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Jeremy London

Mallrats, Mallbrats, Party of Five, 7th Heaven
Celebrity Hall, Bay Center 2nd Floor

Jeremy London was born in San Diego, California, but raised in small towns in both Texas and Oklahoma. Jeremy began acting on stage at the age of 17, where he impressively portrayed the leading role in The Music Man and fell in love with performing. Jeremy began auditioning and forced his twin brother Jason to attend an audition with him. Jason who ended up winning the leading role The Man in the Moon (1991) starring Reese Witherspoon in her feature film debut.

But Jeremy went on to success of his own soon after starring along Sam Waterston in the critically acclaimed series I’ll Fly Away (1991), which won an Emmy for Best Drama. Jeremy followed the series with another popular role as the handsome Griffin Holbrook alongside Neve Campbell in the hit series Party of Five (1994).

In 1995, Jeremy attained cult status, starring as TS Quint, alongside Jason Lee, Shannon Doherty and Claire Forlani in writer/drirector Kevin Smith’s Mallrats (1995). Jeremy continued to work, including a serious role in Gods and Generals (2003) playing Civil War Captain Sandy Pendleton, where he held his own alongside heavyweights such as Robert Duvall.
He also played Chandler Hampton on the popular series 7th Heaven from 2002-2004.

Jeremy’s hard work hasn’t gone unnoticed, as he has received three People’s Choice Awards, and three Telly awards for his directing debut of the documentary Secrets Through the Smoke (2001). Jeremy’s genuine personality has earned him a long career in Hollywood. Starting as teen heartthrob, Jeremy has made the impressive transition into a respected career not only as an actor with a slew of roles under his belt and many more ahead but has also successfully segued into directing, writing, and producing his own films.

His feature film directorial debut is the thriller The Devil’s Dozen (2013) and proved he is a skilled director and will be directing many more films in the future.

London has also been announced as returning as T.S. Quint in Kevin Smith's Mallrats 2, which begins filming in 2016.