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Jeremy Black (actor)

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Name  Jeremy Black
Role  Actor
Jeremy Black with a serious face.

Born  1963 , Wilton , Connecticut, U.S.
Similar  John Travolta, Frankie Avalon, Bruce McGill

Jeremy Black (Born 1963 in Wilton, Connecticut) is an American actor best known for portraying the clones of Adolf Hitler in the 1978 science fiction film, The Boys from Brazil, also starring Gregory Peck and Laurence Olivier.

Jeremy Black with a serious face and wearing a blue coat.

Black was born to David and Lisa Black. His mother was active in many cultural activities, including the New England Opera Company. His father was a producer of Broadway shows. Black attended Wilton High School. He studied English literature at Harvard University.

Jeremy Black with a smiling face.

Black played the characters of Jack Curry, Simon Harrington, Erich Doring and Bobbie Wheelock, all of whom are four of the ninety-four clones of Hitler, in the 1978 film, The Boys from Brazil. He continued acting for the theatre in Connecticut. As of 2002, Black has since then decided after college that acting in the New York theater was his preference for him rather than looking for film work in Hollywood. In 2002, Black played Jesus in Fred Newman's play, Sessions with Jesus at the Castillo Theatre in New York City.

Laurence Olivier, Gregory Peck, and Jeremy Black in a movie scene from The Boys from Brazil (1978).

Black also participated in the 1998 documentary miniseries Liberty! The American Revolution where he served as a consultant. He even worked in props for the 2006 film, Fast Food Nation.

Jeremy Black and Rosemary Harris talking to a man in front of them in a movie scene from The Boys from Brazil (1978).


The Boys from Brazil as
Jack Curry / Simon Harrington / Erich Doring / ...
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