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Jeremy Swift

A versatile, warm & friendly voice with comedic style

    • Commerical
    • Friendly, informative
    • Warm, down-to-earth
    • Narrative
    • Artist Unplugged

Having risen to prominence in the likes of television series Vanity Fair and Blind Men, Jermay has gone on to lend himself to a host of varied projects.  He’s played Arthur in Gosford Park, Mr Bumble in Oliver Twist and Septiumus Spratt in ITV’s Downton Abbey. However, Jeremy is also no stranger to the stage, with roles in the National Theatre’s production of What the Butler Saw and the old Hampstead Theatre’s hit Abigail’s Party. More recently, Jeremy has played Dennis on three seasons of The Durrells, Glenvil Harris in Foyle’s War and Ben Parker in The Art of LoveYou can currently catch him in the acclaimed first two series of Ted Lasso, for which he was nominated for a Primetime Emmy Award. 

Accent(s): Northern

Age range: 40s-50s