Sisto on the set of Into Temptation (2009)
|Born||Jeremy M. Sisto
October 6, 1974
Grass Valley, California
|Spouse(s)||Marisa Ryan (m. 1993; div. 2002)
Addie Lane (m. 2009)
Jeremy Merton Sisto (born October 6, 1974) is an American actor. Sisto has had recurring roles as Billy Chenowith on the HBO series Six Feet Under and NYPD Detective Cyrus Lupo on Law & Order on television, and he also starred in the films Jesus, Clueless, Thirteen, and Wrong Turn. He starred as George Altman in the ABC sitcom Suburgatory.
Sisto was born in Grass Valley, California, the son of mother Reedy Gibbs, an actress and farmer, and father Richard "Dick" Sisto, a farmer, jazz musician, and educator. Sisto has a sister named Meadow Sisto, who is an actress mostly known for playing Caroline in the 1992 film Captain Ron.
Sisto's parent's divorced and his father was remarried to an artist named Penny Sisto. Sisto lived with his mother and sister, and has said that his father's absence made parenting his own son more difficult.
Sisto played a killer in Hideaway, a rich brat in Clueless and White Squall, Jesus in the eponymous mini-series, a patient diagnosed with multiple personality disorder in the short film Inside, a former drug addict in Thirteen, and an abusive husband in Waitress. Sisto also played the character Billy in the HBO series Six Feet Under. He also appeared in the 2003 finale of the WB's Dawson's Creek; afterward he performed on the Los Angeles stage the role of bigoted Southerner Shane Mungitt in Richard Greenberg's play Take Me Out, about a baseball player who announces he is gay. Sisto also screen tested for the role of Jack Dawson in Titanic with Kate Winslet, but ultimately lost out to Leonardo DiCaprio.
Besides acting, Sisto has worked behind the scenes. In 1998, he produced the unreleased movie Taken, together with his friend Ethan Embry. He also produced the films Three Women of Pain and Paranoia 1.0. In April 2003, he started his own production company, Dima Entertainment. In 2006, he appeared on Broadway in Festen. In the same year, he starred in the short-lived NBC drama series Kidnapped. In July 2007, Sisto was featured in the Maroon 5 video for the song "Wake Up Call". He played a man who was sleeping with the girlfriend of Adam Levine.
In 2008, Sisto joined the cast of the crime drama Law & Order as Detective Cyrus Lupo, replacing Milena Govich's Detective Nina Cassady as the partner of Jesse L. Martin's Ed Green. He had previously appeared on the show as a lawyer in the previous season's finale. Sisto stayed on for the series' final three seasons and his character became partners with Anthony Anderson's Detective Kevin Bernard after Martin left the series near the end of season eighteen.
Sisto starred in the American television comedy series Suburgatory, which premiered on ABC in the fall of 2011. He played George Altman, the divorced father of the series' main character, George's daughter Tessa. Sisto played the role for three seasons, after which Suburgatory was cancelled.
|1992||Desperate Choices: To Save My Child||Josh Ryan||Television film|
|1994||Crew, TheThe Crew||Timothy Grant|
|1994||Shaggy Dog, TheThe Shaggy Dog||Trey Miller||Television film|
|1995||Moonlight and Valentino||Steven|
|1996||White Squall||Frank Beaumont|
|1997||Three Women of Pain||Lance||Short film|
|1997||Oakland Underground||Nox Illuminata leader|
|1998||Day Lincoln Was Shot, TheThe Day Lincoln Was Shot||Frederick Seward||Television film|
|1998||Without Limits||Frank Shorter|
|1998||Playing by Heart||Malcolm||Uncredited|
|1999||'60s, TheThe '60s||Kenny Klein||Television film|
|1999||This Space Between Us||Alex Harty|
|1999||Auteur Theory, TheThe Auteur Theory||Jules|
|2000||Men Named Milo, Women Named Greta||Deke Masters||Short film|
|2000||Track Down||Lance "Icebreaker" Petersen|
|2001||Angel Eyes||Larry Pogue|
|2001||Dead Dog||Tom Braeburn|
|2002||Now You Know||Jeremy|
|2003||Movie Hero, TheThe Movie Hero||Blake Gardner|
|2003||Something More||Luke||Short film|
|2004||In Enemy Hands||Jason Abers|
|2004||Dead & Breakfast||Christian|
|2004||Heart Is Deceitful Above All Things, TheThe Heart Is Deceitful Above All Things||Chester|
|2005||Nickel Children, TheThe Nickel Children||The doctor|
|2005||Lot Like Love, AA Lot Like Love||Ben Miller|
|2005||In Memory of My Father||Jeremy|
|2006||Population 436||Steve Kady||Direct-to-video|
|2006||Thirst, TheThe Thirst||Darius|
|2007||War Prayer, TheThe War Prayer||The Stranger||Short film|
|2008||Gardens of the Night||Jimmy|
|2008||Justice League: The New Frontier||Batman||Voice; direct-to-video|
|2008||Cat's Tale, AA Cat's Tale||Squirrel||Voice; direct-to-video|
|2009||Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Undead||Detective Wimbly|
|2009||Into Temptation||Father John Buerlein|
|2011||Hook, Line and Sinker||Gordon||Short film|
|2012||Robot & Frank||Sheriff Rowlings|
|2012||Blow Me||GoldenBoy||Short film|
|2013||As Cool as I Am||Guy|
|2014||H8RZ Haters||Mr. Faustin|
|2015||Batman vs. Robin||Talon||Voice; direct-to-video|
|2015||Love Is All You Need?||Mr. Thompson||Lead role; upcoming film|
|2015||Other Side of the Door, TheThe Other Side of the Door||Michael||Filming|
|1997||Duckman||Bobby||Voice; episode: "With Friends Like These"|
|1997||Rugrats||Larry||Voice; episode: "Angelica Orders Out/Let It Snow"|
|1998||Wild Thornberrys, TheThe Wild Thornberrys||DJ||Voice; episode: "Vacant Lot"|
|1999||Wild Thornberrys, TheThe Wild Thornberrys||Radio announcer||Voice; episode: "Stick Your Neck Out"|
|2001||Outer Limits, TheThe Outer Limits||Tom||Episode: "A New Life"|
|2001–2005||Six Feet Under||Billy Chenowith||Main cast (season 1); recurring (seasons 2–5); 29 episodes|
|2002||Julius Caesar||Gaius Julius Caesar||Miniseries|
|2003||Twilight Zone, TheThe Twilight Zone||Grady Finch||Episode: "The Executions of Grady Finch"|
|2003||Dawson's Creek||Christopher||Episode: "All Good Things..."|
|2003–2004||Ancient Egyptians||Narrator||2 episodes|
|2006||American Dad!||Mitch||Voice; episode: "It's Good to Be Queen"|
|2006||Nightmares & Dreamscapes: From the Stories of Stephen King||Willie Evans||Episode: "The Fifth Quarter"|
|2006–2007||Kidnapped||Lucian Knapp||Main cast; 13 episodes|
|2007||Numbers||AUSA Alvin Brickle||Episode: "The Art of Reckoning"|
|2007||Law & Order||Clint Glover||Episode: "The Family Hour"|
|2007||My Boys||Thorn||2 episodes|
|2008–2010||Law & Order||Detective Cyrus Lupo||Main cast (seasons 18–20); 63 episodes|
|2011–2014||Suburgatory||George Altman||Main cast; 57 episodes|
|2013||Air Force One Is Down||Fergus Markey||Miniseries; 2 episodes|
|2015||Returned, TheThe Returned||Peter||Main cast; upcoming series|
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