Jeremy Sisto
American actor
Jeremy Sisto
Jeremy Merton Sisto is an American actor. Sisto has had recurring roles as Billy Chenowith on the HBO series Six Feet Under and Detective Cyrus Lupo on Law & Order on television and also starred in the films Jesus, Clueless and Thirteen. He currently stars in the ABC sitcom Suburgatory.
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New film "Love is All You Need?" pushes the envelope of activist media
Huffington Post - about 1 month
The New York Times and others have reported in recent months that hate crimes against minorities are on the rise. According to numbers from the FBI adjusted for underreporting by the Matthew Shepard Foundation, there are more than 9,000 hate crimes committed in the United States on an annual basis. These include everything from vandalism to murder motivated by bias based on race, religion, being LGB or T, among others. Although we may find this alarming, unless it is happening to us directly, it can be difficult to continue to be emotionally touched by such events, much less appreciate their impact on affected individuals and communities. Fortunately, there is an antidote in a movie that has been recently released. Love is All You Need? is an independent film based on the multi-award winning short of the same name that has an alternate reality backdrop of a world inverted: heterosexuals are the deviants in a world dominated by gays and lesbians. A poignant scene early in the film sho ...
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Gwen Stefani Bares Her Soul Performing 'I Used To Love You' At The AMAs
Huffington Post - about 1 year
After all her divorce drama with Gavin Rossdale, at least Gwen Stefani was able to channel that pain into a hit song.  As expected, the 46-year-old singer gave an emotional performance of "I Used To Love You" at the American Music Awards on Sunday night. Stefani was introduced by "Clueless" co-stars Alicia Silverstone and Jeremy Sisto, whose iconic teen movie was released 20-years ago and featured No Doubt's "Just A Girl" on its soundtrack. .@gwenstefani is giving us ALL the relationship feels! pic.twitter.com/qklYPajo45 — People magazine (@people) November 23, 2015 A video posted by Amy (@gigglez247) on Nov 22, 2015 at 6:24pm PST  Stefani debuted the breakup track in October at her first performance since announcing her divorce in August. While the singer is already dating Blake Shelton, it's clear she hasn't put the heartache of her divorce behind her. "I feel like I go back and listen to a lot of that stuff, and I get si ...
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Gwen Stefani Bares Her Soul Performing 'I Used To Love You' At The AMAs
Huffington Post - about 1 year
After all her divorce drama with Gavin Rossdale, at least Gwen Stefani was able to channel that pain into a hit song.  As expected, the 46-year-old singer gave an emotional performance of "I Used To Love You" at the American Music Awards on Sunday night. Stefani was introduced by "Clueless" co-stars Alicia Silverstone and Jeremy Sisto, whose iconic teen movie was released 20-years ago and featured No Doubt's "Just A Girl" on its soundtrack. .@gwenstefani is giving us ALL the relationship feels! pic.twitter.com/qklYPajo45 — People magazine (@people) November 23, 2015 A video posted by Amy (@gigglez247) on Nov 22, 2015 at 6:24pm PST  Stefani debuted the breakup track in October at her first performance since announcing her divorce in August. While the singer is already dating Blake Shelton, it's clear she hasn't put the heartache of her divorce behind her. "I feel like I go back and listen to a lot of that stuff, and I get si ...
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'Veronica Mars' Will Premiere At SXSW; Jon Favreau's 'Chef' Set For Opening Night
Huffington Post - about 3 years
South by Southwest Film Festival organizers announced Thursday that "Veronica Mars" will have its world premiere at the Austin, Texas event in March, just before its theatrical debut on March 14. In addition to "Veronica Mars," Jon Favreau's star-studded indie comedy, "Chef," will open the 2014 SXSW Film Festival. Favreau's first film since 2011's "Cowboys and Aliens" stars Scarlett Johansson, Sofia Vergara, Robert Downey Jr., Dustin Hoffman and Favreau in the title role. "Jon Favreau’s wonderfully entertaining return to independent filmmaking works beautifully as our 2014 Opening Night Film, with his sharp and funny take on the world of food, artistry, and family in the age of social media,“ Janet Pierson, head of SXSW Film, said in a statement. "We’re equally excited to share a few more highly anticipated projects and premieres with you in advance of our full slate, as well as reveal some terrific new discoveries." SXSW Film will announce its lineup of films on Jan. 30. The fest ...
