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Wil Wheaton’s successful acting career began in 1986 with acclaimed roles in Stand By Me and Toy Soldiers. He continued to build his resume through his teen years as series regular Wesley Crusher on Star Trek: The Next Generation, as well as opposite Robin Williams in the Disney film Flubber.
Wheaton, however, is more than just an actor. He’s an author, blogger, voice actor, widely followed original Twitter user, and a champion of geek culture.
Wheaton currently splits his time between acting and writing. He recurred on Syfy’s hit series Eureka as Dr. Isaac Parrish, and played a computer hacker named Chaos on TNT’s Leverage. Wheaton also plays a “delightfully evil version” of himself on the CBS hit comedy series Big Bang Theory.
He most recently voiced the High Wizard in the animated series Fantasy Hospital, and appeared in two episodes of Syfy’s Dark Matter as Alexander Rook.
Wheaton’s other credits include Criminal Minds, Numb3rs and the voice of Ted Kord in Batman: The Brave and the Bold.
And of course who could forget his turn as Fawkes, the leader of the Axis of Anarchy, in Felicia Day’s smash hit Web series The Guild.
As an author, Wheaton has published several books, including Just a Geek, Dancing Barefoot, The Happiest Days of our Lives and Memories of the Future: Volume 1 – a humorous and nostalgic episode guide of the first half of the first season of Star Trek: The Next Generation.
Wheaton also continues to publish popular blog Wil Wheaton dot Net.