About Jeremy T. Thomas:

Jeremy T. Thomas

Jeremy T. Thomas is years old American actor who was born on July 3, 2006, in Atlanta, Georgia, United States. Jeremy is best known for his roles in Antlers (Lucas Weaver, 2021), Paradise Lost (Young Boyd Suttree, 2020), The Righteous Gemstones (Harmon Freeman, 2019), and many more.

Let’s know more about Jeremy T. Thomas.

Quick Bio:

Full Name     Jeremy T. Thomas
Other Name J.T. Corbitt, JT Corbitt
Profession Actor
Date of Birth July 3, 2006
Age (In ) Years
Height 4’9″ (1.45 m)
Zodiac Sign Cancer
Birthplace Atlanta, Georgia
Nationality American
Marital Status Unmarried
Hobbies Traveling
Net Worth Under Review
Debut Tv Dolly Parton’s Coat of Many Colors
Debut Movie Antlers (2021)

Physique and Body Stats:

Jeremy Thomas is approximately 4 feet 9 inches (1.45 m) tall. He has blonde hair and has grey eyes.

Early life and Education:

Jeremy’s acting career started in 2015 through a television movie named ‘Dolly Parton’s Coat of Many Colors, in which, he played the role of a Schoolboy.

Family and Relationship:

Jeremy’s mother’s name is Misty Corbit.

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Movies and Television shows/series Appearance:

  1. Antlers (Lucas Weaver, 2021)
  2. Paradise Lost (Young Boyd Suttree, 2020)
  3. The Righteous Gemstones (Harmon Freeman, 2019)
  4. One Last Hit (Blake, 2019) – Short Film
  5. Your Worst Nightmare (Scott Wells, 2019)
  6. Lore (Young Gene Otto, 2017) – tv series documentary
  7. Dolly Parton’s Coat of Many Colors (School Boy, 2015)

Interesting Facts:

  1. Jeremy celebrates his birthday on July 3rd. He is years old as of .
  2. His zodiac sign is Cancer.
  3. He has played the role of Lucas Weaver in the movie, Antlers (2021).
  4. He had played the role of Young Boyd Suttree in Paradise Lost (2020).
  5. He love animals.
  6. His grandfather was in the Army.
3 thoughts on “Jeremy T. Thomas: Age, Birthday, Height, Family, Bio, Facts, And Much More.”
  1. Antlers is the first film I have seen young Jeremy in. Ancient malevolent spirit wakes up pissed because Whitey is raping the land. Again. The way it takes over a body, and the ensuing transformation, is disgusting and fascinating. The movie could still be meh without the boy that plays Lucas. I don't really want to know how a child actor can flawlessly and intensely portray a starved and neglected child silently trying to hold his family together by feeding dead stuff to his transforming dad who is locked in the attic with his little brother. It's eerie, in a 'Serbian war baby adopted by American family is now 12, and can fake an American accent' way. I picture the casting call being like "We are looking for a young anglo child who recently was rescued from a war torn region where child soldiers and slavery are common. Preferably already speaks English and isn't feral."
    All inappropriate kidding aside, he is an outstanding young actor.

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