The American stage actress recognized for her advocacies in promoting female empowerment, voting rights, and gun control laws.
November 6, 1988
Boston, Massachusetts, United States
Barrett Weed earned her newfound fame as a stage actress when she portrayed the role of Janis Sarkisian in the Broadway adaptation of ‘Mean Girls’ (2017-2020). In 2013, Weed first tasted success when she starred as Veronica Sawyer in the musical adaptation of ‘Heathers: The Musical’ (2013-2014) in Los Angeles and New York. The then-up-and-coming stage actress earned Lucille Lortel Award and Drama Desk Award nominations for her exemplary performance.
The Boston-born actress left everything and moved to Los Angeles when she got the role in ‘Heathers: The Musical’ (2013-2014).