As an actor, producer, and--most notably--a professional aerialist, Dreya Weber isn't exactly your typical Hollywood type. Her first major acting role came in the 1996 college reunion drama "Everything Relative," and she later earned a three-episode stint on the 1999-2000 season of crime-drama "The Practice." As far as acting is concerned, Weber never seemed to be in any rush to build her resume or "make it big." In fact, most of her early roles in the 2000s were in underground short films. In 2006, she helped produce the romantic sports-drama "The Gymnast"--and she also starred in the film as well as providing choreography for the various aerial scenes. While pursuing her acting career as opportunities popped up, Weber also found loads of gigs as an aerial choreographer, working on various TV movies, tour documentaries, and video releases for pop icons like Cher, Christina Aguilera, and Pink (as well as the latter's performance at the 2010 Grammy Awards). Weber worked another passion project in 2010--producing and starring in the "Don't Ask Don't Tell" military drama "A Marine Story." And the following year, she found her highest profile acting role to date with a side role in the hugely popular traveling circus drama "Water for Elephants."