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Overview (2)

Born in Bossier City, Louisiana, USA
Birth NameBlayne Nutron Weaver

Mini Bio (1)

Blayne Weaver, of Bossier City, Louisiana, began his acting career in high school with the film The Flood: Who Will Save Our Children? (1993), an NBC movie of the week. His first major TV movie was The Good Old Boys (1995) with Tommy Lee Jones. He has since done guest spots on ER (1994), JAG (1995), Chicago Hope (1994), NCIS (2003) and did the voice of Peter Pan in Disney's animated film Return to Never Land (2002). He co-wrote and acted in the IFC feature film Manic (2001) (starring Don Cheadle), which premiered at the Sundance film festival. In 2004 he formed Secret Identity Productions with childhood friend Brandon Barrera. Their first film, Losing Lois Lane (2004), a short about a depressed Superman, was Weaver's directorial debut. Secret Identity then produced Outside Sales (2006), its first feature, which Weaver wrote and directed. He went on to write and direct S.I.P's next feature Weather Girl (2009). Next he directed and starred in 6 Month Rule (2011) which had a limited theatrical and will be released on Blu-Ray in February 2013. Next Weaver will star in the thriller Favor (2013) and then he will direct the crime drama Clip Joint from his own script.

- IMDb Mini Biography By: A. Nonymous

Trivia (6)

Graduated from Parkway High School in Bossier City, Louisiana in 1994.
Was a member of the Shreveport, Louisiana children's theater group, "Peter Pan Players", alongside pop singer James Easter Bradford and actresses Melissa Gabriel and Lee Eddy.
Co-owner of Secret Identity Productions alongside business partner and friend Brandon Barrera.
Member of the Echo Theater Company.
Graduated from UCLA with a degree in English and a minor in Political Science.
Blayne Weaver met director Paul Osborne at Dead Center Film Festival as they were promoting their films Outside Sales (2006) and Ten 'til Noon (2006). They became fast friends and Weaver was featured in Osborne's documentary Official Rejection (2009). They continued to collaborate with Osborne casting Weaver in Favor (2013) and then Osborne doing a dialogue pass and coming up with the title for Cut to the Chase (2016).

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