Richard Bryant (actor)

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search
Richard Bryant
Born (1984-09-22) September 22, 1984 (age 32)
Occupation Television actor

Richard Bryant (born September 22, 1984 in Stockton, CA) is an American actor who has appeared in the Lifetime Television series Army Wives. He played Jeremy Sherwood, a character who abused his mother in the first season, but has not hit her since his father, Major Frank Sherwood, finds out. He then joined the Army. In the second season he came home and discovered that his mom liked another man and dealt with his parents rocky relationship. He is killed in action in the fifth season while deployed overseas.

Richard moved to Charleston, SC in 1986. He attended Trident Technical College in Charleston, South Carolina. He graduated high school in 2002 from the Charleston County School of the Arts, where he was a theatre major. Richard is currently enrolled at the College of Charleston.

He also appeared on The WB/CW show One Tree Hill.[1]

He is multi-talented. His talents include: guitar, bass guitar, banjo, drums, cello, and being able to play the piano by ear. He can speak some French and Spanish.[2] Besides acting and playing the guitar, he enjoys traveling, surfing, and being outdoors.


  • C. Starnes. Retrieved from on 4.21.09