Ben Weber (actor)

Ben Weber (born May 14, 1972) is an American film and television actor. He has appeared in TV series such as Sex and the City and Everwood and films such as Kissing Jessica Stein, The Christmas Card, and Coach Carter.[1] Weber also played David on the ABC Family television series The Secret Life of the American Teenager along with Molly Ringwald. In addition to film and television work, Weber was one of the original cavemen in the GEICO Cavemen advertising campaign.[1][2]

Ben Weber
Born (1972-05-14) May 14, 1972

Filmography

Film

Year Title Role Notes
1996 Twister Stanley
1999 Giving It Up Peter McGrath
2000 The Broken Hearts Club: A Romantic Comedy Patrick
2000 Gun Shy Mark
2001 Kissing Jessica Stein Larry
2003 Little Red Light George Meyer Short
2003 Fast Cars & Babies Jeff Short
2004 King of the Corner Dr. Collins
2005 Coach Carter Mr. Gesek
2007 Look Marty
2007 The Kopper Kettle John Short
2007 The Brass Teapot John Short
2011 Losing Control Dr. Rudy Mann
2013 What Should We Watch? Donovan Short
2015 Come Simi Carl
20?? Heart Burns Dan Short, post-production

Television

Year Title Role Notes
1998–99 Sex and the City Skipper Johnston Recurring role (seasons 1–2)
2000 The Only Living Boy in New York Josh TV film
2001 Law & Order Ethan Capp Episode: "Sunday in the Park with Jorge"
2003 Miss Match Craig Baxter Episode: "Addicted to Love"
2003–04 Everwood Chris Beals Guest role (season 2)
2005 ER Lou Episodes: "Man with No Name", "Wake Up"
2005 The West Wing Vic Faison Episodes: "Here Today", "Undecideds", "The Wedding"
2006 The Christmas Card Paul TV film
2007 Medium Morgan Turley Episodes: "Better Off Dead"
2009–2013 The Secret Life of the American Teenager David Johnson Recurring role (seasons 1–2), guest (season 5)
2016 NCIS: Los Angeles Bruce Carter Episode: "Crazy Train"
2017 Manhunt: Unabomber Andy Genelli Main role

References

  1. "Who are the cavemen in the Geico ads?". Abilene Reporter-News. June 19, 2006. Archived from the original on July 10, 2010. Retrieved June 16, 2010.
  2. "Spot Stars". Backstage. September 5, 2009. Retrieved June 16, 2010.


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