Made his professional stage debut as an understudy in the original New York production of Six Degrees of Separation.
Made his silver screen debut playing the lead role of Matty Dean in Stonewall (1996), a film about the start of the gay rights movement.
Played Brian Wilson in the ABC miniseries The Beach Boys: An American Family in 2000.
Was directed by Neil LaBute in London and New York stage productions of The Shape of Things and also in the 2003 film version of the play.
In 2005, he portrayed a talking lizard in the Lincoln Center Theater's revival of Edward Albee's Seascape.
His first major TV role had him playing a cop in the police drama Missing Persons (1993-94). More than a decade later, his second major TV gig cast him in another crime-solving role as a U.S. Marshall in the USA Network series In Plain Sight.
Wrote, directed and starred in Streetcar, a short film about an aspiring television actor that made the rounds at various film festivals in 2010.
Ali Marsh — Wife
University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, North Carolina, United States; attended The Juilliard School, New York, New York, United States
Birth Name: Frederick Weller
Birth Place: New Orleans, Louisiana, United States