Who is Weston Cage?

American actor and singer Weston Coppola Cage was born in Los Angeles, California USA on 26 December 1990, making Capricorn his zodiac sign. He has 24 acting credits and is perhaps known best for performing the song “Drive Angry” in the 2011 action fantasy comedy movie “Drive Angry”, which starred Amber Heard and Nicolas Cage, and was written and directed by Patrick Lussier. It follows a vengeful father who’s after the men who’ve kidnapped his granddaughter and murdered his daughter, and the movie won one of its seven award nominations.

Weston’s also known for being a son of famous American actor Nicolas Kim Coppola, known better as Nicolas Cage and who has 116 acting credits and has won 61 of his 167 award nominations, including a 1996 Oscar win for Best Actor in a Leading Role, for “Leaving Las Vegas”.

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Education and early life

Weston was raised in Los Angeles as an only child, by his father Nicolas and mother Christina Fulton, who’s an American actress; his parents didn’t marry, and Weston has two younger paternal half-siblings from his father’s third marriage with Alice Kim (Kal-El, born on 3 October 2005), and fifth marriage with Riko Shibata (August Francesca, born on 7 September 2022).

Weston fell in love with music at a very early age, and was 14 when he founded the black metal band Eyes of Noctum; he launched his acting career in the following year, playing Vladimir in the critically acclaimed crime movie “Lord of War”, which starred his father Nicolas and Ethan Hawke, and was written and directed by Andrew Niccol. It follows an arms dealer who’s being chased by an INTERPOL agent, and the film won two of its five award nominations.

Weston then focused on his education, and had no other roles in the following five years. He studied at a local high school in Los Angeles and upon matriculating in 2008 chose to focus on his career, and didn’t enroll at college.

Roles in movies

Weston played Thorean in the 2010 horror thriller “Raven”, and the year 2014 saw him portray Young Paul in the popular action thriller “Rage”, which starred his father Nicolas and Rachel Nichols, and was directed by Paco Cabezas. It follows a reformed criminal who’s rounded up his old crew now that his daughter’s been kidnapped, and the film was nominated for a 2015 ASECAN Award for Best Director.

Some of Weston’s following roles were in the 2014 crime drama “As Night Comes”, the 2015 comedy “Deet ‘n Bax Save Th World”, and the 2017 horror “Circus Kane”. In 2018, he played Luke in the action thriller “211”, which again starred his father, and was written and directed by York Alec Shackleton; it follows an aging police officer as he’s trying to stop a band of former mercenaries from robbing a bank.

Weston could then have been seen playing supporting characters in the 2019 historical action “D-Day: Battle of Omaha Beach”, the 2019 horror thriller “Get Gone”, and the 2021 action thriller “Assault on VA-33”.

He’s appeared in only two other movies, playing Hells Angel in the 2021 biographical comedy “Fear and Loathing in Aspen” and Paulie in the 2023 action thriller “Mojave Diamonds”; he’s currently shooting for nine upcoming films, which include “The Night They Came Home”, “Way Out Here” and “Darkness of Man”.

Roles in TV series

Weston’s had roles in only three TV series. He appeared in the 2015 episode “Wes Cage” of the musical “The Vinnie Langdon Show”, and the following year saw him play Max in the episode “Is It Really What It Appears to Be?” of the action crime thriller “Undercover”.

In 2018, Weston played Walker in the episode “Outside the Lines” of the crime action “NCIS: Los Angeles”, which starred Daniela Ruah and Chris O’Donnell, and was created by Shane Brennan. It follows agents Sam Hanna and G. Callen who are working for the Naval Criminal Investigation Service, the series aired from 2009 through 2023, and won 19 of its 43 award nominations.

Other credits

Weston produced the 2015 comedy movie “Deet ‘n Bax Save Th World” and the 2021 biographical comedy film “Fear and Loathing in Aspen”.

He’s recently made a guest appearance in the talk-show “NNG Hollywood”.

Awards and nominations

Weston was nominated for a 2019 Action on Film International Film Festival Award for Best Villain Short or Feature, for his performance in “Get Gone”.

Music career

Weston and his black metal band Eyes of Noctum were active from 2008 through 2012, and during that time released only a single album: “Inceptum” in 2009.

He formed his new black metal band Arsh Anubis in 2011, and their demo album “Anubis’ Army Guided by Hades” came out in 2012; their debut full-length album “Netherworld Oracles” followed in 2015, but the band’s since been inactive.

Weston released his debut solo single “Tell Me Why (Matriarch of Misery)” in 2014, and his debut studio album “Prehistoric Technology” followed in 2015.

Love life and wives

Weston’s married thrice. His first wife was South African singer-songwriter Nikki Williams; they married on 24 April 2011, but divorced in November of the following year.

Weston’s second wife was non-celebrity American Danielle Cage. The two exchanged vows on 11 November 2013 and she gave birth to their son Lucian Augustus Coppola Cage in 2014; their second son Sorin Reid Coppola Cage followed in 2016, but Weston and Danielle’s divorce was finalized in the same year.

He’s been married to his third wife Hila Aronian since 28 April 2018, and she gave birth to their twins Venice Zohar Coppola Cage and Cyress Zara Coppola Cage in 2020.

There are no other women whom Weston’s perhaps been with, that we know about; he’s married to his third wife Hila Aronian as of July 2023 and they have two children together, while he also has two sons with his second wife Danielle Cage.

Interesting facts and hobbies

Weston was granted a restraining order against his mother Christina in July 2020, stating that she had caused his family ‘distress for months’.

Prior to marrying his third wife, Weston converted to Judaism.

He’s a fan of tattoos, and has numerous inked onto various parts of his body.

Nearly 50,000 people are following Weston on Instagram today, and he’s posted close to 200 pictures and videos onto the network; most of these show him shooting for his movies and TV series, spending time with his wife and singing.

Weston was passionate about martial arts while growing up.

He likes to play video games in his spare time, with “Fortnite” being his favorite.

One of Weston’s favorite actors is Arnold Schwarzenegger, and some of his favorite movies include “The Last Stand”, “Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines”, and “Terminator Genisys”.

Height, eyes and wealth

Weston’s age is 32. He has blue eyes and brown hair, is 6ft 4in (1.93m) tall and weighs around 220lbs (100kgs).

Weston’s net worth’s been estimated at over $100,000 as of July 2023, and his father Nicolas’ at over $25 million.

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