Wheaton in May 2011.
|Born||Richard William Wheaton III
July 29, 1972
Burbank, California, U.S.
|Spouse(s)||Anne Prince (m. 1999)|
|Children||One stepson, and one adopted stepson|
Richard William "Wil" Wheaton III (born July 29, 1972) is an American actor 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 a recurring role as a fictionalized version of himself on the sitcom The Big Bang Theory. He blogs at Wil Wheaton Dot Net and has written WWdN: In Exile.
Early life 
Wheaton was born in Burbank, California, to 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 the Bough Breaks" of Star Trek: The Next Generation.
Wheaton made his acting debut in the 1981 television film A Long Way Home, and his first cinema role was as Martin Brisby in the 1982 animated film The Secret of NIMH, the movie adaptation of Robert C. O'Brien's Mrs. Frisby and the Rats of NIMH. He had a minor role in the 1984 movie The Last Starfighter as Louis' friend but it was cut out. He first gained widespread attention in 1986 as Gordie Lachance in Stand by Me, the film adaptation of Stephen King's The Body.
Star Trek 
From 1987 to 1990, he played Wesley Crusher in the first four seasons of Star Trek: The Next Generation. This became a recurring role later in the series. Although his Star Trek character, and by extension Wheaton himself, was disliked by a vocal group of Trekkies during TNG's first run, he commented about his critics in an interview for WebTalk Radio:
Later, I determined that the people who were really, really cruel – like the Usenet weenies – really are a statistically insignificant number of people. And I know, just over the years from people who've e-mailed me at my web site and people who I've talked to since I started going to Star Trek conventions again in the last five years, that there are so many more people who really enjoyed everything about the show, including my performance, including the character.
Wheaton's popularity among Star Trek fandom is covered in a number of web comics. ArcaneTimes of March 25, 2005 offers a sympathetic position. Something Positive presents a range of opinions as part of the storyline Mike's Kid. Abstruse Goose tries to distinguish between the character and the actor.
Post-Star Trek 
In 1991, he played Joey Trotta in the action film Toy Soldiers. After leaving Star Trek, Wheaton moved to Topeka, Kansas, to work for NewTek, where he helped to develop the Video Toaster 4000, doing product testing and quality control. He later used his public profile to serve as a technology evangelist for the product. Wheaton said this was a period of growth in his life, and living away from Los Angeles helped him deal with anger issues. He came back to Los Angeles, attended acting school for five years, then re-entered the acting world. In the late 1990s, Wheaton appeared in several independent films, including the award-winning The Good Things, in which he portrays a frustrated Kansas tollbooth worker; it was selected Best Short Film at the 2002 Deauville Film Festival. He received the Best Actor award at the 2002 Melbourne Underground Film Festival for his performance in Jane White Is Sick & Twisted.
Voice work 
He has worked as a voice actor in cartoons, video games, audiobooks, and anime, beginning with the role of young Martin Brisby in The Secret of NIMH at age 10. His most noteworthy credits include the roles of Aqualad in the cartoon Teen Titans, the voice of radio journalist Richard Burns in Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, Kyle in the Nickelodeon cartoon, Kyle + Rosemary, himself and various other characters on both Family Guy and Seth MacFarlane's Cavalcade of Cartoon Comedy, the second Blue Beetle, Ted Kord, on Batman: The Brave and the Bold in the episode "Fall of the Blue Beetle!", Yakumo in Kurokami: The Animation, Menma in Naruto, Hans in Slayers Evolution-R and Aaron Terzieff in Mobile Suit Gundam Unicorn. He appeared as himself in a skit on nerdcore rapper MC Frontalot's 2008 album Final Boss attempting to be a rapper, whose rhymes only involved shellfish. He later collaborated with Frontalot on "Your Friend Wil", a track from the 2010 album Zero Day on the subject of Wheaton's Law.[clarification needed] Wheaton and Frontalot have both appeared at the Penny Arcade Expo (PAX). Wheaton has also narrated a number of bestselling audiobooks, mostly in the science-fiction and fantasy category, including Ready Player One by Ernest Cline, Redshirts by John Scalzi, and books 6–10 of the Chronicles of Amber series by Roger Zelazny.
