Jeremy Sims at The Sapphires Hometown Gala Premiere, State Theatre Sydney, in August 2012
Jeremy Hartley Sims (born 10 January 1966) is an Australian actor and director.
Jeremy Sims was born in Perth, Western Australia in 1966, and was educated at Wesley College 1977–83.
His first appearance on the big screen was as 'boy on raft' in the 1980 movie Harlequin. He graduated in 1990 from the National Institute of Dramatic Art (NIDA) in Sydney, with a degree in Performing Arts (Acting). In 2015, Sims landed a supporting role in Ruben Guthrie.
Other television appearances include: Wildside, Medivac, Farscape, Young Lions, Stingers, The Secret Life of Us, Fireflies and McLeod's Daughters. He also starred in Home and Away as in 2009 as David "Gardy" Gardiner.
In 1995, together with then girlfriend Kym Wilson, Sims formed the theatrical production company "Pork Chop Productions". Pork Chop won a Drover's award in 2005 for their production of the play, "Last Cab To Darwin".
As a director:
- Last Train to Freo, feature film released in 2006.
- Beneath Hill 60, as Jeremy Hartley Sims, released in April 2010.
- Last Cab to Darwin, released in 2014
- Wayne Feature documentary on Motorcycle World Champion, Wayne Gardner. Released 2018.
- Rams, released in 2020.
Sims first daughter, China McDonald was born in 2000. Sims was married to film director Samantha Lang. They have two daughters, Frederique and Evelyn Sims. Jeremy and his wife Tania Leimbach have a son, Leroy Sims, 5 years old.
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