Wil Wheaton Net Worth

Wil Wheaton Net Worth $2 Million. Wil Wheaton He is an American actor, voice actor, author, and blogger who is well known for his unique talent in the film industry. His full name is Richard William Wheaton III and is famous for his role in the television series ‘Star Trek.’ He has been featured in other films like ‘Flubber,’ and ‘Toy Soldiers,’ and many others.

Wil Wheaton Net Worth
Wil Wheaton Net Worth

Wil Wheaton Biography

Name/Nick Name: Wil Wheaton
Real Name/Birth Name: Richard William Wheaton III
Gender: Male
Age: 49 years old
Birth Date/Birthday: 29 July 1972
Birth Place: Burbank, California, United States
Nationality: American
Ethnicity: American
Height/How Tall: 1.8 m
Weight: 75 kg
Sexual Orientation: Straight
Marital Status: Married
Wife/Spouse (Name): Anne Wheaton (m. 1999)
Children: Ryan Wheaton, Nolan Wheaton
Dating/Girlfriend (Name): N/A
Is Wil Wheaton Gay? (Name of Partner): No
Does he have tattoos?: No
Smoking: No
Drinking: Yes
Profession: Actor, blogger, and writer
Net Worth in 2022: $2 million
Last Updated: April 2022

Wil Wheaton Net Worth

Net Worth: $2 Million
Date of Birth: Jul 29, 1972 (49 years old)
Gender: Male
Height: 5 ft 10 in (1.8 m)
Profession: Writer, Actor, Television producer, Voice Actor, Screenwriter
Nationality: United States of America


Wil Wheaton is an American actor and writer who has a net worth of $1 million. Wheaton has more than 130 acting credits to his name and began acting as a child, with his first part coming in the 1981 TV movie “A Long Way Home.” He debuted on the big screen a year later with the animated film “The Secret of NIMH” and would continue to act throughout the ’80s, landing his first big role in the 1986 film “Stand by Me.” Wil had a recurring role as Wesley Crusher on “Star Trek: The Next Generation” from 1987 to 1990, and he routinely appeared on the hit CBS series “The Big Bang Theory” (2009–2019) as himself. Wheaton co-created and hosted the web series “TableTop” (2012–2017), and he hosted “The Wil Wheaton Project” on the SYFY channel in 2014. He began hosting “The Ready Room,” a “Star Trek” aftershow, on Facebook Live in 2020. Wil writes for his own website and is the author of more than a dozen books, including “Dancing Barefoot” (2004), “Just a Geek” (2004), and “Dead Trees Give No Shelter” (2017).

Wil Wheaton Early Life

Wheaton was born in the year 1972 on July 29 in California. His parents are Debra Nordean, an actor and Richard William Wheaton Jr., a medical specialist. He has a sister and a brother who also had roles in the series ‘Star Trek.’ Wil Wheaton graduated from the University of California.

Wil Wheaton Personal Life

In November 1999, Wil Wheaton got married to Anne Prince. The family currently resides in Arcadia, California, along with Prince’s two children from her previous relationship. He has legally adopted her children. He is a liberal and has criticized the plan of George W. Bush. He supports the Electronic Frontier Foundation. He is a major fan of the ice hockey team Los Angeles Kings. He is also an avid fan of the Los Angeles Kings. Wheaton is known to have chronic depression and anxiety disorder.

Wil Wheaton Age, Height, Weight

Wil Wheaton’s age is 49 years old as of today’s date 16th April 2022 having been born on 29 July 1972. Though, he is 1.8 m tall, he weighs about 75 kg.

Wil Wheaton Affair, Girlfriends, Wife, Kids

Wheaton is an excellent fan of Ice hockey, and he often is seen at the Staples Center when the Los Angeles Kings are playing. He also supports mental health NGO to create awareness for the conditions since he suffered from anxiety disorders and chronic depression.

In 1999, he married his girlfriend, Anne Prince. The family lives in Arcadia together with other two sons that Prince had from her previous relationship. He is known to be a decent and cheerful person who dislikes controversies.

Wil Wheaton Awards and Nominations

Wheaton has been nominated for five Young Artist Awards, sharing the Jackie Coogan Award with his “Stand by Me” castmates in 1987 and winning Best Young Actor in a Family Syndicated Show for “Star Trek: The Next Generation” in 1989. He was named Best Actor for “Jane White Is Sick & Twisted” at the 2002 Melbourne Underground Film Festival, and he shared an International Academy of Web Television Award for Best Hosted Series (Pre-Recorded) with “TableTop” co-producers Sheri Bryant and Felicia Day in 2014. “The Big Bang Theory” won a Merit – Honorary Award at the 2020 CinEuphoria Awards, and Wil was nominated for a Streamy Award for Best Guest Star in a Web Series for “The Guild” in 2010 and a Sunset Film Circle Award for Scene Stealer for “Rent-a-Pal” in 2020. In 2017, an asteroid was named 391257 Wilwheaton in his honor.

Wil Wheaton Career

In the 1980s, Wil appeared in several television films, including “13 Thirteenth Avenue” (1983), “The Defiant Ones” (1986), and “The Man Who Fell to Earth” (1987). In 1986, he co-starred with River Phoenix, Corey Feldman, and Jerry O’Connell in “Stand by Me,” which was directed by Rob Reiner and based on a Stephen King novella called “The Body.” After “Stand by Me,” Wheaton appeared in the films “The Curse” (1987) and “She’s Having a Baby” (1988) and guest-starred on “Family Ties” (1987), and he began playing Wesley Crusher on “Star Trek: The Next Generation” in 1987. Wil appeared in 85 episodes of the series, and after leaving the show, he starred in the 1991 film “Toy Soldiers,” then moved from California to Topeka, Kansas, where he worked for the software company NewTek and did quality control and product testing on the Video Toaster 4000. After his stint with NewTek, Wheaton moved back to L.A. and spent five years in acting school. In the 1990s, he appeared in films such as “The Liars’ Club” (1993), “Pie in the Sky” (1996), and “Flubber” (1997) and guest-starred on “Tales from the Crypt” (1993), “The Outer Limits” (1996), and “Diagnosis: Murder” (1998).

In 2002, Wil narrated an “A&E Biography” about his former co-star River Phoenix, and he then guest-starred on “CSI: Crime Scene Investigation” (2005), “Numb3rs” (2007), and “Criminal Minds” (2009) and appeared in the films “Jane White Is Sick & Twisted” (2002), “Neverland” (2003), and J. J. Abrams’ 2009 “Star Trek” film. Beginning in 2009, he played Colin Mason on three episodes of the TNT series “Leverage” and Fawkes on 16 episodes of the web series “The Guild,” and he portrayed Dr. Isaac Parrish on the Sci-Fi Channel’s “Eureka” from 2010 to 2012. Wheaton guest-starred on “Dark Matter” in 2015 and 2016, “Powers” in 2016, and “Supergirl” in 2019, and he starred in the thriller “Rent-A-Pal” in 2020. Wil has lent his voice to numerous animated projects, including “Teen Titans” (2003–2005), “Ben 10: Alien Force” (2008–2009), and “Stretch Armstrong and the Flex Fighters” (2017–2018), and he has narrated more than 50 audiobooks, such as Ernest Cline’s “Ready Player One” (2011) and John Scalzi’s “Redshirts” (2012). He has also done voice acting in several video games in the “Grand Theft Auto” and “Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon” series as well as “Fallout: New Vegas” (2010) and “DC Universe Online” (2011).

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