On television, Weber starred as Jake Berman in HBO's sitcom The Mind of the Married Man and as Dr. Matt Crower in the cult hit horror drama series American Gothic. He guest-starred in the pilot episode of the series Law & Order: Criminal Intent and in NYPD Blue. He also appeared as Tolliver Tynan in the Emmy-nominated television movie What the Deaf Man Heard, with Matthew Modine.
Upcoming he can be seen starring in the feature film Summerhill for director William Tyler Smith.
With numerous stage credits to his name, Weber has starred in countless theatrical productions, including Lynn Meadow's Broadway production of A Small Family Business. He also starred in The Classic Stage Company's production of Monster, directed by Michael Greif; Primary Stages' production of Missing/Kissing, directed by John Patrick Shanley; and the Manhattan Theatre Club's The Radical Mystique and Mad Forest, with Calista Flockhart. He has also appeared in four production at the prestigious Public Theatre: As You Like It, with Elizabeth McGovern, directed by Adrien Hall, which garnered Weber a Calloway Award; The Big Funk, with Jeanne Tripplehorn, directed by John Patrick Shanley; Othello, with Raul Julia and Christopher Walken, directed by Joe Dowling; and Richard III, with Denzel Washington, directed by Robin Phillips. He also performed in the Lincoln Center's production of Road, directed by Simon Curtis, with Kevin Bacon and Joan Cusack.
His most recent theater credits include Kimberly Akimbo, directed by David Petrarca at Manhattan Theatre Club; and Butley, with Nathan Lane, directed by Nicholas Martin for the Huntington Theatre in Boston.
Jake Weber Facts
|March 19, 1964 (59)
|London, England, United Kingdom
|6' 2½" (1m89) How tall is Jake Weber compared to you?
|Learning to Drive
|White House Down
|Meet Joe Black
|Dawn of the Dead
|Medium: The Complete Series