TV and web series guest appearances 
He was a contestant on a 2001 episode of The Weakest Link featuring Star Trek actors attempting to win money for charity. Wheaton's had guest appearances on the November 23, 2007 episode of the TV series Numb3rs, and the October 22, 2008 episode of the series Criminal Minds. He has also appeared in Internet presentations, including a cameo in a comedy sketch ("Lock Out") for LoadingReadyRun  (and a reprise of the same the following year in CommodoreHustle 4), and the May 30, 2008 episode of the Internet series Gorgeous Tiny Chicken Machine Show. Wheaton appears in seasons three, four and five of the web series The Guild as Fawkes, the leader for a rival guild known as Axis of Anarchy. He also appears in seasons two, three and four of the TV series Leverage, as rival computer hacker Colin "Chaos" Mason, antagonist to Leverage team hacker Alec Hardison.
He appeared in "The Creepy Candy Coating Corollary" (2009), the fifth episode of the third season of the situation comedy The Big Bang Theory, playing a fictionalized version of himself, as the focus of The Big Bang Theory character Sheldon Cooper's ire for not having attended a Star Trek convention at which his appearance was scheduled. He later appeared on the show in episodes "The Wheaton Recurrence", which involves a bout at a bowling alley, and "The 21-Second Excitation" at a screening of Raiders of the Lost Ark. Wheaton returned in Season Five of The Big Bang Theory in the episode "The Russian Rocket Reaction". In it, The Big Bang Theory character Leonard Hofstadter gets invited to Wheaton's house-party, provoking Sheldon's anger. However, his conflict with Wheaton is brought to an end when Sheldon turns up to the party and Wheaton gives him a signed Wesley Crusher action figure which Brent Spiner opens, causing Sheldon to put Spiner on his list of "Mortal Enemies". He also makes an appearance in the episode "The Stag Convergence" as a guest at The Big Bang Theory character Howard Wolowitz's bachelor party. In season six of The Big Bang Theory, the Wheaton character agrees to appear in an episode of 'Sheldon Cooper Presents: Fun with Flags', and insults Sheldon's girlfriend Amy. While dealing with this dilemma Sheldon unwittingly becomes drunk and tries to start a fist-fight with Wheaton's character.
Live shows 
Wheaton has performed improvisational and sketch comedy at the ACME Comedy Theater in Hollywood. He has a traveling sketch comedy/improv troupe called "EarnestBorg9" that performs science fiction-related comedy at conventions. Wheaton is one of the three headline acts of the w00tstock shows, appearing in nearly all of them when his filming schedule has allowed.
From September 2006 to September 2007, he hosted a Revision3 syndicated video podcast called InDigital along with Jessica Corbin and veteran host Hahn Choi. Wheaton hosted a NASA video on the Mars Curiosity rover which landed on Monday August 6, 2012.
Wheaton runs his own weblog, Wil Wheaton Dot Net. Between 2001 and fall 2004, he operated a message board, known as "The Soapbox" or "Paracosm", as part of the blog site. Two collections of writings taken from postings to the message board have been published, titled Boxer Shorts (ISBN 1-932461-00-0) and Boxer Shorts Redux (ISBN 1-932461-03-5). He contributes regularly to the Los Angeles-based Metroblogging site. In June 2005, he became that month's featured Tech writer for the SuicideGirls Newswire. He had a monthly column, entitled "Wil Save," in the Dungeons & Dragons-based magazine Dungeon; in May 2005, he ceased writing it. From January 2005 to October 2006, he wrote a column for The Onion AV Club about early video games, called "Games of Our Lives." On December 12, 2008, he returned to his role as Geek in Review editor,[clarification needed] with his editorials being published every second Wednesday of the month.
