Jeremiah McDonald is an American filmmaker and actor who has self-produced a series of short, viral films for Youtube since 2006. His latest piece, A Conversation With My 12-Year-Old-Self has received global attention, having made five million views within its first week on Youtube, sending McDonald on a press tour involving CNN, the Today Show, NBC Nightly News and Inside Edition. Other media includes Entertainment Weekly, the LA Times and Huffington Post. Previous viral hits include Jazz Dispute, and Youtube is My Life. Between 2009 and 2012, he worked as an associated member of Comédie de Caen in France, under the artistic direction of Jean Lambert-Wild, creating calentures for stage and screen and performing in the acclaimed Festival D'Avignon. Jeremiah studied film at Rockport College in Maine, as well as acting and pantomime with legendary mime artist Tony Montanaro at his Celebration Barn school.