Jeremy Michael Kucharek was born and raised in Michigan, where he earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Theatre Performance from Wayne State University in Detroit. He performed in theatre productions throughout Southeastern Michigan, enjoying the robust theatre community of the greater Detroit area.
During his time in Michigan, Jeremy acted as a Resident Artist at Jeff Daniel’s coveted Purple Rose Theatre Company and was honored by the Michigan Wilde Awards for multiple wins as Best Supporting Actor. He appeared in commercials for CBS, Art Van Furntiure, GMC/Goodwrench and modeled for brands such as Carhartt and Made in Detroit.
After transplanting to Los Angeles, Jeremy was featured on daytime’s Days of Our Lives and appeared in multiple music videos for artists like Jake Zyrus and Jason Derulo. He was featured in USA’s national “Characters Unite” campaign and the viral Dan Savage “It Gets Better” campaign.
He began producing in the indie film space with the feature “Through the Glass Darkly”, starring Shanola Hampton and Robyn Lively.  In 2022, Jeremy made his feature debut, appearing alongside Dustin Hoffman, Candice Bergen and Dianna Agron in Bialik’s As They Made Us.
Last year, Jeremy was seen in Brittany Snow’s September Seventeeth, which garnered multiple awards at the 2023 South by Southwest Film Festival in Austin, TX. Jeremy was also featured in Hamish Linklater’s adaptation of the best-selling Chuck Klosterman novel, Downtown Owl, an official selection for the 2023 Tribeca Film Festival, starring Lily Rabe, Vanessa Hudgens, Finn Whitrock, and Ed Harris.
Jeremy can be seen in the upcoming feature Sweet Dreams, starring Johnny Knoxville and written and directed by Lije Sarki, slated for a March 2024 Release.