Jeremy Davidson (actor)

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Jeremy Davidson (born Jeremy Michael Greenberg; December 24, 1971) is an American actor, writer and director.



He has been featured as Jack Randall, Kitty's love interest in the television series Brothers & Sisters . He appeared in five seasons of the Lifetime series Army Wives as SFC Chase Moran. He played recurring characters on the ABC TV 2011-12 series Pan Am , the NBC TV 2013 series Do No Harm , and season 6 of the USA Network series Royal Pains . [1]

Personal life

Davidson is married to actress Mary Stuart Masterson; the couple have three children. They met in 2004 during a production of Cat on a Hot Tin Roof and married two years later. He was previously married to Shari Berkowitz. [2]

Selected filmography


2010 Salt President's Secret Service Agent
2007 Tickling Leo Producer, director and writer
2006 Little Chenier Carl LeBauve
2005HateJoeyTV Movie


2018 Seven Seconds James Connelly9 episodes
2017 Elementary Daryl Brennan2 episodes
2015 Chicago P.D. Sgt. Dave Roland1 episode
2014 Gotham Nikolai2 episodes
2014 Royal Pains Ray Mazzarino 6 episodes
2014 The Americans Emmett ConnorsEpisode: "Comrades"
2013 Do No Harm Rob5 episodes
2012 Person of Interest Brad JenningsEpisode: "Many Happy Returns
2011-2012 Pan Am Richard Parks14 episodes
Recurring Character
2010 Brothers & Sisters Jack Randall4 episodes
2007-2013 Army Wives Chase MoranRecurring character (6 seasons)
2007 The Kill Point Corporal Henry "Mr. Rabbit" Roman8 episodes
2006 Cold Case Julius CarverEpisode: "Dog Day Afternoons"
2004 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit Seth ColemanEpisode: "Penetration"
2000-2001 Roswell Grant Sorenson5 episodes
1999 Law & Order Sean RussoEpisode: "Ambitious"

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  1. Jeremy Davidson on IMDb
  2. Eng, Joyce (November 3, 2009). "Mary Stuart Masterson Welcomes a Son". TV Guide. Retrieved 2010-11-14.