Associate Producer: Jeremiah Hall
Jeremiah Hall was born in Owensboro, Kentucky April 27, 1974 to Michael and Kerri Hall. At age 14, Hall began working in radio. After two years, he began writing and acting in small skits during a radio show at WKWC-FM, a local college station in Kentucky. Hall attended Full Sail in Winter Park Florida, in 1994. Hall began working in films during school. His first was Steve Latshaw's Jack-O (1995) as a grip.
After graduation, Hall worked in live theater and event videography. In 1997, he began working in television news. In 2000 Hall and his wife, Dawn, moved to West Palm Beach, Florida. In 2001, their child, Eva, was born. While working in the WPB market, Hall met Heath McKnight and began working with McKnight's company, MPS Digital Studios. Hall produced, shot, and appeared in McKnight's Push/Pull (2003). Hall also co-wrote and shot McKnight's Suzy's Out (tentatively to be released in 2006) in the spring of 2003. He also created the DVD menus for the MPS Digital Studio's release, Skye Falling (2001).
Hall currently resides outside Columbia, SC with his wife and daughter. He is currently working on several projects through his company OSK Productions, and is helping to co-produce 9:04 AM with McKnight and writing and directing a horror film, tentatively to be shot in 2006.
For more on Jeremiah, visit his IMDb listing.