Jeremy was born and raised in Rhode Island, where he started doing stand-up at age 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 in 2006, and has taken classes with Will Hines, Doug Moe, Charlie Todd, Chris Gethard, Anthony King, Kevin Mullaney, Shannon O'Neill, Eliza Skinner, Kevin Hines and Matt Walsh. Jeremy is a member of the UCB Harold Team Very Good Kiss, and plays regularly with his team Thank You, Robot. He can also be seen extremely late at night on local television announcing for women's flat-track roller derby.