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Jeremy Childs

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Nationality USA
Birth at Nashville (USA)

Jeremy Childs is an American actor and writer from Nashville, Tennessee.

Biography

Childs wrote and has performed in the comedy play Vampire Monologues, which played to a full house in Nashville on Halloween 2002 and 2004. Childs has also had considerable roles in various local and regional stage productions.

Child gained wide recognition as prisoner Cutbush, in the 2001 movie The Last Castle alongside Robert Redford and James Gandolfini. He featured prominently in the 2012 mystery drama film Deadline.

He is brother to actor Josh Childs, with whom he appeared in the films Prism, and Netherbeast Incorporated.

Childs was also in the music video for "Hear Me Now" by Framing Hanley playing as the priest as well as the music video for "Unbreakable" by the band "Fireflight".

Childs played the role of Albert in the television series Nashville.

Usually with

John Bailey
John Bailey
(1 films)
Dean Cain
Dean Cain
(1 films)
Shana Feste
Shana Feste
(1 films)
Samuel Ball
Samuel Ball
(1 films)
Amy Davidson
Amy Davidson
(1 films)
Source : Wikidata

Filmography of Jeremy Childs (5 films)

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Actor

Deadline
Deadline (2012)
, 1h35
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Thriller, Crime
Actors Eric Roberts, Steve Talley, Jeremy Childs, JD Souther
Roles Walker Burns
Rating49% 2.472322.472322.472322.472322.47232
Deadline is the story of the murder of an African American youth in rural Alabama that has gone uninvestigated, unsolved, and unpunished for almost twenty years. That changes when Nashville Times reporter Matt Harper (Steve Talley) meets an idealistic young blueblood bent on discovering the truth. Harper undertakes the investigation despite the opposition of his publisher, violent threats from mysterious forces, a break-up with his fiancée, and his father's cancer diagnosis.
Country Strong, 1h52
Directed by Shana Feste
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Musical theatre, Musical, Romance
Themes Films about alcoholism, Medical-themed films, Films about music and musicians, Films about drugs, Musical films
Actors Gwyneth Paltrow, Tim McGraw, Garrett Hedlund, Leighton Meester, Jeremy Childs, Donald Farmer
Roles JJ
Rating62% 3.149963.149963.149963.149963.14996
The film begins with Beau (Hedlund), singing with Kelly (Paltrow), a recovering alcoholic going through rehab. Beau is clearly smitten by her, and it is later revealed that the two have been having an affair, even though Kelly is married to James (McGraw). Kelly is checked out of rehab a month early by James, who wants her to go on a three-city tour to restore her image. She agrees on the condition that Beau becomes her opening act, but James has already made plans to see Chiles Stanton (Meester), a beauty queen with potential to become a rising singer, perform that night in hopes that she will be Kelly's opener instead.
Pure Country 2: The Gift
Directed by Christopher Cain
Origin USA
Actors Travis Fimmel, Michael McKean, Bronson Pinchot, Cheech Marin, Dean Cain, William Katt
Roles Security Guard #1

Bobbie (Katrina Elam) has a naturally beautiful voice and leaves her small town for Nashville, hoping to become a singing superstar. Before she leaves, her Aunt Ella (Jackie Welch) tells her she will succeed beyond her wildest dreams if only she never lies, is always fair, and never breaks a promise. As she prepares to board the bus, Aunt Ella gives her a locket (containing a picture of her mother) and a one-hundred dollar bill, "so you can always come home."
The Last Castle, 2h12
Directed by Rod Lurie
Origin USA
Genres Drama, War, Thriller, Action
Themes Prison films
Actors Robert Redford, James Gandolfini, Mark Ruffalo, Delroy Lindo, Paul Calderon, Steve Burton
Roles Cutbush
Rating69% 3.4502953.4502953.4502953.4502953.450295
Lieutenant General Eugene Irwin (Robert Redford) is brought to a maximum security military prison to begin a ten-year sentence for his decision (in violation of a presidential order) to send U.S. troops on a mission in Burundi, resulting in the deaths of eight soldiers. Colonel Winter (James Gandolfini), the prison's commandant, is a great admirer of the general but is offended by a comment he overhears: Irwin criticizes Winter's much-prized military artifacts collection, calling it something no actual battlefield veteran would ever have.