Jeremy Davidson Biography
An American actor, writer, and director, Jeremy Davidson was born as Jeremy Michael Greenberg on December 24, 1971, in Vestal, New York, United States. His father, Mickey Greenberg is an English teacher and high school basketball coach who coached Jeremy and his two brothers. His brothers, Jed and Barnaby toured with the band Donna the Buffalo and his sister, Bess Greenberg played professional basketball in Denmark. Jeremy attended Vestal Senior High School in Vestal, New York and later he did his graduation from there.
Davidson landed a recurring part on the successful show about spouses in the military, "Army Wives", playing a sergeant who goes through a divorce. He has ranged from minor supporting bits, such as a Secret Service agent in the Angelina Jolie thriller "Salt," to more substantial parts, including a role on the family drama "Brothers & Sisters." In 2009, Davidson wrote and directed the dramatic feature "Tickling Leo," about a Jewish family. Regarding his nationality and ethnicity, he is a white American actor.
Moving to his personal life, he was dating Mary Stuart Masterson before the couple decided to get married. The two met in 2004 during a production of Cat on a Hot Tin Roof and after two years, they got married in the year 2006. The couple got married in the year 2001 but sadly they went through a divorced later. He surely earns a good amount of salary from his acting career which ables him to live a celebrity life. However, his current net worth is not flashed to the general public.Edit
Born in United States
Jeremy Davidson was born on December 24, 1971, in Vestal, New York, United States. His real name is Jeremy Michael Greenberg. His father, Mickey Greenberg is an English teacher and high school basketball coach who coached Jeremy and his two brothers.Edit
Debuted in TV Law & Order
He made his acting debut in the series "Law & Order" playing the role as a Sean Russo in 1999. Law & Order is an American police procedural and legal drama television series, created by Dick Wolf and part of the Law & Order franchise.Edit
Married with Shari Berkowitz
Shari Berkowitz and Jeremy Davidson were married for two years. The couple dated for one year after getting together in the year 2000 and married on 4th August 2001. And after two years later, they divorced.Edit
Married with Mary Stuart Masterson
He and his wife Mary Stuart Masterson got married in the year 2006. The two were met in 2004 during a production of Cat on a Hot Tin Roof and after two years later they got married in the year 2006. The couple has four children together.Edit
Made his recurring role Army Wives
Davidson made his recurring role on the successful show about spouses in the military, "Army Wives," playing a serjeant who goes through a divorce. The series was created by Katherine Fugate and directed by John T. Kretchmer.Edit
Wrote &directed Tickling Leo
In 2009, Davidson wrote and directed the dramatic feature "Tickling Leo," about a Jewish family (headed by screen icon Eli Wallach) divided by a tumultuous history, sharing the production chores with his wife, actress Mary Stuart Masterson. The series was produced by Mandeville Films and Lionsgate Television.
Appeared in the series Brothers & Sisters
He made his appearance on the television drama series "Brothers & Sisters" playing the role as Jack Randall in 2010. It aired for five seasons on ABC from September 24, 2006, to May 8, 2011.Which was created by Jon Robin Baitz.Edit