Jeremy Sisto

Personal life

Jeremy Sisto was born on 6th October 1974. He was born in California, U.S. His birth sign is Libra. He is 6 feet and 2 inches tall. He went to Hayfield Montessori School. He attended University of California, Los Angeles. He is a well known producer, actor and writer by profession. He has a sister, elder to him named Meadow Sisto, an actress. He was born to Richard Sisto, a jazz musician and Reddy Gibbs, an actress. He was married to Marisa Ryan in 1993 but got divorced in 2002. He then got married to Addie Lane in 2009. He is blessed with a son named Bastian Sisto and a daughter Charlie Ballerina Sisto.

Career

Jeremy Sisto portrayed Billy Chenowith in a drama TV series Six Feet Under by Alan Ball on HBO in 1991. He played NYPD detective named Cyrus Lupo in a drama TV series Law & Order (1990-2010) which aired on NBC. He starred in a comedy film Clueless by Amy Heckerling in 1995. He was in a biblical miniseries Jesus in 1999. He was in a teen drama film Thirteen by Catherine Hardwicke in 2003. He starred as Shane Mungitt in a play titled Take Me Out by Richard Greenberg in 2002, for which he was nominated a Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle Award for Featured Performance in a play.

Jeremy starred in a play named Festen, which was a Danish play adaptation done by David Eldridge in 2006. He was in a TV series sitcom Suburgatory (2011-14) on ABC by Emily Kapnek, for which he was nominated for a Critic's Choice TV Award for Best Actor in comedy series. He starred and co-wrote for the comedy film called Break Point in 2014. He starred in a supernatural drama TV series The Returned in 2015 on A&E by Carlton Cuse.

Jeremy made his debut in a drama film called Grand Canyon by Lawrence Kasdan in 1991. He was in a TV film Desperate Choices: To Save My Child by Andy Tennant in 1992. He was in a comedy TV film The Shaggy Dog by Walt Disney in 1994. He played as a killer in the horror film Hideaway by Brett Leonard in 1995. He played as a kidnapper in a crime film Suicide Kings by Peter O'fallon in 1997. He played Frank Shorter in a biographical sports film Without Limits in 1998. He played Scott in a horror film Wrong Turn in 2003.

He played Fredy Green in a crime drama TV series Ice. He voiced Talon in an animated film Batman v/s Robin in 2015. He played Aaron in a horror thriller film Hangman in 2015. He played a cop in a comedy talk show TV series Last Week Tonight with John Oliver (2015). He has won 3 awards and 4 nominations. He won the Achievement Award as an Actor for Into Temptation (2009). He has earned a Net worth of around $6 million. Sisto has 24,326 followers on Twitter. He has over 1200 followers on Instagram and Facebook.