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Stanley Weber (born 13 July 1986) is a French actor and theatre director. He is known for his performance as Juan Borgia in the television series Borgia, and for his roles in films The First Day of the Rest of Your Life and Thérèse Desqueyroux as well as Violette.

Stanley Weber
Stanley Weber 2018.jpg
Stanley Weber in 2018
Born
Stanley Weber

(1986-07-13) 13 July 1986 (age 32)
NationalityFrench
Alma materCours Florent
Conservatoire national supérieur d'art dramatique
London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art
OccupationActor, theatre director
Years active2005–present
Parent(s)Jacques Weber
Christine Weber

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Early life and educationEdit

 
Stanley Weber (L) and Andrew Gower (R) answer questions during their panel at Creation Entertainment's Outlander convention in Las Vegas on 15 July 2018.

Stanley Weber was born on 13 July 1986[1] in Paris, France, to actor Jacques Weber and his wife Christine. He has a sister, Kim, and a brother, Tommy.

Weber received his first acting lessons at Cours Florent,[2] and then enrolled acting at the Conservatoire national supérieur d'art dramatique. He also studied at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art.



TheatreEdit

Year Title Author Director
2005 Le Mal à dire Léon Masson Léon Masson
2006 Richard Ier Cœur de Lion Vytas Kraujelis Vytas Kraujelis
2007 La Nuit s'est abattue comme une vache Léon Masson Léon Masson
Si ce n'est toi Charles Petit Charles Petit
2008 Macbeth William Shakespeare Katharina Stegemann
Scarecrow Garry Michael White Pierre Giafferi & Stanley Weber
Le Chevalier de la lune Stanley Weber Pierre Giafferi & Stanley Weber
Comment prendre 5 ans en l'espace de 2 h d'avion ? Stanley Weber Stanley Weber
2009 César, Fanny, Marius Marcel Pagnol Francis Huster
2010 Macbeth William Shakespeare John Baxter
Much Ado About Nothing William Shakespeare Stephen Jameson
2012-13 L'Épreuve Pierre de Marivaux Clément Hervieu-Léger
2015 Anna Christie Eugene O'Neill Jean-Louis Martinelli
2017 Le Pays Lointain Jean-Luc Lagarce Clément Hervieu-Léger

FilmographyEdit

Year Title Role Director Notes
2006 Mauvaise Prise The Man Benoît Jeannot Short film
2007 À l'hôtel elle alla, elle le tu là He Eponine Momenceau Short film
Tim Tim Jacques Girault Short film
Le vrai coupable Francis Huster Television film
2008 The First Day of the Rest of Your Life Éric Rémi Bezançon
Figaro Chérubin Jacques Weber Television film
La dame de Monsoreau Capitaine Delmas Michel Hassan Television film
2009 Qu'est-ce qu'on fait ? The Man André Cavaillé Short film
Louis XV, le soleil noir Louis XV Thierry Binisti Television film
Juste un peu d'@mour Marc Nicolas Herdt Television film
2010 Pieds nus sur les limaces Fabienne Berthaud
Agatha Christie's Poirot Count Andrenyi Philip Martin Episode: "Murder on the Orient Express"
Any Human Heart Swiss Detective Michael Samuels 1 episode
2011-14 Borgia Juan & Francesco Borgia Several Recurring role, 14 episodes
2012 Thérèse Desqueyroux Jean Azevedo Claude Miller
La banda Picasso George Braque Fernando Colomo
The Hollow Crown Duke of Orléans Thea Sharrock Episode: "Henry V"
2013 Not Another Happy Ending Tom Duvall John McKay
Trap for Cinderella Serge Iain Softley
Violette The young mason Martin Provost
Cheba Louisa Fred Françoise Charpiat
Le maillot de bain Stéphane Mathilde Bayle Short film
Aurélia Jade Courtney Edwards Short film
2014 French Women James Gordon Audrey Dana
La clinique du docteur Blanche Emile Blanche Sarah Lévy Television film
2015 Sword of Vengeance Shadow Walker Jim Weedon
Quand je ne dors pas Jérôme Tommy Weber
2016 The Origin of Violence Nathan Wagner Élie Chouraqui
Paula Georges Christian Schwochow
Outlander Count of St. Germain Metin Hüseyin & Douglas Mackinnon 6 Episodes
2017 Pilgrimage Brother Geraldus Brendan Muldowney
Let Me Go Serge Polly Steele Bentonville Film Festival - Best Ensemble
2018 Two Black Coffees The Boss Michael Driscoll Short film
La sainte famille Charles Marion Sarraut Television film
Britannia Lindon Sheree Folkson, Susan Tully, ... Recurring role, 10 episodes

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ per Stanley Weber, conversation 13 July 2018
  2. ^ "Anciens: Les acteurs". Cours Florent (in French). Archived from the original on 5 November 2012. Retrieved 4 February 2013.

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