- Full Name Jeremy Michael Greenberg
- Nickname Jeremy Davidson
- Birth Date Dec 24, 1971
- Age 50 Years, 7 Months
- Nationality American
- Birthplace Vestal, New York, USA
- Zodiac Sign Capricorn
- Occupation Actor & Athlete
- Father Mickey Greenberg
- Father's Occupation Basketball Coach and English Teacher
- Relationship Status Re-Married
- Wife Mary Stuart Masterson
- Wedding Date 17 February 2006
- Height 6 Feet (1.83 m)
- Net Worth Not Disclosed
Jeremy Davidson | BiographyInitially Pursued Career in Basketball
Jeremy Davidson is an American actor known for his roles in 'Salt' and 'Army Wives.'
Who is Jeremy Davidson?
Jeremy Michael Greenberg was born on 24 December 1971 in Vestal, New York. He was initially a basketball player coached by his father, Mickey Greenberg, a coach and English teacher. He played varsity level basketball alongside his two brothers.
He began acting in 2000 as Drake Rogers in the series Strangers with Candy. Following that, he was Grant Sorenson from 2000 to 2001 in Roswell, then appeared as Daniel Brackett in Crossing Jordan in 2002, as Lt. Cmdr. Justin Bentley in JAG in 2003 and Dr. Robert Platt in The Practice in 2004.
After that, Davidson had multiple minor roles in Law & Order from 1999 to 2006. While in 2007, he played the role of Mr. Rabbit or Henry Roman in the series The Kill Point.
In 2010 he played the role of President's Secret Service Agent in the movie Salt. The same year he was also in Brothers & Sisters as Jack Randall, then as Richard Parks in Pan Am from 2011 to 2012. Subsequently, he landed his career-defining role of Chase Moran or PFC Paul Thompson from 2007 to 2012 in the series Army Wives.
In addition, he also appeared in The Good Wife in 2012 as Phil Tapia, Rob in Do No Harm in 2013, and Ray Mazzarino on Royal Pains in 2014.
Furthermore, in 2016, Davidson narrated the documentary series The Making of the Mob and also appeared as Daryl Brennan on Madam Secretary in 2017. Then in 2018, he was James Connelly on the mini-series Seven Seconds, while most recently, he appeared on FBI as Roger Plamer in 2021 and then as the Seer on the 2022 series The Blacklist.
Wife and Children
Davidson was initially married to actress Shari Berkowitz. They tied the knot on 4 August 2001, however, did not disclose their divorce dates. After that, he married actress Mary Stuart Masterson. They first met in 2004 and married two years later on 17 February 2006.
They had their first child, a son, in October 2009, twins in 2011, and another child. His wife, Masterson, was pregnant while he was promoting the series Army Wives.
"My family life at home in Brooklyn is becoming [more involved] — we're actually pregnant with twins. So balancing career and family is becoming increasingly challenging for me and in five months we are going to have three kids under the age of 2. We are in happy shock about it," he told E! Online, reported by the Daily News.