No Pets (Jeremy Strong)
Jeremy Strong does not have any reported pets. During an interview with James Corden, he once shared that he prefers “big cats”.
December 25, 1978 (44)
Jeremy Strong is an American actor best known for his breakout roles in film and television. Born and raised in Boston, Massachusetts, Strong pursued his passion for acting from an early age. After studying at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in London, he returned to the US to pursue his career in acting. His first significant role was in the television series “The Good Wife,” where he played the character of Matt Becker, a lawyer.
However, it was his portrayal of Jerry Rubin in the 2020 film “The Trial of the Chicago 7” that really put him on the map. The film, directed by Aaron Sorkin, received critical acclaim and was nominated for six Academy Awards. Strong’s performance as Rubin was highly praised, and he received several award nominations, including a Screen Actors Guild Award and a Critics’ Choice Award.
Strong’s impressive acting skills have also been recognized in other notable projects, including the HBO series “Succession” which also stars Brian Cox. In the show, he plays the character of Kendall Roy, the troubled and ambitious son of a media magnate. His performance has been described as “brilliant” by critics, earning him an Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series in 2020.
He worked with director Steven Spielberg in the historical drama “Lincoln,” where he played the role of John George Nicolay, one of President Lincoln’s private secretaries. He also worked with director Kathryn Bigelow in the film “Detroit,” a historical drama based on the 1967 Detroit riots.
In 2020, Strong partnered with the non-profit organization Animal Legal Defense Fund (ALDF) to support their efforts in protecting animals from cruelty and neglect. He participated in a virtual event hosted by the organization to raise funds for their legal advocacy program, which provides legal assistance to animals who have been victims of abuse and neglect.