Charlie Weber Bio
Charlie Weber born Charles Alan Weber Jr. on September 20, 1978 is an American actor and former model. Charlie began starring as Frank Delfino in the ABC legal drama series, How to Get Away with Murder, in 2014. He dropped out of college after a year of schooling and moved to New York City when he was 19 years old.
Charlie Weber Age
Born on 20th September, 1978, Charlie is 40 years old as of 2018.
Charlie Weber Wife | Married | Giselle
He was married to Giselle Weber between 2015 and 2016, when the two a divorce. He was previously married to his co-star, Liza Weil back in 2000 and the couple has a teenage daughter together.
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He has a daughter from his previous marriage with his how to get away with murder co-star Liza Weil.
Charlie Weber Girlfriend
He divorced his wife Giselle Weber in March 2016, only 9 months after their wedding and got back with his former wife Liza , after they met again on the Show How to get away with Murder.
Charlie Weber and Liza Weil Split
However, it was announced on 22nd February that the two had split . On Thursday 22nd, Weber confirmed the news to People, sharing , “Liza and I share an amazing relationship rooted in love and respect. That relationship has found its way back to the great friendship we’ve always had.”
He further stated that;, “We will continue to support each other and will always love working together.”
Their split comes two and a half years after it was revealed publicly that they began dating in the summer of 2016.
Actor Charlie Weber
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Charlie made his screen debut in the 2000 film The Broken Hearts Club: A Romantic Comedy. He was later that same year, cast in the recurring role of Ben on the TV series Buffy the Vampire Slayer. From 2000 to 2001, Weber appeared in 14 episodes of the series. Later he made a guest appearance on The Drew Carey Show, Charmed, Veronica Mars, House, Burn Notice, Bones, Warehouse 13 and CSI: Crime Scene Investigation.
Weber had roles in the direct-to-video films Gacy, The Kiss and Cruel Intentions 3, from 2003 to 2004. Weber wwas also a co-star in the vampire-spoof film Vampires Suck. He had a recurring role of Jay in another The WB drama series, Everwood, from 2003 to 2004 . He appeared in the MTV comedy-drama series, Underemployed, from 2012 to 2013 .
Charlie Weber 90210
He had a recurring role on the fifth season of The CW teen drama, 90210 as Mark Holland.
Charlie Weber How To Get Away With Murder
Weber was in 2014, cast in the series regular role in the ABC legal drama series, How to Get Away with Murder produced by Shonda Rhimes, on the role of Frank Delfino, an associate of Viola Davis’ character.
Charlie Weber Abercrombie & Fitch
Weber appeared in the Christmas 1998 Abercrombie & Fitch catalog as a model, when photographer Bruce Weber revitalized the publication.
Charlie Weber Femme Fatale
He was cast in the film Femme Fatales in 2012 on the role of Ace.
Charlie Weber Movies
The Broken Hearts Club: A Romantic Comedy
The Drew Carey Show
Buffy the Vampire Slayer
Dead Above Ground
Cruel Intentions 3
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation
State of Georgia
Staff Sergeant Dunn
How to Get Away with Murder
Jarhead 3: The Siege
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Charlie Weber Interview
Charlie Weber: Killer Looks, Killer Style
STILL GETTING AWAY. After more than two years and two more seasons of “How to Get Away with Murder,” Charlie Weber returns for round two in the magazine.
DAMAN: Hi, Charlie! Awesome to have you with us again. How is 2018 shaping up for you?
CHARLIE WEBER: Pretty well! Started off pretty great—finishing season four—and now I’m trying to relax and get out of town a little bit and hang out with my daughter.
DA: A couple years ago, when we first interviewed you, the season two of “How to Get Away with Murder” was just about to end. Today, as you said, season four has wrapped up. How do you feel about the show reaching this new milestone?
CW: It’s been incredible. I feel like barely any time has passed. The last season has gone by so quickly just because we’ve all become so in tune with our characters and the story. It feels so good!
DA: How about your character? How would you describe Frank Delfino’s growth as the show progressed into season four?
CW: I mean, it’s been an endless journey of peeling back layers to a very complicated man. Every time he tries to become something, something else unravels and he has to become something else.
DA: Now, as good as the early seasons were, season four got even better reviews (it now has a 100% rating on Rotten tomatoes). What happened?
CW: I honestly don’t know… I think we have a lot of talented people all working towards a common goal and doing their best work and luckily people are responding to it.
DA: Is there anything you can share with us about the future of “How to Get Away with Murder”?
CW: There’s nothing to share. It’s all a mystery to me as well. We’ll see what the future holds.
DA: In your opinion, what would be the ideal overall length of this show? How many more seasons do you think should “How to Get Away with Murder” run?
CW: It’s such a crazy show. I think we just have no choice but to take it season by season. As long as the stories are interesting and intriguing to watch, I honestly don’t know how long it can go.
DA: There was also the crossover between “How to Get Away with Murder” and “Scandal” last January. How exciting was that?
CW: It was an exciting event, but my storyline kept me on the sidelines of that. It was a cool event but I can’t really speak towards what it was to be a part of it because my story kept me away from that group.
