Jeremy Geidt

Jeremy Geidt was a British-born American stage actor and acting coach. He was a founding member of both the American Repertory and Yale Repertory Theatres. Theatre credits include his Broadway debut in A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Metropolitan Opera House) and Humphrey in Alfie! (Morosco Theatre); Off-Broadway, as Alcantor in The Forced MarriageSganarelle (Newman Theatre) and Arthur in The Trigon (Stage 73); and regionally, as Max in Cabaret, Pyótr Nikoláyevich Sórin in The Seagull, Cicero in Julius Caesar, Montague in Romeo and Juliet, Ferapont in The Three Sisters, Fisherman/Helicanus in Pericles, Coulmier in Marat/Sade, Truscott in Loot, Pavel Lebedev in Ivanov, and Beralde in The Imaginary Invalid (American Repertory).

Film credits include Interfaces, Next Stop Wonderland, The Spanish Prisoner, Private Potter, Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, The Storm Bell, and So Little Time.

Television credits include ITV’s Second City Reports, ITV’s Boyd Q.C., ITV’s ITV Television Playhouse, and BBC’s BBC Sunday-Night Theatre.