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Trappist Monk's Love Life To Be Chronicled In New Movie
Huffington Post - over 3 years
Don’t sing love songs, you’ll wake my mother She’s sleeping here right by my side And in her right hand a silver dagger, She says that I can’t be your bride. — from “Silver Dagger” by Joan Baez (RNS) It was their song — the young, winsome brunette and her silver-pated lover with the sparkly eyes. “All the love and all the death in me are at the moment wound up in Joan Baez’s ‘Silver Dagger,’” the man wrote to his lady love in 1966. “I can’t get it out of my head, day or night. I am obsessed with it. My whole being is saturated with it. The song is myself — and yourself for me, in a way.” It’s a chapter of the thoroughly modern mystic’s life that is no secret to his legions of fans, detractors, and scholars of his prolific work, including the best-selling autobiography, “The Seven-Storey Mountain.” Now Merton’s complex love life is the subject of a forthcoming feature film, “The Divine Comedy of Thomas Merton.” Not long before his death in 1968 at the ...
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The Role He Missed Out On
Huffington Post - over 3 years
Now famous for winning Leslie Knope's (Amy Poehler) heart on "Parks And Recreation" and for his "Party Down" bow tie, Adam Scott was once gunning for a role on "Six Feet Under." He did end up scoring a role on the HBO drama -- as David's (Michael C. Hall) love interest for two episodes-- but it wasn't the role he initially auditioned for. "You know how I got that role? It was me, Michael C. Hall and Jeremy Sisto testing for the role that Michael ultimately got ... He and I got to know each other a little bit [during the casting process], and then six months later, they had me come in to play his boyfriend for two episodes," Scott told TVLine. Looks like it's always good to have Dexter Morgan on your side! Check out Scott's 2002 appearance on the series in the video below:
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Watch Critics' Choice Television Awards Live Stream Video!
Just Jared - over 3 years
It will be a great night full of excellence in 2013 Critics’ Choice Television Awards held at The Beverly Hilton Hotel on Monday (June 10) in Beverly Hills, Calif. The show will be streamed live on UStream this evening and we have the video right here for you to watch starting at 8pm PST! The Big Bang Theory and American Horror Story: Asylum lead the nominations with six each. Parks and Recreation and Top of the Lake also did great with the critics with five nominations each. WHO DO YOU THINK should win awards this evening? Critics’ Choice Television Awards Live Stream Click inside for a complete list of nominations… BEST COMEDY SERIES The Big Bang Theory Louie The Middle New Girl Parks and Recreation Veep BEST ACTOR IN A COMEDY SERIES Don Cheadle (House of Lies) Louis C.K. (Louie) Jake Johnson (New Girl) Jim Parsons (The Big Bang Theory) Adam Scott (Parks and Recreation) Jeremy Sisto (Suburgatory) BEST ACTRESS IN A COMEDY SERIES Laura Dern ...
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Live Stream Tonight's Critics' Choice Television Awards Featuring 'Girls,' 'New Girl,' 'Breaking Bad' And More
Ok Magazine - over 3 years
Live stream by Ustream In addition to these 5 TV shows you should be watching tonight, make sure your computer is turned on simultaneously. UStream will be streaming tonight's Critics' Choice Television Awards LIVE starting at 11pm EST/8pm PST! The nominees range from some of our favorite shows from comedies like New Girl, Girls and Modern Family to dramas like Breaking Bad, Homeland and Mad Men. So even though this it not airing on TV, you can still feel like you're there. Win win, yes? OK! News: Listen to the New Game of Thrones Theme Song Check out the full list of nominees below, and watch the live stream above to see who the Broadcast Television Journalists Association pick to win! Those are the fancy people who get to vote for the winners, BTW. Photos: Real Housewives, Switched at Birth and More Shows on Tonight Best Drama Series The Americans Breaking Bad Downton Abbey Game of Thrones The Good Wife Homeland Best Actor in a Drama Series Bryan Cranston (Breaking Bad ...
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'Suburgatory' Is Losing Two Cast Members
Huffington Post - over 3 years
"Suburgatory" will look very different when it returns for Season 3, with Deadline reporting that regulars Alan Tudyk and Rex Lee have not had their contracts renewed for next season. We hear that there is a possibility that the two could return as guest stars. The comedy's renewal was reportedly a last-minute decision for ABC and came with a reduction in the license fee, which means the producers have to find ways to cut costs -- which, for an ensemble comedy, sadly means trimming the cast. According to Deadline, there may be further cuts or demotions from regular to recurring status ahead; stars Jane Levy, Jeremy Sisto, Cheryl Hines, Carly Chaikin, Ana Gasteyer and Allie Grant are the show's remaining regulars. Both actors have been with the comedy since the pilot, with Tudyk playing Noah Werner, the extravagant best friend of Sisto's character George, while Lee portrayed high school guidance counsellor Mr. Wolfe, who often interacted with Levy's Tessa. Because ...
