Jeremy discusses his acting career in Kabookit's 'Success Story' series.
Jeremy films the role of an unusual devotee in Her, directed by Spike Jonze and starring Joaquin Phoenix.
Stan Lee's Time Jumper
Jeremy provides voices for an animated new-media series from Disney.
Pigeonhole, a short film written by Jeremy, wins an A.R.T. Lab Grant.
Screenings of Fell, Jumped or Pushed, a comedy feature co-starring and co-written by Jeremy:
Victoria Film Festival, British Columbia
DIY Film Festival
Newport Beach Film Festival
deadCENTER Film Festival
International Film Festival, England
Seattle True Independent Film Festival
*wins best mockumentary
Os Internasjonale Film Festival, Norway
West Hollywood Film Festival
*selected as opening film
Washougal International Film Festival
*wins best feature
Cine Gear Expo
Accolade Film Awards
Sacramento Film & Music Festival
Tacoma Film Festival
*selected as opening film
The Odd Couple
'The Birthday Party' - Jeremy sings a cappella with Felix in an awkward college reunion.
Hot in Cleveland
'Family Affair' - Jeremy plays a volatile diner manager.
'Do Her/Don't Do Her' - Jeremy guest-stars as a cross dressing priest on the season finale.
Off the Map
'There's a Lot to Miss About the Jungle' - In the serties finale, Jeremy plays a dad biking across South America with his family.
'The Winds' - Jeremy plays a shifty defense attorney.
Grey's Anatomy - 10 Episodes:
'The Heart of the Matter' - While some of the interns might think intubation involves a tuba, Ron the E.R. Resident, (a.k.a. "McTall&Leany") knows better.
'Let the Angels Commit' - Ron learns that it takes more than a latte to impress Christina.
'Time Has Come Today' - Ron helps launch the season premiere by passing off a patient with the bubonic plague before returning to the 21st century.
'Deterioration of the Fight or Flight Response' - In the season finale, television's lankiest ER Resident reluctantly cedes control of the trauma room to Christina, but not before launching yet another glare from his mighty glare arsenal.
'17 Seconds' - Ron brings Bailey & Christina up to speed on an unusual gun-shot victim.
'What Have I Done to Deserve This?' - Ron scolds Izzie before shooting her a glare so powerful that the lamps atop the Seattle Space Needle flicker.
'Break on Through' - Ron catches a patient in a compromising position.
'Bring the Pain' - Ron preps a gun-shot victim while cautioning the interns that Seattle's finest are watching. His wave soothes all.
'Make Me Lose Control' - Ron muses on a broken heart.
'Enough is Enough' - Fueled by his words on bowel obstruction, ratings soar.
A Christmas Carol at ANW
Othello at ANW
What's a Knucka? written by Rob Bell at Greenway Court Theater, directed by Tony nominee Kristin Hanggi and starring Pete Holmes.
Noises Off at ANW
Man of La Mancha at ANW
Henry V at ANW
Mrs. Warren's Profession at ANW
A Tale of Two Cities at ANW
Directs reading of No Man's Land at ANW
King Lear at ANW
The Imaginary Invalid at ANW
Read American Theatre's article on the production.
Arcadia at ANW
Directs reading of Misalliance at ANW
You Never Can Tell at ANW
All My Sons at ANW
A Flea in Her Ear at ANW
The Threepenny Opera at ANW
Directs reading of Woyzeck at ANW
Read an interview
The Tempest at ANW
Named Resident Artist at ANW
Macbeth at ANW
Endgame at ANW
Who Killed Marilyn? at Pasadena Playhouse's Hothouse series, directed by Kristin Hanggi
A Multicultural Identity Primer featuring Baratunde Thurston
November at the Mark Taper Forum, with Ed Begley jr. and Felicity Huffman
Twelfth Night at ANW
Listen to an interview here.
Measure for Measure at ANW
Touched at the King King, co-written and directed by Kristin Hanggi
Death of a Salesman at Classical Theatre Lab
Richard III at ANW
The Taming of the Shrew at ANW