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Used to be the host of 1980s Manhattan public access late-night nude/porn talkshow: Interludes After Midnight.

He was a former high school teacher in New York City.

According to Jeremy in an interview with "Time Out New York" magazine, in order not to upset nor alert executives at Disney, Jeremy's role as Blisterface in the children's series Bone Chillers (1996) was kept secret. Producers disguised Jeremy so much that he is unrecognizable, which helped them from alerting pro-family studio executives that a pornstar was on their payroll.

He holds a master's degree in Special Education.

Is quite a talented piano player (and pipe organ by extension) -- yet for whatever reason has never pursued a career as a silent film organist or general organist.

Played small parts in five films for director John Frankenheimer, 52 Pick-Up (1986), Dead Bang (1989), George Wallace (1997), Ronin (1998), and Reindeer Games (2000). His part in Ronin (1998) was cut by the studio but he still was credited.

Appears in the Guinness Book of World Records for "Most Appearances in Adult Films" (1,750, and counting).

He is a member of Tau Kappa Epsilon International Fraternity.

Directed "Penthouse" Pet turned adult film star Racquel Darrian in Charlie's Girls 3 (1990). The two never performed on-screen together officially, but Racquel has referred to him as "hands-on director." The two have been friends for years.

Is a millionaire but is well known around Hollywood to be extremely frugal with his money. According to the documentary, Porn Star: The Legend of Ron Jeremy (2001), he allegedly hates spending his own money on anything, even going so far as using garbage bags as luggage when he travels.

The rap single "Freak Of The Week", by D.J. Polo and featuring Jeremy, stayed 27 weeks in the Billboard Hot R&B/Hip Hop Songs chart.

His father Arnold was a physicist, his mother a book editor.

Classmate of former CIA director George Tenet and Reginald VelJohnson at Cardozo High School in Queens. WWE pro wrestler Matthew Kaye (aka Matt Striker) also attended Cardozo High.

Frequently cast in bit parts in Roger Avary's films.

Host of "Techsmart", a technology review series on the website Heavy.com. [April 2007]

Opened a gentleman's club called Club Sesso in Portland, OR, in October of 2009.

Bears a striking resemblance to Pakistani legend Folk singer Arif Lohar.

On the day he was born, Jeremy's father planted a tree in front of their Bayside, New York home.