning Letters From Iwo Jima (2006), directed by Clint Eastwood, the Sundance feature films Save Me (2007) with Judith Light and Good Dick (co-producer, 2008) starring Jason Ritter. He also played alongside Amy Adams in the independent film Moonlight Serenade. Jeremy continuously to guest stars and recurs on many television in shows such as Devious Maids, Grey’s Anatomy, The Mentalist, How I Met Your Mother, CSI, Bones, Castle, CSI:NY, Desperate Housewives, Veronica Mars, Angel and many more, including a slew of top commercials campaigns.
Jeremy is no stranger to the stage. He has worked with the Broadway cast of The Little Dog Laughed along side Johnny Gilecki and Julie White, whom won the Tony for her role. Jeremy was honored with The LA Weekly Award for Best Male Comedy Performance for his role in Block Nine. Other theatre credits include A Picture of Dorian Gray (Boston Court), You Can’t Take It With You (Anteaus), Anaconda, Anything, 7 Redneck Cheerleaders, The Sand Storm and the self-produced Scooter Thomas Makes It to the Top of the World and remains as a company member of The Elephant Theatre Company and Improvatorium in Los Angeles.
Philanthropy and giving back is also a passion of Jeremy’s by raising money and doing triathlons and marathons for APLA, performing with The Art of Elysium at the Children’s Hospital of Los Angeles, Anti-Bullying Campaigns for OneMeaning’s “Stand-Up for Love” and The Friend Movement’s “The New F Word”. He created and self-producing FEED THE LOVE, a one night vaudvillian variety benefit show (including Casey Wilson, Fortune Feimster and Garfunkel & Oates) to raise money and awareness for the LA Regional Food Bank and the global documentary Every Three Seconds.