Darian Weiss

Biography: Darian Weiss is a young veteran of more than 50 films and stage performances. At six months old, Weiss' light baby blue eyes and charm earned him the role of the Carnation Baby.
Weiss grew up mastering many talents. He won his first World Competition Ice Skating trophy at age three and followed one year later with his second in Boston. On-camera, CBS-TV's "Snowden on Ice" later paired him with Olympics gold medalist Scott Hamilton.
Weiss since has shot numerous feature films including "Better Luck Tomorrow" for MTV/Paramount and Lifeline Entertainment's "Return to Innocence" directed by Rocky Costanzo. Costanzo, impressed with Weiss rehired him in 2004 for the feature "11:11." Weiss' short films have received much critical acclaim: "Better Luck Tomorrow" (Sundance winner), "Little Ricky" (the only child nominated for a New York Film Festival Best Actor in 2003) and "Adopting Change" (2004 International Film Festival). Weiss, best-known for
Darian Weiss is a young veteran of more than 50 films and stage performances. At six months old, Weiss' light baby blue eyes and charm earned him the role of the Carnation Baby.
Weiss grew up mastering many talents. He won his first World Competition Ice Skating trophy at age three and followed one year later with his second in Boston. On-camera, CBS-TV's "Snowden on Ice" later paired him with Olympics gold medalist Scott Hamilton.
Weiss since has shot numerous feature films including "Better Luck Tomorrow" for MTV/Paramount and Lifeline Entertainment's "Return to Innocence" directed by Rocky Costanzo. Costanzo, impressed with Weiss rehired him in 2004 for the feature "11:11."
Weiss' short films have received much critical acclaim: "Better Luck Tomorrow" (Sundance winner), "Little Ricky" (the only child nominated for a New York Film Festival Best Actor in 2003) and "Adopting Change" (2004 International Film Festival).
Weiss, best-known for recurring as devious Will on NBC's "Days of Our Lives" once guest starred with Al Pacino on Fox's "Mad TV" and acted in numerous other episodics.
On-stage, Weiss shared the Hollywood Kodak Theater stage with Val Kilmer for "The Ten Commandments," portrayed Peter in the Hollywood Bowl production of "Mame" and was mentored by Ray Bradbury when he played Robert in "Something Wicked This Way Comes" among his multiple other theatre credits.
On the ice, Weiss has skated with Tara Lipinski, Tai Babilonia, Kristi Yamaguchi, Ekatarina Gordaeeva and even "The Muppets."
In early 2005, Weiss earned a lead role in the feature film production "Miracle at Sage Creek" for which he learned how to horseback ride on a professional level.

In 2006, Darian Was hired by CBS to play two guest roles on the hit TV Shows, Numb3rs and without a trace.
Weiss currently lives in his San Fernando Valley, California home and hopes to eventually become a director. He is 14
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tbd Days of our Lives: Season 38 Nov 8, 2002 Will Roberts tbd
tbd Days of our Lives: Season 37 Nov 8, 2001 Will Roberts tbd
tbd Days of our Lives: Season 36 Nov 8, 2000 Will Roberts tbd