Richard William Wheaton II, a.k.a. Wil Wheaton, is an American born actor, blogger, writer, and voice actor best known for his portrayal of Wesley Crusher in TV series Star Trek: The Next Generation alongside Patrick Stewart, Marina Sirtis, and others.
Born on 29th July 1972, the 45-year-old has an estimated net worth of $2.5 million as of 2018. Let's find out more about his net worth, salary, career achievements and much more.
Wil Wheaton's Net Worth and Salary
As of 2018, Wheaton has an estimated net worth of $2.5 million. But his figures are still different in some cases. According to Taddlr, it is expected to be $1 million.
Nonetheless, his net worth is around millions, and we assume that $1 million is quite low for such a talented actor.
Despite the contradictions regarding his net worth, his value had drastically increased throughout the years. Back in 2012, his net value was estimated to be $500,000.
Increasing his value from a hundred thousand to millions is indeed a tremendous achievement, and it is all thanks to the roles he has been portraying.
Watch Wheaton's compilation from The Big Bang Theory.
For The Big Bang Theory alone, in which he appears as a regular character since 2009, he reportedly receives $900,000 for each episode of the show.
This is not it, he is also a part of some multi-million dollars grossing movies, and we have listed down some of his highest earning movies.
|2009||Star Trek (The Movie)||$385,680,000|
|2002||Star Trek: Nemesis||$67,310,000|
Other than his salary from The Big Bang Theory, his other salaries from his recent works like Whose Line is it Anyway? Bill Nye Saves the World and others have not been disclosed.
Likewise, details about his annual salary, monthly salary, and his earnings through endorsements are also unknown.
Wil Wheaton Career Achievements
Wil Wheaton has been active in the entertainment industry since 1980, and he is indeed one of the elite actors in the industry.
To date, he has won five awards and also has been nominated for five awards which include IAWTV Award, Streamy Award, and three Young Artist Awards.
Moreover, below we have also listed down all of his notable awards wins.
|1987||Young Artist Awards (Shared with cast)||Stand by Me||Jackie Coogan Award|
|1989||Young Artist Awards||Star Trek: The Next Generation||Best Young Actor in a Family Syndicated Show|
|2002||Melbourne Underground Film Festival||Jane White Is Sick & Twisted||Best Actor|
|2014||IAWTV Award||TableTop||Best Host|
|2014||IAWTV Award (Shared with others)||TableTop||Best Hosted Series|
|2016||Guinness World Record Award (Shared with Gene Roddenberry)||Star Trek||Longest running video game franchise|
These are all the awards he has been nominated for and won to date.