In spring 2003, he founded the independent publishing company Monolith Press and released a memoir entitled Dancing Barefoot. Monolith Press was "founded on the idea that publication should not be limited by opportunity." Most of the entries are extended versions of his blog entries. Dancing Barefoot sold out three printings in four months. In winter 2003, Wheaton signed to publisher Tim O'Reilly with a three-book contract. O'Reilly acquired Dancing Barefoot, and published his extended memoirs, Just a Geek, in summer of 2004. He has since written about his bitterness regarding how the book was marketed, believing it was pitched as a Star Trek book when he intended it as more of a personal memoir. Subsequently in 2007, his next book, "The Happiest Days of Our Lives" was again published by Monolith Press.
With the release of Sunken Treasure: Wil Wheaton's Hot Cocoa Box Sampler in February 2009, instead of using traditional publishing, Wheaton decided to self-publish using Lulu Publishing, releasing paperback and digital copies, something he has continued to do with all his publications since. As a chapbook, Sunken Treasure contains several small extracts of various different projects, including two short stories from Ficlets, an ACME comedy sketch, William's Tell and a Criminal Minds production diary. The production diary was later released as an audiobook. Later that same year, Wheaton released Memories of the Future: Volume 1, a humorous critique, as well as an account of Wheaton's own experiences with and memories, of the first thirteen episodes of Star Trek: The Next Generation. Closing up 2009, Wheaton published a special edition of "The Happiest Days of Our Lives", which also included an afterword by his son, Ryan.
The Happiest Days of Our Lives and Sunken Treasure were also released on a Creative Commons license.
Wheaton described himself as a liberal in 2005. In September 2006, he criticized George W. Bush's antiterrorism plan: "Shame on President Bush. Shame on his Republican allies in Congress, and shame on the spineless, cowardly Democrats who did not stand up to them." In a column that he wrote for Salon.com in 2005, The Real War on Christmas, Wheaton attacked conservative commentators like Bill O'Reilly, Rush Limbaugh and Sean Hannity for influencing the political views of his parents, with whom Wheaton found himself unable to have political discussions during family get-togethers on holidays like Christmas. Wheaton's parents were very offended by the article, and he posted a lengthy apology on his site and an interview in which his parents clarified their political views. On August 24, 2007, he gave the keynote for the yearly Penny Arcade Expo, which was subsequently made available online. He stepped in following a public battle between the formerly-scheduled keynote debate participants, noted anti-games activist Jack Thompson and Hal Halpin, the president of the Entertainment Consumers Association (ECA). Much of Wheaton's address focused on the debate over violence in video games. He also gave the keynote at PAX East 2010 in Boston, Massachusetts. He supported Barack Obama in the 2008 Presidential Election and opposed Proposition 8, calling it "nothing but hate and discrimination".
In 2003, Wheaton mentioned his love for the game of poker on his blog. The following year, he began writing more extensively about his poker-playing experiences, including stories about playing Texas hold 'em tournaments locally and in Las Vegas. Eventually, he worked up to regular play, including a run at the 2005 World Poker Tour Championships. On June 23, 2005, Wheaton accepted an invitation to join Team PokerStars. He went on to play in that year's World Series of Poker and was the guest speaker for the 2005 BARGE Banquet. In June 2007, he announced he would no longer be on Team Pokerstars due to changes in the U.S. legal system that would cause poker sites to have to focus on European and Asian markets and held a farewell Pokerstars tournament on June 5, 2007, which he titled So Long and Thanks for All the Chips. Wheaton is a Dungeons & Dragons player, and played during the PAX 2010 event using the 4th edition rules. Wheaton, along with webcartoonists Jerry Holkins and Mike Krahulik of Penny Arcade, and Scott Kurtz of PvP, played in front of a live audience. The game was hosted and recorded by Wizards of the Coast with Chris Perkins as the dungeonmaster. Wheaton also played D&D 4th edition at the PAX 2011 event using the 4th edition rules, and used the D&D Next play test rules at PAX Prime 2012. Wheaton also hosts the web series TableTop, where he explains how to play various card, board and dice games, then plays a round with celebrity guests. Wheaton will also be starring in the forthcoming Kickstarter-funded game There Came an Echo by Iridium Studios.
