Charlie Weber Biography

(Known for His Role as ‘Frank Delfino’ in the TV Series ‘How to Get Away with Murder’)

Birthday: September 20, 1978 (Virgo)

Born In: Jefferson City, Missouri, United States

Charlie Weber is an American actor and former model. He got noticed as ‘Ben’ in the series ‘Buffy, the Vampire Slayer’ and is best known as ‘Frank Delfino,’ the no-nonsense associate, in the highly praised ‘ABC’ legal series ‘How to Get Away with Murder.’ Born and raised in Missouri, he moved to New York at to study acting at 19 and simultaneously worked as a model. His first movie, ‘The Broken Hearts Club: A Romantic Comedy,’ was a success. Later, he appeared in several TV series, such as ‘Buffy, the Vampire Slayer,’ ‘Everwood,’ ‘Underemployed,’and ‘90210.’ He also worked in movies such as ‘Cruel Intentions 3’ and ‘Vampires Suck.’ In 2014, he was cast as ‘Frank Delfino’ in Shonda Rhimes’s legal drama ‘How to Get Away with Murder,’ which brought him recognition and praise. In the recent years, Weber has been seen in ‘Jarhead 3: The Siege’ and ‘Ex-Patriot.’ He is also set to appear in the suspense film ‘Coyote Lake.’ He was married to attorney Giselle Weber, but the couple separated within a year. Later, he dated his series co-star Liza Weil. Reportedly they are no longer together. Weber has a teenage daughter from a previous relationship.
Quick Facts

Also Known As: Charles Alan Weber Jr.

Age: 45 Years, 45 Year Old Males


Spouse/Ex-: Giselle Weber (m. 2015 – div. 2016)

father: Charles Alan Chuck Weber Sr

mother: Nanette Susan

Models Actors

Height: 5'11" (180 cm), 5'11" Males

U.S. State: Missouri

Childhood & Early Life
Charles Alan “Charlie” Weber Jr. was born on September 20, 1978, in Jefferson City, Missouri, to Nanette Susan and Charles Alan “Chuck” Weber Sr. During his school years, his mother enrolled him into a drama class to help him come out of his shell. However, in high school, the drama program consisted of musicals, which was not his passion. According to him, he did not possess the skill set for musicals. Thus, he shifted to sports.
Weber played football and got invited to the ‘University of Missouri,’ where he played the game for a year. He realized that he needed to make a decision, so after a year of college, at the age of 19, he moved to New York to study acting. He took acting classes at the ‘Stella Adler Studio of Acting, New York’ and took up modeling assignments to pay for his acting classes. He was seen in the 1998 Christmas catalogue of ‘Abercrombie & Fitch,’ which was photographed by Bruce Weber. While in New York, he was also part of a few student films.
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In 2000, Weber got his first film role in the feature film ‘The Broken Hearts Club: A Romantic Comedy.’ Filmmaker Greg Berlanti selected him for this film. It became a commercial success. The same year [2000–2001], he played ‘Ben Wilkinson,’ an intern who was shown sharing his body with the female god ‘Glory,’ in 14 episodes of the series ‘Buffy, the Vampire Slayer.’
Weber worked in the direct-to-video films ‘Gacy,’ ‘The Kiss,’ and ‘Cruel Intentions 3’ during the years 2003 and 2004. In the same period, he portrayed the recurring role of ‘Jay’ in five episodes of Berlanti’s ‘The WB’ drama series ‘Everwood.’ He played ‘Jack’ in 2010’s satirical horror–comedy movie ‘Vampires Suck.’
Weber had recurring roles in the series ‘Burn Notice’ [2011] and ‘State of Georgia’ [2011]. He guest-starred in ‘Veronica Mars’ [2006], ‘CSI: Crime Scene Investigation’ [2007], ‘House’ [2010], ‘Bones’ [2011], ‘Femme Fatales’ [2012], and ‘Warehouse 13’ [2013]. In 2013, he worked as a voice actor for the character ‘Staff Sergeant Dunn’ in the video game ‘Battlefield 4.’
In the final season of ‘The CW’s hit teen drama ‘90210’ [2013], Weber played the recurring role of the charming chef ‘Mark Holland’ in seven episodes. Between 2012 and 2013, he appeared as ‘Todd’ in 12 episodes of the ‘MTV’ series ‘Underemployed.’
In 2014 , Weber was signed for the series regular role of ‘Frank Delfino’ in producer Shonda Rhimes’s legal drama series on ‘ABC,’ ‘How to Get Away with Murder.’ It brought him fame, and he is now recognized for his work in this series. Reportedly, the sixth season of the series would be its last.
In the recent years, Weber has worked in only a few movies, such as ‘Jarhead 3: The Siege’ [2016] and the indie thriller ‘Ex-Patriot’ [2017]. The latter featured him in the role of ‘Bill Donovan.’ In the upcoming suspense movie ‘Coyote Lake,’ he appears opposite Camila Mendes and ‘Academy Award’ nominee Adriana Barraza. Occasionally, he still works as a model. He was recently seen on the cover of ‘26 Magazine.’
Family & Personal Life
Weber married his long-time girlfriend, attorney Giselle Weber, on April 21, 2015, in Cabo San Lucas. However, the two divorced a year later.
He has a daughter from a previous relationship, who was born in 2004. Not much is known about the mother of the child.
In 2016, Weber began dating Liza Weil, his co-star from the series ‘How to Get Away with Murder.’ However, in an interview in February 2019, he revealed that they were not in a relationship anymore.
According to one of his interviews, Weber enjoys traveling, reading, and spending time with his daughter and friends.

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