Film/TV credits
Jake's entry in the Internet Movie Database
Elfjune's Jake Weber Celebration Page
Not only is she responsible for several of the pictures on this site, but Elfjune's also created her own personal (gushy) take on Jake. She provides her own reviews of his films and credits, not to mention fan fiction. If you want to know about the color and length of his hair in each film--and with Jake having amazing "mood" hair, who doesn't?--this is a must-see site.


The Cell

New Line Cinema - Site and plot description for "The Cell"

"The Cell" - Official site

Cultivating Charlie

GMS Productions
Indepependent film company
with pictures from "Cultivating Charlie"

Hollywood Online - Plot description of this early Jake film


Making Cherry
Official site for the film "Cherry"

In Too Deep

Dimension Films: In Too Deep
Official site for the film "In Too Deep"

Review of ITD at Mr. Showbiz's plug of "In Too Deep"

Meet Joe Black

Meet Joe Black
Official site for the film "Meet Joe Black."  A good picture and bio of Jake (though until we corrected them, they misspelled his name!)

Hollywood Online page featuring a photo of Jake from MJB's LA premiere (Thanks, Melanie, for this link!)

Internet Movie Database
Anonymous reviews of Meet Joe Black

Pushing Tin

Official Fox "Pushing Tin" site  


Official Universal U-571 site  


American Gothic

Becky Marie's AG website
Fan site with studio pic of Jake as Dr. Matt Crower

Trinity Book Store
American Gothic fan fiction.  Check out the excellent "Rules of the Game," which depicts Matt in a tense standoff with his archenemy, the diabolic Lucas

Elaine's AG Website
Fan site.  Stream-of-consciousness at play here, but lots of intelligence and fun as well

The Craig Shrine
Fan site revolving around an AG Production Assistant
and featuring his behind-the-scene recollections

Neil Munn's AG Website
Fan site with bio on Jake

The Trinity Guardian
Extremely well-done site with interviews,
episode summaries, pictures, links

The Uppity Wench's AG Site
Truly elegant, comprehensive site with tons of links, AG desktop themes, more


The Rivals
Review from "Curtain Up"
A nice review from the production up in the Berkshires. In case this link dies at some point, the Jake-related part of the review is excerpted here.

As You
Like It

Review from Christian Science Monitor
From a site for stage actor Larry Bryggman. Only mentions Jake in passing, but hey, we'll take what we can get. This production was from the New York Shakespeare Festival's 1992 season.

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