February 14, 1990 |
Trenton, New Jersey, U.S.
Jake Weary (born February 14, 1990) is an American actor, singer and musician.
TV and TV Movie Career
Weary's departure from As the World Turns was the cause of some controversy, as the timing coincided with a change in course for the character of Luke, who would be revealed to be gay. Initially, news reports suggested that Weary or Zimmer may have been uncomfortable with the story. Zimmer subsequently told the press that Weary's departure was related to his age (at the time, he was 15) and that such a storyline would require a much larger time commitment than originally agreed to. Weary wanted to be able to focus on school and make occasional appearances.
Weary was cast in Kaare Anderson's film Altitude. He was also cast as Kevin in Fred: The Movie, a made for TV movie by Nickelodeon based on the Fred Figglehorn web series. Later the next movie Fred 2: Night of the Living Fred out in Oct. 2011. In 2012, he reprised his role as Kevin in the Nickelodeon series, Fred: The Show.
Jake Weary is also an electronic/hip-hop/R&B producer and singer. He produces, writes, and records his own music, and has been producing since the age of 12. Weary currently records all of his latest music under the pseudonym Agendas. A self-titled debut EP was released back in July 2011, followed by a sophomore effort titled 'Tones" which was released June 16, 2012.
|2004||Law & Order: SVU||Shane Madden|
|2004||Listen Up!||Slacker Kid||Episode: "Grandmaster of the Wolfhunt"|
|2005||As The World Turns||Luke Snyder / Luke Synder|
|2005||Law & Order: Criminal Intent||Tim Stenton||Episode: "In the Wee Small Hours"|
|2005||Testing Bob||Harris||TV Movie|
|2005||Party Planner with David Tutera||Himself||Episode: "Meet the Soap Stars"|
|2008||Assassination of a High School President||Hall Monitor|
|2009||Three Rivers||T.J. Russo||Episode: "Where We Lie"|
|2010||Fred: The Movie||Fred|
|2011||Fred 2: Night of the Living Fred||Kevin|
|2012||Fred: The Show||Fred||Main Role|
|2012||Fred 3: Camp Fred||Fred|
|2013||Escape from Polygamy||Micah||TV Movie|
|2014||Chicago Fire||Vince Keeler||Episode: "Tonight's the Night"|
|2014||Chicago Fire||Vince Keeler||Episode: "Virgin Skin"|