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Peter Weller

Peter Weller started all this by adjusting the colors used in the TV show to be darker, grungier, moodier, and realer. When Peter Weller saw the show today, he was blown away by the resemblance. Because the show is about characters that have no names, Weller told Vulture, "You could look at them and say 'Oh, that looks like Steven King.

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Peter Frederick Weller (born June 24, 1947) is an American film and stage actor, television director, and art historian. (Source: en.wikipedia.org

Aside from a Saturn Award nomination for his RoboCop role, Weller received an Academy Award nomination for his 1993 short Partners, in which he also acted. In television, he hosted the program Engineering an Empire on the History Channel from 2005 to 2007. He also played Christopher Henderson in the fifth season of 24, Stan Liddy in the fifth season of the Showtime original series Dexter, as well as Charles "Charlie" Barosky in 11 episodes in the sixth season of Kurt Sutter's Sons of Anarchy. From 2012 to 2017, Weller was involved in the A&E (now Netflix) series Longmire both as a director and an actor. In 2017, Weller appeared on The Last Ship as Dr. Paul Vellek. (Source: en.wikipedia.org)Weller has appeared in more than 70 films and television series, including RoboCop (1987) and its sequel RoboCop 2 (1990) (in which he played the title character), The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai Across the 8th Dimension (1984), and Star Trek Into Darkness (2013). (Source:en.wikipedia.org))

en.wikipedia.org en.wikipedia.org))As a result of his father's army work, Weller spent many years abroad during his childhood. His family lived in West Germany for several years before eventually moving to Texas, where he attended Alamo Heights High School in San Antonio, graduatingWeller was born June 24, 1947, in Stevens Point, Wisconsin, the son of Dorothy Jean (née Davidson; 1924–2002), (Source: in 1965. (Source:

en.wikipedia.org en.wikipedia.org en.wikipedia.org)))Weller appeared in the 1984 film Firstborn with Christopher Collet, where he played the abusive boyfriend of Collet's mother (played by TeIn 2007, Weller began a Ph.D. at UCLA, in Italian Renaissance Art History. (Source:Weller has appeared in more than 50 films and television series, including turns as the title characters in The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai Across the 8th Dimension, and blockbuster hits RoboCop and RoboCop 2, (Source:ri Garr). (Source:

Weller was a contributor to the History Channel in several productions, credited as "Peter Weller, Syracuse University", where he was an adjunct faculty member. He was later a graduate student in art history at UCLA, focusing on the Italian Renaissance. (Source: en.wikipedia.org In 2005, Weller co-starred as the Captain in a made-for-television remake of The Poseidon Adventure. (Source:en.wikipedia.org eIn 2006, Weller joined the cast of 24 as terrorist collaborator Christopher Henderson. (Source:n.wikipedia.org)))

On January 15, 2010, Weller was seen in a teaser trailer for the companion documentary God of War: Unearthing the Legend that was featured in the game God of War III which Weller also hosted. (Source: en.wikipedia.org Weller received a "cheer" in TV Guide's "Cheers & Jeers" section for his performance. (Source:en.wikipedia.org e

Weller has also directed various projects for television, including episodes of Homicide: Life on the Street, Monk and three episodes of the aforementioned Odyssey 5. He directed a 1997 adaptation of Elmore Leonard's Gold Coast starring David Caruso and Marg Helgenberger after previously starring in a version of Leonard's thriller Cat Chaser. He has directed eleven episodes of the series Sons of Anarchy, two in season 4, titled "Dorylus" (air date 9/20/11) and "Hands", three in season 5, titled "Authority Vested", "Toad's Wild Ride" and "Darthy", three in season 6, titled "One One Six", "Los Fantasmas" and "Aon Rud Pearsanta", and three in season 7, titled "Some Strange Eruption", "What a Piece of Work Is Man" and "Suits of Woe". He has directed one episode each season of Longmire since 2012. (Source: en.wikipedia.org)In 2017, Weller began appearing as Dr. Paul Vellek, a scientist, on The Last Ship. (Source:n.wikipedia.org)))

