Barrett Wilbert Weed is an American stage actor and singer who rose to prominence after playing 'Veronica Sawyer' in the ‘Off-Broadway’ play 'Heathers: The Musical' and 'Janis Sarkisian' in the ‘Broadway’ play 'Mean Girls.' A fine arts graduate from 'Elon University,' she began her career in 2011 and has recently made an appearance in an episode of an 'HBO' show. Weed has also appeared on the late-night talk shows 'The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon' and 'Saturday Night Live.' She delivered a remarkable performance as 'Sally Bowles' in the adapted play 'Cabaret,' for which she received a 'Helen Hayes' award. She subsequently went on to win several awards for her performance in 'Mean Girls.' Weed is a philanthropist, too, and has been associated with various causes.