Jeremy is an actor and artist who lives in NYC.
He is represented by Innovative Artists, sits as a board member for Seven Stories Theatre Company, and has recently worked with It Matters Productions and The Crop Shoppe crew.
Recently, Jeremy starred and crewed in a short produced by New Mystics Films titled, 'We're Gonna Make Your Film.' He also crewed and did extra work for the short titled 'Real Dreams' produced by It Matters Productions and Ryan Metcalf.
Since moving to New York 3 years ago, Jeremy has narrated children's audio books for Random House Publishing, appeared in an off-off broadway production of 'The Orphan Train,' danced as Ren McCormick in a Footloose showcase at Riverside Church, and has work shopped original plays.
He began his life in the theatre at age 3. His father, a 25-year veteran of the professional theatre, began taking Jeremy with him to his creative drama workshops and play rehearsals early on.
In, 2005, Jeremy became a founding member and student of New Mystics Theatre Company and The Actors Playground School of Theatre. He began seriously studying acting while touring anti-bullying workshops and original social justice plays to his peers in the mid-Atlantic region. A second theatre company, Seven Stories, was formed in West Virginia in 2009 and with them he continued to tour original works.
Jeremy plans to continue his career as an actor professionally and ultimately move towards producing creative content.
Name: Jeremy Madia
Lives in: New York City, New York
Company: Innovative Artists, Seven Stories Theatre Company, New Mystics Films