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MICHAEL WESTON (Izzy) reteams Zach Braff after teaming with the actor on "Getting to Know You” and Braff's critcially acclaimed debut as a writer-director, "Garden State.”

Weston most recently appeared as Enos in Warner Brothers' "The Dukes of Hazzard” opposite Johnny Knoxville, Seann William Scott and Jessica Simpson. He will be seen later this year starring opposite Jason Biggs and Isla Fisher in "The Pleasure of Your Company,” directed by "The State's” Michael Ian Black. Weston will also star in the independent film "Looking for Sunday,” directed by Mark Piznarski.

Weston's other feature film credits include "Hart's War,” "Lucky Numbers,” "Coyote Ugly,” "Cherry Falls,” and "Sally.”

Weston is best known for his highly praised guest starring appearances as Jake in several episodes of the acclaimed HBO series "Six Feet Under.” Weston's other television credits include the CBS telefilm "Helter Skelter,” as well as episodes of the TV series "Saved,” "ER,” "Monk,” "Frasier,” and "Night Man.”

On stage, Weston has appeared in "Waverly Gallery” at the Pasadena Playhouse, the off-Broadway production of "Snakebit,” "The Deep Blue Sea” at New York's Roundabout Theatre, and four plays at Williamstown, including productions of "The Matchmaker,” "Johnny on a Spot,” "Misha's Party” and "Dead End.”

Born and raised in New York City, Weston is a graduate of Northwestern University. His father is the actor John Rubinstein; his grandfather is the late legendary classical pianist Arthur Rubinstein.

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