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Jeremy John Wells is President of Vertéro Films, an independent film and television production company and is actively involved in producing multiple projects in various stages of development. In addition to acting, Jeremy is a serial entrepreneur and has started and sold businesses in the fields of commercial real estate and specialty construction/contracting.

As a painter working in the medium of oil and acrylic, Wells is a collected fine artist. He has been married to fine artist and social activist, Jamie Wells since 2002 and they have three children.

Early life[edit]

Jeremy John Wells (born April 1985)[when?] is an American actor and a Southern Californian native. He was born and raised in and around Ventura County and got his start acting professionally as a teen in the mid-1990s. His family history is filled with actors, singers and artists of all kinds, perhaps most notably, his great-great uncle, the Oscar-nominated actor Richard Dix.


An accomplished film and television actor[1], Wells has had a career spanning over 20 years. He is also an active entrepreneur and business owner of multiple companies in the fields of commercial real estate and development.

An actor as well as a producer, Wells has appeared in numerous films and television series alongside Michael Pena and Jessica Biel,[2] among others. He can currently be seen on season 1 of the Hilton Head Island[3] series, on the PureFlix network, as well as the independent comedy, Best Mom[4] and Lifetime® Movies, A Night to Regret[5] and Witness Protection. Wells is producing and staring in multiple feature films that are slated to start production in 2019.

Wells is President of Vertéro Films LLC, a Hollywood production company focused on producing independent films and scripted television series.

An active philanthropist and activist, Wells actively supports multiple organizations working in the areas of special needs, third-world education, clean water initiatives, social justice and human trafficking.

He is an accomplished painter, focusing on abstract works and landscapes either painted plein air or from his landscape photography. Wells has been an artist since youth and took an extended hiatus from the entertainment industry and had a successful career as a collected and commissioned artist. While by no means his primary focus these days, he does still enjoy painting plein air with his wife, Jamie Wells, an accomplished California landscape painter.


Title Role Director/Production
The Annunciation Mary’s Father Lukas Colombo
Shooting Heroin[6] Donny Spencer T. Folmar
Witness Protection Raphael Dir. Nadeem Soumah // DCFF Pro
Burro El Diablo Blanco Zak Fin/Michael Forsch
The Moon The General Dir. Danny Turkiewicz
A Night to Regret Dean Tom Shell
Last Patrol on Okinawa Sgt. Henry 'Woody' Dir. Nick Brokaw
Best Mom Martin Keane Dir. Kuang Lee
Heartbeat Owen Hartley Michael Reza Sanaiha
Evil Woman Ryan Dir. Danny Turkiewicz
When Life Gives You Lemons Tony Dir. Roy Arwas
7E, 7F Henry Dir. Tin Ngai Chan
The Misunderstandings of Carl Jr. Carl Dir. Dylan Osean
Good After Bad Dale Evans Dir. Anne-Marie Hess
Belly Fruit[7] Supporting Kerri Green
Short Film
Title Role Director/Production
Stuck In The Middle[8] Charles Mike Mariano
Too Old to Die Young Bartender Nicolas Winding Refn
Hilton Head Island[9] Chance Montgomery PureFlix Network
Partners Series Regular Dir. Carl Franklin
Seventh Heaven - Drunk Like Me Guest Star - Jay Dir. Joel J. Feigenbaum
The Journey of Allen Strange Guest Star - Brandon Dir. Shawn Levy
Days of Our Lives Recurring NBC


  1. ^ "Jeremy John Wells". Backstage.com. Retrieved 2019-06-01.
  2. ^ Bellyfruit (1999) - IMDb, retrieved 2019-04-29
  3. ^ Hilton Head Island (TV Series 2017– ), retrieved 2019-02-10
  4. ^ Best Mom, retrieved 2019-02-10
  5. ^ Wells, Jeremy John. "A Night to Regret". CAEG.
  6. ^ Wells, Jeremy John. "DONNY".
  7. ^ "Jeremy John Wells as Joe".
  8. ^ "Stuck Without the Perfect Gift". Stuck in the Middle Wikia. Retrieved 2019-06-01.
  9. ^ "Producer Jeremy John Wells".