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A wild child is a young person who is considered high spirited and fearlessly reckless, likely to act spontaneously, often doing things they might later regret. This is different from a feral child, which is a child who has lived in isolation from human contact from a very young age.
Wild child may also refer to:
- The Wild Child, a 1970 French film directed by François Truffaut
- Wild Child (comics), a Marvel Comics character first appearing in 1983
- "Wild Child" (Recess episode), a 1998 episode of Recess television series
- "Wild Child: The Story of Feral Children", an episode of Body Shock documentary series
- Wild Child (film), a 2008 teen romantic dramedy film starring Emma Roberts
- Wild Child (band), an indie band from Austin, Texas
- Wild Child (album), a 1985 album by Elizabeth Daily's, featuring dance hits "Say It, Say It" and "Love In the Shadows"
- Wild Child, a 1985 album by The Untouchables
- "Wild Child" (The Doors song), 1969
- Wild Child, a song from Lou Reed's 1972 eponymous debut solo album
- Wild Child, a 1973 album by The Savage Rose
- "Wild Child", a song by W.A.S.P.'s 1985 album The Last Command
- "Wild Child", a song on Romeo's Daughter's eponymous 1988 album and covered by Heart
- "Wild Child", a song on Scorpions's 1996 album Pure Instinct
- "Wild Child" (Enya song), 2001
- "Wild Child" (Moumoon song), 2012
- "Wild Child", a song on Dakota's 2009 album Here, There and Everywhere
- Alexi Laiho (born 1979), Finnish guitarist of several metal bands
- Ikponmwosa Osakioduwa (born 1979), Nigerian radio and television on air personality
- Roger McKenzie (1971–1995), English musician and DJ
- Vincent Jackson (born 1983), American football wide receiver
- Wildchild (rapper) or Jack Brown, member of the hip hop group Lootpack
- Wild Kids, a Swedish reality show for children
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