Jeremy Allen White is an American actor who has appeared in a number of films and television shows, including “Shameless” (2011-2021), in which he plays the character Phillip “Lip” Gallagher, and “The Rental” (2020), in which he plays the role of Josh. Jeremy Allen White has also played a variety of other roles throughout his acting career. Let’s discover the Jeremy Allen White net worth.
Jeremy Allen White Age, Early Life
Jeremy was born in Brooklyn, New York, United States of America, on February 18, 1991.
He’s an Aquarius. Jeremy’s ancestors came from Ukraine, England, Germany, Scotland, Scots-Irish/Northern Ireland, and the Netherlands. He hasn’t said her name yet. Jeremy is a mix of Ukrainian, German, and English.
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When Jeremy was younger, he took dancing classes and was particularly talented in ballet, tap, and jazz.
However, when he was 13 years old and started participating in a new dance program at his middle school, his interest shifted, and he began to focus more on acting. Before he was cast in his first job, he attended the Frank Sinatra School of the Arts for a total of six months of training.
The Beginning of Jeremy Allen White’s Career
In the middle of the 2000s, Jeremy got his start in the entertainment industry when he was cast as Jack Phelps in the television series “Conviction” (2006).
In the same year, he played the character of Young Clive in the comedy-drama film “Beautiful Ohio,” and he secured his first starring role in the drama film “The Speed of Life” (2007), in which he acted opposite Peter Appel and Agnes Brenson. Both of these films were released in 2007.
In the film “Afterschool” in 2008, he portrayed the role of Dave. The following year, he appeared in the action-packed crime-drama thriller “Twelve,” which also starred Chace Crawford, Emma Roberts, and Rory Culkin.
Instant Success of Jeremy Allen White
Jeremy played Phillip “Lip” Gallagher in “Shameless” after he graduated from high school. He has become a fan favorite and has been in every one of the show’s 134 episodes. Best Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series was one of the categories for the 2014 Critics’ Choice Television Awards.
After portraying Gus in “The Time Being” with Frank Langella, Wes Bentley, and Sarah Paulson, Jeremy starred in “Bad Turn to Worse” with Mackenzie Davis and Logan Huffman in 2013 and “Rob the Mob” in 2014.
After that, Jeremy worked on “Shameless,” and he didn’t do anything else until “Heaven” and “Chasing You” came out in 2017.
Following that, he worked with Gina Gershon, Marisa Tomei, and Sasha Lane in “After Everything.” In “Homecoming,” which came out the same year, he played Joseph Shrier.
“The Rental” starred Dan Stevens, Alison Brie, and Sheila Vand. “Vienna and the Fantomes” starred Caleb Landry Jones, Ryan LeBoeuf, and Evan Rachel Wood. Jeremy played Freddy. Both films went to theaters.
Then, he played Tommaso in “The Birthday Cake.” Right now, he is putting the finishing touches on “You Can’t Win.” Phillip Gallagher in “Shameless Hall of Shame” was the last part he played (2021).
Jerry Allen White Personal Life
They live in Beverly Hills, California, United States. They have two daughters, Ezer Billie and Dolores Wild, who were both born in 2018 and 2020, respectively, after their wedding on October 18, 2019, to actress Addison Timlin.
Jeremy had a relationship with Emma Greenwell from 2011 to 2017 before meeting Addison.
Jerry Allen White Net Worth
With more than 25 film and television appearances under his belt, Jeremy Allen White’s net worth has been estimated at over $8 million at this point in time.