Actor Bob Weir appeared in a variety of films over the course of his Hollywood career. In the early stages of his Hollywood career, Weir held acting roles in films like the Jorma Kaukonen documentary "Hot Tuna: 25 Years and Runnin', Live at Sweetwater" (1994). He appeared in a number of television specials, including "That's What Friends Are For" (1989-1990), "VH1 Good News People" (VH1, 1993-94) and "Dead Ahead: The Grateful Dead in Concert" (PBS, 1994-95). He also appeared in "Bruce Hornsby and Friends: An "In the Spotlight" Special" (PBS, 1995-96). In the nineties and the early 2000s, Weir devoted his time to various credits, such as "Celebrity" with Hank Azaria (1998), the Julia Roberts and Richard Gere smash hit "Runaway Bride" (1999) and "Hellhounds on My Trail: The Afterlife of Robert Johnson" (2000). He also worked on "The End of the Road" (2000). Weir's more recent roles included the Les Claypool comedy "National Lampoon Presents Electric Apricot: Quest for Festeroo" (2007), "Wetlands Preserved" (2008) and the documentary "Grateful Dead: Crimson, White & Indigo" (2010) with Jerry Garcia. Weir also contributed music to "The Music Never Stopped" (2011) with Lou Taylor Pucci. Weir most recently appeared on "The Other One: The Long, Strange Trip of Bob Weir" (2015).