Adam Wylie Bio, Age, Wife, Net Worth, Movies

Adam Wylie, born Adam Augustus Wylie is an American actor, voice actor, musical performer, magician, singer and a former Crayola spokesman.

Adam Wylie Biography

Adam Wylie, born Adam Augustus Wylie is an American actor, voice actor, musical performer, magician, singer and a former Crayola spokesman. He is known for providing voices for characters in All Dogs Go to Heaven 2, As Told by Ginger, and Superman: Doomsday.

Adam Wylie Age

The American actor was born on May 23, 1984 in San Dimas, California, USA. He is 34 years old as at 2018.

Adam Wylie Height

Adam stands at a height of 5′ 6″ (1.68 m).

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Adam Wylie Family

He was born to Karen Wylie (mother) and Leonard Wylie (father). He has three brothers namely; Aaron Wylie, Eric Wylie and Ben Wylie. Her sister is known as Tai Wylie.

Adam Wylie Wife

According to our records, Adam Wylie is possibly single. He has been in a relationship with Meagan Smith (2000).

Adam Wylie Children

He has no children yet.

Adam Wylie Career

He was busy with voice-over work at the age of nine, including the voice of young Prince Derek in The Swan Princess (1994) and David in All Dogs Go to Heaven 2 (1996). He then gave his voice to many animated series, including Dennis the Menace as the title character (1993–94), Hey Arnold! Curly (1996-2002), Crayola Kids Adventures, Napoleon as the title character (1997), The King and I (1999) as Louis Leonowens, and Walt Disney Television Animation’s pilot Kitty’s Dish (as Josh).

Wylie’s voice credits also include Batman Beyond, Pepper Ann as Crash, As Told By Ginger as Ian Richton, Midnight Club II, Jimmy Olsen in the 2007 direct-to-DVD movie, Superman: Doomsday, Fred Nerk’s roles, Nigel Thrall and Bananas B on American Dragon: Jake Long, Avatar: The Last Airbender, Ben 10, and Justin in The Easter StoryKeepers. He also starred on The Last Chance Detectives audio cases (2004) as Mike Fowler in Focus.

In the animated television show Legion of Super-Heroes and Ulraj’s voice in the Secret Saturdays, Wylie also starred as the voice of Brainiac 5 and Colossal Boy. More recently, Wylie voiced the lead role in Sir Malcolm and the Missing Prince, the first series in Lamplighter Publishing’s new Lamplighter Theatre radio drama. This radio drama is a two-hour production in which Wylie plays the prince’s role. He also voices Ryan Cummings in Odyssey’s popular Christian audio drama series Adventures. Wylie started voicing the mutant evil merman villain, Tritannus in the fifth season of Winx Club’s Nickelodeon dub in September 2012.

Adam Wylie Movies And Tv Shows

Filmography

Film

2000 – 2013

  • 2013 Dark Powers as Neil Roberts
  • 2013 The Smurfs 2 as Panicky Smurf
  • 2013 ‘Til Morning as Mr. Smee
  • 2011 1320 as Little Jim
  • 2009 Porky’s Pimpin’ Pee Wee as Pee Wee
  • 2009 Street Dreams as Mikey Robbins
  • 2008 Return to Sleepaway Camp as Weed
  • 2007 Superman: Doomsday as Jimmy Olsen
  • 2005 American Pie Presents: Band Camp as Trading Card Bandy
  • 2004 Wild Roomies as Mr. Asher
  • 2002 The Biggest Fan as Garfield
  • 2001 Flying Virus as Adam
  • 2000 Lost in the Pershing Point Hotel as Duane Striker
  • 2000 Day Break as Newton Warner

1992 – 1999

  • 1999 The King and I as Louis Leonowens
  • 1998 Children of the Corn V: Fields of Terror as Ezeekial
  • 1998 Sandman as Easter Bunny
  • 1997 The Ugly Duckling as Young Ugly
  • 1996 All Dogs Go to Heaven 2 as David
  • 1996 Santa with Muscles as Taylor
  • 1995 Napoleon as Napoleon
  • 1995 Breaking Free as Billy Rankin
  • 1994 Pom Poko
  • 1994 The Swan Princess as Young Prince Derek
  • 1993 Reckless Kelly as Pop Corn Boy
  • 1992 Out on a Limb as Bob
  • 1991 The Doctor as Joey
  • 1990 Child’s Play 2 as Sammy
  • 1990 Kindergarten Cop as Larry

Television

  • 2015 Up in Smoke as El Chupacabra
  • 2012 Ben 10: Destroy All Aliens as JT
  • 2009 Natalee Holloway
  • 2007 Species: The Awakening as Jared
  • 2005 Kitty’s Dish as Josh
  • 2004 Tales of a Fly on the Wall as Bud
  • 2000 Cutaway as Cal
  • 1999 Balloon Farm as Charles
  • 1999 Can of Worms as Nick
  • 1999 Michael Landon, the Father I Knew as Teenage Jack
  • 1997 Under Wraps as Gilbert
  • 1993 Timmy’s Special Delivery: A Precious Moments Christmas as Additional Voices
  • 1992 Stepfather III as Easter Party Boy
  • 1990 Without Her Consent as Loren

Adam Wylie Net Worth

According to Various Online resource, Adam Wylie’s 2019 net worth is estimated as $18 Million.

