IMAGINED & SHOT BY POPE
Artist and two-time Tony, Emmy and Golden Globe nominee, Jeremy Pope presents
Growing up with a preacher and professional bodybuilder father,
this series opens a dialogue about
Pope’s journey to manhood, masculinity,
What began as a self-funded creative project transformed
into a therapeutic journey. A profound excavation of self.
Confronting fears, unexplored thoughts, & unraveling internationalized homophobia ,
FLEX(bitch) challenges preconceived notions, urging us to bend
what we believe about ourselves, our convictions, and how we show up
in the world.
In my vulnerability, power, truth, and love, I ask you — even if just for a moment... to FLEX (BITCH)
PREMIERING AT SCOPE ART FESTIVAL MIAMI, FL
DEC 5TH - 10TH
about JEREMY POPE
Multi-Hyphenate, Jeremy Pope is an Emmy, Golden Globe, and two time, Tony Nominated Performer who earned critical praise for his leading performance in the feature film, THE INSPECTION, for A24. For his performance, Jeremy was nominated for a Golden Globe Award in the “Best Actor - Feature” category, as well as an Independent Spirit Award in the “Lead Performance” Category and received the “Distinguished Performance” Award at the SCAD Film Festival as well as the “Virtuoso Award” at the Santa Barbara FIlm Festival. Gracing the cover of Variety, he was also named to their “10 Actors to Watch in 2022” and included on “Entertainment Weekly’s Must List”.
Pope starred on Broadway as “Jean-Michel Basquiat” opposite Paul Bettany as “Andy Warhol” in THE COLLABORATION. Pope originated the role at London’s The Young Vic Theater and can be seen in the forthcoming feature film adaptation written by four time Oscar Nominee, Anthony McCarten.
THE COLLABORATION marked Pope’s return to Broadway after making history earning two Tony Award Nominations in the same season for “Best Lead Actor in a Play” and “Best Supporting Actor in a Musical” for his work on CHOIR BOY and AIN’T TOO PROUD.
Jeremy Pope starred in Netflix’s HOLLYWOOD, a performance that earned him an Emmy Award nomination for "Best Actor in a Limited Series" and an African American Film Critics Association "Breakout Performer" Award and he can be seen in the final season of the Emmy nominated television series, POSE.
Whether it's walking the runway for Gucci or Rihanna's, Savage Fenty, Pope continues to make a cultural impact in the fashion space.
Pope's single, Worth a Million which premiered exclusively with Vogue, a project that Pope collaborated on with award winning choreographer, Parris Goebel and director C Prinz. Their next visual collaboration will release in the new year.
Pope is the recipient of GLAAD’s Stephen F. Kolzak Award for having made “a significant difference in raising visibility and promoting acceptance of LGBTQ people and issues”