Don Wildman

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Don Wildman
Born Don Wildman
(1961-03-21) March 21, 1961 (age 53)
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S.
Residence Los Angeles, California
Occupation Actor, television host, narrator
Years active 1997–present
Spouse(s) Melissa[1]

Don Wildman (born March 27, 1961)[citation needed] is the current host and narrator of Off Limits,[2] Mysteries at the Museum, and Monumental Mysteries[3] on the Travel Channel. He also hosted and narrated Weird Travels that formerly aired on the Travel Channel.

Early life[edit]

Wildman was raised in Pitman, New Jersey and is a 1979 graduate of Westtown School, a Quaker boarding school located in Chester County, Pennsylvania. He also attended Earlham College in Indiana (another Quaker school) and trained as an actor at The Drama Studio in London, England.[4][5]


This list includes both film and television credits.

Year Title Role Notes
1997 Men's Journal Himself/Host TV series
2003 Primetime Glick Sam Hoibins (2001 TV series) Episode: "Chris Elliot"
2003 Weird Travels Himself/Host TV series
2003–2004 Passions Crane Lawyer/Seventies Flashback (1999 TV series) 2 episodes
2006 New York Waiting Michael Film
2007–2008 The Incurables Host TV series
2008–2009 Cities of the Underworld Himself/Host TV series
2011 Off Limits Himself/Host TV series
2010- Mysteries at the Museum Himself/Host TV series
2012 Filthy Cities Himself/Host TV series
2013 Monumental Mysteries Himself/Host TV series


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