Jeremy Garrett (Jeremy Vincent Garrett)
BiographySan Diego, California, USA
Jeremy Garrett started his acting career in his early teens in his hometown of San Diego California and by the age of seventeen he had performed in several Theatrical productions at acclaimed venues including the La Jolla Playhouse and the Old Globe Theatre. Jeremy's theatrical background provided a strong artistic foundation which allowed him to quickly make the transition from the stage to the small screen. Read more... pursue a career in Hollywood where he would quickly sign with the William Morris Agency. After the global success of "Sweet Valley High" which was syndicated in over ninety countries, Jeremy had the opportunity to guest star in several successful television series including "Buffy the Vampire Slayer", and "Sabrina the Teenage Witch". In 1998 Jeremy won a lead role on the post civil war drama "Legacy" for Viacom. Upon series completion of "Legacy" Jeremy continued to guest star on television shows including "Jack and Jill", "Ally Mcbeal", "Joan of Arcadia", "NCIS", "Jack and Bobby", "Without a Trace", and "CSI Miami", where he starred opposite many gifted actors including Anne Hathaway, David Caruso, Joe Mantegna, Anthony LaPaglia, Jacqueline Bisset and Emmy Award winning Producers David E. Kelley, Clyde Phillips and Jerry Bruckheimer. Simultaneously, Jeremy wrote, directed and produced his first film "Osten and Lilla"; a short, featuring Justin Bartha and Eliza Dushku. In 2005 Jeremy went on to win the role of "Danny" in the comedy series pilot "Lies and the Wives we Tell Them To" for NBC, where he worked with an ensemble cast including Kyle Chandler, Martine McCutcheon, Ed Helms and Emmy Award winning director Gary Halvorson. In his free-time Jeremy enjoys traveling to Italy to visit his family, writing, and exploring his love of photography, architecture and design.