By day, Jeremy W plays the mild-mannered lawyer, a keen-eyed captain of contracts, and a liege of legal advice. But when the sun sets and nighttime beckons, the deep-rooted actor from within comes out, bringing life to the characters he plays, engaging audiences, and telling the stories that need to be told.
His passion for performance began at the age of five with a role in the Marriage of Figaro at London’s Royal College of Music. Jeremy would go on to craft this talent throughout his school years and beyond, ending up at the world-renowned Edinburgh Festival in two critically acclaimed productions.
Since then, Jeremy W has become a commercial talent for major brands such as Audi and Jetstar, as well as starring in a number of short films coming out of the growing independent film scene of Singapore. In addition to this, he has also enjoyed soaking up experiences of being on set as an extra in the Hollywood film ‘Crazy Rich Asians’ and HBO’s ‘Westworld’.
Jeremy comes from a Eurasian background and, proud of his dual heritage, looks to bring audiences and messages across all cultures together as one.
|172cm||Eurasian||English, Mandarin (conversational), French (conversational)|
|PLAY TITLE||Character||Theatre Company||Director|
|A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum||Supporting||Edinburgh Festival 2000|
|The Fantasticks||Supporting||Edinburgh Festival 2000|
|FILM TITLE||Role||Production Company||Director|
|Pierced||Lead||DVET||Tejas Ewing / Deepesh Vasudev|
|Gaia||Lead||DVET||Tejas Ewing / Deepesh Vasudev|
|Human Ball||Lead||DVET||Tejas Ewing / Deepesh Vasudev|
|Friends Music Video||Supporting|
|SuperSports 360||Lead||IMG Sports Media Production|
|PRODUCT/ BRAND||Role||Production Company||Director|
|Audi||Lead||Prodigious Singapore||Leo Poloniecky|
|Food panda||Supporting||The Magic Format|
|Prudential||Lead||Stellar Cast Pte Ltd|
|McDonalds x Uber||Supporting||Abundant Productions|
|Jetstar||Lead||Shiny Happy People|
Lee Strasberg's Method Acting (Intro)
Trained by Kamil Haque (Singapore)
Fundamentals of Acting Workshop
Trained by Emil Marwa (UK)
Masters in Classics
Latin, Greek and French