JAKE WEBER (Drew) was most recently seen in Marshall Herskovitzs Dangerous Beauty, as well as Into My Heart, an independent feature produced by Jean Doumanian in which he stars with Meet Joe Black co-star Claire Forlani.
Webers other film credits include the upcoming Pushing Tin directed by Mike Newell, and the independent feature Cherry co-starring with Shalom Harlow, Alan J. Pakula's The Pelican Brief and Sidney Lumet's A Stranger Among Us. Jake made his film debut in Oliver Stones Born on the Fourth of July.
A theatre actor of wide experience, Jake most recently starred in The Rivals directed by Roger Reese this summer at the Williamstown Theatre Festival. Jake has also appeared on Broadway in A Small Family Business. Off-Broadway, he starred in two plays by John Patrick Shanley, Missing/Kissing and The Big Funk. Off-Broadway credits include The Radical Mystique, Mad Forest (nominated for an Obie Award), the New York Shakespeare Festival production of As You Like It (for which he won a 1992 Calloway Award), Road, Othello and Richard III.
Weber's television credits include a starring role in 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.
Jake Weber attended Middlebury College where he majored in English Literature and Political Science, graduating cum laude with a BA. He attended the Julliard School and also studied at Russia's famed Moscow Art Theater.