Jeremy London

Jeremy London

Birth name: Jeremy Michael London
Born: November 7, 1972
Age: 51
Birthplace: San Diego, California, U.S.
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Jeremy Michael London (born November 7, 1972) is an American actor. He is best known for his regular roles on Party of Five, 7th Heaven, and I'll Fly Away, a starring role the 1995 comedy film Mallrats, as well as a notable supporting role in the Civil War epic Gods and Generals. London made his directorial debut with the 2013 horror film The Devil's Dozen, in which he also appeared.

London was born in San Diego, California, the son of Debbie (née Osborn), a waitress, and Frank London, a sheet metal worker.[1] He was raised mainly in DeSoto, Texas. After divorcing Jeremy's father, his mother moved the family 13 times in six years. His identical twin brother, Jason, is older by 27 minutes and is also an actor. Jeremy has worked mostly in television while Jason has opted for a career in feature films. The two have acted alongside each other only once - in the February 3, 2003 episode of the WB's 7th Heaven, entitled "Smoking." They have also competed for the same role - Jeremy's first audition was for a part in the 1991 film The Man in the Moon, which Jason won, leaving Jeremy the part of his brother's stunt double.[citation needed]



London's first and second major television roles were playing Nathan on the critically acclaimed 1991-1993 drama series I'll Fly Away. His brother Jason stepped in for Jeremy for the final episode of the show.

In 1995 he played T.S. Quint in Kevin Smith's second film, Mallrats.

In 1995, he joined the cast of the hit Fox series Party of Five, playing Griffin for three seasons, after serving as a recurring guest star. He then went on to play a young minister named Chandler Hampton on 7th Heaven from 2002 to 2004. His 7th Heaven character had a father with lung cancer, much like Jeremy's real-life family members. He has since been in many TV serials, TV movies and feature films.

London was a cast member during the fourth season of Celebrity Rehab with Dr. Drew, which premiered on VH1 in December 2010.[2]

Personal life

London and his wife Melissa Cunningham were married in September 2006.[3] They divorced five years later. They have a son named Lyrik. London married Juliet Reeves on June 3, 2014 and they have one son named Wyatt who was born on June 2014.[4]

London was a cast member during the fourth season of Celebrity Rehab with Dr. Drew, which aired on Vh1 from December 2010 to January 2011, and depicted his treatment for addiction at the Pasadena Recovery Center in Pasadena, California. The third episode of that season depicted discussions involving him, Dr. Drew Pinsky and London's wife, Melissa Cunningham, who was simultaneously being treated for addiction herself at a separate wing of the Center.[3] His father, Frank, also appeared in Episode 7, which was filmed during Family Day, in which the patients discussed the effect of addiction on their family relationships.[5]


Film and television credits
Year Title Role Notes
1991 In Broad Daylight Teenager 1 TV movie
A Seduction in Travis County Delivery Boy TV movie
1991-1993 I'll Fly Away Nathaniel Bedford TV series, appeared in 38 episodes
1993 Route 66 TV series, episode: "Everybody's a Hero"
Angel Falls Sonny Snow TV series
1995 Breaking Free Rick Chilton
White Wolves II: Legend of the Wild Mason
The Babysitter Jack
Mallrats T.S. Quint Out Cold
A Mother's Gift Adult John Deal TV movie
1995-2000 Party of Five Griffin Holbrook TV series, appeared in 89 episodes
1997 Bad to the Bone Danny Wells TV movie
Happenstance Jeff TV movie
Levitation Bob
Perversions of Science Billy Rabe TV series, episode: "Anatomy Lesson"
1998 Get a Job Tony Thompson / Philip
The Defenders: Taking the First Wyman James TV movie
1999 Journey to the Center of the Earth Jonas Lytton TV movie
2001 Romantic Comedy 101 Patrick TV movie
The Outer Limits Chris TV series, episode: "Flower Child"
2002-2004 7th Heaven Chandler Hampton TV series, appeared in 37 episodes
2003 Gods and Generals Capt. Alexander 'Sandie' Pendleton
Descendant Ethan Poe / Frederick Usher
2004 Crossing Jordan Louis Jeffries TV series, episode: "Out of Sight"
2006 What I Did for Love James TV movie
Basilisk: The Serpent King Dr. Harry McColl TV movie
Kiss Me Again Julian
2007 Tell Me You Love Me Nate TV series, appeared in 4 episodes
2008 Next of Kin Chris
Fatal Secrets Andy
The Grift Jackson Armstrong
Strokes Wade Hamilton TV movie
Ba'al Helm TV movie
2009 Do You Know Me Jake Farber TV movie
Wolvesbayne Russel Bayne TV movie
Chasing the Green Adam Franklin
Laundry Policeman Two
Lost Dream Dr. Reeves
The Terminators Kurt Video
2010 House Under Siege Ralph
Q for Death Detective Matt Lombardi Video
The Divided Aaron
Trance Whateley
Drop Dead Gorgeous Robert Baker
Scavengers Black Devert
Opponent Brooklyn Davis
Hollywood & Wine Jean Luc Marceau
Rain from the Stars Randy
Scratching the Surface Jake
Celebrity Rehab with Dr. Drew Himself TV series, Season 4
Alien Opponent
2011 Snow Beast Barry
2012 Don't Pass Me By Greg Phillips
2013 The Devil's Dozen Driver Also directed the film
2016 Girl in Woods Jim
2016 MacGyver Chuck Lawson episode: "Pliers"

Jeremy London supports the following charitable cause: Smoking & Smoking-Related Illnesses.

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