Originally from Detroit, graduated cum laude in Painting and Comparative Literature from Columbia University in New York and trained at the Actor’s Studio with Barbara Poitier, Arthur Penn and Andre Gregory. He has trained with Earl Mosely at the Alvin Ailey Dance Center in New York, Sasha Waltz, Jordi Cortes, Frey Faust, Ivan Wolfe and Curt Hayworth. He plays capoeira/Angola with mestre João Grande, mestre Laércio and mestre Moraes in Brazil, New York and Europe. In 1998 he was part of the Forum for Young Theater Artists at the Berlin Theater Festival and in 2000 received a Fulbright Grant to develop the company Cabula6 in Barcelona. He was artist-in-residence at General Eléctrica in Barcelona where, with Cabula6, he created “The Love Project” and, more recently, “eixam”. In 2003, along with Claudia Heu, he was commissioned by the Tanzquartier in Vienna to create the audio-tour and theater piece “Trace”, as part of their Factory season. “Trace” has premiered in New York city, Bucharest, Vienna and Salzburg as part of the Sommerszene. At the end of 2005, he took part in Tanzquartier’s “Rent An Angel” project and for 2006 Cabula6 has been invited to take part in the Advancing Performing Arts Project (APAP), a European Union project to take place in 6 theaters across Europe. Cabula6 has performed in the United States, Spain, Holland, Austria, Germany and Serbia. Their latest project, “Café Bon Bon”, was developed in residency at the Choreographic Center in Linz and premiered at the Austrian Dance Platform and Tanzquartier Wien in 2006. As an actor and dancer, Jeremy has worked with Esther Balfe and Tanztheater Wien, Lawine_Torrèn, Laroque Dance Company, Cia. Diagonal, Cataracts, Jay Scheib, The Onno Theater and at the Maxim Gorki Theater in Berlin under the direction of Stephan Mueller. In the United States, he has worked, among others, at the California Shakespeare Festival, Virginia Shakespeare Festival, and Drama League in New York. He has shot several feature films including Brad Anderson’s “The Machinist”, as well as TV series for the BBC in London, TV3 in Barcelona, and “Law and Order” in the States.