Jeremy Feig is a filmmaker and screenwriter. He writes for film and TV with his writing partner, Tiffany Current, and is based in the Los Angeles area.
August 1977: Jeremy Feig is born in New York. The world is unimpressed.
April 1982: Jeremy, who now bears a striking resemblance to the Little Dutch Boy on the paint cans, decides to pursue the performing arts when he grows up. Specifically, to be a clown that sells balloons.
1982 1995: Not much happens. The uneventful years
September 1995: Jeremy begins attending the prestigious New Paltz College in upstate New York, known for its fine theatre arts program.
March 1996: Jeremy fails to gain acceptance into New Paltz College's fine theatre arts program. For the second time. Lesson learned: next time, try to find out about the audition well ahead of time, rather than four hours earlier.
April 1999: Jeremy makes his first film, a student short about an abused woman who tries to kill her husband with rat poison. The world is still unimpressed.
July 1999: Soon after graduating college, Jeremy moves to New York City. His goal of waking up at 4am to work low level TV/film production jobs is achieved.
August 2000: Jeremy fulfills his manifest destiny and heads west, to the place where dreams come true. But finding Des Moines' magic to be less than anticipated, he continues on to Los Angeles.
September 2000 December 2002: Along with stints as an assistant kindergarten teacher and a dirt lab secretary, Jeremy delves into the exciting world of background acting. Being an extra, Jeremy utilizes the famed techniques of the trade: the shocked expression, talking silently, and perhaps most important the background cross.
April 2002: Jeremy makes his first L.A.-based short film, Pitching Messmar. The world remains unimpressed.
January 2003: Jeremy's renewed goal of waking up at 4am to work low level TV/film production jobs is once again achieved.
February 2004: My Grapefruit, My Father, Jeremy's longest and most complex film to date, opens at L.A.'s New Beverly Cinema, legendary home of the obscure art house double feature.
July 2006: manicturtle.com, the website for Jeremy's Manic Turtle Productions, goes online. The world remains unimpressed but starts paying a little attention.
November 2006: Jeremy is outsourced to Bangalore, India. North America breathes a collective sigh of relief.
May 2007: Jeremy returns to Los Angeles. A little older, a little wiser and with a newfound appreciation for bottled water.