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Jeremy Ray Taylor

Jeremy Ray Taylor was a child actor who rose to prominence when he co-starred in the remake of Stephen King's "It" (2017). Born and raised in Beverly Hills, CA, Taylor began acting professionally in 2013, taking small roles in the Jackie Robinson bio "42" (2013), the Marvel Universe installment "Ant-Man" (2015), and the critically maligned kiddie flick "Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Road Chip" (2015). Taylor's big break came when he was cast in the highly anticipated film version of Stephen King's coming of age horror tale "It" (2017), as Ben Hanscom, a lonely fatherless kid whose husky frame belies a bravery and dedication well beyond his years, who becomes part of a group of seven friends (known as The Losers' Club) that team up to defeat a terrifying child-murdering immortal clown who lives in the sewers beneath their sleepy Maine town.
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