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Talented young actor Jeremy Allen White first made an impression as the star of the acclaimed short "Aquarium" (2007). He went on to earn praise for his roles in the indie dramas "The Speed of Life" (2007) and "Afterschool" (2008) while also collecting guest-starring credits on shows like "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit" (NBC, 1999- ). He played the ill-fated, addict cousin of White Mike (Chace Crawford) in Joel Schumacher's wealthy-teens-on-drugs drama "Twelve" (2010), but earned the most praise for his powerful portrayal of the intelligent, eldest brother "Lip" Gallagher on the dysfunctional family drama "Shameless" (Showtime, 2011- ). Demonstrating enormous potential from a young age, Jeremy Allen White inspired many fans and critics to mark him as a talent to watch.Born Feb. 18, 1991, Jeremy Allen White broke into acting with a handful of small appearances in a variety of projects including the well-received short "Aquarium" (2007), the 1970s-set "Beautiful Ohio" (2006) and guest spots on "Conviction" (NBC, 2006) and "Law & Order" (NBC, 1990-2010). He garnered critical acclaim on the indie circuit for his roles in the dramas "The Speed of Life" (2007) and "Afterschool" (2008). White also...

Talented young actor Jeremy Allen White first made an impression as the star of the acclaimed short "Aquarium" (2007). He went on to earn praise for his roles in the indie dramas "The Speed of Life" (2007) and "Afterschool" (2008) while also collecting guest-starring credits on shows like "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit" (NBC, 1999- ). He played the ill-fated, addict cousin of White Mike (Chace Crawford) in Joel Schumacher's wealthy-teens-on-drugs drama "Twelve" (2010), but earned the most praise for his powerful portrayal of the intelligent, eldest brother "Lip" Gallagher on the dysfunctional family drama "Shameless" (Showtime, 2011- ). Demonstrating enormous potential from a young age, Jeremy Allen White inspired many fans and critics to mark him as a talent to watch.

Born Feb. 18, 1991, Jeremy Allen White broke into acting with a handful of small appearances in a variety of projects including the well-received short "Aquarium" (2007), the 1970s-set "Beautiful Ohio" (2006) and guest spots on "Conviction" (NBC, 2006) and "Law & Order" (NBC, 1990-2010). He garnered critical acclaim on the indie circuit for his roles in the dramas "The Speed of Life" (2007) and "Afterschool" (2008). White also wrote, produced and appeared in the short "The Fourth" (2008) and guested on "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit" (NBC, 1999- ), but landed a higher profile role as Charlie, the doomed cousin of White Mike (Chace Crawford) in the drug-fueled teen drama "Twelve" (2010).

The young actor truly registered with critics and audiences alike when he was cast as academically gifted Phillip "Lip" Gallagher on the dysfunctional family drama "Shameless" (Showtime, 2011- ). The series, which followed an alcoholic single father (William H. Macy) and his six kids who were forced to raise themselves, was warmly received, especially the performances of Macy, White and Emmy Rossum, who played the oldest child and surrogate mother to her siblings.

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 Glimmer (2014)
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 Rob the Mob (2014)
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 Movie 43 (2013)
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 You Can't Win (2013)
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 Time Being, The (2013)
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 Afterschool (2008)
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 Pizza! The Movie (2006)
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