Comic book 
Wheaton made a guest appearance in the comic book PS 238. He appears as himself, but with the power of telekinesis. A PS 238 teacher, Alloy, is his adoring fan. Wheaton's debut comic book The Guild: Fawkes which he wrote alongside Felicia Day was released on May 23, 2012.
Wheaton recorded the audio CD of Peter and Max: A Fables Novel by Bill Willingham, which was released on December 8, 2009. as well as the audio CD of Ready Player One written by Ernest Cline. Wheaton narrates many audiobooks, including Ready Player One by Ernest Cline, Masters of Doom by David Kushner, Fuzzy Nation & Redshirts by John Scalzi (and other Scalzi works), and "Byways" part of METAtropolis: Cascadia by Tobias Buckell. Wheaton has also recorded several of his non-self-published books as downloadable audiobooks. These include Just a Geek, The Happiest Days of Our Lives, and his Criminal minds diary from Sunken Treasure. He also released excerpts of Memories of The Future: Vol 1 as free podcasts.
Personal life 
Wheaton was roommates with Chris Hardwick for some time at UCLA. They met at a showing of Arachnophobia in Burbank, California. Wheaton married Anne Prince in 1999 and lives in Arcadia, California with her and her two sons from a previous relationship. When one son was 19, he asked Wheaton to legally adopt him, which he did.
- Meat Puppet (1980)
- A Long Way Home (1981)
- The Shooting (1982)
- Highway to Heaven (1985)
- St. Elsewhere (1986)
- The Defiant Ones (1986)
- Long Time Gone (1986)
- Family Ties (1987)
- Young Harry Houdini (1987) (ABC)
- The Man Who Fell to Earth (1987)
- Star Trek: The Next Generation (1987–1994)
- My Dad Can't Be Crazy... Can He? (1989)
- Family Double Dare (1990)
- Monsters (1990)
- The Arsenio Hall Show (1991)
- The Last Prostitute (1991)
- Star Trek 25th Anniversary Special (1991)
- Tales from the Crypt (1993)
- It Was Him or Us (1995)
- Mr. Stitch (1995)
- The Outer Limits: "The Light Brigade" (1996)
- The Love Boat: The Next Wave (1998)
- Diagnosis: Murder (1998)
- The Day Lincoln Was Shot (1998)
- The Flintstones: On the Rocks (2001)
- The Invisible Man: Perchance to Dream (2001)
- Twice in a Lifetime Episode 22 "The Choice" (2001)
- Weakest Link (2001) (Star Trek-themed edition)
- Beat the Geeks (2002)
- A&E Biography: "Eclipsed by Death – The Life of River Phoenix" (2002 – narrator)
- Walking the Tracks: The Summer of "Stand by Me" (2002) (Stand by Me documentary)
- Arena (2002) (also as writer)
- Favorite Stars: Then & Now (2003)
- Book of Days (2003)
- The Screen Savers (2003, 2002)
- Call for Help (2004)
- Teen Titans (2004–2005) (voice of Aqualad)
- Super Robot Monkey Team Hyperforce Go! (2005) (voice)
- CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (2005)
- I Love the '80s 3-D (2005)
- I Love Toys (2006)
- Legion of Super Heroes (2006) (voice of Cosmic Boy)
- Ben 10 (2007) (voice)
- Ben 10: Alien Force/Ben 10: Ultimate Alien (voice of Mike Morningstar/Darkstar)
- Numb3rs: "Graphic" (2007) (as Miles Sklar, 1 episode)
- What I Learned From the Movies (2007)
- Batman: The Brave and the Bold (2008) (as Blue Beetle/Ted Kord)
- I Love the New Millennium (2008)
- Criminal Minds (2008) (Episode "Paradise" as Floyd Hansen/Wayne Dryden)
- Kyle + Rosemary (2008) (voice)
