Who is Jeremy Rowley?

Jeremy Rowley was born on 11 July 1978 under the zodiac sign of Cancer, in New York City, USA. He is a 43-year-old character actor, writer, and comedian, probably best recognized for landing the role of Lewbert in the Nickelodeon teen sitcom “iCarly” (2007-2012), providing his voice to the title role in the Nickelodeon animated fantasy-comedy series “Bunsen Is A Beast” (2017-2018), and featuring as Bradley in the TV Land/Paramount Network comedy series “Nobodies” (2017-2018).

How rich is he, as of now? Jeremy Rowley Net Worth

As of mid-2021, Jeremy Rowley’s net worth is estimated at over $800,000, earned through his successful contribution to the entertainment industry.

Jeremy as Lewbert the Doorman in icarly

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He’s worked on more than 50 television and film titles since he launched his career back in the late 1990s.

Early Life, Parents, Siblings, Nationality, Ethnicity, Educational Background

Jeremy Rowley spent his early years in his hometown of Fort Collins, where he was raised with his brother Thomas Rothman by their father, Arne Naess Jr., and mother Diana Ross; however, their professions aren’t revealed, nor the various surnames explained. He’s of part Swedish ancestry, holds American nationality and belongs to White Caucasian ethnic group. Regarding his education, Jeremy hasn’t shared any details about it.

Career Beginnings

Jeremy Rowley started pursuing his professional acting career in 1999, when he made his debut TV appearance in a small role in an episode of the WB’s fantasy drama series “Charmed”, while his debut feature film appearance came in the next year, when he played William Morris receptionist in the teenage musical comedy film “Coyote Ugly”, directed by David McNally and based on Coyote Ugly Saloon; the film eventually became a cult classic. Between 2000 and 2002, he appeared in the Nickelodeon live-action comedy sketch series “The Amanda Show”, gaining recognition for his sketch “Blockblister”.

Jeremy Rowley

In 2002, he landed several roles in another Nickelodeon comedy sketch show, entitled “All That”, which was followed by his portrayals of Paul Merking in the short film “Terry Tate, Officer Linebacker: Sensitivity Training” in 2004. In the next year, he appeared in the supporting role of Arthur in two episodes of the CBS sitcom “Out Of Practice”, and made guest appearances in such TV series as “According To Jim”, “Lovespring International”, and “Drake & Josh”, among others.

Rise to Fame

In 2007, Jeremy Rowley landed such roles as a pirate in the parody film “Epic Movie”, and as Karl in the comedy film “Cougar Club”, directed by Christopher Duddy.

During the same year, he wrote, and played Robert Michael Jack, in the made-for-TV comedy film “Case Closed”. His first major role came when he joined the recurring cast of the Nickelodeon teen sitcom “iCarly”, in which he starred as mean doorman Lewbert from 2007 until its finale in 2012. It was created by Dan Schneider and follows the lives of Carly Shay, who creates the web show “iCarly”, and her friends. The series was nominated five times for an Emmy Award for Outstanding Children’s Program. He later reprised the role in the made-for-TV film “iCarly: IGo To Japan” in 2008.

Concurrently, Jeremy continued to work on other projects. In 2008, he landed the supporting role of Bradley R. Morrison in two episodes of the web comedy series “The Office: Kevin’s Loan”.

In 2010 and 2011, he was cast as Drake LaBouche in the second season of the comedic digital series “In Gayle We Trust”, which was launched by NBC Universal Digital Studio. He then played a nurse in two episodes of the ABC mystery comedy-drama series “Desperate Housewives” from 2011 to 2012, and during this time he also guest-starred in such TV series as “Modern Family”, “Franklin & Bash”, and “Chocolate News”, among others.

Continued Success

In 2013, Jeremy Rowley took the role of Orson in the independent action sci-fi thriller film “Sparks”, along with Chase Williamson and Ashley Bell.

He then lent his voice to various characters in the Adult Swim animated series “Mike Tyson Mysteries” from 2015 to 2018, which follows Mike Tyson solving various mysteries. In 2016, he appeared in the role of Sam in the comedy film “Hickey”, written and directed by Alex Grossman, which was followed by his portrayal of Gary Crenshaw in Dan Harris’ 2017 film adaptation of the play “Speech & Debate”. Concurrently, he made guest appearances in numerous TV series, including “Key And Peele”, “Benched”, and “Hart Of Dixie”, to name a few.

Between 2017 and 2018, Jeremy did the voice-overs of Bunsen and additional characters in the Nickelodeon animated fantasy-comedy series “Bunsen In A Beast”, which earned him an Annie Award nomination for Outstanding Achievement for Voice Acting in an Animated Television Broadcast Production.

During the same period, he landed the role of Bradley in the short-lived TV Land comedy series “Nobodies”; however, the series was canceled after two seasons. Since 2019, he has provided his voice to both Mayor Webb and Jimmy Lee in the Fox adult animated sitcom “Bless The Hearts”. He’s also served as a staff writer and story editor for the series.

Other Work

To speak further about his acting career, Jeremy Rowley is a member of the famous improvisational and comedy sketch group The Groundlings, based in Los Angeles.

He’s also recognized as Ming on the weekly comedy audio podcast “Comedy Bang! Bang!”. Besides that, he wrote and produced his own one-man stand-up show, entitled “How Not To Be Murdered By A Serial Killer”.

Personal Life and Appearance

Jeremy Rowley is married to his “iCarly” co-star Danielle Morrow. The couple exchanged their wedding vows at an intimate ceremony held in January 2016, and are the parents of a son whose name remains a mystery. The family currently resides in Los Angeles, California.

Talking about his appearance, Jeremy has short dark brown hair and hazel eyes. He stands at a height of 5ft 4ins (1.63m), but information about his weight, vital statistics, biceps size, and shoe size isn’t available.

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