Weller voiced the character of Bruce Wayne / Batman in the two-part 2012–13 animated adaptation of The Dark Knight Returns, (Source: en.wikipedia.org Most recently since 2018, Weller has directed episodes "Guts + Fuel + Hope" and "Banh Bao + Sterno + Drill + Burner + Mason" of MacGyver, and episodes "Cry Murder" and "Whispers of Death" of Magnum P.I.. (Source:en.wikipedia.org eIn 1980, Weller met Ali MacGraw, moving on from her tempestuous marriage and divorce with Steve McQueen, during the making of Just Tell Me What You Want. They had an on-off relationship for several years; MacGraw remembered him as a, "superior, interesting, fine, smart" man. (Source:n.wikipedia.org)))

"STLV: Pegg: Scotty Not A 'Clown' – Talks Accent & Star Trek 2016 + Weller: Marcus Not 'Villain' + more". TrekMovie.com. 3 August 2014. (Source: en.wikipedia.org Ebiri, Bilge (20 May 2013). "Peter Weller on Star Trek, Getting His Ph.D., and Defending J.J. Abrams". vulture.com. Retrieved 2013-08-21. (Source:en.wikipedia.org eYes you read that sentence right: Dr. Peter Weller, who recently completed a PhD in Italian history. And he didn’t let you forget it, including correcting one fan who addressed him as “Mister Weller.” (Source:n.wikipedia.org)))

^ "Movies & TV: Peter Weller". The New York Times. Retrieved May 9, 2012. (Source: en.wikipedia.org Yes you read that sentence right: Dr. Peter Weller, who recently completed a PhD in Italian history. And he didn’t let you forget it, including correcting one fan who addressed him as “Mister Weller.” (Source:en.wikipedia.org e

Peter Weller at the TCM Movie Database (Source: en.wikipedia.org Peter Weller at the Internet Off-Broadway Database (Source:en.wikipedia.org))Boon, Ed [@noobde] (May 6, 2020). "Also FYI:

Peter Weller at AllMovie (Source: en.wikipedia.org)That IS Peter Weller's voice as Robocop. :) #MortalKombat11Aftermath" (Tweet). Retrieved May 6, 2020 – via Twitter. (Source:n.wikipedia.org)))

Peter Weller, the actor who once played Robocop, is returning to Detroit this weekend. Although he won’t be fighting crime in Motor City, he will be fighting a battle of a different kind—against the censorship and destruction of art. (Source: news.artnet.com Weller is giving a lecture in Detroit this weekend on the "Crisis of Beauty." (Source:news.artnet.com nPeter Weller. Courtesy of Peter Weller. (Source:ews.artnet.com)))

After playing Robocop and the eponymous Buckaroos in the 1984 sci-fi cult favorite The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai Across the 8th Dimension, Weller returned to academia. In 2004 he enrolled at Syracuse University, earning a Master’s degree in Roman and Renaissance Art, then he earned his PhD in Italian Renaissance art history at UCLA in 2013. These days, he splits his time between acting, directing, producing, and giving lectures on the Renaissance. (Source: news.artnet.com)

This weekend, Weller will deliver the keynote speech, on “The Crisis of Beauty,” at the opening night of Culture Lab Detroit, an annual symposium that brings together artists and thinkers. Ahead of Culture Lab, Weller spoke with artnet News about what this crisis entails, how he transitioned from acting to art history, and the kind of work he personally collects today. (Source: news.artnet.com Actor Peter Weller and Sheri Stowe at the premier of Star Trek Into Darkness. Photo by Frazer Harrison/Getty Images. (Source:news.artnet.com))

Dr. Peter Frederick Weller (born 24 June 1947; age 74) is the veteran actor who played Terra Prime leader John Frederick Paxton in the Star Trek: Enterprise fourth season episodes "Demons" and "Terra Prime". He played Admiral Alexander Marcus in Star Trek Into Darkness. The 2013 virtual collectible card battle game Star Trek: Rivals is using pictures of him for card #81 "Admiral A. Marcus" and card #106 "Rogue Admiral A. Marcus". (Source: memory-alpha.fandom.com Larry Rivers, Untitled from Homage to Picasso (Hommage à Picasso) (1974). Courtesy of Peter Weller. (Source:news.artnet.com))

