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Directed by Spike Jonze


Time Jumper

Conceived by Stan Lee




Fell, Jumped or Pushed, a comedy feature co-starring and co-written by Jeremy.


Featured at:

-Victoria Film Festival

-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

-Vision Fest

-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 (CBS)

'The Birthday Party'

Felix's a cappella singing partner from college

Hot in Cleveland (TV Land)

'Family Affair'

Volatile diner manager


Weeds (Showtime)

'Do Her/Don't Do Her' 

Cross-dressing priest


Off the Map (ABC)

'There's a Lot to Miss About the Jungle'

Dad biking across South America with his family


Southland (TNT)

'The Winds' 

A shifty defense attorney


Grey's Anatomy (ABC)

Ron the E.R. Resident (a.k.a. "McTall&Leany") in 10 episodes:

'The Heart of the Matter' 


'Let the Angels Commit'


'Time Has Come Today'


'Deterioration of the Fight or Flight Response'

'17 Seconds'


'What Have I Done to Deserve This?'


'Break on Through'


'Bring the Pain' 


'Make Me Lose Control'


'Enough is Enough'

With A Noise Within:

-30+ plays...

-Selected as Resident Artist...

-Featured in American Theatre.

What's a Knucka? written by Rob Bell, directed by Kristin Hanggi and starring Pete Holmes.

Who Killed Marilyn? directed by Kristin Hanggi for Pasadena Playhouse's Hothouse series.


A Multicultural Identity Primer featuring

Baratunde Thurston.


November with Ed Begley jr. and Felicity Huffman at the Mark Taper Forum.

Touched co-written and directed by Kristin Hanggi.


Death of a Salesman at Classical Theatre Lab.


Broadway's Rock of Ages in L.A. & Las Vegas.

Toured the country and London in Julie Taymor's The King Stag.

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