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Steven Weber

Steven Weber

Steven Weber made his New York stage debut opposite Geraldine Page in Odets’ “Paradise Lost” and soon made it to Broadway in Tom Stoppard’s “The Real Thing.”

After a stint on “As the World Turns,” Weber went on to appear in several feature films, including “The Flamingo Kid,” “Hamburger Hill,” “Single White Female,” “The Temp,” “Jeffrey,” and “Dracula: Dead and Loving It.”

On television, Weber played the young John F. Kennedy in the mini-series “The Kennedy’s of Massachusetts” and also portrayed Jack Torrance in ABC’s remake of “The Shining.” Weber first gained national attention in the NBC sitcom “Wings” and did so again, 10 years later, in Aaron Sorkin’s “Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip,” for which he received wide critical acclaim. He also starred in the Hallmark Channel original movie “Duke.”

Returning to the stage, Weber played Leo Bloom in the hit Broadway production “The Producers,” starred in “National Anthems” at London’s Old Vic and, most recently, starred in “The Philanthropist,” opposite Matthew Broderick. Last summer, Weber made his first appearance at the Hollywood Bowl in the acclaimed live theatrical production of “Mamma Mia.”

Weber’s recent television work includes starring roles in TNT’s “Murder in the First,” ABC Family’s “Chasing Life,” The CW’s “iZombie” and a guest-starring role on the HBO hit “Curb Your Enthusiasm.”

Currently, Weber can be seen on HBO’s “Ballers” and in the upcoming season of the Epix series “Get Shorty.”
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