Adam Wylie Into The Woods

His role in Into the Woods was meta-referenced on Gilmore Girls as being done by his character in that series, Brad Langford.

Adam Wylie Broadway

In 2002, Wylie appeared as Jack in Stephen Sondheim’s Tony Award-winning revival of Into the Woods on Broadway.

Adam Wylie Picket Fences

He appeared as Zack Brock, the youngest of Sheriff Brock’s three children in the television series Picket Fences from 1992 to 1996.

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Interview With Adam Wylie From ‘Jake and the Neverland Pirates: Peter Pan Returns’

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You may remember Adam Wylie as the youngest kid on the TV series Picket Fences back in the ’90s. Or maybe you saw him on Broadway in Into the Woods. Personally, our favorite Adam roles were the Skinny Kid God in Joan of Arcadia and Brad Langford on The Gilmore Girls. But despite numerous juicy roles and 23 years in the business (he started acting when he was four), there is one character Adam always dreamed of playing — Peter Pan.

Well now Adam is getting that chance. Tonight Jake and the Never Land Pirates: Peter Pan Returns premieres on the Disney Channel and Adam is voicing the iconic boy who never grew up. In a recent exclusive interview Adam talked about being the boy who never grew up on TV and in real life.

Having tried out for the role once before and losing to Lost’s Matthew Fox, Adam feared this audition might not pay off either. He described walking in to the audition room, “I remember being in there and seeing some really, really top notch guys in the waiting room going, ‘Oh my god, they’re perfect. Dang it… There’s no way that I’m going to have a shot at this.’”

Still he gave it his all and was happy with his audition. But he said that when the producers are watching you from behind their glass wall, “You can never tell.” He explained, “They’re discussing how much they don’t like you — that’s what’s going through your head.” But in reality they were very impressed with him. He recalled, “Two days later I found I was going to be Peter Pan on Jake and the Never Land Pirates and I was super excited because it was a dream come true.”

But even though he had hoped to play Peter Pan for a long time, Adam approached this audition in the same way he does every try out. “You need to go into an audition thinking it’s another chance to perform material and have fun and see where it goes from there and see if something happens. I think of every audition as a one-time show, if you will. If I get to do a second performance, or more performances, then fantastic.”

He continued, “The audition is always the work of acting, where as getting the job is really the vacation and the time where you get to have fun and let loose. There’s no stress and worries of, ‘Am I gonna book it?’ And if you can get over the ‘Am I gonna book it?’ aspect then you’ve already won pretty much.”

And this time Adam won the role of Peter Pan. He admitted that there’s a lot of the character in him. He confessed, “I play in a kickball league for starters, which is one of the many geeky things I do. I’m also a professional magician, another childhood hobby that stuck with me. I’m a huge fan of games and playing board games and card games and video games… I love to goof around and have a lot of fun with life but at the same time I’ve got responsibilities just like every other adult in the world. I do that when I have to and then all the rest of the time I try to be as fun and happy going as I possible can be.”

Like Adam, most adults can relate to Peter Pan, which may explain the iconic figure’s longevity. Adam stated, “I think the character of Peter Pan remains popular because he possesses qualities that everybody wishes they had still… But then real life responsibilities come into play and unfortunately that tends to overshadow everything else in your life. It’s nice to think of your life in a fun, carefree type of an environment while being slightly older. That’s what Peter Pan is. He’s the perfect mix between fairy tale and real life.”

Adam gets to blur the line between fairy tale and real life on an almost daily basis. And he performs in so many areas of show business that we had to ask him if he had to choose one, what would it be. He replied, “I do so many things in my life and I have so many different hobbies and I have so many different things that I’m interested in… that it’s hard for me to pick one of anything, let alone pick one side of the business that I like the best. Because A, I feel like everything else would feel bad if I pick one. I know that’s weird to give emotions to things that don’t have emotions, but I somehow do in my head. And B, I know I would miss the ones that I wouldn’t be doing for that amount of time.”

He has spent a year doing a play and missed being on camera. He has stopped doing theater and longed for the instant gratification he gets from being on stage. He recalled, “When I didn’t do voiceovers for a period of time, I missed being anything I could possibly want to be from a super hero to one of the greatest characters of all time to a little boy to a monster. So I don’t think I really could pick just one. To me all of them are kind of the same thing. They’re just all a different way of performing. And I think if I wasn’t performing I would somehow find a way to still do it.”