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Jeremy Ray Taylor


Jeremy Ray Taylor is an actor, known for It (2017), Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Road Chip (2015) and Ant-Man (2015). See full bio »
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Known For

It
It Ben Hanscom
(2017)
Ant-Man
Ant-Man Bully
(2015)
42
42 Boy
(2013)

Filmography

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 2017 Geostorm
Emmett (uncredited)
 2017/I It
Ben Hanscom
 2016 Good Behavior (TV Series)
Another Kid
- We Pretend We're Stuck (2016) ... Another Kid (as Jeremy Taylor)
 2015 The History of Us (TV Movie)
Young Chris
 2015 Ant-Man
Bully (uncredited)
 2013 42
Boy (as Jeremy Taylor)
 2011 Reed Between the Lines (TV Series)
Albert
- The 'C' Is Silent ... Albert
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 2017 Made in Hollywood (TV Series)
Himself
- It/Fallen (2017) ... Himself
 2017 2017 MTV Movie & TV Awards (TV Special)
Himself - Presenter

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5' 2" (1.57 m)

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