Who is Jeremy T. Thomas?

American actor and social media personality Jeremy T. Thomas was born under the zodiac sign Cancer on 3 July 2006, in Georgia USA. He has eight acting credits, and is probably known best for portraying Lucas Weaver, one of the main characters in the 2021 horror mystery movie “Antlers”, which Scott Cooper wrote and directed, and which also starred Keri Russell and Jesse Plemons. It follows a high school teacher and her brother as they’re fighting a supernatural entity in a small town; the film was nominated for eight awards.

Jeremy’s quite active in the film industry, and is currently working on multiple upcoming projects.

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Early life and education

Jeremy was raised in Georgia as an only child, by his father whose name remains unrevealed and mother Misty Corbitt; Jeremy’s quite close to his aunt Christy Corbitt and has featured her in some of his Instagram pictures and videos. He’s also close to his grandfather, a non-celebrity American who spent most of his life serving in the US Army.

Jeremy became passionate about acting during his first two years at elementary school, and he was nine when he made his debut film appearance, playing School Boy in the 2015 family musical “Dolly Parton’s Coat of Many Colors”, directed by Stephen Herek, and which starred Ricky Schroder, Jennifer Nettles and Alyvia Alyn Lind. The film was inspired by Dolly Parton’s upbringing in Tennessee, and it won seven of its 12 award nominations. Jeremy’s been active in the film industry ever since.

He moved to Los Angeles, California upon launching his acting career and is currently attending a local high school there, also honing his acting skills at The Charlie Group, Drama Inc. and Catapult Acting Studios. Jeremy should be matriculating in June 2024 and it’s widely believed that he won’t be pursuing a college degree.

Roles in TV series

Jeremy’s debut TV series role was playing Gene Otto in the 2017 episode “Unboxed” of the horror mystery documentary “Lore”, which starred Paula Malcomson, Emmett J Scanlan and Aaron Mahnke, and is a compilation of real-life horror stories.

The year 2019 saw him play Scott Wells in the episode “One Last Goodbye” of the crime documentary “Your Worst Nightmare”, which starred Clark Sarullo, Jason Shablik and D. C. Goode, and each episode covers one true crime story; the series won a 2021 ASCAP Film and Television Music Award for Top TV Series.

In 2020, Jeremy portrayed Young Boyd in the episode “When There is No Wind, Row” of the mystery “Paradise Lost”, which Rodes Fishburne created, and which starred Danielle Deadwyler, Shane McRae and Bridget Regan. It follows Yates Forsythe, his psychiatrist wife Frances and their two children as they’ve come to Yates’ hometown in Mississippi and have uncovered life-changing secrets.

The year 2022 saw Jeremy play Harmon Freeman in the episode “Interlude” of the comedy “The Righteous Gemstones”, which stars John Goodman, Danny McBride and Adam Devine, and follows the lives of members of a televangelist family; the series has been airing since 2019 and has won one of its 19 award nominations.

Jeremy’s only other TV series role has been playing Marco Anza in the 2022 episode “The Proof Is in the Pudding” of the drama “The Resident”, which Roshan Sethi, Hayley Schore and Amy Holden Jones created, and which starred Matt Czuchry, Bruce Greenwood and Manish Dayal. It follows the lives of doctors working at Chastain Memorial Hospital, and the series won one of its three award nominations.

Roles in movies

Jeremy’s appeared in only one other movie besides “Antlers” and “Dolly Parton’s Coat of Many Colors”.

In 2019, he starred as Blake in the short drama “One Last Hit”, written and directed by Lorenzo Yearby, and which also starred Cody Reed and Trent L. Horn; it follows a group of children who often get into fights with each other.

Awards and nominations

Jeremy was nominated for a 2022 Fangoria Chainsaw Award for Best Supporting Performance, for “Antlers”.

Love life and relationships

Jeremy avoids speaking about his love life in public, and most of his fans believe that he’s today focused on working on his way up in the film industry, and isn’t searching for love.

There are also those who claim that he’s today perhaps in a relationship with a fellow actress but that neither of the two want to make it public because of how their popularity might affect their relationship; this hasn’t been confirmed by Jeremy, nor have the two been seen together in public.

Some have claimed that Jeremy’s attracted to boys ,and that one of the boys whom he’s recently featured in several of his Instagram pictures and videos is his boyfriend, but Jeremy hasn’t addressed these rumors either.

He seems to be unattached as of January 2024.

Interesting facts and hobbies

Jeremy’s active on Instagram but is followed by only close to 1,700 people on the network; he’s shared more than 400 pictures and videos, with most of these featuring him acting, spending time with his closest friends and playing board games.

He’s become passionate about travelling as his career’s already taken him to several US states and European countries; his dream travel destination’s Egypt, as he wants to see the pyramids.

Jeremy’s a huge lover of animals and his family has a pet dog and cat; he’s featured these pets, as well as various other animals in his Instagram pictures.

He prefers being in nature rather than in overcrowded cities.

Jeremy took part in the SAG-AFTRA strike, which ended when the strikers’ demands were met.

One of Jeremy’s favorite actors is Jim Carrey, and a couple of his favorite movies are “The Cable Guy”, “The Number 23” and “Mr. Popper’s Penguins”.

Net worth, age and height

Jeremy’s age is 17. He’s 4ft 11ins (1.5m) tall, weighs around 100lbs (45kgs), and has brown eyes and hair.

Jeremy’s net worth’s been estimated at over $300,000, as of January 2024.

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