DA: Spin-offs are also quite popular these days. What do you think a standalone story about Frank Delfino would be like?
CW: I think it would be pretty intriguing. I think you’d be forced to let him off his chain completely and see what would happen. You know, I think it would kind of have a sense humor to it and it would be able to surprise me.
DA: Back when it started, even the name of the show was considered provocative. Today, we have dozens of series that delve into the more unsavory aspects of human nature. What do you think about this trend?
CW: I think it’s good! I think it makes for some interesting television. I think people seek out these raw, human situations that go beyond the normalcy of existence. I think it’s a pretty cool trend and I like the stuff I’m seeing.
DA: Beyond “How to Get Away with Murder,” do you have anything else lined up for the rest of 2018?
CW: Uh, no, not really! I’m just sitting down, looking at some scripts and seeing what comes my way!
DA: Usually, when you’re considering a potential show to join, what do you look for?
CW: For me, it’s just about character. I certainly hope it’s a good story and other intriguing things about it, but I think about what is this character capable of and where could it possibly go and can grow and change. I’m sort of fascinated by this—the beginnings of a character and where i can take it.
DA: How does a seasoned actor like you prepare for a casting season?
CW: I’m not even sure how to answer that question; it’s rare that I audition much anymore. You just have to try to get as far along with the character as you can in whatever amount of time that you have.
DA: Two years ago you mentioned that you simply want “to keep evolving as an actor and to always keep it about the work.” That being said, do you have any dreams—of the more fanciful kind, perhaps— that you want to chase?
CW: No. As far as what I said about acting, I want that to continue to be the case and to aspire to do good work all the time. I would love to get out of town more and just lay low. Now, as far as acting goes, I am just going to keep going down this path and see where it takes me.
DA: On a related note, how does an actor with your experience define success in your field of work?
CW: I think there are a lot of ways you could define it. I’m always in awe of the fact that I get to make my livelihood from something that I love so much, so for me, that’s a huge success. To get up in the morning and go act and to be able to pay the bills by doing that is a really, really extraordinary thing that I’m very lucky to be able to do.
DA: Regarding the whole “doing what you love as a living” angle, how do you keep acting from turning from passion into simply work?
CW: I don’t know if you can do that completely. I try to be as passionate as I can all the time, but some days it is work and that’s okay. But, i think you just don’t give up. You don’t give up on your character, you don’t give up on the story and that will help you stay passionate as opposed to turning it into work.
DA: Social media now plays a big role in showbiz, for everything from spreading trailers and managing fan outreach. How seriously do you take your online presence?
CW: I don’t, really. I try my best and put a picture up on Instagram from time to time if I’m at a fun or interesting place. But that’s about the extent of it for me.
DA: By the way, what else are you passionate about outside of acting? What usually keeps you busy when you’re not filming?
CW: I love to travel; I love to read and I love hanging out with my daughter, my friends, and loved ones. I try to let it be as time consuming as possible.
DA: And when you simply want to get away from it all for a little while, what do you usually do?
CW: I just get out of town. Whether it’s a couple miles up the coast to the other side of the world, I just like to get out of town for a few days here and there.
DA: Last question, and going back a bit to “doing what you love for a living”—now, obviously, a lot of people dream about doing this. To those budding actors out there looking to be just as successful as you, what would be your number one piece of advice?
CW: I don’t think I should be giving out any acting advice but something that as far as becoming an actor or wanting to become an actor. Still, a good piece of advice i once received was to be proactive. Always be out there, always be striving to do something: Get in front of a camera, get on a stage and go find it. Don’t wait for it to come to you.
Charlie Weber News
How To Get Away With Murder stars Charlie Weber and Liza Weil part ways after more than two years together
How to Get Away with Murder co-stars Charlie Weber and Liza Weil have split.
Weber, who plays Frank Delfino on the ABC show, confirmed the news in a statement to People on Thursday.
Charlie and Liza, who portrays Bonnie Winterbottom on the legal drama, had been dating for over two years.
‘Liza and I share an amazing relationship rooted in love and respect,’ the Jefferson City, Missouri native, 40, told the magazine. ‘
‘That relationship has found it’s way back to the great friendship we’ve always had.’
The actor, who had a small role on Buffy the Vampire Slayer in the early 00s, said he and Liza, 41, ‘will continue to support each other and will always love working together.’
A rep for Charlie told the magazine in 2017 that the pair began their relationship in the summer of 2016.
At the time, they were coming off their respective divorces to former spouses Paul Adelstein and Giselle Weber.
Charlie opened up about the relationship with Weil in July of 2017 while appearing on the podcast Allegedly with Theo Von & Matthew Cole Weiss, saying that their devotion to their craft was a common bond.
‘We’re very like-minded when it comes to our approach to acting,’ he explained.
‘We’re two actors who are very dedicated to what they do and have a very easy time separating who we are and who we are as characters.’
The show, which is produced by Shonda Rhimes, stars Viola Davis and also features Aja Naomi King, Billy Brown and Jack Falahee.
How to Get Away with Murder airs Thursdays at 9/8c on ABC.