Jeremy Kruse is an actor, published playwright, published writer, filmmaker and producer. He has been involved in numerous plays, sketch comedy shows, independent films, commercials and televisions spots in New York, Los Angeles and Chicago. His book, The Young Actor’s Handbook (Applause Theatre and Cinema Books) was published in 2017. His documentary film, Lee Strasberg’s Method, was an official selection at the SOHO International Film Festival NYC. Anti-narrative Number 4, his short film, won the "Director's Choice" award at the San Francisco International Festival of Short Films. Lockers, the play he wrote for young people in middle school and early high school, is published by Dramatic Publishing and has been produced in the United States and abroad. Jeremy taught Method Acting, Acting for TV and Film, Improvisation, Acting for Independent Films, Creating Your Own Work, Sketch Comedy Writing and Sketch Comedy Performance at The Lee Strasberg Theatre and Film Institute. Kruse graduated from the Lee Strasberg Theater Institute at New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts where he majored in drama. Jeremy lives in Brooklyn and Los Angeles with his wife and daughter.
Anti-narrative Number 4
Film (short) Actor, Writer, Director, Editor
Director's Choice - San Francisco International Festival of Short Films
New York University