Actor // Musician
Magnetic. Earnest. Spunky.
Jeremy’s love of narration began when she was a little girl – demanding that her father read Dr. Seuss every night, using only his best character voices. Books have been some of her best friends since childhood – in fact, she still holds the first-grade class record for most books read in an academic year at 650!
Being a trained opera singer and actor, narration is the perfect means to marry Jeremy’s passion for performance and love of books. When she’s not narrating, you can find her tie-dying t-shirts in her kitchen sink and catching up on RuPaul’s Drag Race.
New Releases on Audible
The Voice in His Head, Justin L. Dew
It is 1925. The First World War has ended, and a second one looms on the horizon.
Even as an orphan, Stephen always knew he was different, the voice in his head told him so. When Stephen is adopted by the mysterious Bethany Andrews, he is thrust into a magical world that coexists alongside the mundane world.
Set during the prelude to World War II, The Voice in His Head is an urban fantasy historical fiction novel that will appeal to fans of The Magicians and The Dresden Files.
Romance - Killjoy, Julie Garwood
Will Avery be able to prove herself to John Paul and find the man who abducted her aunt?
YA Thriller - Little Monsters, Kara Thomas
Will Kacey, Bailey, Jade, and Lauren find out what really happened that fateful night at the Leeds house?
Self-Help Nonfiction - Get the Hell Over It, SB Moore
What if you could chase your dreams without worrying about embarrassment, shame, or failure?
Classic American Fiction - The Enormous Radio, John Cheever
Is the Westcott's new radio talking to them?
It all started in a suburb of Dayton, Ohio...
Jeremy Carlisle Parker is a New York-based actor, singer, and narrator. She is a graduate of the College-Conservatory of Music at the University of Cincinnati (CCM).
Jeremy was most recently seen in a staged reading of a new work, Urn on an Empty Stage - produced in part by the annual Rehearsal for Truth Festival, which showcases new contemporary works by young European playwrights.
Her performance highlights include Alice Beineke in The Addams Family, Woman 1 in First Date, Louise Seger in Always...Patsy Cline, Jacqueline in La Cage aux Folles, Vi Moore in Footloose, and Sophie de Palma in Terrence McNally's Master Class.
One of her most fulfilling creative experiences to date was working one-on-one with the queen herself, Eve Ensler. Jeremy portrayed the role of a singing angel in Eve's poignant play, Extraordinary Measures - produced through a creative partnership between New York City's Music Theatre Group and the New York Zen Center for Contemplative Care.
Jeremy can be seen in the role of Dorothy in the Academy Award-nominated film Carol, directed by Todd Haynes.
Snazzy Stage Snaps!
Mom, I'm on TV!
Selected Scenes on Camera
On the Twentieth Century
"Parents Lie" from Freaky Friday
"Summer Night in Riverside"
"The Hush of the Very Good"
Oh stop! I'm blushing!
Cortland Repertory Theatre presents Appointment of Death
"Thank God for the supporting characters - they were the best part. [T]he grandiose Lady Westholme, played by Jeremy Parker, one of my favorite CRT actresses [...] puts in a consistently great performance." -Katie Keyser, Cortland Standard
Cortland Repertory Theatre presents Footloose
"One team is made up of elders, starting with the reverend's sympathetic wife, Vi, (Ms. Jeremy Parker). [...] Vi support[s] the prevailing ethos in 'Learning to be Silent.' And the thematic center of the show comes with Vi's solo, 'Can You Find It In Your Heart,' with actress Parker seizing the moment." -James MacKillop, Syracuse New Times
"And [one of] the two wives of strict men, Vi Moore - played by Jeremy Parker - killed me in [her] 'Learning to Be Silent,' about not making waves at home." -Katie Keyser, Cortland Standard
Ensemble Theatre Cincinnati presents First Date
"...when you add a team like the one assembled by D. Lynn Meyers, you get a big, fat, undeniable hit. [...] Parker...brings personality and consistency in her roles as a Jewish grandmother, Casey's sister, and Aaron's late mother." -Kirk Sheppard, thesappycritic.com
"Jeremy Parker...[is] to a person, fabulous...essential not only to the story itself, but to DeGeorge's deft staging as well." -David Lyman, The Cincinnati Enquirer
Human Race Theatre Company presents Master Class
"Jeremy Carlisle Parker [as Sophie]...spends most of the first act trying to please the demanding Callas, or at least be heard. She gets to sing only a brief bit of her aria, sadly. We want more. But her characterization, expressed at times only with fleeting facial reactions, is top notch and ranges from terrified to angry." - Jacqui Theobald, Dayton City Paper
"...sweet, but innocent Sophie de Palma, played by Jeremy Carlisle Parker...has a fragile soul that Callas just tears apart. Parker's cheerfulness shines through and provides the perfect counter balance to the darkness around Callas." -Mike Woody, daytonlocal.com
"Singing Bellini's 'Sonnambula,' Jeremy Carlisle Parker...brings personable unease and reticence to her endearing portrayal of timid soprano Sophie de Palma." - Russell Florence, Jr., mostmetro.com
Cortland Repertory Theatre presents Always, Patsy Cline
"Actress Jeremy Parker, in the role of Seger, contrasts with [Cline]. Her Seger...is a cheerful, zestful person with a big, ready laugh..." - Neil Novelli, syracuse.com
"...the storytelling snazz of Texas, Louise Seger, played by Jeremy Parker, makes the piece snap...that storyteller was fresh. Parker is absolutely necessary to bring the piece to life. She is all attitude, sashaying around the stage..." - Katie Keyser, Cortland Standard
Cortland Repertory Theatre presents The Addams Family
"...it is blond Ms. Jeremy Parker as the gauche Alice Beineke who steals the hilarity laurels in her show-stopping 'Waiting.' Underneath that chamber-of-commerce exterior rages a ghoul wanna-be." - James MacKillop, Syracuse New Times
"She bares it all. Parker has a voice that is so wonderful. She is a riot, playing a phony woman and then one who lets it all hang out." - Katie Keyser, The Cortland Standard
"The rest of the supporting cast shines...Jeremy Parker is fine in the familiar, but showy role of Alice Beineke." - Len Fonte, syracuse.com