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Jeremy Rowley
Born (1978-07-11) July 11, 1978 (age 42)[1]
OccupationActor, comedian
Years active1999–present
Spouse(s)
Danielle Morrow
(m. 2016)
[2]
Children1

Jeremy Rowley (born July 11, 1978) is an American character actor and comedian. He is known for playing Lewbert on the Nickelodeon television series iCarly and Bunsen in Bunsen Is a Beast.

Career

He has appeared in a number of television shows and movies, often portraying somewhat "ballistic" characters, especially on television shows. On the Nickelodeon television series iCarly, Rowley (as the character Lewbert) plays a mean and nasty doorman for Carly's apartment building who may or may not strangle and eat dogs. On Carly and Sam's web show, they have a segment called "Messin' With Lewbert" where the two girls play pranks on Lewbert downstairs in the lobby of the building. On the show, Lewbert is recognized for having excessive anger outbursts, (i.e. when people walk all over the floor he just mopped).

Rowley has also appeared on The Amanda Show, most notably the sketch called "Blockblister" (a parody of the video retail chain Blockbuster), where he plays a customer who is angry because he did not get the movie he wanted (he paid for the video by tearing off his arm and giving it to them, replying "Keep the change!"). Again, he expresses his anger with loud outbursts in the scene. He is known as Ming on the podcast Comedy Bang! Bang!

Rowley is a member of the improvisational and sketch comedy group called "The Groundlings" based in Los Angeles, California. He also voices Bunsen on the Nickelodeon animated series Bunsen Is a Beast, for which he gained an Annie Award nomination.[citation needed]

In 2019, Rowley worked in Bless the Harts where he portrayed Jimmy Lee and Mayor Webb with the latter role being recast in later episodes to Jon Hamm.

Filmography

Internet

Television

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Year Title Role Notes
2019-present Bless the Harts Mayor Webb (voice; season 1 only)
Jimmy Lee (voice)
recurring role/staff writer
2017–18 Bunsen Is a Beast Bunsen, Mikey's Dad (voice)[3][4] 26 episodes
Nobodies Bradley 6 episodes
2016 Bajillion Dollar Propertie$ Vitali Episode: "Predator Party"
Game Shakers Gerald Episode: "Poison Pie"
Henry Danger Schwabbit Episode:

"Hour of Power"

2015 Mike Tyson Mysteries Gregor (voice)[5] Episode: "Kidnapped!"
2012 Real Housewives of Atlanta Himself Episode: "Peaches Don't Grow In Hollywood"
2011–12 Desperate Housewives Nurse 2 episodes
2011 Modern Family Broderick Episode: "Bixby's Back"
2010–12 The Jay Leno Show Himself 4 episodes
2008 Chocolate News Larry Unknown episodes
2007–12 iCarly Lewbert 13 episodes
2007–08 Reno 911! Blind Drunk Guy / The Great Jeff 2 episodes
2007 Drake & Josh Dance Manager Episode: "Dance Contest"
2006 America's Next Top Model, Cycle 6 Guest star Episode: "The Girl With Two Bad Takes"
Lovespring International Tiffany's Ex-Boyfriend Episode: "The Loser Club"
2005 Out of Practice Arthur 2 episodes
2004 Terry Tate, Office Linebacker: Sensitivity Training Paul Merkin
2002–03 According to Jim Raggedy Ann / Waiter #1 2 episodes
2000–02 All That Rate the Pain victim / Professor Chafe / Tilt-a-Hurl worker 6 episodes
2000 The Amanda Show Amanda's Fake Father / Customer / Various roles 3 episodes
Strip Mall Health Department Supervisor Episode: "Mommy Dearest"
1999 Charmed Treasure Hunter #2 Episode: That Old Black Magic

Film

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Year Title Role Notes
2017 Speech & Debate Gary Crenshaw
2007 Cougar Club Karl
2007 Epic Movie Pirate
2000 Coyote Ugly William Morris Receptionist

Personal life

Rowley is married to Danielle Morrow, who also starred on iCarly as Nora Dershlit.[6] They have a son together.

References

  1. ^ Jeremy Rowley Celebrity Profile – Hollywood Life
  2. ^ iCarly Actors Danielle Morrow and Jeremy Rowley Are Married - Today's News: Our Take | TV Guide
  3. ^ "— The amazing writing team and voice cast of my new..." tumblr.com. Retrieved February 4, 2017.
  4. ^ Nickelodeon (January 26, 2017). "Nickelodeon Debuts Original Animated Series, Bunsen is a Beast, from Veteran Creator Butch Hartman on Tuesday, Feb. 21, at 5:30 p.m. (ET/PT)" (Press release). Business Wire. Retrieved March 3, 2017.
  5. ^ Mike Tyson Mysteries Episode 7
  6. ^ iCarly Actors Danielle Morrow and Jeremy Rowley Are Married - Today's News: Our Take | TV Guide