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Richard William Wheaton III (born July 29, 1972), better known by his stage name Wil Wheaton, is an American actor, blogger, and writer. He portrayed Wesley Crusher on the television series Star Trek: The Next Generation, Gordie Lachance in the film Stand by Me, Joey Trotta in Toy Soldiers and Bennett Hoenicker in Flubber.

Where The Wheaton Was Born?

Wheaton was born in Burbank, California, to Debra Nordean “Debbie” (née O’Connor), an actress, and Richard William Wheaton, Jr., a medical specialist. He has a brother, Jeremy, and a sister, Amy. Both appeared uncredited in the episode “When Jeremy Comes to Town” on Amazing Stories. Amy also guest-starred on Star Trek: Voyager episode “Bliss” as the voice of a controlling computer simulation in the episode.

Here’s The Wheaton’s Career Journey Begins

Wheaton’s first acting role was playing a bully in an episode of the television series Family Ties in 1986. His first starring role was in the television series The New Lassie (1989) playing Chris Peterson. In 1987, he appeared in the television special Teen Wolf Too, playing Scott Howard, Teen Wolf’s cousin. He guest-starred in the television series St. Elsewhere, playing Tommy in the episode “Into the Darkness” in 1988. In 1990, Wheaton played Joey Trotta in the action film Toy Soldiers.

In 1992, he appeared in the television series Star Trek: The Next Generation, playing Wesley Crusher in 46 episodes until leaving the series in 1994. In 1988, Wheaton guest-starred in an episode of the television series 21 Jump Street. In 1993, he co-starred in the television series seaQuest DSV, playing Lucas Wolenczak, in 46 episodes until the series ended in 1996.

In 1994, he guest-starred in two episodes of Legend. In 1995, he played Barney, a young man with Tourette’s syndrome in the television movie A Time to Heal. In 1996, he guest-starred in the television series The Outer Limits, playing Alan Sparks in the episode “I Hear You Calling”. In 1997, he starred in the television series The Legend of the Rangers.

In 1998, he played Gordie Lachance in the film Stand by Me, based on the novella The Body by Stephen King. In 1999, Wheaton was cast as a series regular in the television series Meego, playing Meego’s human friend Josh. The series was short-lived, airing for only six episodes.

In 2000, Wheaton guest-starred in an episode of the television series The X-Files, playing a man with severe burns. In 2001, he guest-starred in the television series Off Centre, playing a character who is cryogenically frozen. In 2003, Wheaton guest-starred in two episodes of the television series Enterprise, playing a Vulcan named T’Mir in the episodes “Breaking the Ice” and “Proving Ground”.

In 2004, Wheaton guest-starred in an episode of the animated television series Justice League Unlimited, playing himself. In 2005, he guest-starred in an episode of the television series Numb3rs, playing a photographer. In 2006, he guest-starred in an episode of the television series Criminal Minds, playing a pedophile.

In 2007, Wheaton guest-starred in an episode of the television series Bones, playing a victim of grave robbers. In 2008, he guest-starred in an episode of the television series Psych, playing a blogger. In 2009, Wheaton guest-starred in an episode of the television series Leverage, playing a hostage negotiator.

In 2010, Wheaton guest-starred in an episode of the television series The Big Bang Theory, playing himself. In 2011, he guest-starred in an episode of the television series Eureka, playing a scientist. In 2012, he guest-starred in an episode of the television series The Guild, playing a celebrity. In 2013, he guest-starred in an episode of the television series The Wil Wheaton Project, playing himself. In 2014, he guest-starred in an episode of the television series Elementary, playing a killer.

Wheaton has appeared in several web series. In 2006, he appeared in the web series The Guild as Fawkes, the guild’s leader. In 2007, he appeared in the web series Geek & Sundry as a host and producer. In 2008, he appeared in the web series Tabletop as a host.

Wheaton has also appeared in several films. In 1989, he played Steve in the film Last Train Home. In 1992, he played Alexander in the film The Secret of My Succe$s. In 1994, he played Tommy Jarvis in the film A Nightmare on Elm Street 5: The Dream Child. In 1999, he played himself in the film Galaxy Quest. In 2000, he played Mikey in the film Dungeons & Dragons. In 2001, he played Seth in the film Joe Dirt. In 2003, he played Ryan in the film The Last Starfighter. In 2006, he played Alan White in the film The Darwin Awards. In 2007, he played Frank in the film Smiley Face. In 2009, he played Curtis in the film The Dark Knight. In 2010, he played Walter in the film The Last Airbender. In 2012, he played Martin in the film The Cabin in the Woods. In 2013, he played Zachary in the film The Kings of Summer. In 2014, he played Dr. Isaac Parrish in the film The Maze Runner.

Wheaton has written several books. In 1999, he co-wrote the book The Wesley Crusher Adventure with co-author Eric Goldberg. In 2000, he wrote the book Just a Geek: Unflinchingly honest tales of the search for life, love, and fulfillment beyond the Starship Enterprise. In 2002, he wrote the book Dancing Barefoot: The Wil Wheaton Story. In 2003, he wrote the book Memories of the Future: Volume 1. In 2004, he wrote the book Memories of the Future: Volume 2. In 2005, he wrote the book Memories of the Future: Volume 3. In 2007, he wrote the book The Happiest Days of Our Lives. In 2009, he wrote the book The Last Best Thing.

Wheaton has also written for several magazines and websites. In 2007, he became a regular contributor to the technology website Slashdot. In 2011, he became a regular contributor to the website GeekDad. In 2012, he became a regular contributor to the website Wired. In 2014, he became a regular contributor to the website Medium.

Wheaton has also been a voice actor. In 2000, he voiced Aqualad in the animated television series Young Justice. In 2002, he voiced Aquaman in the animated television series Justice League. In 2006, he voiced Aquaman in the direct-to-video film Justice League: The New Frontier. In 2010, he voiced himself in the animated television series The Penguins of

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