April 1966 (age 47)
New Orleans, Louisiana, U.S.
|Spouse(s)||Ali Marsh (September 6, 2003–present); 1 daughter 3 Kids|
Early life and education
Weller was born in New Orleans, Louisiana, the son of lawyers Carole and Francis Weller. He is a 1984 graduate of Jesuit High School, a Catholic all-boys high school in New Orleans. He graduated summa cum laude from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 1988. He then studied acting at The Juilliard School as a member of the Drama Division's Group 21 (1988–1992).
In 1993, Weller was one of the main regulars in the TV series Missing Persons. He has made guest appearances in episodes of Law & Order, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, Law & Order: Criminal Intent, Monk and The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles. He has also appeared in several well-received films, such as Stonewall, The Business of Strangers, The Shape of Things, and the 2000 drama/miniseries The Beach Boys: An American Family portraying the character Brian Wilson.
Weller has also played lead roles in many successful independent films, including Neil Labute's The Shape of Things (with Paul Rudd, Rachel Weisz and Gretchen Mol), James Tobak's When Will I Be Loved (opposite Neve Campbell) and The Business of Strangers (with Stockard Channing and Julia Stiles).
Weller married actress Ali Marsh on September 6, 2003. They have three children, a daughter Azalea, born 2007 (age 5–6), whose godmother is his In Plain Sight co-star Mary McCormack., and two other children born sometime between 2008 and 2011.
|1991||I'll Fly Away (TV series)||Jimmy Yates||episode: "I’ll Fly Away"|
|1993||Law & Order (TV series)||Dan Garrett||episode: "Promises to Keep" Season three Episode fourteen|
|The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles (TV series)||Eliot Ness||episode: "Young Indiana Jones and the Mystery of the Blues"|
|1993–1994||Missing Persons (TV series)||Investigator Johnny Sandowski||17 episodes|
|1997||Hudson River Blues||Ron|
|Gold Coast||Arnold Rapp||TV movie|
|1998||How to Make the Cruelest Month||Rickey|
|Dellaventura (TV series)||Mark Matthews||episode: "David & Goliath"|
|1999||Puppet||Rick||Puppet was never released to the general public|
|Aftershock: Earthquake in New York (TV movie)||Nicholai Karvovsky|
|2000||The Beach Boys: An American Family (TV movie)||Brian Wilson|
|In the Beginning (TV movie)||Jacob|
|2001||The Business of Strangers||Nick Harris|
|2003||The Pink House||Young Pritchard|
|The Shape of Things||Philip|
|Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (TV series)||Preston Bennett||episode: "Tortured"|
|2004||When Will I Be Loved||Ford Welles|
|The Jury (TV series)||Holden Bradford||episode: "Memories"|
|2004–2007||Law & Order: Criminal Intent (TV series)||Dale Mullen/Simon Harper II||2 episodes|
|2005||Southern Belles||Tracy Hampton|
|Four Lane Highway||Sean|
|2006||Related (TV series)||Lucas||episode: "The Move"|
|Monk (TV series)||Jay Bennett||episode: "Mr. Monk, Private Eye"|
|2008||Life in Flight||Kit|
|2008–2012||In Plain Sight (TV series)||Marshall Mann||61 episodes|
|Wainy Days||Stosh (TV series)||2 episodes|
|2010||The Good Wife (TV series)||Wilk Hobson||2 episodes|
|2011||Blue Bloods (TV series)||Jacob Krystal||3 episodes|
- "Weddings/Celebrations; Ali Marsh, Frederick Weller". New York Times. September 7, 2003. Retrieved January 28, 2012.
- "Jesuit Alumni in the News". Jesuit High School. Retrieved April 20, 2012.
- "Alumni Today". Carolina Alumni Review. UNC General Alumni Association. July/August 2010.
- Stevens, Alexander (July 9, 2008). "Broadway and TV actor Fred Weller comes to Boston for Shakespeare’s sake". WickedLocal.com. Gatehouse News Service.
- "Alumni News". The Juilliard School. September 2007. Archived from the original on 2011-11-11.
- Biography for Frederick Weller. IMDB.com
- "Class Reunion: Fred Weller Takes a TV Break to Join His College Pal in Shakespeare On The Common". The Boston Globe. July 18, 2008. Retrieved January 28, 2012.
- Gallagher, Brian (June 1, 2008). "Mary McCormack and Frederick Weller Dish on In Plain Sight". MovieWeb. Retrieved January 28, 2012.
- "[T]hat summer [of 1996], I booked my first role, in an independent movie called Puppet. [...] This film, which to this day I have never seen because I don't think it's possible to purchase a copy of it anywhere at any price, starred Rebecca Gayheart and Fred Weller [...] I don't know anyone who has ever seen or even heard of Puppet. All I can say is that it was screened in a theater at least once, because my manager went to see it." Lange, Artie, with Anthony Bozza and Howard Stern (2009). Too Fat to Fish, Random House Digital, Inc, ISBN 9780385526579, p. 172)