Jeremy Davidson

Jeremy Davidson

Actor Jeremy Davidson has built a career of supporting parts in film and television series, as well as broadening his creative reach to write, produce, and direct the independent feature film "Tickling Leo." Davidson made early television appearances on such series as the quirky comedy "Strangers with Candy" and the long-running police drama "NYPD Blue." This led to his first recurring role, on the supernatural "Roswell," followed by his first feature part, as a Marine in the Nicolas Cage World War II picture "Windtalkers." One-off spots on TV shows and the occasional independent film role led to a regular run on the short-lived bank-heist series "The Kill Point." Davidson also landed a recurring part on the successful show about spouses in the military, "Army Wives," playing a sergeant who goes through a divorce. He has ranged from minor supporting bits, such as a Secret Service agent in the Angelina Jolie thriller "Salt," to more substantial parts, including a role on the family drama "Brothers & Sisters." In 2009, Davidson wrote and directed the dramatic feature "Tickling Leo," about a Jewish family (headed by screen icon Eli Wallach) divided by a tumultuous history, sharing the production chores with his wife, actress Mary Stuart Masterson.



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