Wil Wheaton Net Worth

How much is Wil Wheaton worth?

Net Worth: $500 Thousand
Date of Birth: Jul 29, 1972 (48 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 Net Worth:
$500 Thousand

Wil Wheaton Net Worth: Wil Wheaton is an American actor and writer who has a net worth of $500 thousand. Wil Wheaton was born in Burbank, California, in 1972 and began acting as a child with his first part coming during the 1981 TV movie “A Long Way Home”. He debuted on the big screen a year later with “The Secret of NIMH” and would continue to act throughout the ’80s with his first big role coming in the 1986 film “Stand by Me”. Wheaton landed a recurring part on “Star Trek: The Next Generation” as Wesley Crusher, which lasted from 1987 to 1990. Wheaton acted in “Toy Soldiers” before he left California to move to Kansas and work as a product tester. He eventually returned to Los Angeles for formal acting training before appearing in a series of independent films. Wheaton won several awards for these roles, including Best Actor for “Jane White Is Sick & Twisted” at the 2002 Melbourne Underground Film Festival. He routinely appears on the hit CBS series “The Big Bang Theory” as himself. Wheaton is the host of “The Wil Wheaton Project” on the SyFy Channel, writes for his own website and is the author of several books, including his memoir, “Dancing Barefoot”. He is an outspoken liberal, a “Dungeons & Dragon” aficionado, and a World Series of Poker player. Wheaton married his wife, Anne Prince, in 1999. He is an avid home beer brewer and Los Angeles Kings fan.

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Inspirational Quotes by Wil Wheaton

Even when I was little, people would always ask me if I wanted to be a movie star, and I would always say, 'No, I just want to be an actor.'

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I was lucky to have been a seven-year-old kid when I saw 'Star Wars.'

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People who don't want to give a creator money are never going to give a creator money.

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I was obsessed with 'Ghostbusters.'

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Paranormal reality shows are some of the best unintentional comedy in the history of recorded entertainment.

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