This dashing American actor, singer-songwriter, film producer, and musician, was born on January 7, 1971. Jeremy Lee Renner was the first child of Valerie and Lee Renner. He was born and raised in Modesto, California and finished his studies in Fred C. Beyer High School and Modesto Junior College. His performance in Ben Affleck’s “The Town” (2010) nominated him for Best Supporting Actor during the Academy Award. In 2011, he starred in “Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol” as William Brandt. On that same year, he also appeared in “Thor”, where he played the role of Clint Barton/Hawkeye. The same role was portrayed by Jeremy in “The Avengers” (2012) and upcoming “Avengers: Age of Ultron” (2015). Last 2013, he played the lead role of Hansel, along with Gemma Artenton, in “Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters”. He was also Gary Webb in “Kill the Messenger” (2014). His television shows include “Deadly Games” (1995), “CSI: Crime Scene Investigation” (2001), “House” (2007), and “Saturday Night Live” (2012).
He is a health conscious guy who continually works hard to achieve a good physical condition. He sets different types of exercises almost every single day, which are directed towards specific body parts. Monday is focused on chest exercises, including Gironda neck press, Incine DB press, narrow grip bench press, cable fly low pulley, and cable fly high pulley. Tuesday includes wide grip pull-ups, reverse grip cable pull-down, seated cable row, and chin-ups for his back. He does cardio exercises, dumbbells, squats, treadmill running, and dips during Wednesdays for his arms and legs. On Fridays, he defines his shoulders with military press, seated DB military press, side lateral raise, and frontal lateral raise. Thursday and Saturday are scheduled for rest.
His diet simply consists of clean and natural foods, including lean meat, fresh fruits, and vegetables.
Body Measurements (2013 – Age 42):
Height: 178 cm | 5 feet, 10 Inches
Weight: 80kg | 176lb
Chest: 96.5 cm | 38 inches
Bicep/Arms: 41 cm | 16 inches
Waist: 84 cm | 33 inches