Jeremy Strong, actor

Jeremy was trained at Yale, The Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, and Chicago’s Steppenwolf Theatre Company. As a Leonore Annenberg Fellow, Jeremy began to build a larger and more diverse audience for his work. He had pivotal roles in the Broadway production of Robert Bolt’s classic A Man for All Seasons; in the Off-Broadway production of Theresa Rebeck’s new satire Our House, and the lead role in the LCT3 production of a new play, The Coward, for which he received a Lortel nomination for Best Actor; and a lead role in the movie Robot & Frank, which also starred Susan Sarandon, Liv Tyler, Peter Saarsgard, Jeremy Sisto, and James Marsden. After participating in numerous workshops and readings, and auditioning in Los Angeles, he branched out from his theater-based work to film, playing opposite Katie Holmes, Anna Paquin, Elijah Wood, and Adam Brody, among others, in The Romantics. He played an aide to the sixteenth President in Lincoln; he performed as Thomas in Zero Dark Thirty; and he appeared as Lee Harvey Oswald in Parkland. His most recent films include Time Out of Mind with Richard Gere, The Judge with Robert Downy, Jr. and Robert Duvall, Selma with Tim Roth and Cuba Gooding, Jr., Black Mass with Johnny Depp.

 

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