Jeremy Piven Born: 07/26/1965
Birth Place: New York City, New York, USA
Born July 26, 1965 in New York City, but raised in Chicago, IL, Piven was the son of Byrne and Joyce Piven, founders of the Piven Theatre Workshop, a company which would go on to nurture such future names as John and Joan Cusack, Rosanna Arquette and Aidan Quinn. Acting from childhood, he would later become a member of the Second City National Touring Company, a pivotal bit of comic training that would serve the young actor well later on in his career. Moving from the stage, Piven segued to features as one of the bullying jocks in "Lucas" (1986). His subsequent work included playing one of the Gas 'N Sip boys in Cameron Crowe's classic, "Say Anything" (1989), a film that...
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