Jeremy Radick

A lifelong fan of “Doctor Who,” Jeremy is best known to fans of the show for his appearance as Gareth in the 1996 TV movie opposite Eighth Doctor Paul McGann.

Raised in British Columbia, Canada, Jeremy began acting at the age of six. His professional debut came at the age of 11 when he starred as a series regular on local time travel SF series “Time Exposures.” From there Jeremy spent the next 25 years appearing in dozens of Canadian and American film and television projects, notably “The X-Files,” “Psych,” and “Reaper.” Jeremy is a graduate of New York’s Circle in the Square Theatre School, and has appeared on stage in New York, Vancouver and Toronto.

Aside from “Doctor Who,” Jeremy’s most remembered projects include the Canadian cult TV series “The Odyssey,” a recurring role on the “Honey, I Shrunk the Kids” TV series, and co-starring in the indie horror film “Sasquatch” opposite Lance Henriksen.

Since moving on from acting, Jeremy has written film and comic book articles and reviews for various websites. He was the editor of the Image comic book series “Rose,” as well as the editor for the original graphic novel “The Book of Ruth.”