Born in New York City during the 1980’s, Jeremy Dash was a child of interracial heritage with his mother from a small family of Italian decent and his father from an expansive West Indian family with roots in Barbados. His early years were spent on Manhattan’s upper west side, and after some time in the Bronx, the family moved north of the City to the suburb of Ardsley in Westchester County.
Early on Jeremy developed an interest in fighting sports and automotive design which continue to this day. He has trained in Muay-Thai and Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. Jeremy is an aficionado of Mixed Martial Arts and also has a keen interest in motorcycles for recreational riding.
Entertainment is in Jeremy’s bloodline on both sides of the family. His maternal grandmother and her sister were a famous song and dance team. Known as the Lorraine Sisters, they performed in vaudeville for many years. Jeremy’s brother, Damon, is the hip-hop mogul who partnered with Jay-Z to found Roc-A-Fella Records. Cousin, Stacey, is the actress of Clueless fame and many other movies to her credit.
Jeremy has a B.A. degree from SUNY Purchase as well as many years of experience in the field of television and film both behind and in front of the camera. He has performed in television, films, commercial and music videos, and acting is where Jeremy’s heart lies.