|Date of birth:||October 6, 1974|
|Place of birth:||Grass Valley, California, United States|
Jeremy Sisto’s career has moved effortlessly between film, television and theater, and he has continued to have a constant presence throughout the entertainment industry.
Sisto made his first major impression on television as bipolar artist Billy Chenowith on "Six Feet Under." In its five-year run, the show earned three Golden Globe Awards, three Primetime Emmy Awards and 25 Emmy nominations.
Additional television credits include "Ice," "Wicked City," "The Returned," "Kidnapped," "Law & Order" and "Suburgatory." Also, he starred in National Geographic’s television miniseries "The Long Road Home."
His feature film credits include the classic "Clueless," "Break Point," which he co-wrote and produced, "The Other Side of the Door," "Hangman," "Grand Canyon," "Hideaway," "Robot And Frank," "Moonlight And Valentino," "White Squall," "Without Limits," "Suicide Kings," "Thirteen," "Wrong Turn" and "Waitress." Also, Sisto lent his voice to the Academy Award and Golden Globe-nominated animated film "Ferdinand."
In New York, he made his Broadway debut in "Festen," a stage adaptation of Thomas Vinterberg’s film "The Celebration." Also, he starred in Beau Willimon’s "Spirit Control" at the Manhattan Theater Club, about a man’s 30-year struggle with post-traumatic stress disorder. His Los Angeles theater credits include "Take Me Out," which earned him a Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle Award for Featured Performance, Sidney Kingsley’s "Dead End" at the Ahmanson Theater, and the one-man show "Sanguine" at the 2nd Stage.
Sisto resides in Los Angeles with his wife and two children. In his spare time he enjoys playing the guitar, drums and piano. His birthday is Oct. 6.