Weller is perhaps best known to science fiction genre fans for playing the title role in 1987's RoboCop (with Kurtwood Smith and Ronny Cox) and its 1990 sequel, RoboCop 2 (with Tzi Ma, Mark Rolston, and Galyn Görg). He is also known for playing the title role in the cult 1984 science fiction film, The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai Across the 8th Dimension, and for starring in Manny Coto's 2002 cable television series, Odyssey 5. (Source: memory-alpha.fandom.com)

Weller was born in Stevens Point, Wisconsin, on 24 June 1947. Because his father was a helicopter pilot for the Army, Weller spent most of his childhood abroad. He and his family lived in Germany for several years before moving to Texas. In 1969, he graduated from North Texas State University (now the University of North Texas) with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Theatre. The late Noble Willingham, who guest-starred on Star Trek: The Next Generation and appeared with Weller in Butch and Sundance: The Early Days, also attended this university. (Source: memory-alpha.fandom.com)

In 1972, Weller made his Broadway debut in Joseph Papp's Tony Award-winning New York Shakespeare Festival production of David Rabe's Sticks and Bones. Weller was a standby for the role of David for this production, which also featured fellow Star Trek veteran Cliff DeYoung. Phillip Richard Allen and K Callan became standbys at during later performances. (Source: memory-alpha.fandom.com)

Weller returned to the Broadway stage in 1973 as part of the ensemble and as an understudy in a production of William Shakespeare's The Merchant of Venice. That same year, Weller made his television debut in the movie The Man Without a Country, which was photographed by Star Trek V: The Final Frontier's director of photography, Andrew Laszlo. In November 1973, Weller acted with Star Trek cast member Leonard Nimoy in a Broadway production of Full Circle. (Source: memory-alpha.fandom.com)

In 1975, Weller appeared on Broadway for a fourth time, playing a supporting role in Summer Brave. He also appeared in his second made-for-TV movie that same year, a drama for NBC called The Silence, which co-starred George Hearn and Craig Wasson. In 1976, Weller performed with John Glover and Tracey Walter in the off-Broadway play Rebel Women. The following year, he made his first episodic television appearance, guest starring in an Alexander Singer-directed of the CBS drama series, Lou Grant. This was his last television guest appearance until 2003. (Source: memory-alpha.fandom.com)

Weller made his film debut in the 1979 western Butch and Sundance: The Early Days. He worked with many other Star Trek alumni on this film, including Peter Brocco, Jeff Corey, Christopher Lloyd, Vincent Schiavelli, John Schuck, and the aforementioned Noble Willingham. Weller followed this film with supporting roles in Sidney Lumet's 1980 romantic comedy Just Tell Me What You Want (which featured John Walter Davis, John Gabriel, and camera work by James A. Contner) and the 1982 drama Shoot the Moon (which co-starred Robert Costanzo and George Murdock). Weller was then cast in the lead for the 1983 horror film Of Unknown Origin, for which he received Best Actor honors from the Paris Film Festival. (Source: memory-alpha.fandom.com In 1978, Weller acted alongside Bruce Davison in a stage production of Eugene O'Neill's play, Mourning Becomes Electra. The play was filmed and later broadcast on PBS as a five-part mini-series. (Source:memory-alpha.fandom.com))

Weller reunited with his Butch and Sundance co-stars (and fellow Trek performers) Christopher Lloyd and Vincent Schiavelli for the 1984 sci-fi/adventure film, The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai. Weller played the title role in this film, a multi-talented adventurer who fights to save the world from a group of inter-dimensional aliens known as Red Lectroids. Lloyd and Schiavelli played two of the Red Lectroids and the cast also included Robert Ito as Banzai's mentor, Prof. Hikita, and Clancy Brown as Banzai's companion, Rawhide. Others who appeared in the film include Jonathan Banks, Raye Birk, Jessie Lawrence Ferguson, Kevin Sullivan, and the aforementioned John Walter Davis. Since the film's release, Buckaroo Banzai has achieved cult status and has even warranted in-joke references in various Star Trek productions. (Source: memory-alpha.fandom.com Weller made his film debut in the 1979 western Butch and Sundance: The Early Days. He worked with many other Star Trek alumni on this film, including Peter Brocco, Jeff Corey, Christopher Lloyd, Vincent Schiavelli, John Schuck, and the aforementioned Noble Willingham. Weller followed this film with supporting roles in Sidney Lumet's 1980 romantic comedy Just Tell Me What You Want (which featured John Walter Davis, John Gabriel, and camera work by James A. Contner) and the 1982 drama Shoot the Moon (which co-starred Robert Costanzo and George Murdock). Weller was then cast in the lead for the 1983 horror film Of Unknown Origin, for which he received Best Actor honors from the Paris Film Festival. (Source:memory-alpha.fandom.com))

