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Charlie Weber

Full / Real Name: Charles Alan Weber, Jr.
Born: 20 September 1978 (40 years old)
Gender: Male

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Charlie Weber is an American actor best known for his recurring role as Sarah Michelle Gellar's hunky medical intern-turned-daemon-possessed-boyfriend Ben Wilkinson on the fantasy drama television series Buffy the Vampire Slayer, from 2000-2001.

He is also known for his recurring role as sexy advertising hotshot Todd on the comedy-drama television series Underemployed, from 2012-2013.

Weber also appears alongside AnnaLynne McCord and Jessica Stroup on the CW series 90210. Joining the cast in the fifth season, Weber played Mark, a ruggedly handsome former bad-boy who has turned his life around and is now the chef and owner of a popular food truck.

Mark stirs up some controversy as he caters to the particular tastes of several leading ladies in the famous Beverly Hills zip code.

On the big screen, Weber starred in the 20th Century Fox comedy feature Vampires Suck. Directed by spoof guru Jason Friedberg, the film allowed Weber to show off his comedic side (and killer physique) in a role that poked fun of Twilight, playing nefarious melodramatic vampire, Jack.

Weber has also been featured in primetime hits such as Bones, Burn Notice, House, CSI: Crime Scene Investiagtion and Everwood.

Originally from Jefferson City, Missouri, Weber moved to New York City at the age of 19 where he landed numerous modeling campaigns including Abercrombie & Fitch. Shortly thereafter, he caught his big television break on Buffy and immediately moved to Los Angeles, which he now calls home.

An avid surfer, Weber enjoys plenty of beach days from his Santa Monica residence. He is also a lover of classic literature, enjoys playing video games and strumming on his guitar.


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