Jeremy Lindsay Taylor

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Jeremy Lindsay Taylor
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Born (1973-09-19) 19 September 1973 (age 41)
Sydney, Australia
Alma mater Newington College
University of Newcastle
Occupation Actor
Years active 1995 to present

Jeremy Lindsay Taylor (born Sydney, 19 September 1973) is an Australian actor.[1]

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He finished his education at Newington College in 1991 and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree, with a major in drama and sociology, from the University of Newcastle. Whilst at Newington College Jeremy gained the reputation as a great cricketer, particularly a fearsome fast bowler. At the time this caused some light hearted sibling rivalry with his older brother Mark who considered himself a fast bowler but was a conservative 20 km/h slower.

Acting career[edit]

He is known for his long-running role as Kurt Peterson in Heartbreak High. Since then he has appeared in Something in the Air, McLeod's Daughters, Stingers and Blue Heelers. In 2006, he guest-starred in the Doctor Who audio adventure The Reaping. Taylor appeared in the feature films Tom White and Em4Jay and Bad Bush. His theatre credits include the Melbourne Theatre Company's Take Me Out. In 2007, Taylor co-starred with Lisa McCune, Ian Stenlake, Saskia Burmeister, John Batchelor, Matt Holmes, Jay Ryan, Kristian Schmid, Kirsty Lee Allan, and David Lyons in the hit Australian drama Sea Patrol. He portrayed Petty Officer Pete Tomaszewski ("Buffer") in 39 episodes from 2007–2009.[2] Taylor joined the cast of Canal Road in Series 1, Episode 9 as Cain Harvey in 2008. In 2009, he appeared the UK.TV mini-series False Witness. He starred in Underbelly: Razor on the Nine Network and in Network Ten's Bikie Wars: Brothers in Arms. In 2012, Taylor starred in Network Ten's Australian coming of age series Puberty Blues as Martin Vickers[3] and he will return to the show for a second series in 2014.[4] In 2013 he appeared in HBO Asia's Serangoon Road.

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