Weller's next film was the 1984 drama Firstborn, in which he and Terri Garr portrayed lovers. In 1986, Weller appeared in two productions with Star Trek: Deep Space Nine guest star John Glover, whom Weller previously worked with on stage. First, Weller and Glover co-starred with Bill Smitrovich in the dramatic film A Killing Affair. This was followed by the HBO movie Apology, which also featured TNG guest star Nicholas Kepros. (Source: memory-alpha.fandom.com memory-alpha.fandom.com))Perhaps Weller's best-known role is that of Officer Alex Murphy aka "RoboCop" in the hit 1987 action film RoboCop. Weller's co-stars in this film included Kurtwood Smith, who played the gang leader who kills Murphy, and Miguel Ferrer, whose character reconstructs Murphy into the cyborg "RoboCop". The cast also included Ronny Cox as the jealous vice president of the organization funding the RoboCop program, Robert DoQui as Murphy's superior in the police force Ray Wise as Smith's character's right-had man and Gene Wolande as a prisoner. For his performance in RoboCop, Weller earned a Saturn Award nomination from the Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films. (Source:

Weller returned to the role of RoboCop for the 1990 sequel, RoboCop 2. This feature again saw Weller working alongside John Glover and also had Robert DoQui reprising his role from the first film. The cast also included Bill Bolender, Roger Aaron Brown, Gabriel Damon, Stephen Lee, Tzi Ma, Jeff McCarthy, Mark Rolston, and Phil Rubenstein. The film's music was composed by Leonard Rosenman. (Source: memory-alpha.fandom.com)

A contemplative, blue-eyed lead with classically sculpted features, Peter Weller gained stage experience with notable performances in David Rabe's "Streamers" and David Mamet's "The Woods". He entered film in 1979 and, though best known for his roles in the deadpan cult favorite "The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai" (1984) and as the armor-clad title character of "RoboCop" (1987) and its first sequel, "RoboCop 2" (1990), Weller has also been effective in more character-driven dramas such as "Shoot the Moon" (1981) and David Cronenberg's fascinatingly bizarre "Naked Lunch" (1991). (Source: www.rottentomatoes.com)

Peter Frederick Weller was born in Stevens Point, Wisconsin, to Dorothy Jean (Davidson) and Frederick Bradford Weller, a federal judge and career helicopter pilot for the United States Army. He traveled extensively as his father literally flew around the world. Before he was out of his teens, he had attended high schools in Heidelberg, Germany and San Antonio, Texas, then enrolled the University of North Texas -- attracted by the chance of playing trumpet in one of the college's celebrated jazz bands. Music is in his family. Three generations on his mother's side were piano players and jazz is still his overriding interest. Ask him who his favorite performer in any art form is and he will say Miles Davis. It was with a B.A. in Theatre and a scholarship to the American Academy of Dramatic Arts that he left Texas for New York. Two weeks after graduating, he made his first appearance on Broadway as David in Joseph Papp's New York Shakespeare Festival production of David Rabe's "Sticks and Bones", a role he repeated on the London stage. While a student of legendary actress and drama coach, Uta Hagen, Weller appeared on and off Broadway in works like William Inge's "Summer Brave", Thomas Babe's "Rebel Women" and "Full Circle", one of the last plays directed by Otto Preminger. He began garnering critical acclaim with his portrayal of Billie Wilson in "Streamers", directed by Mike Nichols for Joseph Papp at Lincoln Center. He continued that success with his performances as Cliff in "The Woolgatherer" and as Nick in the first American production of David Mamet's "The Woods". During this period, he became a member of the highly respected Actor's Studio, under the aegis of Elia Kazan and Lee Strasberg. Weller's film debut was in Richard Lester's Butch and Sundance: The Early Days (1979). He then co-starred with Alan King and Ali MacGraw in Sidney Lumet's Just Tell Me What You Want (1980) and, with Albert Finney and Diane Keaton, in Alan Parker's Shoot the Moon (1982). Other film credits include Firstborn (1984) with Teri Garr, the HBO made-for-TV Apology (1986), co-starring Lesley Ann Warren, and Of Unknown Origin (1983), the film which won Weller the Best Actor award at the Paris International Film Festival for his performance as an upwardly mobile bachelor with a serious rat problem. That same film also marked his first association with Leviathan (1989) director George P. Cosmatos. (Source: www.amazon.com)

