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Jeremy Beiler

Jeremy Beiler was born and raised in Madison, Wisconsin. Although Making Revolution (2003) is his feature film debut, his true roots in screen acting come from "Free Love Forum," a sketch comedy show on a low-budget cable access station in Madison which he and his high school buddies did from 1997-2000. As of 2004 Jeremy is a senior at Columbia ... See full bio »
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Nominated for 3 Primetime Emmys. Another 1 win & 4 nominations. See more awards »

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Men in Black 3
Men in Black 3 Hotel Doorman
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 2017 Night of Too Many Stars (TV Movie)
 2014-2017 Saturday Night Live (TV Series) (written by - 60 episodes)
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  Triumph's Election Watch 2016 (TV Mini-Series) (3 episodes, 2016) (additional material - 1 episode, 2016)
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 2014 Inside Amy Schumer (TV Series) (writer - 10 episodes)
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 2014 The Maya Rudolph Show (TV Movie)
  Bunk (TV Series) (5 episodes, 2012) (writer - 1 episode, 2012)
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 2010 Pointless (TV Movie)
 2008 Michael Stahl-David: Behind the Star (TV Series) (written by - 13 episodes)
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 2006 FreeLoveForum (TV Movie)
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Played the part of Moonface Martin in his high school's production of "Anything Goes" in 2000.


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