Jeremy Webb made his debut Gulf Coast Symphony Orchestra in last season’s South Pacific as Billis. He created the role of Francesco Andreini in The Glorious Ones at Lincoln Center Theatre (original cast recording), played The Schoolmaster in The Visit (Broadway, Actor’s Fund) and has appeared Off-Broadway in Tabletop (Drama Desk Award), Photograph 51 (Ensemble Studio Theatre), The Baltimore Waltz (Signature Theatre), BFF, and Reading Under the Influence. Workshops include The Royal Family of Broadway, Dance of the Vampires, Yeast Nation, and Cairo. Jeremy played all of the roles in Stravinsky’s L’Histoire du Soldat for The Ridgefield Symphony and has appeared in Buyer and Cellar (2016 St. Louis Theatre Circle Award, Best Actor in a Comedy), Spamalot (Kansas City Starlight, TUTS, Pittsburgh CLO), Camelot (Walnut Street Theatre), The Apple Family Plays (Helen Hayes Nomination), Private Lives and A Doll’s House (Huntington), She Stoops to Conquer (Williamstown), Dracula, The Foreigner, A Few Good Men, and Fool (Alley), Don Juan (title role, Shakespeare Theatre Co.), Misalliance (The Old Globe), and McCarter Theatre, Long Wharf Theatre, and other New York stage and film, The O’Neill & The Hangar Theatre. His film/TV/radio credits include Love Walked In, Law & Order, Criminal Intent, Law & Order: SVU, Guiding Light, and Next Fall (LA Theatreworks). Jeremy is interviewed in the book The Broadway Song (Oxford University Press, 2015). He trained in the Drama School at The University of North Carolina School of the Arts.