Tyler Lansing Weaks

Tyler Lansing Weaks made his Broadway debut in Macbeth directed by Jack O’Brien. Some of his other New York performances include Take Ten (Theatre Row), Over the Horizon (MCC Theater), and Nature’s Trace (Planet Connections Theatre Festivity). Regionally he has starred in shows including the world premiere of Sparrowgrass (Trinity Repertory Company), Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike (The Old Globe), and as Ken Talley in Fifth of July and Peter Patrone in The Heidi Chronicles (Princeton Summer Theater). Some of his other favorite past roles are Horatio in Hamlet, Slim in Cowboy Mouth, Demetrius in A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Christy Mahon in The Playboy of the Western World, and Frankie Epps in Parade. He has also appeared on television in “The Good Wife” and as Scott in the pilot “Scott Free.” He is a graduate of Brown University/Trinity Repertory Company’s MFA Program.

Updated December 2014