The 41-year-old actor is currently single and has never married and says he made a decision to put work first in his life after seeing many of his family - including his parents, who separated when he was 10 years old - go through divorces.
He said: "I come from a large, large family with many divorces so I chose not to go down that route straight away. Instead I essentially got married to my career."
Just as he made a decision about marriage early on in his life, `The `Bourne Legacy` star accepted his unconventional looks from a young age as he was always taught to think himself "beautiful".
In an interview with the Daily Telegraph newspaper, he said: "Aren`t we taught as kids that we`re beautiful because we feel beautiful and not because someone else says so?
"You don`t look like the model on the magazine cover but you can still be beautiful, so I can`t say I really want to change anything. I`m happy with the flaws I have."
Despite his current career successes, Jeremy is not concerned about what the future holds.
He said: "I don`t have a crystal ball, I don`t know what is going to happen.
"I have never allowed myself to think into the future. I`ve never been good at that and I`m not good at looking backwards either. I`m just good at being in the present and staying here."