Steven Weber is an American actor and comedian who is best known for his role as Brian Hackett on the television series Wings. In this write-up, we will discuss details of Steven Weber’s children Alfie Weber and Jack Weber have been shared here.
Who is Steven Weber?
Steven Weber was born on March 4, 1961, in New York, New York, United States of America into a Jewish family to his mother Fran who was a nightclub singer, and his father, Stuart Weber, was a nightclub performer and manager of Borscht Belt Comedians.
Steven Weber attended and graduated from Manhattan’s High School of Performing Arts In 1979 and the State University of New York at Purchase.
Who are Steven Weber Children?
Steven Weber has two children, they are Alfie Weber and Jack Alfie who are both males. Jack Weber is the first son of Steven Weber. He was Born on January 15, 2001, in Santa Monica, California, United States.
Currently, Steven Weber’s Son Jack is 22 years of age while his brother, Alfie Weber is 20 years old having taken birth on the 25th day of February 2003. Steven Weber’s sons were both born to his ex-wife Juliette Hohnen, an American Estate broker.
In 1995, he became engaged to Juliette Hohnen, then the Los Angeles bureau chief for MTV News, and they married on July 29 that year at Highclere Castle in Berkshire, England. In March 2013, it was reported that the couple filed for divorce.
Steven Weber Career
Weber started appearing in TV commercials in the third grade. After leaving college, he became a member of the Mirror Repertory Company and appeared opposite legendary actress Geraldine Page and Mason Adams in “Paradise Lost” before winning a role as Julianne Moore’s ill-tempered and ill-fated boyfriend on the CBS daytime drama As the World Turns in 1985–1986.
He appeared in several motion pictures and TV mini-series, such as The Flamingo Kid, Hamburger Hill, and the acclaimed The Kennedys of Massachusetts (as the young John F. Kennedy).
His best-known role is as Brian Hackett, a skirt-chasing aeroplane pilot on the sitcom Wings. Several years later, Weber starred in his own short-lived half-hour comedy Cursed (later renamed The Weber Show), joined the cast of ABC’s Once and Again as the tortured artist Sam Blue, and starred the next year in the acclaimed show The D.A., also for ABC.
Weber also had lead roles in the 1990s films Single White Female and Jeffrey.
Weber first appeared on Broadway in Tom Stoppard’s The Real Thing and in 2001-2002 took over for Matthew Broderick as Leo Bloom in the Broadway production of The Producers. In 2005, he appeared alongside Kevin Spacey in London at the Old Vic’s production of National Anthems. Weber also wrote and produced 2003’s Clubland, a Showtime film in which he and Alan Alda played father and son talent agents in 1950s New York City (for which Alda was nominated for an Emmy).
He appeared in four Stephen King adaptations: Desperation (2006), “You Know They Got a Hell of a Band” from the Nightmares & Dreamscapes(2006) mini-series, ”Revelations of Becka Paulson” from the “Outer Limits” revival series, and in the television mini-series version of Stephen King’s The Shining (1997), playing the murderous writer Jack Torrance. He also narrated several audiobooks, including King’s novel It and works by Harlan Coben and Dean Koontz.