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Charles Karel Bouley: Celebrities Get Fast and Real on the Streets of Long Beach (VIDEO)
Huffington Post - almost 4 years
Wood Rules Toyota Pro/Celebrity Grand Prix These celebrities aren't pretending and this is not make believe. This is 10 laps of 1.97 miles each at 100-mile-per-hour plus speeds. It's fast, and things can go wrong. And while it's all done for charity and in good fun, a competitive mood fills the air in the People Magazine celebrity paddock where the drivers gather before getting in their fancy 210 HP Scion FR-S cars and ripping up the streets. Rutlledge Wood, from TV's Top Gear USA, won the pole position on Friday, April 19th as his lap time of 1:45.505 proved the fastest of a lineup that includes Mark Steines (Hallmark Channel's Home and Family); actor Michael Trucco; Brett Davern from MTV; Medal of Honor Winner Dakota Meyer; actor Jeremy Sisto; comic Wanda Sykes; Olympic Gold Medalist Jessica Hardy; actress Jenna Elfman; Twilight movie star Jackson Rathbone and Latina star Kate De Castillo. Wood's Charity, a camp for special needs kids Victory Junction started by ...
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Jeremy Sisto Previews Relationship Drama On 'Suburgatory'
Huffington Post - almost 4 years
George (Jeremy Sisto) and Dallas (Cheryl Hines) have had a tumultuous romance on "Suburgatory" thus far, and it sounds like things are only going to get more complicated as we approach the end of the season, with Dallas' insecurities starting to undermine their relationship. HuffPost TV caught up with Jeremy Sisto to find out what's ahead for the unusual pair, whether George still has feelings for Alex (Malin Akerman) and what the end of the season holds for George and Tessa (Jane Levy). Spoilers ahead. What can you preview about this week's episode? It's my birthday episode and Dallas tries to get me a gift. She tries to really think about what I would like and get me something that I would appreciate, and I’m sure she had every desire to get me some kind of pastel outfit, but she restrained herself and she got me a guitar. But the problem is, it’s like the ugliest guitar in the world ... she just missed the mark. It’s funny, George loves this about her; honestly, ...
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Carly Chaikin On Dalia's Latest 'Suburgatory' Scheme
Huffington Post - almost 4 years
When ABC's "Suburgatory" first premiered, it was easy to dismiss the blonde and vapid Dalia Royce (Carly Chaikin) as just another stereotypical mean girl, but as the show has developed, so has Dalia -- she's become one of show's most unexpected delights, with Chaikin's deadpan delivery proving the perfect counterbalance for some of the comedy's broader moments. This week's episode, titled "How to Be a Baby," (Wednesday, March 6 at 9:30 p.m. EST) sees Dalia giving the lovelorn Mr. Wolfe (Rex Lee) some unexpected advice, as well as stealing two of the week's most memorable scenes. HuffPost TV caught up with Chaikin to preview tonight's episode and find out what's ahead for our favorite spoiled Chatswinian. In this week's episode, we get to see a very special and unique Dalia trait, which is called "dry crying." How did you come up with that performance? Oh my God. I haven’t even seen that yet. Well, filming that was actually really funny. For that scene, we did a bunch ...
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Alicia Silverstone Cast In Lifetime's 'HR' Pilot
Huffington Post - almost 4 years
Alicia Silverstone will be returning to TV as the lead in Lifetime's "HR," Deadline reports. The actress, who most recently visited her "Clueless" co-star Jeremy Sisto for a stint on "Suburgatory," will play "the uptight Director of Human Resources for a global company who, after a head injury alters her outlook on life, throws standard corporate practices out the window and inspires the business to strive for new ambitions and profits." Deadline reports that although the pilot was initially ordered last year, the pickup was contingent upon casting a recognizable lead, so the network spent time making sure that they'd found the right actress for the job. In other pilot news ... "Pan Am" star makes "Two Wrongs" for Fox. Kelli Garner will play Jenny, one half of the comedy's central couple who have to contend with the fact that boyfriend Nick's parents don't like Jenny all that much -- especially after she left him at the altar seven years prior. [The Hollywood ...
