Frederick Weller

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Birth Name: Frederick Weller
Born: 1969

Weller made his feature acting debut in the lead role of a 1960s activist for homosexual rights who finds himself an eyewitness to history in "Stonewall" (1995), a fictionalized account of the 1969 police raid on a Manhattan gay bar that sparked the modern gay rights movement. His subsequent film roles in the 90s were mostly small parts (i.e., "Basquiat" 1996; "Armageddon" 1998). The actor fared better on stage as he amassed an impressive resume, including sharing an OBIE award with the rest of the cast of the black comedy "Curtains" in 1996 and appearing opposite Stockard Channing in the 1997 Broadway revival of "The Little Foxes". On the small screen, Weller had a leading role in the 1997 ... Continue Bio >>

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