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Weatherly in October 2012
|Born||Michael Manning Weatherly, Jr.
July 8, 1968
New York City, New York, U.S. America
|Spouse(s)||Amelia Heinle (m. 1995–97)
Bojana Janković (m. 2009)
|Partner(s)||Jessica Alba (2000–2003)|
Michael Manning Weatherly, Jr. (born July 8th 1968) is an American actor, writer, singer and director, best known for his role as Special Agent Anthony DiNozzo on the television series NCIS, a spin-off of the American military series, JAG (TV series). Earlier in his career, he gained fame for playing the role Logan Cale on the television series Dark Angel.
Michael Weatherly was born in New York City on July 8, 1968, and raised in Fairfield, Connecticut, by parents Patricia O'Hara (née Hetherington) and Michael Manning Weatherly, Sr. Weatherly is of partly Irish descent.
Weatherly attended Fairfield Country Day School and graduated from Brooks School in North Andover, Massachusetts. Weatherly attended Boston College, Menlo College and American University but he left college to pursue acting.
Weatherly is very passionate about music and plays several instruments including piano and guitar. He has contributed two songs to the NCIS soundtracks, Bitter and Blue and Under the Sun, and played in a band while pursuing his early career in New York City. Another early project was a video shot for a Karaoke CD: A Taste Of Honey's version of "Sukiyaki".
Weatherly began his acting career with a minor television role on The Cosby Show as Theo Huxtable's roommate. He was later cast in the role of Cooper Alden on Loving and later, The City. He appeared in the role from 1992 until 1996.
Weatherly later moved to Los Angeles, soon landing a role as a series regular on the FOX television series Significant Others, with Jennifer Garner. The show only lasted six episodes. He then met director Whit Stillman, who cast him in the 1998 film The Last Days of Disco as Hap, opposite Chloë Sevigny. Weatherly also appeared as a conflicted Warlock in the series Charmed during its first season in 1998.
Michael Weatherly starred in Dark Angel for the two seasons it was on the air. This role earned him three award nominations, two Saturn Awards for Best supporting actor on Television in 2001 and 2002, and one Teen Choice award for choice actor in 2001. During filming, Weatherly began a relationship with co-star Jessica Alba, leading to their engagement in 2001. The relationship ended in August 2003.
In 2003, he appeared as Senior NCIS Special Agent Anthony DiNozzo in two episodes of the CBS series JAG, a role he continued to portray in the spin-off series NCIS; making subsequent guest appearances on both NCIS: New Orleans (2014) and NCIS: Los Angeles (2015). In 2004 he starred in the television film The Mystery of Natalie Wood, portraying Robert Wagner. Since 2010, Robert Wagner has made five guest appearances on NCIS as Anthony DiNozzo, Sr., the father of Michael's character, Tony DiNozzo.
Weatherly made his directing debut with the Season 8 episode of NCIS titled "One Last Score", which aired March 1, 2011 and also directed the NCIS Season 10 episode, "Seek" which aired March 19th, 2013.
Weatherly married his Loving/The City co-star Amelia Heinle in February 1995. On January 10, 1996, Heinle gave birth to the couple's son, August, in New York City. The couple divorced in 1997.
Weatherly married internist Bojana Janković on September 30, 2009. The couple live in Los Angeles with their two children; a daughter, Olivia, born April 10, 2012, and a son, Liam, born October 29, 2013.