Peter Frederick Weller was born in Stevens Point, Wisconsin, to Dorothy Jean (Davidson) and Frederick Bradford Weller, a federal judge and career helicopter pilot for the United States Army. He traveled extensively as his father literally flew around the world. Before he was out of his teens, he had attended high schools in Heidelberg, Germany and San Antonio, Texas, then enrolled the University of North Texas -- attracted by the chance of playing trumpet in one of the college's celebrated jazz bands. Music is in his family. Three generations on his mother's side were piano players and jazz is still his overriding interest. Ask him who his favorite performer in any art form is and he will say Miles Davis. It was with a B.A. in Theatre and a scholarship to the American Academy of Dramatic Arts that he left Texas for New York. Two weeks after graduating, he made his first appearance on Broadway as David in Joseph Papp's New York Shakespeare Festival production of David Rabe's "Sticks and Bones", a role he repeated on the London stage. While a student of legendary actress and drama coach, Uta Hagen, Weller appeared on and off Broadway in works like William Inge's "Summer Brave", Thomas Babe's "Rebel Women" and "Full Circle", one of the last plays directed by Otto Preminger. He began garnering critical acclaim with his portrayal of Billie Wilson in "Streamers", directed by Mike Nichols for Joseph Papp at Lincoln Center. He continued that success with his performances as Cliff in "The Woolgatherer" and as Nick in the first American production of David Mamet's "The Woods". During this period, he became a member of the highly respected Actor's Studio, under the aegis of Elia Kazan and Lee Strasberg. Weller's film debut was in Richard Lester's Butch and Sundance: The Early Days (1979). He then co-starred with Alan King and Ali MacGraw in Sidney Lumet's Just Tell Me What You Want (1980) and, with Albert Finney and Diane Keaton, in Alan Parker's Shoot the Moon (1982). Other film credits include Firstborn (1984) with Teri Garr, the HBO made-for-TV Apology (1986), co-starring Lesley Ann Warren, and Of Unknown Origin (1983), the film which won Weller the Best Actor award at the Paris International Film Festival for his performance as an upwardly mobile bachelor with a serious rat problem. That same film also marked his first association with Leviathan (1989) director George P. Cosmatos. (Source: www.amazon.com)

Peter Frederick Weller was born in Stevens Point, Wisconsin, to Dorothy Jean (Davidson) and Frederick Bradford Weller, a federal judge and career helicopter pilot for the United States Army. He traveled extensively as his father literally flew around the world. Before he was out of his teens, he had attended high schools in Heidelberg, Germany and San Antonio, Texas, then enrolled the University of North Texas -- attracted by the chance of playing trumpet in one of the college's celebrated jazz bands. Music is in his family. Three generations on his mother's side were piano players and jazz is still his overriding interest. Ask him who his favorite performer in any art form is and he will say Miles Davis. It was with a B.A. in Theatre and a scholarship to the American Academy of Dramatic Arts that he left Texas for New York. Two weeks after graduating, he made his first appearance on Broadway as David in Joseph Papp's New York Shakespeare Festival production of David Rabe's "Sticks and Bones", a role he repeated on the London stage. (Source: www.amazon.com)

www.amazon.com)While a student of legendary actress and drama coach, Uta Hagen, Weller appeared on and off Broadway in works like William Inge's "Summer Brave", Thomas Babe's "Rebel Women" and "Full Circle", one of the last plays directed by Otto Preminger. He began garnering critical acclaim with his portrayal of Billie Wilson in "Streamers", directed by Mike Nichols for Joseph Papp at Lincoln Center. He continued that success with his performances as Cliff in "The Woolgatherer" and as Nick in the first American production of David Mamet's "The Woods". During this period, he became a member of the highly respected Actor's Studio, under the aegis of Elia Kazan and Lee Strasberg. (Source:

