Jeremy Childs

Yansa Whitcomb-FOGG


 “Childs’ performance is quite riveting.” -Ain’t It Cool News

In his more than fifty projects as either a principle or lead actor Jeremy has shared screen time with Mark Ruffalo, Eric Roberts, Tim McGraw, Garret Hedlund, Powers Booth, Connie Britton, James Gandolfini and Academy Award winners Robert Redford and Gywneth Paltrow among others.

He has re-occurring roles on: ABC’s Nashville, the soon to be released Billy Ray Cyrus project, Still the King for CMT, one of the first original programs for vimeo on demand, Local Air with ABC’s Nashville cast-mate David Alford, The Jeff Durham Show, Quavers’ Wonderful World of Music and the viral church comedy The Committee.

He is one of three producer/actor/writers for the web series The Nether Region (genre related sketch comedy), which launched at the end of 2013. It already has over 50 pieces of original material and channels views of nearly a half million.

“Absolutely brilliant! You my friends have on more subscriber.”

Jeremy is a company member of the distinguished Studio Tenn theatre company in Franklin Tennessee. Studio Tenn is considered the best local theatre company by The Nashville Scene’s readers’poll.


A few of his writing credits include:

The Vampire Monologues, “...makes us laugh ourselves to death.” -The Tennessean

Casa Blue: The Last Moments in the Life of Frida Khalo, “Passionate...fascinating...moving...nightmarish..adventurous...” -Sarasota Herald Tribune.

Palisades, “Nashville steps a little further down the corridor of the dangerous mind of Jeremy Childs.” -The Nashville Scene

Zombies Can’t Climb, “This tuneful tale does for westerns and zombie flicks what Rocky Horror Show did for 1950’s “B” movies.”-The Tennessean.


Jeremy has directed many projects for the stage and screen.

“Childs’ direction is swift and sure-handed,” The Nashville Scene

“Jeremy Childs has pulled a beautifully paced series of taut performances out of his highly skilled cast.” The Tennessean.


Jeremy was a co-producer for the Nashville Film Festival sponsored At Risk Youth Project between 2004-2006. The program eventually captured the attention of such noted filmmakers as Craig Brewer (Hustle and Flow, Black Snake Moan) who acted as director mentor for the project.

Jeremy directed, co-produced and helped develop an original script with the students of Community High School (a school created to help students with a history of substance abuse) in which they told their near death experiences. Stone Circle garnered praise and recognition from several respected publications including American Theatre Magazine.

Jeremy was Artistic Director for Steve Earle’s Broadaxe theatre company from 2002-2005.

Films he has produced include, Blood Rogues and Closer To God.

“Smart. Chilling.” -Screen Daily

“Gut-punch-cinema.” Fangoria

“He’s also a very witty guy with a fun-loving sense of satire.” The Nashville Scene

“Jeremy Childs is the real thing.” The Tennessean

He lives in Nashville Tennessee.