Louisville, Kentucky, U.S.
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Weixler graduated in 1999 from Atherton High School in Louisville, Kentucky, where she also attended the Walden Theatre Conservatory Program and was in The River City Players acting group and in the Chamber Singers choral group. Subsequently, Weixler, attended Juilliard. She was a participant during the first year of Bruce Brubaker's InterArts performance project at Juilliard.
In 2007 she was nominated for a Breakthrough Award at the Gotham Awards, and won the Special Jury Prize in Dramatic category For a juicy and jaw-dropping performance at the Sundance Film Festival, both for her role in Teeth. She also appeared in the TV series Law & Order: Criminal Intent. In January 2009, she was named by New York magazine as the "New Indie Queen" of the year and one of the fourteen "New Yorkers you need to know".
In 2013, she joined the cast of CBS series The Good Wife, playing investigator Robyn Burdine. That same year she appeared in The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby as the titular character's sister. The part was written specifically for her.
- The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby (2013)
- The Face of Love (2013)
- Somebody Up There Likes Me (2013) .... Lyla
- The Good Wife (2013) .... Robyn
- Best Man Down (2012)
- Free Samples (2012)
- The Lie (2011)
- A Woman (2010)
- Law & Order (1 episode, "Brilliant Disguise", 2010) .... Carrie Newton
- Audrey the Trainwreck (2009) .... Tammy
- Periphery (2009) .... Madison
- Alexander the Last (2009) .... Alex
- Today's Special (2009) .... Carrie
- As Good as Dead (2009) .... Amy
- Welcome to Academia (2009) .... Sophie
- Peter and Vandy (2009) .... Vandy
- Goodbye Baby (2007) .... Denise
- Teeth (2007) .... Dawn O'Keefe
- The Big Bad Swim (2006) .... Jordan Gallagher
- Law & Order: Criminal Intent (1 episode, "In the Wee Small Hours: Part 2", 2005) .... Amy Buckley
- Little Manhattan (2005) .... TV Cowgirl
- Law & Order: Criminal Intent – The Video Game (2005) (VG) .... Amy Buckley
- Everwood (1 episode, "Do or Die", 2004) .... Nikki
- Guiding Light (unknown episodes, 2003) .... Caroline Boyle
- Hack (1 episode, "Blind Faith", 2003) .... Martha Skulnick
- "New Indie Queen: Jess Weixler". Jan 9, 2009. Retrieved 2009-01-13.
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