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Michael Weston

Michael Weston

Michael Weston

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Michael Weston is an American actor with a successful career in television and film, such as working on the series Sons of Anarchy, The Closer, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Dark Shadows, and The L Word.

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Weston is a good friend of actor Zach Braff and has appeared in three features with him, Garden State, Wish I Was Here and The Last Kiss, and as a guest star on Braff's television show, Scrubs. Weston has also appeared as Simon Marsden, Olivia Benson's half-brother on Law & Order: Special Victims Unit. (Source: en.wikipedia.org)

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Michael Weston - Alchetron, The Free Social Encyclopedia

Michael Weston is an actor who also co-owns a comedy club in New York known as the UCB Theatre, as well as an avid supporter of animal rights, as seen in the 2010 documentary New York, I Love You. Weston got his start in the comedy scene at the UCB Theatre, which was not only his first theater, but his first choice in the theater world. Weston has also done television and film work, and he currently stars on the Netflix drama series GLOW.

Michael Weston is an American actor known for his supporting roles in films like "Garden State" and the medical drama "House M.D.." The son of actors John Rubinstein and Judi West, Weston graduated from Northwestern University with a theater-and-arts degree. His first feature film appearance was in the Sundance indie favorite "Getting to Know You," which also featured Zach Braff, a friend who would later cast Weston in many of his own projects. He had a role in the comedic drama "Coyote Ugly" and starred with Rachael Leigh Cook in the romantic drama "Sally" in 2000. 2004 was a big year for him, with a supporting role in Braff's indie smash "Garden State" and a recurring role on the highly acclaimed funeral-parlor drama "Six Feet Under." He reunited with Braff again on the comedy "The Last Kiss" in 2006 and had a recurring role on Braff's sitcom "Scrubs" in 2007. He also starred in the 2008 thriller "Pathology," and appeared as investigator Lucas Douglas on "House M.D." in a recurring role. (Source: www.rottentomatoes.com)

 

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