Richard William Wheaton III is an American actor, blogger, and writer. Wil Wheaton Family, Parents, Wife, Net Worth and many more read about him on this page.He portrayed Wesley Crusher on Star Trek: The Next Generation, Gordie Lachance in the film Stand by Me, Joey Trotta in Toy Soldiers, and Bennett Hoenicker in Flubber. Wheaton has also had recurring voice roles as Aqualad in Teen Titans, Cosmic Boy in Legion of Super Heroes, and Mike Morningstar/Darkstar in the Ben 10 franchise’s original timeline.
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Wil Wheaton Wiki Bio
|Date Of Birth||29 July 1972|
|Age ( 2022 )||49 years|
|Birthplace||Burbank, California, United States|
|Profession||American actor, blogger, and writer|
|Awards||Audie Award for Short Stories/Collections|
Wil Wheaton Family, Parents
Now we are discussing his parents and Family.Wheaton was born in Burbank, California, on July 29, 1972, to his Parents actress Debra “Debbie” Nordean and medical expert Richard William Wheaton Jr. He has a brother, Jeremy, and a sister, Amy, who both participated in the Star Trek: The Next Generation episode “When the Bough Breaks” but were uncredited. Amy and Wil co-starred in the 1987 film The Curse.
Wil Wheaton Wife and Children
Wheaton married Anne Prince on November 7, 1999,and lives in Arcadia, California, with her and her two sons from a previous relationship.
|Father Name||Debbie Wheaton|
|Mother Name||Richard William Wheaton, Jr.|
|Spouse / Partner||Anne Wheaton (m. 1999)|
|Children||Ryan Wheaton, Nolan Wheaton|
Wil Wheaton Net Worth
In 2023, Wil Wheaton’s estimated Net Worth is between $1 Million and $2 Million. Richard William Wheaton III is an actor in the United States. He earns a fortune through his hard work and talent in acting profession.
|Net Worth||$1 Million – $2 Million|
|Income Source||American actor, blogger, and writer|
|Yearly Salary / Income||Under Review|
|Monthly Salary / Income||Under Review|
|Last Update||March 2022|
Wil Wheaton Career
Wheaton made his television debut in the 1981 film A Long Way Home, starring Timothy Hutton. He voiced Martin in The Secret of NIMH (1982), an animated film based on Robert C. O’Brien’s novel Mrs. Frisby and the Rats of NIMH (1971). Wheaton has also appeared in the films Hambone and Hillie (1983), The Buddy System (1984), and The Last Starfighter (1985).
In the action film Toy Soldiers, Wheaton played Joey Trotta (1991). After leaving Star Trek, he relocated to Topeka, Kansas, to work for NewTek, where he assisted in the development of the Video Toaster 4000, performing product testing and quality control and later serving as a technology evangelist for the product.
Wheaton began his career as a voice actor in animation, video games, and audiobooks when he was 10 years old, playing Martin Brisby in The Secret of NIMH.
Most Notable Roles
Aqualad in the Teen Titans and Teen Titans Go! cartoons, radio journalist Richard Burns in Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, Kyle in the Nickelodeon cartoon Kyle + Rosemary, and himself and various other characters on Family Guy and Seth MacFarlane’s Cavalcade of Cartoon Comedy.
Wheaton has also appeared in Ben 10: Alien Force, Ben 10: Ultimate Alien, and Ben 10: Omniverse as Ted Kord, the second Blue Beetle, on Batman: The Brave and the Bold, as Dr. Peter Meechum in Generator Rex, and as Mike Morningstar / Darkstar in Ben 10: Alien Force, Ben 10: Ultimate Alien, and Ben 10: Omniverse. Wheaton played Yakumo in Kurokami: The Animation, Menma in Naruto, Hans in Slayers Evolution-R, and Aaron Terzieff in Mobile Suit Gundam Unicorn in the anime.
He appeared in a skit on nerdcore rapper MC Frontalot’s 2008 album Final Boss as himself, attempting to be a rapper with only shellfish rhymes. Wheaton later collaborated with Frontalot on “Your Friend Wil”, a track from the 2010 album Zero Day on the subject of what Wheaton calls “Wheaton’s law”: “don’t be a dick”.
Best Selling Books
Wheaton has narrated a number of bestselling audiobooks, mostly in the science-fiction and fantasy genres, including Ready Player One by Ernest Cline (Wheaton also exists in the novel’s universe, described as being joint President, along with Cory Doctorow, of the OASIS User Council in the virtual world that serves as the setting for much of the book) and its sequel Ready Player Two, Armada, also by Cline, Redshirts by John Scalzi, Fuzzy Nation by Scal.