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Cheryl Hines Previews 'Suburgatory's' Valentine's Day Episode
Huffington Post - about 4 years
Love is in the air for "Suburgatory's" Valentine's Day episode (Wed., Feb 13 at 9:30 p.m. EST on ABC), but as is the case with most things in Chatswin, nothing really goes according to plan. While the Shays deal with the reality of overbearing mothers, and Tessa (Jane Levy) and Ryan (Parker Young) struggle to find common ground on their date, George (Jeremy Sisto) and Dallas (Cheryl Hines) see their lavish V-Day itinerary disrupted after Dallas has an unfortunate reaction to a cosmetic procedure. HuffPost TV caught up with Cheryl Hines via phone to learn more about the romantic episode (titled "Blowtox and Burlap"), what's coming up for George and Dallas and how she approaches the show's more surreal scenes. Dallas spends most of the Valentine's Day episode hiding her face and lurking in the shadows because of some cosmetic surgery gone wrong, but the end result is pretty amazing. How was it to work with the prosthetics? It was really uncomfortable. [Laughs.] It w ...
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Andy Ostroy: Adrienne Shelly Foundation Launches 6th Annual Celebrity eBay Auction to Support Women Filmmakers
Huffington Post - about 4 years
The stars have come out once again to support the Adrienne Shelly Foundation in its 6th Annual eBay Celebrity Auction ( www.ebay.com/asfoundation ). The Adrienne Shelly Foundation (ASF), a non-profit organization dedicated to the memory of adored actor, writer and director Adrienne Shelly (Waitress) awards nine annual production grants which support women filmmakers. "The work that the Adrienne Shelly Foundation has done over the past six years is really remarkable and I'm proud to support such an important organization working hard to help women filmmakers everywhere achieve their dreams," said three-time Oscar-nominated and Golden Globe Award-winning actor Michelle Williams, who's participating in her third ASF auction. Items available for bidding include: -Exclusive lunches with celebrities including Paul Rudd, Michelle Williams, Jon Hamm, Keri Russell, Rosario Dawson, Sarah Silverman, Julianna Margulies, Lorraine Bracco, Jason Segel, Cheryl Hines & Jeremy Si ...
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Jeremy Sisto
    FORTIES
  • 2015
    Age 40
    In 2015, Sisto produced and starred as Aaron Miller in the British thriller film Hangman, which had its premiere at South by Southwest.
    More Details Hide Details That same year, he joined the cast of ABC's crime drama series Wicked City. Sisto portrayed Detective Jack Roth, an LAPD officer searching for a serial killer on the Sunset Strip. The role was originally portrayed by Adam Rothenberg, but after the series was given its premiere date, the role was recast. It was poorly received by critics and was cancelled after airing only 3 episodes due to weak ratings by ABC. Sisto was then cast alongside Archie Panjabi in ABC's drama pilot The Jury, but the project was not picked up to series. He will star as Freddy Green in Antoine Fuqua's drama series Ice, opposite Cam Gigandet and Donald Sutherland.
    In 2015, he starred in A&E's The Returned, an adaptation of the French series of the same name.
    More Details Hide Details Sisto was born in Grass Valley, California, the son of Reedy Gibbs, an actress, and Richard "Dick" Sisto, a jazz musician and educator. Sisto has an older sister, Meadow Sisto, who is an actress mostly known for playing Caroline in the 1992 film Captain Ron. Sisto's parents divorced and his father was remarried to fabric artist Penny Sisto. Sisto lived with his mother and sister, and has said that his father's absence made parenting his own son more difficult. He was raised in the lower Sierra Nevada Mountains, before moving to Chicago at age seven. He attended Hayfield Montessori School in Louisville Kentucky for first grade, then Francis W. Parker School and worked with local theater companies Cherry Street Theater and the Absolute Theater Company. Sisto appeared in the film Grand Canyon while attending high school. After studying at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), he began acting full-time.
  • THIRTIES
  • 2014
    Age 39
    On June 5, 2014, it was announced that Sisto had joined the cast of Carlton Cuse's remake of The Returned for the cable channel A&E.
    More Details Hide Details The series lasted one season before it was cancelled by the network. He then voiced Talon in the animated direct-to-video film Batman vs. Robin.
    In 2014, Sisto co-wrote the screenplay for the comedy film Break Point with Gene Hong.
    More Details Hide Details He also starred in the film and served as a producer.
  • 2012
    Age 37
    In 2012, he starred as Sheriff Rowlings in the critically acclaimed science-fiction comedy-drama Robot & Frank.
    More Details Hide Details The following year, Sisto co-starred as Guy Karlsburg, alongside James Marsden and Claire Danes, in the comedy-drama As Cool as I Am.
  • 2011
    Age 36
    In 2011, he starred in the drama film Sironia, directed by Brandon Dickerson.