- Family Guy (2009 & 2010) (voice) (Episodes "Not All Dogs Go to Heaven" and "Partial Terms of Endearment", as himself and a protester)
- Naruto (2009) (voice of Menma)
- Kurokami: The Animation (2009) (voice of Yakumo)
- Seth MacFarlane's Cavalcade of Cartoon Comedy (2009) (voice)
- The Guild (2009–2011) (as Fawkes, recurring)
- The Big Bang Theory (2009–2012) ("The Creepy Candy Coating Corollary", "The Wheaton Recurrence", "The 21-Second Excitation", "The Russian Rocket Reaction", "The Stag Convergence" and "The Habitation Configuration" as a fictionalized version of himself)
- Leverage (2009–2012) ("The Two Live Crew Job" (2009), "The Ho Ho Ho Job" (2010), and "The Last Dam Job" (2012) as Chaos)
- Slayers Evolution-R (2010) (voice of Hans)
- Naruto Shippuden: The Movie (2010) (voice of Taruho and Shizuku)
- Eureka (2010) (Season 4 and Season 5) (as Dr. Parrish)
- Redakai (as Quantus)
- Mobile Suit Gundam Unicorn (2011) (Episode 3: "Ghost of Laplace") (voice of Aaron Terzieff, additional voices)
- The Secret of NIMH (1982) (voice)
- Hambone and Hillie (1983)
- The Last Starfighter (1984) (scenes deleted from film but included as DVD extra)
- The Buddy System (1984)
- Stand by Me (1986)
- The Curse (1987)
- She's Having a Baby (1988) (uncredited cameo)
- Toy Soldiers (1991)
- December (1991)
- The Liars' Club (1993)
- Pie in the Sky (1996)
- Boys' Night Out (1996)
- Mr Stitch (1996)
- Trekkies (1997)
- Flubber (1997)
- Tales of Glamour and Excess (1997)
- Fag Hag (1998)
- Foreign Correspondents (1999)
- The Girls' Room (2000)
- Deep Core (2000)
- Python (2000)
- Speechless... (2001)
- The Good Things (2001)
- Jane White is Sick and Twisted (2002)
- Fish Don't Blink (2002)
- Star Trek Nemesis (2002) (briefly; extended scene deleted but appears as DVD extra in some regions)
- Book of Days (2003)
- Four Fingers of the Dragon (2003)
- Neverland (2003)
- Americanizing Shelley (2007)
- Star Trek (2009) (voices various Romulans)
Internet video 
|2009–2011||The Guild||Fawkes, Axis of Anarchy leader|
|Jan 2008||Retarded Policeman #5: Writers Strike|
|Kris and Scott's Scott and Kris Show #10: Ties||Kris's father|
Video games 
- Crimson Skies: High Road to Revenge (2003) (voice)
- EverQuest II (2004) (voice)
- Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas (2004) (voice)
- Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon 2 (2004) (voice)
- Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six: Lockdown (2005) (voice)
- Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter (2005) (voice)
- Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter 2 (2006) (voice)
- Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories (2005) (voice)
- Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Stories (2006) (voice)
- Grand Theft Auto IV (2008) (voice of Alien on the fictional show Republican Space Rangers)
- Brütal Legend (2009) (voice)
- Fallout New Vegas (2010) (voice of Robobrain)
- DC Universe Online (2011) (voice of Robin)
- Dancing Barefoot (ISBN 0-596-00674-8) (2003)
- Just a Geek (ISBN 0-596-00768-X) (2004)
- Stories of Strength (ISBN 1-4116-5503-6) (2005; contributor)
- The Happiest Days of Our Lives (ISBN 0-9741160-2-5) (2007)
- Sunken Treasure (2009)
- Memories of the Future Vol. 1 (2009)
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- When the Bough Breaks (1988) cast list Internet Movie Database Inc.
