Jeremy Warner is an actor, sketch comedian, writer, editor, filmmaker, and director. He is one of the original cast members of BYUtv’s Studio C. He played a supporting role with Studio C at first and then became a regular in the the show’s fifth season. As of December 2018, the Studio C YouTube channel had more than 2 million subscribers.
In August 2018, Warner and fellow original cast members announced they would finish the ninth season of Studio C then move on to a new digital media network called JK! Studios. He was part of the sketch actors who performed in NBC's "Bring the Funny" in 2019.
Warner was born on July 18, 1985, in Idaho Falls, Idaho. He attended Brigham Young University for one year prior to serving as a full-time missionary for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Oklahoma. While completing his bachelor’s degree in film, he joined the comedy troupe “Divine Comedy,” where he met other comedians who would become part of ‘’Studio C’’.
In addition to his work with Studio C, he acted, directed, wrote, or edited in various short films and movies including The Adventures of Food Boy, Cops vs Robbers, Gerald, Man of the Cloth, Girls, Seashell, and Abandoned in Space. He has also appeared in specials such as Peculiar People and The Adventures of Ravi.
Warner and his wife, Catey Joy, are the parents of three children.