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    From 2011 to 2014, Sisto starred in the ABC comedy series Suburgatory, which premiered on September 28, 2011.
    More Details Hide Details He played the role of George Altman, the divorced father of the series' main character, for three seasons, after which the series was cancelled. Sisto was nominated for the 2013 Critics' Choice Television Award for Best Actor in a Comedy Series for his performance as George.
  • 2009
    Age 34
    Sisto and Lane married in a casual ceremony on October 13, 2009, at New York City Hall.
    More Details Hide Details On March 9, 2012, the couple had a second child, a boy named Bastian Kick Sisto. Sisto and his family live in Laurel Canyon, Los Angeles.
    In 2009, he played a Catholic priest, alongside Kristin Chenoweth as a prostitute, in the independent drama film Into Temptation.
    More Details Hide Details The following year, he starred in the Manhattan Theatre Club production of Spirit Control at the New York City Center, gaining rave reviews for his performance as Adam Wyatt.
  • 2008
    Age 33
    Also in 2008, Sisto starred in the drama film Gardens of the Night, and voiced the role of Batman in the direct-to-video film Justice League: The New Frontier.
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    In 2008, Sisto joined the cast of the NBC crime drama series Law & Order, as Detective Cyrus Lupo, replacing Milena Govich's Detective Nina Cassady as the partner of Jesse L. Martin's Ed Green.
    More Details Hide Details Sisto had already appeared on the show, as a lawyer, in the previous season's finale. Sisto stayed on for the series' final three seasons, and his character became partners with Anthony Anderson's Detective Kevin Bernard after Martin left the series near the end of season 18.
  • 2007
    Age 32
    In July 2007, Sisto was featured in the Maroon 5 video for the song "Wake Up Call".
    More Details Hide Details He played a man who was sleeping with the girlfriend of Adam Levine. That same year, he appeared as Earl Hunterson opposite Keri Russell in the comedy-drama film Waitress.
  • 2006
    Age 31
    In 2006, he appeared in the Broadway play Festen at the Music Box Theatre.
    More Details Hide Details In the same year, he starred in the short-lived NBC drama series Kidnapped, top-lined the direct-to-video mystery horror film Population 436, and starred in the crime-thriller film Unknown.
  • TWENTIES
  • 2003
    Age 28
    In 2003, Sisto starred in the drama film Thirteen, the romantic comedy The Movie Hero, and the horror film Wrong Turn.
    More Details Hide Details That same year, he also appeared in the series finale of The WB's teen drama series Dawson's Creek. Sisto then performed on the Los Angeles stage, playing the role of bigoted Southerner Shane Mungitt in Richard Greenberg's play Take Me Out, about a baseball player who announces he is gay; Sisto was nominated for a Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle Award for his role.
  • 2002
    Age 27
    Sisto and Ryan separated two days later but remained legally married until 2002. Their divorce was finalized on June 21, 2002.
    More Details Hide Details On June 5, 2009, Sisto and his girlfriend Addie Lane had their first child, a daughter named Charlie-Ballerina.
  • 2001
    Age 26
    From 2001 to 2005, he portrayed Billy Chenowith in the HBO drama series Six Feet Under.
    More Details Hide Details For that work, he was twice nominated for the Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series along with his co-stars.
  • 1998
    Age 23
    In 1998, he portrayed Frederick W. Seward in the TNT television film The Day Lincoln Was Shot.
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  • 1996
    Age 21
    In 1996, Sisto screen tested for the character of Jack Dawson in the James Cameron film Titanic alongside Kate Winslet, but ultimately lost out on the role to Leonardo DiCaprio.
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  • TEENAGE
  • 1993
    Age 18
    On August 30, 1993, Sisto married actress Marisa Ryan in Las Vegas; both were 18 years old.
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  • 1991
    Age 16
    Sisto made his acting debut in the 1991 drama film Grand Canyon, starring Kevin Kline and Steve Martin.
    More Details Hide Details He followed this with roles in the television films Desperate Choices: To Save My Child (1992) and The Shaggy Dog (1994). In his early film and television career, Sisto played a killer in Hideaway (1995); a rich teen in Clueless (1995); a 20-something kidnapper in Suicide Kings (1997); Olympic gold medalist long-distance runner Frank Shorter in Without Limits (1998); Jesus Christ in the CBS miniseries Jesus (1999); and a widowed filmmaker in This Space Between Us (1999). He has also starred in the films Moonlight and Valentino (1995), White Squall (1996), Bongwater (1997), Some Girl (1998), and Playing by Heart (1998).
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1974
    Born
    Born on October 6, 1974.
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