Photos with Forrest Weber
Forrest Weber is an actor from San Antonio, Texas. While at Winston Churchill High School, he was a Texas Forensics Association State Champion for Duet Acting and a National Forensics Association National Finalist in Las Vegas. Growing up, he worked as a ballboy for the San Antonio Spurs and is an avid sports fan, now filling a similar role with the Brooklyn Nets. After graduating high school, he attended Boston University's School of theatre and received a BFA in Acting. Read more... under Cate Blanchett and Andrew Upton for the Sydney Theatre Co. He made his Off-Broadway debut in Kenneth Lonergan's This Is Our Youth as Dennis at the 777 theatre in Times Square, a show for which Forrest was also a producer. Other NYC Credits include Richard Hannay in New York Deaf Theatre's production of "The 39 Steps", Man in "Man & Coconut" at the IRT, Dr. Benson in "How Steve Died" at The Producers Club, Phillip in "The Bell Curve" at the Access Theatre. Film and Television credits include playing Bret Griswald in the Charlize Theron-produced pilot of "Hatfields And McCoys" for NBC, Danny Gentry in NBC's series, "American Odyssey", Angry Man in the Thomas McCarthy film, "Spotlight", an arresting Police Officer in Cinemax's "The Knick" directed by Steven Soderbergh, and Brian Callahan in the new ABC put-pilot, "Broad Squad".