Jeremy has had a long and varied career in musical theatre which was kicked off with his portrayal of Buddy in, The Buddy Holly Story. He went on to play Mike Connor in the Melbourne Theatre Company’s hit production of High Society, followed by Gordon/Frost’s, Hello Dolly! in which he played Cornelius Hackle. He then played Oscar Lindquist in David Atkins’, Sweet Charity. Jeremy has played rock legend, John Lennon twice! Once for the Elizabethan Theatre Trust in Lennon – The Music, The Legend and again, taking over the role from John Waters in his absorbing one man tribute show, Looking Through A Glass Onion.
Most recently Jeremy recreated for the stage, Hugo Weaving’s famous role of Tick in Priscilla Queen of the Desert – the Musical, which became the highest grossing Australian musical of all time. His book, Year of the Queen, the extraordinary tale of how Priscilla made it to the stage has recently been released on ebooks.
For Melbourne Theatre Company he’s performed in Company as well as the David Williamson classic, The Club. For Playbox, The Call and Miss Tanaka, and for the Sydney Theatre Company, Stones In His Pockets. Other plays include Glynn Nicholas’ hilarious, Certified Male, Stalking Matilda for Theatre@Risk and All Het Up at Chapel Off Chapel.
Jeremy was a regular on the breakthrough ABC drama series, M.D.A. as well as leading the charge to distant planets in the ABC’s hit children’s drama, Silver Sun. He was also a regular on Ten Network’s Horrace and Tina, Disney’s, Crash Zone II, and has guest starred in many Australian T.V. staples such as; City Homicide, Satisfaction, Blue Heelers, Stingers, Neighbours, A Country Practice and most recently, has been filming ABC 3’s children’s comedy series, The Worst Year of My Life, Again.
In 2009, Jeremy founded a film production company, Storybox Films and directed, co-wrote and co-produced his award winning first feature film, The Sunset Six which was released in New Zealand and Australia in 2013.