Weller's film debut was in Richard Lester's Butch and Sundance: The Early Days (1979). He then co-starred with Alan King and Ali MacGraw in Sidney Lumet's Just Tell Me What You Want (1980) and, with Albert Finney and Diane Keaton, in Alan Parker's Shoot the Moon (1982). Other film credits include Firstborn (1984) with Teri Garr, the HBO made-for-TV Apology (1986), co-starring Lesley Ann Warren, and Of Unknown Origin (1983), the film which won Weller the Best Actor award at the Paris International Film Festival for his performance as an upwardly mobile bachelor with a serious rat problem. That same film also marked his first association with Leviathan (1989) director George P. Cosmatos. (Source: www.amazon.com Peter Weller is an American actor who is popularly known for portraying the character of ‘Officer Alex J. Murphy/RoboCop’ in the cyberpunk action film ‘RoboCop’. He earned a nomination at the Saturn Awards for Best Actor for his role of the iconic character which became very popular among the audience of various age groups. He also reprised the same role in the sequel of the original film three years later. Interested in acting and music from a young age, Weller studied at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts before embarking on a career in the field of entertainment. He began his career as a stage actor and eventually made his way into the TV and film industries. He portrayed the role of ‘Buckaroo Banzai’ in the science fiction film ‘The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai Across the 8th Dimension.’ His role of ‘William "Bill" Lee’ in the drama film ‘Naked Lunch’ earned him a nomination at the Genie Awards for Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role. Weller is a very popular face in the television industry as well, making over 40 appearances across television series and TV films. Weller earned a nomination at the Academy Award for Best Live Action Short Film for his role of a doctor in the short film ‘Partners’. (Source:www.thefamouspeople.com))

Peter Weller is an American actor who is popularly known for portraying the character of ‘Officer Alex J. Murphy/RoboCop’ in the cyberpunk action film ‘RoboCop’. He earned a nomination at the Saturn Awards for Best Actor for his role of the iconic character which became very popular among the audience of various age groups. He also reprised the same role in the sequel of the original film three years later. Interested in acting and music from a young age, Weller studied at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts before embarking on a career in the field of entertainment. He began his career as a stage actor and eventually made his way into the TV and film industries. He portrayed the role of ‘Buckaroo Banzai’ in the science fiction film ‘The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai Across the 8th Dimension.’ His role of ‘William "Bill" Lee’ in the drama film ‘Naked Lunch’ earned him a nomination at the Genie Awards for Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role. Weller is a very popular face in the television industry as well, making over 40 appearances across television series and TV films. Weller earned a nomination at the Academy Award for Best Live Action Short Film for his role of a doctor in the short film ‘Partners’. (Source: www.thefamouspeople.com Peter Weller began his journey as a theatre artiste in the 1970s and appeared in several Broadway productions including Otto Preminger’s ‘Full Circle’, William Inge's ‘Summer Brave’ and ‘Picnic’. (Source:www.thefamouspeople.com))

