Jake Weber - Details


A theater actor of wide experience, Weber starred in The Rivals directed by Roger Reese at the Williamstown Theatre Festival. Jake has also appeared on Broadway in A Small Family Business. Off-Broadway, he starred in two plays written and directed by John Patrick Shanley, Missing/Kissing and The Big Funk. Other Off-Broadway credits include The Radical Mystique, Mad Forest (nominated for an Obie Award), Road, and the New York Shakespeare Festival production of As You Like It (for which he won a Calloway Award), Othello, and Richard III.

Weber’s television credits include a starring role in the Emmy-nominated What the Deaf Man Heard for CBS-TV’s Hallmark Hall of Fame. He was also a series regular on American Gothic and Something Wilder.

Weber attended Middlebury College where he majored in English Literature and Political Science and later studied at the Julliard School and at Russia’s famed Moscow Art Theater.


  • 19th March 1964 - Birth