16 Facts About Jeremy Davies


Jeremy Davies is an American film and television actor.


Jeremy Davies is known for playing Ray Aibelli in Spanking the Monkey, Corporal Upham in Saving Private Ryan, Snow in Solaris, Bill Henson in Dogville, Charles Manson in Helter Skelter, Sergeant Gene DeBruin in Rescue Dawn and Daniel Faraday on the series Lost.


Jeremy Davies received the BAFTA Award for Best Performance in a Video Game for his role as Baldur in God of War.


Jeremy Davies was born in Traverse City, Michigan, of Scottish and Welsh descent, the son of children's author Melvin Lyle "Mel" Boring.


Jeremy Davies has a brother, Joshua, and two half-siblings, Zachery and Katrina, from his father's second marriage.


Jeremy Davies's parents separated when he was young, leaving Davies to relocate to Kansas with his mother until the mid-1970s, when she died of lupus.


Jeremy Davies went to live with his father and his stepmother in Santa Barbara, California, before moving to Rockford, Iowa in 1986, where he completed high school.


Jeremy Davies attended college at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in California.


Jeremy Davies appeared in small roles in the NBC TV film Shoot First: A Cop's Vengeance and in the pilot for the colonial-era sitcom 1775.


Jeremy Davies played a youth in the Showtime thriller Guncrazy and had a guest appearance on Melrose Place.


In 1993, Jeremy Davies was cast in a TV commercial for Subaru in which his character compares the car to punk rock.


Jeremy Davies' performance was well received, and he went on to star in several films, including CQ, Secretary and Solaris.


Jeremy Davies appeared as a main cast member on Lost during its fourth and fifth seasons, playing Daniel Faraday, an amnesiac physicist who comes to the island as part of a team hired by Charles Widmore.


Jeremy Davies guest-starred in three episodes in Losts sixth season.


Jeremy Davies had a recurring role on FX's Justified as Dickie Bennett, for which he earned a Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Guest Actor in a Drama Series in 2012.


Jeremy Davies starred in the History Channel's 2015 miniseries Texas Rising, as Sergeant Ephraim Knowles.