Jeremy Radin

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AJeremy Radin is an actor and writer who has studied at the Beverly Hills Playhouse for over a decade. During that time, he’s appeared in several television shows (CSI, It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia, ER, The Office), movies (The New WorldNesting, Wrestlemaniac) and many plays. He was one of the catalysts in the inception of the BHP’s Project X program and has been fortunate enough to have been directed multiple times by both Allen Barton and Art Cohan in THE HEIDI CHRONICES, TALLY'S FOLLY, and LUV.

 His work as Shylock in the Ensemble Shakespeare Theatre’s original production of Shakespeare’s Villains at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival earned him stellar reviews. He also originated the role of Dennis in Allen Barton’s ENGAGEMENT (opposite Parks & Rec’s Retta Sirleaf), a performance Backstage West called  “funny… a tour-de-force.”

Jeremy has toured extensively with his poetry, sharing stages with some of the best writer/performers in the country (Andrea Gibson, Buddy Wakefield, Anis Mojgani), and is a two-time Literary Death Match Champion. His work has appeared in numerous journals and he is the author of Slow Dance with Sasquatch (Write Bloody Publishing, 2012).

As a teacher, he seeks to foster the growth of intelligent, enthusiastic, and self-sufficient artists dedicated to exploring the boundlessness of their imaginations.

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