|Born||Los Angeles, California, United States|
|Alma mater||Stanford University|
UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television
A Los Angeles native, Werb attended Stanford. He is a UCLA Film School graduate.
He has worked as a collaborator with Michael Colleary. The duo won a Saturn Award for Best Writing for Face/Off in 1998. They previously worked on projects "Top Ten", "Stretch Armstrong" and "King's Ransom" (the latter one for director John Woo), but neither of these films were produced. He is the creator of Unnatural History.
|1989||Food of the Gods 2||Screenplay by||Co-wrote screenplay with Richard Bennett, based on a story by Richard Bennett; as E. Kim Brewster|
|The Secret of the Ice Cave||Written by||As Michael Werb|
|1991||The Human Shield||Story by||Co-wrote story with Mann Rubin|
|The Disco Years||Story editor||Short film|
|1994||The Mask||Screenplay by||Based on a story by Michael Fallon and Mark Verheiden|
|1996||Darkman III: Die Darkman Die||Written by||Co-wrote with Michael Colleary|
|1997||Things That Go Bump||Written by, supervising producer|
|Face/Off||Written by, co-producer|
|2001||Lara Croft: Tomb Raider||Story by||Co-wrote story with Michael Colleary and Sara B. Cooper|
|2006||Curious George||Story by||Co-wrote with Ken Kaufman|
|2007||Firehouse Dog||Written by, producer||Co-wrote with Claire-Dee Lim & Michael Colleary|
|2009||Tekken||Uncredited script work||Co-wrote with Michael Colleary|
The numbers in writing credits refer to the number of episodes.
|Tarzan||2003||Developer||Yes (1)||No||The WB|
|Unnatural History||2010||Yes||Yes (5)||Yes||Cartoon Network|
|Extant||2015||No||Yes (1)||No||CBS||consulting producer (3 episodes)|
|Salvation||2017–18||No||Yes (3)||No||CBS||consulting producer (19 episodes)|