Jeremy Banster is an Actor, Author, Director and Producer. He was born in Paris, France. His father was a first assistant director. His mother was a make up artist.
His career started on stage, at the Odeon Theatre Paris France, in 1997 in Montserrat of Emmanuel Robles. He directed the show and played the role of Montserrat. He played his first leading role for the cinema, in which he plays a boxer, Les coups bas (1998) directed by the European boxing champion Frank Nicotra. Then, for the French TV, he played the major role of Stan Delcourt in Alex Santana, négociateur (2002) directed by René Manzor. During his career, Jeremy wrote many scripts and lived in Los Angeles USA, London U.K, Ireland Connemara, for many years. Jeremy Banster directed and co-produced his first feature movie with his production company Cantina Studio, La vie pure (2014), based on a true story, the last hours of the french explorer, Raymond Maufrais. He shot the film in Amazonia starring Stany Coppet, Aurélien Recoing, Alex Descas, Daniel Duval, Elli Medeiros, Barbara Cabrita and Marie-Gaêlle Cals.