Jeremy Glazer

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Jeremy Glazer
Born (1978-11-01) November 1, 1978 (age 41)
Years active1997–present

Jeremy Glazer (born November 1, 1978) is an American actor. He is best known for his roles in the films Letters From Iwo Jima, Save Me, In The Clouds and Rust Creek. Glazer has balanced his performances in big-budget blockbusters and independent films, theatre and television shows such as Modern Family, Grey's Anatomy, Castle and Desperate Housewives.

Early life[edit]

Glazer was born and raised in Huntington Station, New York on Long Island,[1] in a Jewish family alongside his older brother, Daniel Glazer, a former talent agent and now successful commercial real estate broker in New York. During his childhood summers he competed in many athletics at a sports camp in West Virginia. He attended Walt Whitman High School, South Huntington and was elected President of his class from sophomore to senior year, began performing in school theatre productions, competed in All County Chorus and played varsity tennis. His father, Roger Glazer and mother, Evelyn Cohen, are both retired health and physical education high school teachers.

Glazer attended the University of Delaware, majoring in Mass Communications and minoring in Theatre. During his summer semesters off from college, Glazer lived in Los Angeles to intern in the entertainment industry to see where in entertainment his feet would land. After learning the industry from interning at reputable talent agencies and production companies, he graduated from college with a bachelor's degree and moved to Los Angeles. He first worked as a production assistant at Paramount Pictures on such television shows as The Trouble With Normal, Spring Break Lawyer and Men, Women & Dogs. Glazer then jumped into acting.


He appeared in the film Letters from Iwo Jima which was directed by Clint Eastwood in 2006 and Save Me. He co-produced and appeared in Good Dick, which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in 2008. He has also appeared in Moonlight Serenade and When Do We Eat? playing a young Jack Klugman.

Glazer has made many appearances on the television shows Grey's Anatomy, Modern Family, The Fosters, CSI:NY, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Castle, Devious Maids, The Mentalist, Beauty & the Beast, Desperate Housewives, In Plain Sight, Veronica Mars, ER and Angel.

He won the LA Weekly Best Male Comedy Award for his leading role in Block Nine.[2] He worked along with the Broadway cast of The Little Dog Laughed and other theatre roles include playing both Dorian Gray and James Vane in A Picture of Dorian Gray at the Boston Court Theatre in Los Angeles, You Can't Take It With You at The Antaeus Theatre, The Sandstorm, 7 Redneck Cheerleaders and Anything with The Elephant Theatre Company.

Personal life[edit]

In November 2006, Greg Hernandez wrote in his column, "Out in Hollywood" in The Los Angeles Daily News that Glazer was actor Chad Allen's partner, both appearing in the film Save Me.[3] In October 2008, noted that Allen was Glazer's boyfriend.[4] In May 2009, photojournalist Bill Wilson wrote in the San Francisco Sentinel that when Allen accepted a GLAAD Media Award, he announced that he had met Glazer, his partner, exactly four years earlier. Jeremy Glazer and Chad Allen are no longer partners. They were together from 2005-2011.[5]


Type Year Title Role Episodes Notes
TV series 2002 Providence Chad "Gotcha"
TV series 2003 7th Heaven Howard Goodman "The One Thing"
TV series 2004 Angel Lawyer "A Hole in the World"
TV series 2004 ER Med Student David "NICU"
Film 2005 When Do We Eat? Young Artur
Film 2006 Letters from Iwo Jima Marine Lieutenant
Short film 2007 Girl Camp Parishioner 25 minutes
Film 2007 Save Me Trey
TV series 2007 Veronica Mars George "Debasement Tapes"
TV series 2008 Eli Stone Derek "The Humanitarian"
"Happy Birthday, Nate"
Film 2008 Good Dick Café Patron also co-producer
TV series 2008 Numb3rs Clayton Caswell "Frienemies"
TV series 2009 Cold Case Steve Wiegen "Mind Games"
TV series 2009 In Plain Sight Avi Rosenzweig / Andy Roth "Aguna Matatala"
Film 2009 The Last Resort Jeremy
Short film 2009 Moon Lake Casino Rex - Sailor 22 minutes
Film 2009 Moonlight Serenade Gary
TV series 2010 Days of Our Lives Jeff Shields 2 episodes
TV series 2010 How I Met Your Mother Bruce "The Wedding Bride"
TV series 2010 Victorious Paul "Stage Fighting"
TV series 2011 Castle Nick Keller "Law & Murder"
TV series 2011 CSI: NY Mr. Booker "Do or Die"
TV series 2011 Desperate Housewives Geoffrey Mathers "Suspicion Song"
TV series 2012 Beauty & the Beast Michael Walters "Saturn Returns"
TV series 2012 Bones Ben "The Warrior in the Wuss"
TV series 2012 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation David Winnock "Homecoming"
"Karma to Burn"
TV series 2012 Fetching Chris "Animal Attraction"
TV series 2012 The Mentalist Steve Berman "If It Bleeds, It Leads"
TV series 2012 The Young and the Restless Jeremy 3 episodes
TV series 2013 Devious Maids Zach Fowler "Getting Out the Blood"
Short film 2013 Four Brothers. Or Three. Wait ... Three. Jeremy 5 minutes
Film 2014 Playing It Cool New Guy
Film 2014 In The Clouds Oliver
TV series 2015 Grey's Anatomy Drew Hawkins "All I Could Do Was Cry"
Film 2016 Salt Water Sean aka Red Hat
TV Mini-series 2016 These People Josh
Video Game 2016 Uncharted 4 Additional Voices
TV series 2016 This Isn't Working Frank "A Very Special Episode"
TV movie 2016 My Christmas Love Grant
Film 2018 Rust Creek Nick Katz
TV series 2018 The Fosters Jeff Stolland "Makeover"
TV series 2018 Modern Family Kieran "Torn Between Two Lovers"
TV series 2019 The Good Fight Avery Ward “The One Inspired by Roy Cohn”
TV series 2019 9-1-1 (TV series) Ben Watson “Christmas Spirit”
Film 2019 Samir Daniel Hirshler


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  3. ^ Hernandez, Greg (November 27, 2006). "Save Me by Chad Allen, Robert Gant and Judith Light makes Sundance". Out in Hollywood. The Los Angeles Daily News. Archived from the original on March 14, 2012. Retrieved October 6, 2011.
  4. ^ Hartinger, Brent (October 19, 2008). "Gay Celebrity Boyfriends!". Retrieved November 29, 2008.
  5. ^ Wilson, Bill (May 10, 2009). "On the Carpet at the GLAAD Media Awards – On Scene with Bill Wilson". San Francisco Sentinel. Archived from the original on October 12, 2013.

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