Oct. 8th, 1969
Saugus, California, USA
Jeremy Davies' Main TV Roles
Main Movie Roles2010 - It's Kind of a Funny Story
2005 - Manderlay
2003 - Dogville
2003 - 29 Palms
2002 - Secretary
2002 - Solaris
2001 - CQ
2000 - Up at the Villa
2000 - The Million Dollar Hotel
1999 - Ravenous
1998 - Saving Private Ryan
1996 - Twister
1994 - Nell
1994 - Spanking the Monkey
Guest TV Roles
Jeremy Davies attended the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in Pasadena, California. While enrolled there, he began to win bit parts and small roles in TV series and movies. He broke in with a bit on an episode of Singer & Sons in 1990, then did two episodes of The Wonder Years, both in 1992, although in different seasons. He also had a bit role in Shoot First: A Cop's Vengeance, an NBC TV movie, and even guested in a pilot called 1775, a sitcom set in colonial days, as a Scruffy Kid. Among the few substantial roles of his was co-starring as a youth in Gun Crazy, a Showtime thriller, as well as a guest appearance on Melrose Place.
In 1993, Davies was cast in a TV commercial for Subaru in which his "character" compares the car to punk rock. The commercial was noticed by numerous casting directors and industry forces. Soon after, Davies found himself being sent feature film scripts.
- Has an older brother, Josh, who is an Air Force pilot. Has a younger brother named Zachary, and younger sister named Katy. Parents were divorced.
- Born in Saugus, California. He lived in Traverse City, Michigan in early childhood, and moved to Kansas with his mother after his parents' divorce. His mother contracted Lupus, and died from complications. After his mother's death, in the mid 70's, he went to live with his father and step-mother in Santa Barbara, California. They then moved to Rockford, Iowa in '85 or '86.
- Attended American Academy of Dramatic Arts in Pasadena, CA
- Dated 'Drew Barrymore (I)' (qv) and 'Milla Jovovich' (qv).