Jeremy Kewley - Audio Reel
Jeremy Kewley's Voice Over Demo Reel - 4 minutes
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From his professional debut at the age of 14 in Fred Schepisi's AFI award-winning feature film THE DEVIL'S PLAYGROUND (1975), award-winning actor Jeremy Kewley has gone on to enjoy a solid and diverse career in the entertainment industry.
One of only a handful of Australian television ‘audience warm-up comedians’, Kewley has been a vital part of dozens of classic shows from YOUNG TALENT TIME and CANDID CAMERA ON AUSTRALIA to AUSTRALIA’S BRAINIEST KID, 1 VS 100, TEMPTATION, THE MARNGROOK FOOTY SHOW, and DIFFERENCE OF OPINION on ABC1. And since it began in 1994 he has been the warm-up comedian for the AFL version of THE FOOTY SHOW, including all the shows done from Sydney, Perth, Adelaide and Hobart, and the live broadcasts from the Theatre Royal in London (2001, 2005) and the Prinz Regent Theatre in Munich (2006).
For the last few years he's been the pre-show Master of Ceremonies at annual television events like the GOOD FRIDAY APPEAL and THE AFI AWARDS .
As a dramatic actor on Australian television, he’s played lead roles in a number of series, from teen-heartthrob Robbie Stewart in Network Ten’s ill-fated soapie ARCADE (1979-1980), through to the critically acclaimed ABC-TV drama series JANUS (1994-1995) where he played Crown Prosecutor Vic Manoulis (1995 Logie Award Winner for Best Actor and Best Drama).
He went on to play Snr Sgt Bryan Gray on STINGERS (2000-2004) for five years, and for over nine years played semi-regular local journalist Tony Timms in BLUE HEELERS (1997-2005).
He’s appeared in dozens of iconic Australian series - everything from BELLBIRD to THE SULLIVANS to THE YOUNG DOCTORS in the 1970s; from COP SHOP to PRISONER to THE HENDERSON KIDS in the 1980s; from NEIGHBOURS to SEACHANGE to THE MAN FROM SNOWY RIVER in the 1990s; and from THE SECRET LIFE OF US to McLEODS DAUGHTERS to BED OF ROSES to CITY HOMICIDE in the 2000s. And recurring roles on the ABC comedy series VERY SMALL BUSINESS (2008) and the Foxtel sitcom WHATEVER HAPPENED TO THAT GUY? (2009) on The Comedy Channel.
Kewley starred in the UNDERBELLY FILES: TELL THEM LUCIFER WAS HERE telemovie (2011) for the Nine Network; returned to NEIGHBOURS (2012); and started shooting the ABC-TV/BBC co-production THE WORST YEAR OF MY LIFE, AGAIN in April 2013.
He has appeared in a number of motion pictures including starring in two American pictures - DISAPPEARANCE (2002), a mystery thriller set in New Mexico, and THE X TEAM (2003), a snow-bound action adventure shot in the New Zealand Alps for Touchstone Pictures.
His Australian feature film credits range from 1970s classics like MAD DOG MORGAN (1976) opposite Dennis Hopper & Jack Thompson, and Bruce Beresford's THE GETTING OF WISDOM (1977); through to 1990s hits like Jimeoin's THE CRAIC (1998) and starring opposite Rachel Griffiths in AMY (1997), and in 10 TERRORISTS! (2012) playing an American CIA conspiracy theorist.
Next on the big screen he stars in FRANK & JERRY (2013) playing the lead role of US film producer Jerry Goldman; and plays Roy Rogers in the new Ian Pringle feature film THE LEGEND MAKER (2013).
He's appeared in over 130 short films.
Recent stage credits include his moving and powerful 25 minute monologue in FRIDAY NIGHT IN TOWN (2009) at La Mama’s Carlton Courthouse Theatre; a 30 minute monologue in Adèle Shelley’s SHE’S MY BABY (2009) at the Melbourne Fringe Festival; CALL GIRL THE MUSICAL (2009) at Chapel Off Chapel; IT'S ALL FUN AND GAMES ... at the 2011 Melbourne Comedy Festival; DEATH OF A COMEDIAN (2012) at La Mama’s Carlton Courthouse Theatre; and from August 2010 to January 2011 he toured Australia in WEST SIDE STORY (Melbourne, Perth, Brisbane & Adelaide).
He can be heard Wednesdays on Melbourne's #1 talk station 3AW, on AFTERNOONS WITH DENIS WALTER.
And he produced FUNNY BY GEORGE: THE GEORGE WALLACE STORY (2000) for ABC-TV, and YOUNG TALENT TIME TELLS ALL (2001) for Network Ten.