- From Star Trek: Next Generation to Geek Blogger. webtalkguys.com
- "Arcame Times". Arcanetimes.com. Archived from the original on 2011-07-07. Retrieved July 7, 2011.
- Somethingpositive.net, September 28, 2006 – http://www.somethingpositive.net/sp09302006.shtml September 30, 2006
- Life Imitates Art required reading at The Academy. "Life Imitates Art". Abstruse Goose. Retrieved October 14, 2010.
- Nathan Rabin. Wil Wheaton interview, The A.V. Club, November 20, 2002.
- Conversations with GoD: Wil Wheaton, Geeks of Doom, Retrieved May 2, 2009.
- Flying Toasters, Wired.
- Nerdist Podcast 63 with Wil Wheaton, 8 minute mark. Nerdist.com. Retrieved on 2012-12-18.
- Wil Wheaton (2004). Just a geek: unflinchingly honest tales of the search for life, love, and fulfillment beyond the Starship Enterprise. Sebastopol, CA: O'Reilly. p. 9. ISBN 0-596-00768-X.
- The Good Things (2001) Internet Movie Database Inc.
- Full cast and crew for Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas (2004) (VG) Internet Movie Database Inc.
- Lock Out. Loadingreadyrun.com. December 14, 2007. Retrieved on 2012-06-04.
- "Guild videos". Bing.com. Retrieved October 14, 2010.
- "Wil Wheaton Returns to The Big Bang Theory". Tvguidemagazine.com. Retrieved October 14, 2010.
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- "Wil Wheaton in Episode 5.22 of The Big Bang Theory". imdb.com. Retrieved April 28, 2012.
- "Wil Wheaton to Guest-Star on Eureka". TVGuide.com.
- NASA – Multimedia – Video Gallery. Nasa.gov (2010-04-28). Retrieved on 2012-12-18.
- "New Writers for SuicideGirls Newswire". suicidegirls.com. June 3, 2005. Retrieved October 14, 2010.
- "About Monolith Press". Monolithpress.com. Retrieved October 14, 2010.
- Wil Wheaton. "Punch a hole in the sky," WilWheatonDotNet in Exile, February 3, 2006. Retrieved March 3, 2009.
- Wil Wheaton. "The real war on Christmas," Salon, December 22, 2005. Retrieved July 29, 2007.
- Wil Wheaton. "A statement of conscience," WilWheatonDotNet in Exile, September 28, 2006. Retrieved July 29, 2007.
- Wil Wheaton. "Nothing is more important than family". WilWheatonDotNet in Exile, December 29, 2005. Retrieved July 29, 2007.
- Wil Wheaton "One last time,"
- Wil Wheaton. "Californians: Vote NO on Prop 8,"
- Wil Wheaton Joins Team Pokerstars, PokerStarsBlog.com, June 2005.
- Wil Wheaton. "So long, and thanks for all the chips," WilWheatonDotNet in Exile, June 1, 2007. Retrieved July 29, 2007.
- Wil Wheaton. "Reminder: Final WWdN poker tourney is tonight," WilWheatonDotNet in Exile, June 5, 2007. Retrieved July 29, 2007.
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- "2010 Pax Celebrity Game".
- "TableTop homepage".
- "There Came an Echo by Iridium Studios — Kickstarter". Kickstarter. Retrieved 22 March 2013.
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- Peter and Max: A Fables Novel Brilliance Audiobooks
- "Random House Audio – Ready Player One". Retrieved 19 February 2012.
- "Masters of Doom launched today exclusively through Audiobooks.com". Audiobooks.com.
- "Audible – Fuzzy Nation".
- "METAtropolis: Cascadia".
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- Wil Wheaton "in which a fairly major secret is made secret no more"
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