Becoming Bulletproof in The New York Times!
Hey everyone! The documentary about my movie, Becoming Bulletproof, just got a review in the New York Times!
Hello I’m Jeremy Vest and welcome to my home page.
I hope you will check out the web site to find out what I’ve been up to lately. The big news is we’ve moved to Wilmington, NC. It was hard leaving the friends I got to know for the last 20 years but I’m excited for the new adventures coming my way.
My other big news is we have a fantastic documentary called Becoming Bulletproof all about the making of the movie I starred in called Bulletproof. The documentary will be headlining film festivals, after winning awards in Cleveland, Seattle, Portland, Los Angeles and even Vancouver, Canada. We had a great time in the Midwest in Cleveland, Omaha, Beloit, and Indianapolis. The documentary is also getting great reviews including one from the New York Times.
I’m excited for my upcoming east coast tour. We’ll be going to Washington, DC, Boston, New York. After that we’re heading to festivals in Port Townsend, Washington and then Los Angeles.
Of course I had a wonderful summer in Vermont at the Zeno Mountain Farm community. We won first place in the annual July 4th parade. The theme this year was Mardi Gras.
Following that we did our annual musical, this year called “I think I love you,” the story of a singing competition between the Partridge Family and the Brady Bunch.
Enjoy the web site check out the trailer for Becoming Bulletproof and please come see the film in a city near you.
If you see me in Wilmington – say hi for a free hug.