Jeremy Bobb is an American actor best known for his starring role as Herman Barrow, the hospital's manager who is deeply in debt to local gangsters and routinely skimps on the hospital's upkeep to pay for his extracurricular activities, in the period drama television series The Knick.
Originally from central Ohio, Bobb arrived in New York and quickly landed two Broadway plays: Translantions, the period drama set in 18th century Ireland with Garry Hines directing; and Mark Twain's Is He Dead?, a modern comedy set in the 19th century.
Since then he has originated roles in new works by the likes of John Guare, Michael Weller and Donald Margulies. He also played in Richard III opposite Kevin Spacey in Sam Mendes' production in New York, London and around the world.
In Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Donald Margulies' comedy Shipwrecked!, he played more than 20 characters. In the classic musical Finian's Rainbow opposite Cheyenne Jackson, he played the leprechaun Og: In Michael Weller's new play Beast, he played multiple characters opposite Corey Stoll and Logan Marshall Green.
Making the segue to film and television, Jeremy has appeared in HBO Films' You Don't Know Jack, Comedy Central's series Inside Amy Schumer, Blue Bloods, Law and Order: SVU, Animal Rescue, and in HBO's Boardwalk Empire. Bobb has also had recurring roles in House of Cards and Hostages.