Weston Chandler Long
WESTON CHANDLER LONG was born and raised in Connecticut and currently resides in New York City. Weston has been a performer for almost all of his life, acting in his first production after a brief, doomed attempt playing soccer at age five. For as long as he has been an actor, he has been a puppeteer as well. He has been personally mentored in puppetry since age five by dear friend and Sesame Street legend Caroll Spinney and has received formal training in the craft from puppetry greats John Tartaglia, Matt Vogel, Martin P. Robinson, and Peter Linz.
Weston’s favorite credits to date include Princeton and Rod in Avenue Q (Playhouse on Park, BWW Award/CT Critics Circle Award nom.), originating the role of Ronnie in Reusable the Musical and its subsequent production Take the Plunge with John Tartaglia Productions, Tank in John Tartaglia’s ImaginOcean (national tour), and The Artist and a puppeteer in the Drama Desk-nominated production of The Very Hungry Caterpillar Show (Off-Broadway).
Weston is a proud member of Actor’s Equity Association. He is a lifelong fan of Saturday Night Live, dog enthusiast, middle child, vertically-enhanced individual, sitcom junkie, and frequent baker.