Jeremy Childs

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Jeremy Childs
Born Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Occupation Film, stage actor, writer

Jeremy Childs is an American actor and writer from Nashville, Tennessee.

Biography[edit]

Childs gained wide recognition as prisoner Cutbush, in the 2001 movie The Last Castle alongside Robert Redford and James Gandolfini.[1] He featured prominently in the 2012 mystery drama film Deadline.

Childs produced and starred in the horror film "Closer To God" http://www.closertogodmovie.com where he played a genetic scientist and garnered much critical praise.

Childs was featured prominently in the film Country Strong with Tim McGraw and Gwyneth Paltrow.

He is brother to actor Josh Childs, with whom he appeared in the films Prism,[2] and Netherbeast Incorporated.[3]

Childs wrote and has performed in the comedy play Vampire Monologues, which played to a full house in Nashville on Halloween 2002 and 2004.[4] Childs has also had considerable roles in various local and regional stage productions.

Childs was also in the music video for "Hear Me Now" by Framing Hanley playing as the priest as well as the music video for "Unbreakable" by the band "Fireflight".

Childs played the role of Albert in the television series Nashville.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Official The Last Castle Website, Dreamworks LLC. Retrieved September 3, 2008
  2. ^ Official Prism Website, Retrieved September 3, 2008
  3. ^ Official Netherbeast Incorporated Website, Ronalds Brothers Productions. Retrieved September 3, 2008
  4. ^ Vampire Monologues Publisher's Website, Summerwind Productions. Retrieved September 3, 2008

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