Mark Webber (actor)
Webber in June 2014
|Born||Mark Allen Webber
July 19, 1980
Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA
|Spouse(s)||Teresa Palmer (m. 2013)|
Webber was born in Minneapolis, Minnesota, where he spent his early years. His mother, Cheri Lynn Honkala, is a noted advocate for the homeless in Philadelphia, and was the vice-presidential nominee of the Green Party in the 2012 presidential election. He was raised by his single mother in North Philadelphia. There they spent time homeless, living in cars and abandoned buildings, and struggling to survive during the harsh winters. Webber's life was subsequently the subject of a major news magazine story. He and his mother have been for many years and still are outspoken homeless advocates. They organize walk in protests, help to educate voters, and volunteer to help provide food and shelter to the urban poor in Philadelphia and elsewhere. Cheri Honkala ran for Sheriff of Philadelphia in 2011 with the Green Party on a "no evictions" platform.
Webber began his acting career in 1998. He favors "offbeat independent productions and challenging roles that involve intense characterization."
Webber was formerly in a relationship with actress Frankie Shaw. They have a son together, Isaac Love (born circa 2008). The end of his relationship with Shaw inspired Webber to create his film The End of Love, which starred Webber and his son and premiered at Sundance in January 2012. Webber and Shaw share joint custody of their son.
In September 2012, Webber began dating Australian actress Teresa Palmer after she contacted him via Twitter. They became engaged in August 2013, and married on December 21, 2013 in Mexico. They have one son, Bodhi Rain (born February 2014). Webber and Palmer reside in the Beachwood Canyon community of Los Angeles.
- Whiteboyz (1999)
- Jesus' Son (1999)
- Drive Me Crazy (1999)
- Animal Factory (2000)
- Snow Day (2000)
- Boiler Room (2000)
- Storytelling (2001)
- Chelsea Walls (2001)
- The Laramie Project (2002)
- Hollywood Ending (2002)
- People I Know (2002)
- Bomb the System (2002)
- Winter Solstice (2004)
- Dear Wendy (2005)
- Broken Flowers (2005)
- Just Like the Son (2006)
- The Hottest State (2006)
- The Memory Thief (2007)
- The Good Life (2007)
- Weapons (2007)
- T Takes (2008)
- Good Dick (2008)
- Life Is Hot in Cracktown (2009)
- Shrink (2009)
- Scott Pilgrim vs. the World (2010)
- Gift of the Magi (2010)
- The End of Love (2012)
- For a Good Time, Call... (2012)
- Save the Date (2012)
- Goodbye World (2013)
- 13 Sins (2014)
- Jessabelle (2014)
- Laggies (2014)
- Happy Christmas (2014)
- Green Room (2015)
- The Scent of Rain and Lightning (2016)
- According to the State of Minnesota. Minnesota Birth Index, 1935-2002. Searchable at http://www.ancestry.com/
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- Galla, Brittany (August 3, 2013). "Teresa Palmer, Warm Bodies Star, Engaged to Mark Webber!". Us Weekly. Retrieved December 21, 2013.
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