Jeremy Ferdman (born November 10, 1986 in Toronto, Ontario.[1]) is a Canadian actor.


First seen in the Toronto production of "Flora, the Red Menace", Ferdman started his acting career performing on stage. In 2003, he began his television career with a walk-on role in Queer As Folk. Since then, he has starred in several films including the critically acclaimed 2005 film, Stock Boy, and the award-winning short film "Dirty Talk", which he also co-wrote and Produced. At an early age, he appeared in several memorable commercials for Rogers Wireless, McDonalds, and 23 Degrees Coffee. He has also appeared in various award-winning television shows including NBC's Angela's Eyes, the FXX series "Man Seeking Woman", Lifetime's Killer Kids, ABC's "Home for the Holidays" and Syfy's Warehouse 13.

Jeremy has recently relocated to Los Angeles from Atlanta where he worked at Georgia Shakespeare Festival touring with: A Midsummer Night's Dream, Will's World (about the life of the famous playwright), and Metamorphoses.

Jeremy played the zany Poster Guy in Horrorween directed by Joe Estevez and acted alongside William Shatner. In 2015, he will be seen in "Dominion", a Dylan Thomas biopic starring Rhys Ifans, Tony Hale and John Malkovitch. In 2016, he will be seen in "Race", a Jesse Owens biopic starring Stephan James, Jeremy Irons, Jason Sudeikis and William Hurt. He plays the role of Marty Glickman.

Jeremy is a graduate of the Stella Adler Studio of Acting in New York City.


  1. ^ Shefa, Sheri (2007-04-26). "Canadian Jewish actor is on the rise". Canadian Jewish News. Retrieved 2007-04-27. 

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