Ansem Weems / Weber

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Name Ansem "Weber" Weems
Actor Elias Toufexis
Dates June 30, 1983 - 2006 (killed by Andy Gallagher)
Power Mind control
Nursery fire (Birth mother) No
(Adopted mother) No
Episodes 2.05 Simon Said


Ansem is one of the Special Children, who along with his twin brother Andy Gallagher were born to Holly Beckett (now deceased) on June 30, 1983. She gave them up for adoption to different families, and they never met until they were adults. At some undetermined point, Weber was visited by Azazel in his dreams, who told him he had a twin brother and that he (the Demon) had "big plans" for him. Ansem (like his twin) has the power of mind control; unlike his twin, he used this power to kill at least two people. He also has a finer control over his power than Andy. He is able to manipulate others' actions without giving verbal commands.


2.05 Simon Said

Ansem is seen working at the same coffee shop as Tracy when Sam and Dean arrive to question her about the whereabouts of Andy Gallagher. He tells the Winchesters that Andy "kicks ass" and got him backstage at an Aerosmith concert once.

After he becomes jealous that Andy is more interested in Tracy than him, he compels Tracy to tell him the truth about their prior relationship. Weber then drives to a bridge with Tracy in the passenger's seat, and begins to use his ability on her to make her have sex with him. He tells that once he is done with her, she will walk to the edge of the dam, and jump off of it because she can fly. However before he can assault Tracy Sam and Andy arrive, and attempt to subdue by placing duct tape on his mouth. However Ansem has honed his abilities to the point where he can push people with a thought, and has Tracy knock Sam out.

He tells Andy about "the man with the yellow eyes" from his dreams and how he has plans for him and Andy. But when Ansem realized Dean is hiding in the distance with a rifle he begins to push Dean into suicide, but is shot and killed by Andy in preventing any more deaths.