Weller portrayed the title character in the 1987 American cyberpunk action film ‘RoboCop’. The characterization of ‘Officer Alex Murphy’ became overshadowed by that of ‘RoboCop’, both played by Weller. Apart from Weller, the film also featured Nancy Allen, Dan O'Herlihy, Ronny Cox, Kurtwood Smith, and Miguel Ferrer in major roles. Three years later, Weller reprised his role in the sequel of the film, ‘RoboCop 2’. (Source: www.thefamouspeople.com Weller spent a few years in Germany where he received his primary education and later moved to Texas with his family and enrolled at the Alamo Heights High School. Later, he attended the University of North Texas and received his Bachelor of Arts in theatre. He also received training at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts. (Source:www.thefamouspeople.com wWeller portrayed the title character in the 1987 American cyberpunk action film ‘RoboCop’. The characterization of ‘Officer Alex Murphy’ became overshadowed by that of ‘RoboCop’, both played by Weller. Apart from Weller, the film also featured Nancy Allen, Dan O'Herlihy, Ronny Cox, Kurtwood Smith, and Miguel Ferrer in major roles. Three years later, Weller reprised his role in the sequel of the film, ‘RoboCop 2’. (Source:ww.thefamouspeople.com wwWeller portrayed the title character in the 1987 American cyberpunk action film ‘RoboCop’. The characterization of ‘Officer Alex Murphy’ became overshadowed by that of ‘RoboCop’, both played by Weller. Apart from Weller, the film also featured Nancy Allen, Dan O'Herlihy, Ronny Cox, Kurtwood Smith, and Miguel Ferrer in major roles. Three years later, Weller reprised his role in the sequel of the film, ‘RoboCop 2’. (Source:w.thefamouspeople.com))))

www.thefamouspeople.com www.thefamouspeople.com www.thefamouspeople.com www.thefamouspeople.com))))Weller appeared in the critically acclaimed film ‘Naked Lunch’(1991) which was based on the novel of the same name by William S. Burrough. He played the character of ‘William "Bill" Lee’ in the film and was nominated at the Genie Awards for Best Performance by an Actor inPeter Weller has had a distinguished career on television as well. He made his debut in the TV film ‘The Man Without a Country’ as ‘’ Lt. Fellows’ in 1973. He then appeared in a few other TV films before making an appearance in 'Partners’, for which he earned a nomination at the Academy Awards. (Source:Peter Weller has had a distinguished career on television as well. He made his debut in the TV film ‘The Man Without a Country’ as ‘’ Lt. Fellows’ in 1973. He then appeared in a few other TV films before making an appearance in 'Partners’, for which he earned a nomination at the Academy Awards. (Source:Apart from these popular roles, Weller has also portrayed notable characters in films like ‘Mighty Aphrodite’, ‘The New Age’, and ‘Star Trek Into Darkness’. (Source: a Leading Role. (Source:

Over the years, Weller appeared in shows like ‘Odyssey 5’ as ‘Chuck Taggart’, ‘24’ as ‘Christopher Henderson’, ‘Dexter’ as ‘Stan Liddy’, and ‘Sons of Anarchy’ as ‘Charles Barosky’. He also hosted ‘Engineering an Empire’ on the History Channel. (Source: www.thefamouspeople.com Peter Weller has had a distinguished career on television as well. He made his debut in the TV film ‘The Man Without a Country’ as ‘’ Lt. Fellows’ in 1973. He then appeared in a few other TV films before making an appearance in 'Partners’, for which he earned a nomination at the Academy Awards. (Source:www.thefamouspeople.com www.thefamouspeople.com)))Over the years, Weller appeared in shows like ‘Odyssey 5’ as ‘Chuck Taggart’, ‘24’ as ‘Christopher Henderson’, ‘Dexter’ as ‘Stan Liddy’, and ‘Sons of Anarchy’ as ‘Charles Barosky’. He also hosted ‘Engineering an Empire’ on the History Channel. (Source:

Weller was offered the role of ‘Buckaroo Banzai’ by W. D. Richter in his film ‘The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai Across the 8th Dimension’. The science fiction adventure film revolves around the title character who fights aliens to save the world. (Source: www.thefamouspeople.com Peter Weller’s portrayal of ‘Robocop/ Alex Murphy’ in the movie ‘RoboCop’ became iconic as the film gave the audience a very unique taste of an action film with elements of science fiction. The film spawned a series of TV shows and films based on the same concept. Weller received a nomination at the Saturn Awards for Best Actor for his role of the title character in the film. (Source:www.thefamouspeople.com))

See the events in life of Peter Weller in Chronological Order (Source: www.thefamouspeople.com Peter Weller and actress Shari Stowe were in a relationship for a long time before they got married in 2006. The day was Weller’s 59th birthday and celebrities like Carrie Fisher and Marg Helgenberger were among the guests at their wedding. (Source:www.thefamouspeople.com))

 

 

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