Jeremy Lowe came to Los Angeles at fresh out of high school to study with famed acting teacher and creator of the Meisner Technique, Sanford Meisner. Widely respected for his hand in the development of a whole generation of actor’s actors (Steve McQueen, Bobby Duvall, Gregory Peck, Peter Falk, John Voight) and his part in the creation of The Group Theater.
Sandy saw in Jeremy the same qualities and talent that he saw in them and was invited to come and study with the master on the island of Bequia in the West Indies. A rare opportunity and honor reserved for his best and brightest students. After the West Indies he was asked to come back to LA to finish Sandy’s two-year program.
Having continued the development of his craft as well as acted in various plays, television shows, and films in Los Angeles over the years the merit of Jeremy’s love of Asian cinema, the people, and culture has drawn him to Seoul to explore the expressed interest and solicitation of modeling agencies eager to find new and fresh faces to feature in print.
While modeling has not been his thing in the states (In spite of being a handsome handsome devil, I mean. Come on.) Lowe is looking forward to spending more time with the Korean people and taking part in what he considers to be some of the most inspiring and groundbreaking examples of cinema to have crossed our shores since the turn of the century.