Wil Wheaton Biography
Wil Wheaton is an actor, blogger, and writer from the United States. He is best known for her roles in Star Trek: The Next Generation, Stand by Me, Toy Soldiers, and Flubber.
How old is Wil Wheaton? – Age
He is 49 years old as of 29 July 2021. He was born in 1972 in Burbank, California, United States. His real name is Richard William Wheaton III.
Wil Wheaton Family
Wheaton was born to actress Debra “Debbie” Nordean (née O’Connor) and medical specialist Richard William Wheaton Jr. He has two siblings, Jeremy and Amy, both of whom appeared uncredited in the Star Trek: The Next Generation episode “When the Bough Breaks.” Wheaton described his father as abusive to him as a child as an adult and his mother as an enabler of that abuse. He also stated that his parents compelled him to pursue a career as an actor.
Who is Wil Wheaton’s Wife? – Marriage
Wheaton married Anne Prince on November 7, 1999, and currently resides in Arcadia, California, with her two sons from a previous relationship. When both sons reached adulthood, they asked Wheaton to legally adopt them, which he did.
How rich is Will Wheaton? – Net Worth
He has an estimated net worth of $1 Million.
Wil Wheaton Star Trek: The Next Generation
He was cast as Beverly Crusher’s son Wesley in the American science fiction television series Star Trek: The Next Generation. Before attending Starfleet Academy, he becomes an acting ensign and later receives a field commission to ensign. Wheaton appeared sporadically as Wesley Crusher for the rest of the series after being a regular for the first four seasons.
Star Trek had a number of story arcs within the larger story, and different episodes frequently contributed to two or more different story or character arcs. Some are exemplified by the aliens with whom the characters interact, such as the Borg and the Cardassians in TNG. Others focus on specific side characters like Q, Ro Laren, or characters projected onto the Holodeck.
Wil Wheaton Rent-A-Pal
He appeared as Andy in the 2020 American thriller film Rent-A-Pal.
David Brower, a middle-aged bachelor in 1990, is looking for a romantic partner while caring for his dementia-ridden mother. He’d been using Video Rendezvous, a video dating service, for six months with no success. He decides to continue watching the tape after watching Rent-A-Pal, virtually conversing with host Andy. David’s mother, Lucille, wandered away from the house, and he couldn’t find her until Lisa assisted him in locating her. When Lisa touches David’s leg, he prematurely ejaculates while Andy appears to be watching David make out with Lisa. After discovering a tape featuring him and a man who resembles his ex-boyfriend Andy, David attempts to murder his mother. He stabs Lucille, who is still on the kitchen floor, at the top of the basement stairwell. David drags himself into the basement and fast-forwards to the end of the Rent-A-Pal tape.
Wil Wheaton Toy Soldiers
He appeared as Joseph “Joey” Trotta in the 1991 American action film Toy Soldiers.
Terrorist Luis Cali has taken over the Palace of Justice in Barranquilla, Colombia, with a team of mercenaries. He demands the release of his drug lord father, Enrique Cali, only to discover that he has already been extradited to the United States. They flee by helicopter and enter the United States through Mexico. Under Billy’s leadership, the students use their expertise in eluding authority to gather tactical information about the occupying forces. Billy re-joins his friends just in time to stop the murder of Gould and four others.
Wil Wheaton Movies
♦ 2020 – Rent-A-Pal
♦ 2014 – Sharknado 2: The Second One
♦ 2014 – Video Games: The Movie
♦ 2010 – Loki and SageKing Go to GenCon
♦ 2009 – Star Trek
♦ 2007 – Americanizing Shelley
♦ 2003 – Book of Days
♦ 2003 – Four Fingers of the Dragon
♦ 2003 – Neverland
♦ 2002 – Jane White Is Sick & Twisted
♦ 2002 – Fish Don’t Blink
Wil Wheaton TV Shows
♦ 2019 – Supergirl
♦ 2017 – Mystery Science Theater 3000
♦ 2017 – Bill Nye Saves the World
♦ 2017 – Whose Line is it Anyway?
♦ 2016 – Powers
♦ 2015–2016 – Dark Matter
♦ 2014 – The Wil Wheaton Project
♦ 2010–2012 – Eureka
♦ 2009–2011 – Leverage
♦ 2009–2019 – The Big Bang Theory
♦ 2008 – Criminal Minds
♦ 2007 – Numb3rs – Miles Sklar
♦ 2005 – CSI: Crime Scene Investigation
♦ 2002 – A&E Biography