Weatherly shares his birthday with fellow NCIS co-star Rocky Carroll.
|1997||Meet Wally Sparks||Dean Sparks|
|1998||The Last Days of Disco||Hap|
|2000||Gun Shy||Dave Juniper|
|The Specials||Verdict, Crusader Industries|
|2001||Venus and Mars||Cody Battle Vandermeer|
|2005||Her Minor Thing||Tom Lindeman|
|2010||Charlie Valentine||Danny Valentine|
|1991||The Cosby Show||Theo's Roommate||Episode: "Theo's Final Final"|
|1995–1996||The City||Cooper Alden|
|1996||Pier 66||Decker Monroe||TV-Movie/TV-Pilot|
|1997||Asteroid||Dr. Matthew Rogers||NBC TV-Movie|
|Spy Game||James Cash||Episode: "What Family Doesn't Have its Ups and Downs?"|
|1998||The Advanced Guard||Kevin, Captive||Sci Fi Channel TV-Movie|
|Significant Others||Ben Chasen||6 episodes|
|1999||Charmed||Brendan Rowe||Episode: "When Bad Warlocks Turn Good"|
|The Crow: Stairway to Heaven||James Horton||Episode: "A Gathering Storm"|
|Winding Roads||Mick Simons||TV-Movie|
|2000||Cabin by the Lake||Boone||USA Network TV-Movie|
|Grapevine||Jack Vallone||Episode: "Jack"|
|Ally McBeal||Wayne Keeble||Episode: "Sex, Lies and Second Thoughts"|
|2000–2002||Dark Angel||Logan Cale||42 episodes|
|2003||JAG||Senior NCIS Special Agent Anthony 'Tony' DiNozzo||Episodes: "Ice Queen", "Meltdown"|
|2003–present||NCIS||Senior NCIS Special Agent Anthony 'Tony' DiNozzo||Starring Role|
|2004||The Mystery of Natalie Wood||Robert Wagner||ABC TV-Movie|
|2012||Major Crimes||Thorn||Guest Star|
|2014||Hollywood Game Night||Himself||2 episodes|
|Whose Line is it Anyway?||Himself||Guest Star|
|NCIS: New Orleans||Senior NCIS Special Agent Anthony 'Tony' DiNozzo||Episodes: "Carrier"|
|2015||NCIS: Los Angeles||Senior NCIS Special Agent Anthony 'Tony' DiNozzo||Episodes: TBC|
Awards and nominations
- 2001: Nominated, "Best Supporting Actor in a Television Series" – Dark Angel
- 2002: Nominated, "Best Supporting Actor in a Television Series" – Dark Angel
- 1994: Nominated, "Hottest Male Star" – Loving
- 1995: Nominated, "Outstanding Younger Lead Actor" – Loving
- 2001: Nominated, "Choice TV Actor" – Dark Angel
- Adam Bryant (November 9, 2010). "In Focus: NCIS' Michael Weatherly is happy being the second banana". TV Guide. Retrieved February 17, 2011.
- Kowalski, Kristine Hope (30 October 2013). "Michael Weatherly Baby Born: NCIS Actor Welcomes a Son Named Liam". Hollywood Life.
- H., Anna. "'NCIS' Most Popular Drama Worldwide: Mark Harmon & Cast Win Award Before Season 12". Enstars. Retrieved February 20, 2011.
- "Screen Captures taken 2 Feb 2013 at HMC Karaoke in Aiea, HlbumI".
- "Jessica Alba". People. Retrieved August 5, 2014.
- "Jessica Alba Biography". Bio. Retrieved August 5, 2014.
- Abrams, Natalie (November 2, 2009). "NCIS: Robert Wagner to Play Tony's Dad". TV Guide.
- "NCIS star continues Aussie love affair". ninemsn.com.au. May 10, 2007.[dead link] Archived at Michael Weatherly Fan Site.
- "Michael Weatherly: Son is a 'Little Mick Jagger'". People. November 16, 2008. Retrieved February 17, 2011.
- Wang, Cynthia (May 24, 2010). "NCIS Star Michael Weatherly Happily Closes the Book on His Single Days". People 73 (20).
- Leon, Anya (April 11, 2012). "NCIS: Michael Weatherly Welcomes Daughter Olivia". People.
- "Fall TV: It's All in the Family for These Related Stars". Yahoo! TV. p. 2 of 11. Retrieved August 5, 2014.
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