Don Wildman

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Don Wildman
Born Don Wildman
(1961-03-21) March 21, 1961 (age 56)
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. Most of Wildman's shows, like Off Limits and Cities of the Underworld for example, feature him exploring forbidden holes and various locations. Most of his recent programming follows a mysterious or paranormal theme.

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 Richmond, 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
2011–2013 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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