Jeremy Strong
Weston Wells for Variety
United States
2022

Jeremy
Strong

For his nuanced portrayal of Kendall Roy on “Succession,” the famously scrupulous Strong has been nominated twice for the drama lead actor Emmy, taking it in 2020. With the release of James Gray’s “Armageddon Time,” Strong is beefing up the film side of his portfolio. He also has two limited series on the horizon: One, set up at Amazon with Brad Pitt’s Plan B Entertainment, will dramatize the Boeing 737 Max crashes; and the other, centering on the health consequences suffered by 9/11 first responders, will be written and directed by Tobias Lindholm, and will be produced by Sister. Strong was on the receiving end of a New Yorker profile in late 2021 that went viral with its account of his immersive acting process, which he had admired since childhood, and the toll it takes, prompting many in the industry to come to his defense. 

Career

  • THE TRIAL OF THE CHICAGO 7
  • ARMAGEDDON TIME
  • SUCCESSION

Education

  • Yale University (CT, USA)

Variety Honors

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Jeremy Strong Calls New Yorker Profile a ‘Profound Betrayal’: ‘I Felt Foolish’

Jeremy Strong Calls New Yorker Profile a ‘Profound Betrayal’: ‘I Felt Foolish’

Jeremy Strong had thoughts to share about a late 2021 New Yorker profile that revealed insights into his method acting, telling Vanity Fair at the Telluride Film Festival on Friday that the story felt like a "pretty profound betrayal of trust.""The noise and the fog after it: I think it’s something that, I guess, what I care about ultimately is trying to feel as free as possible as an actor. Part of that is trying to insulate yourself from all...

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