Michael Weaver has long been associated with the comedy troupe Broken Lizard, scoring three supporting roles in their broad and bawdy movies, including 2002's cult classic, "Super Troopers. " However, Weaver has actually appeared in an array of movies and television programs, and even recorded an album with his rock band, The New Black. In fact, it was at a gig in Vancouver that an agent suggested that Weaver pursue acting. After taking some classes, Weaver landed his first job--a scene with acting legend Jack Lemmon in the TV movie "The Long Way Home." Then he really committed to the craft, studying acting full-time in New York, appearing in off-Broadway fare, and landing guest roles on shows like "Law & Order." After moving to Los Angeles, he secured a recurring part on the down-home drama "Providence" and regular roles on the short-lived sitcoms "The Mullets" and "Notes from the Underbelly." However, being tight with Broken Lizard does have benefits. In 2005, thanks to impressing his "Club Dread" co-star and sometimes director Bill Paxton, Weaver earned a role in the golf biopic "The Greatest Game Ever Played." A few years later, he sold a television show to Warner Bros. with the comedy quintet.