Jeremy Sisto is an American actor best known for his starring role as Billy Chenowith on the television drama series Six Feet Under, from 2001-2005.
He is also known for his starring role as Detective Cyrus Lupo in the final three seasons of the police procedural television series Law & Order, from 2008-2010; and as George Altman in the sitcom Suburgatory, from 2011-2014.
The Chicago native began his theatrical career early when he appeared onstage at the Goodman Theater in a production of Tennessee Williams' last play, A House Not Meant to Stand, as well as Bertolt Brecht's Galileo, opposite Brian Dennehy.
In Los Angeles, Sisto's theatre credits include: Richard Greenburg's Tony Award-winning play Take Me Out at the Geffen Playhouse (the role earned him a Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle Award for Featured Performance) and Sidney Kingsley's Dead End at the Ahmanson Theater.
Sisto made his Broadway debut in the play Festen, a stage adaptation of Thomas Vintenberg's film The Celebration.
Sisto was part of the esteemed cast of HBO's award-winning drama series Six Feet Under, in which he played the role of Billy Chenowith for five seasons. His other television credits include the leads in two widely viewed miniseries in Jesus and Julius Caesar.
From 2006-2007 he starred in the thriller series Kidnapped.
He has had guest appearances on television shows like The Wild Thornberrys, The Outer Limits, The Twilight Zone, Dawson's Creek and American Dad.
On the film side, Sisto's credits include: Grand Canyon (1991), Hideaway (1995), Clueless (1995), White Squall (1996), Suicide Kings (1997), Without Limits (1998), Angel Eyes (2001) and Thirteen (2003).
Sisto also starred in and co-produced the independent film One Point O, which played in the Sundance Film Festival dramatic competition.
In 2007 Sisto appeared in three films: the dramatic thriller Unknown, with Jim Caviezel; the edgy drama Broken, opposite Heather Graham; and Waitress, opposite Keri Russell, for director Adrienne Shelley.