Who is Jeremy Maguire?

American child actor Jeremy Maguire was born in Los Angeles, California USA, on 10 August 2011, making his zodiac sign Leo. He’s appeared in three movies and four TV series, while he’s probably best known for playing Joe Pritchett in 91 episodes (2015-2020) of the critically acclaimed romantic comedy series “Modern Family”, which Steven Levitan and Christopher Lloyd created, and which starred Ed O’Neill, Sofia Vergara and Julie Bowen. It follows the lives of three related families, the series aired from 2009 to 2020 and won 141 of its 525 award nominations.

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Education and early life

Jeremy and his sister Serena Maguire are being raised in Los Angeles, by their parents whose names and professions remain undisclosed, as Jeremy respects their privacy; most of Jeremy’s fans believe that his father’s a businessman, and his mother a theatre actress.

He began showing interest in acting at the age of three, as he began impersonating the actors whom he saw in movies and TV series; Jeremy made his debut TV series appearance in 2016, when cast to play Child Morgan in an episode of the longest-running soap opera “General Hospital”, which Frank Hursley and Doris Hursley created, and which stars Steve Burton, Laura Wright and Maurice Benard. The romantic crime drama follows the citizens and tourists who are spending time in Port Charles, New York State, it’s been airing since 1963 and has won 306 of its 958 award nominations.

Jeremy’s currently attending a local elementary school in Los Angeles, and besides acting, is also interested in dancing, and playing soccer with his peers. He’s to enroll at high school in 2025, but there are many people on the internet who’ve claimed that Jeremy might become home-schooled judging by his interest in acting.

Roles in movies

Jeremy’s debut film role was playing Russell in the 2016 comedy “Untitled Sarah Silverman Project”, directed by Charlie McDowell, and in which Jeremy starred alongside Sarah Silverman and Jack Davenport. It follows a woman who’s nearly incapable of telling lies, and who’s now going through a mid-life crisis.

In 2017, he portrayed Trevor in the drama “I’m Not Here”, written and directed by Michelle Schumacher, and which starred J. K. Simmons, Sebastian Stan and Maika Monroe. It follows a man who’s still struggling to accept the tragic events which happened in his past, and the movie was nominated for five awards.

Jeremy’s appeared in only one other movie: he was a supporting character in the 2022 comedy drama “The Virgin of Highland Park”, written and directed by Sonia Sebastián, and which starred Penelope Ann Miller, Jamie-Lynn Sigler and Dermot Mulroney; it tells the story of a virgin teenager who’s just learned that she’s pregnant.

Roles in TV series

In 2018, Jeremy played Frankie Green in the episode “Warriors” of the action science fiction drama “The Last Ship”, which Steven Kane and Hank Steinberg created, and which starred Charles Parnell, Adam Baldwin and Eric Dane. It follows a pandemic which has killed nearly all life on Earth, while the crew of a naval destroyer has managed to survive; the series aired from 2014 to 2018, and won one of its seven award nominations.

Jeremy’s only other TV series role has been his portrayal of Matthew Garland in 12 episodes of the 2021 crime comedy drama “Turner & Hooch”, created by Matt Nix, and which starred Josh Peck, Carra Patterson and Lyndsy Fonseca. It follows a detective and his oversized dog as they’re solving crimes; the series was nominated for a Leo Award for Best Stunt Performance in a Dramatic Series.

Other credits

In 2017, Jeremy made a guest appearance in the talk-show “Hoy Nos Toca”, and the year 2021 saw him make guest appearances in episodes of the talk-shows “Made in Hollywood” and “Sidewalks Entertainment”. Since 2019, he’s appeared in three episodes of the talk-show “Celebrity Page”.

Awards and nominations

Jeremy’s been nominated for two awards, both for “Modern Family”. He and his colleagues were nominated for a 2017 Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series, while he was nominated for a 2017 Young Entertainer Award for Best Supporting Young Actor – Television Series.

Friends and girlfriend

Jeremy hasn’t talked about the girls whom he’s perhaps dated, and most of his fans believe that the actor’s still too young to be dating.

However, a fan has claimed that he’s recently spotted a child resembling Jeremy spending time with a girl who could perhaps be his girlfriend; no pictures or videos have been uploaded to support these claims, nor has Jeremy addressed the rumors.

It’s widely known that he’s a highly sociable boy, who finds it very easy to befriend actors and actresses whom he meets in the film industry, regardless of their age; it’s also said that he has many friends at school, although this hasn’t been confirmed.

Jeremy seems to be unattached as of October 2022.

Interesting facts and hobbies

Jeremy enjoys being active on Instagram, although his account’s being managed by his mother; there are over 800 pictures and videos posted onto his account, and nearly 300,000 people are following him on the social media network today.

Jeremy’s a huge fan of adventure parks, and loves rollercoasters.

He’s a huge lover of animals, and his mother has allowed him to have a pet dog, which Jeremy’s named Maxie; the family also has two pet cats Mateo and Mia.

He enjoys taking part in various outdoor activities, including kart racing, slacklining and playing soccer.

Jeremy’s favorite actors are Daniel Radcliffe and Chris Columbus, and some of his favorite movies include “Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets”, “Escape from Pretoria” and “Beast of Burden”.

Height, eyes and wealth

Jeremy’s age is 11. His eyes are brown, has medium long brown hair, weighs around 80lbs (35kgs), and is 4ft 8ins (1.42m) tall.

Jeremy’s net worth’s been estimated at over $130,000 as of October 2022, mostly thanks to his role in “Modern Family”.

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