ACTOR / PRODUCER / DIRECTOR
Jeremy has started a new adventure in his career as an artist. We here at StrangeLand Oddities will be assisting Jeremy in his artistic work as well as his film work for all kinds of conventions, film festivals, art shows and much more
Jeremy Michael London and his twin brother Jason London were born in San Diego, California, and were raised in Oklahoma and DeSoto, Texas. Jeremy was the first of the two to start auditioning, but it was Jason who nabbed the first role in the movie The Man in the Moon (1991). Jason also got a role in the dramatic series I’ll Fly Away (1991), starring alongside Sam Waterston, but had to turn it down because of another job. So Jeremy auditioned for the role and got it instead. Jeremy has blue-green eyes and brown hair.
Jeremy London and his twin brother Jason London were born in San Diego, California, but were raised in small towns in both Texas and Oklahoma. Jeremy began acting on stage at the age of seventeen, where he impressively portrayed the leading role in The Music Man and fell in love with performing. Jeremy was the first of the two to start auditioning and forced Jason to attend an audition with him and it was Jason who ended up nabbing a role. A leading role The Man in the Moon (1991) starring Reese Witherspoon in her feature film debut. Jeremy went on to success of his own soon after starring along Sam Waterston in the dramatic series I’ll Fly Away (1991), which was a critically acclaimed series garnering an Emmy award for Best Drama.
Jeremy went to fame as not only a serious actor with an undeniably bright future starring in other projects such as the cult comedy Mallrats (1995) directed by Kevin Smith and even had a role in the popular nineties series Party of Five (1994) as the handsome Griffin Holbrook alongside Neve Campbell. Jeremy has proved a serious actor with the ability to take risks in such films as Gods and Generals (2003) effortlessly stepping into the role of Civil War Captain Sandy Pendleton, where he held his own alongside heavyweights such as Robert Duvall. Jeremy hard hasn’t gone unnoticed he has received three People’s Choice Awards, and three Telly awards for his directing debut of the Documentary Secrets Through the Smoke (2001) Jeremy’s genuine personality has earned him a long career in Hollywood. Starting as teen heartthrob, Jeremy has made the impressive transition into a respected career not only as an actor with a slew of roles under his belt and many more ahead but has also successfully segued into directing, writing, and producing his own films. His feature film directorial debut of the brilliant thriller The Devil’s Dozen (2013) proved he is a skilled director and will be directing many more films in the future.
SOME ROLES YOU MAY HAVE SEEN JEREMY IN ARE:
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