Jeremy was born and raised in Rhode Island, where he began his comedy career by doing stand-up at sixteen. He spent four years writing and performing sketches with Boston University's award-winning Slow Children At Play. He started studying improv at UCB shortly after moving to New York, and has taken classes by great performers like Will Hines, Doug Moe, Chris Gethard, Charlie Todd, Kevin Mullaney and Anthony King. Jeremy plays regularly with the improv team Thank You, Robot and is a founding member of the political improv group The Spin and the taxi-themed show Farebeater. He is also the bass player for the musical comedy act, The Apple Sisters, and can also be seen all over the east coast as a referee for women's flat-track roller derby.