Jeremy Strong

Jeremy Strong

Highest Rated: 99% Selma (2014)

Lowest Rated: 14% The Romantics (2010)

Birthday: Dec 25, 1978

Birthplace: Boston, Massachusetts, USA

Jeremy Strong was an American actor born on December 25, 1978 in Boston, Massachusetts. While studying English at Yale University, Strong performed in some plays, and upon graduating, studied at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in London and the Steppenwolf Theatre Company in Chicago. He made his Broadway debut in 2008 as part of a production of "A Man for All Seasons." The same year, he debuted in film with the starring role in "Humboldt County" (2008) and an appearance in M. Night Shyamalan's "The Happening" (2008). Strong made his television debut in 2011 as a recurring character on "The Good Wife" (CBS, 2009-2016), and reappeared through 2013. Strong began his string of roles in critically acclaimed films based on true stories as Abraham Lincoln's secretary and biographer in Steven Spielberg's "Lincoln" (2012). He also appeared in Kathryn Bigelow's "Zero Dark Thirty" (2012) and played Lee Harvey Oswald in "Parkland" (2013). Strong acted opposite Robert Downey Jr. in "The Judge" (2014) and played James Reeb, a pastor and civil rights activist murdered by white segregationists during the Selma marches, in "Selma" (2014). In 2015, he appeared in the Boston-centric "Black Mass" (2015) in an uncredited role and landed a part in "The Big Short" (2015). As part of the cast of "The Big Short," Strong was nominated for a Screen Actor's Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture. It also marked his fourth appearance in a film nominated for an Academy Award for Best Picture in as many years, preceded by "Lincoln," "Zero Dark Thirty," and "Selma." In 2016, Strong joined "Masters of Sex" (Showtime, 2013-16) as a recurring character for its final season, and the next year, reteamed with Kathryn Bigelow for "Detroit" (2017). He also appeared in Aaron Sorkin's "Molly's Game" (2017)  and joined the main cast of drama series "Succession" (HBO, 2018), executive produced by comedy giants Will Ferrell and Adam McKay.

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Highest Rated Movies

Filmography

Movies

Credit
90% 91% The Trial of the Chicago 7 Jerry Rubin (Character) - 2020
75% 84% The Gentlemen Matthew (Character) $36.5M 2020
20% 30% Serenity Reid Miller (Character) $8.5M 2019
81% 84% Molly's Game Dean Keith (Character) $28.7M 2017
82% 79% Detroit Attorney Lang (Character) $16.8M 2017
No Score Yet No Score Yet Beat Street Fredrick McAllister (Character) - 2016
88% 88% The Big Short Vinny Daniel (Character) $70.2M 2015
99% 86% Selma James Reeb (Character) $52.1M 2014
80% 42% Time Out of Mind Jack (Character) $162.3K 2014
49% 72% The Judge Dale Palmer (Character) $2.7M 2014
50% 47% Parkland Lee Harvey Oswald (Character) $652.4K 2013
91% 80% Zero Dark Thirty Thomas (Character) $95.7M 2012
No Score Yet 30% See Girl Run Brandon (Character) - 2012
86% 75% Robot & Frank Jake (Character) $3.3M 2012
14% 21% The Romantics Pete (Character) $103.3K 2010
No Score Yet 91% Contact High Carlos (Character) - 2009
60% 59% Humboldt County Peter (Character) $81.4K 2008
17% 24% The Happening Private Auster (Character) $64.5M 2008
No Score Yet No Score Yet Entherance Online Walen (Character) - 2006

TV

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No Score Yet 33% The Late Late Show With James Corden Guest 2020
No Score Yet No Score Yet Extra Guest 2020
No Score Yet 88% Succession Kendall Roy (Character) 2018-2019
84% 87% Masters of Sex Unknown (Guest Star) 2016
66% 80% Mob City Unknown (Guest Star) 2013
93% 92% The Good Wife Matt Becker (Guest Star) 2013 2011
90% 70% Nashville Unknown (Guest Star) 2013
No Score Yet No Score Yet FREE HBO: Succession Kendall Roy (Character)

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