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Jeremy Sims was born on January 10, 1966 in Perth, Western Australia, Australia as Jeremy William Hartley. He is an actor and director, known for Idiot Box (1996), Fireflies (2004) and Dangerous Remedy (2012). See full bio »
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 2015 Ruben Guthrie
 2012 Dangerous Remedy (TV Movie)
Bertram Wainer
 2011 Underbelly Files: The Man Who Got Away (TV Movie)
Lord Tony Moynihan
 2010 City Homicide (TV Series)
Pete Copeland
- Gut Instinct (2010) ... Pete Copeland
 2009 The Waiting City
 2009 In Her Skin
 2005 Blue Water High (TV Series)
Loren's Dad
- Episode #3.9 ... Loren's Dad
 2005 McLeod's Daughters (TV Series)
Will Hamilton
- Boy Made Good (2005) ... Will Hamilton
 2004 Fireflies (TV Movie)
Tim 'Backa' Burke
 2003 The Secret Life of Us (TV Series)
- The Saturn Return (2003) ... Neil
- The Dark Side (2003) ... Neil
 2003 Balmain Boys (TV Movie)
 1999-2003 Stingers (TV Series)
Troy Thorpe / Aaron Fielder
- Acts of Love (2003) ... Troy Thorpe
- Mule Train (2002) ... Troy Thorpe
- Lunatic Fringe: Part 2 (1999) ... Aaron Fielder
- Lunatic Fringe: Part 1 (1999) ... Aaron Fielder
 2003 Ned
Mr. Kelly
 2002 Tick (Short)
 2001 The Bill (TV Series)
DSC Ken McEvoy
- Beech on the Run (2001) ... DSC Ken McEvoy
 2000 City of Dreams (Documentary)
Walter Burley Griffin
 2000 The Lost World (TV Series)
- Camelot (2000) ... Vordred
 1999 Secret Men's Business (TV Movie)
Warwick Jones
 1998 The Chosen (TV Movie)
Peter McAlister
 1998 Aftershocks (TV Movie)
John Constable
 1998 Adrenalin Junkies (TV Series)
Mark Best
- True Colours (1998) ... Mark Best
- Boy Scout (1998) ... Mark Best
- Wants and Needs (1998) ... Mark Best
- Code Purple (1998) ... Mark Best
 1998 Wildside (TV Series)
Greg Zelka
- Episode #1.31 (1998) ... Greg Zelka
 1998 The Day of the Roses (TV Mini-Series)
Gerry Buchtmann
 1997 Kangaroo Palace (TV Movie)
Jack Gill
 1997 Breaking News (TV Series)
Steve Barrett
- The Art of the Interview (1997) ... Steve Barrett
 1996 Natural Justice: Heat
Gavin Larsen
 1996 Idiot Box
 1995 Natural Justice (TV Series)
Gavin Larsen
 1995 Police Rescue (TV Series)
Jeff Bertram
- Conduct Endangering Life (1995) ... Jeff Bertram
 1994 Heartland (TV Mini-Series)
Garth Madden
 1994 Police Rescue
 1992 Chances (TV Series)
Alex Taylor
- Contained (1992) ... Alex Taylor
 1991 Placenta (Short)
 1980 Harlequin
Young Boy on Raft
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Personal Details

Other Works:

: Plays Ed Harris in "The Virgin Mim" play by Tony McNamara (Wharf Theater, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia).

Alternate Names:

Jeremy Hartley Sims

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He graduated from Australia's National Institute of Dramatic Art (NIDA) with a degree in Performing Arts (Acting) in 1990.

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