In 2012, Jeremy won an Emmy Award for Outstanding Guest Actor in a Drama Series playing on Dickie Bennett on Justified.
In 1999, Jeremy was nominated for a SAG award for Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Theatrical Motion Picture for the film Saving Private Ryan.
Jeremy won a Kansas City Film Critics Circle Award for best supporting actor in the movie Saving Private Ryan.
Jeremy is known to play damaged and offbeat characters. He likes to play them because he likes to be challenged and play complicated roles.
Jeremy lost 33 pounds for the movie Rescue Dawn.
Jeremy doesn't think it's his job to refuse a role he is offered. However, he does say that it has happened.
Jeremy grew up without television, and had never been struck by any film. It was the complexity of acting that drove him to his career.
Jeremy is the son of the famous children's author Mel Boring.
Jeremy Boring prefers to go as "Davies," which is his mother's maiden name.
Jeremy's mother contracted Lupus, and died from complications.
In early childhood, Jeremy lived in Traverse City until he moved to Kansas with his mother after his parents' divorce.
Jeremy has three siblings: Josh who is an Air Force pilot, Zachary and a sister Katy.
Jeremy attended American Academy of Dramatic Arts in Pasadena, CA.
Jeremy's height is 5'9" (1.75 m).
Jeremy Davies: The creators of Lost are endowed with some seriously certified, god-size talent. For a misfit like me, an offer to make coffee for those gentlemen is one I'd find terribly difficult to pass up.
Jeremy: I'm kind of an agent's nightmare, because I've basically been hijacking my skinny acting career for years to turn it into film school.
Jeremy: I never expected that a misfit like me could get very far in this business. You know how competitive it is. It's almost like winning the interplanetary lottery to get anywhere within.
Jeremy: I have many strange pockets that are filled from my own life, different shades of dark and light, different colors. Rather than define a role completely, I like to make a selection and be aware of who I've been and how that goes into the character's perhaps twisted behavior.
Jeremy: If I have a page of dialogue, with ten lines on it, to arrive on the set thinking that's all I should offer, that would make me feel like I was insulting the director. I like to have so much more underneath. Each line I say is the consideration of a heartbeat.
Jeremy: (About his upbringing) I'm from America. I grew up mostly in isolation and had a really peripatetic youth. There 're many pockets of America that have echoes for me. But beyond stating that, which is fairly dull, I don't really want to get into my family.