Fred Savage Biography
Fred Savage was born in Chicago, Illinois, the United States as Fredrick Aaron Savage. He is an American actor, director, and producer. He has earned several awards and nominations, such as People’s Choice Awards and Young Artist Awards.
He is well known for his role as Kevin Arnold in the American television series The Wonder Years,
Fred Savage Age
Frederick Aaron Savage was born on July 9, 1976, in Chicago, Illinois, U.S. He 42 years old as of 2018.
Fred Savage Family
Savage was born in Chicago, Illinois, to Joanne and Lewis Savage, who was an industrial real estate broker and consultant. He has two siblings Ben who is also an actor and sister Kala an actress and a musician.
Fred Savage Wife
Fred Savage married his childhood friend Jennifer Lynn Stone in August 2004, and have two kids a son and a daughter.
Fred Savage Kids
They have two kids, a son Philip, born in 2006, and a daughter, Lily, born in 2008.
Fred Savage Brother
Fred Savage’s younger brother Ben Savage starred in Boy Meets World where Fred featured in as a guest and with supporting roles.
Fred Savage Height
Fred stands at 1.78 m tall
Fred Savage Image
Fred Savage Career
Savage’s first screen performance was in the television show Morningstar/Eveningstar, at the age of 9. He then features onscreen in The Boy Who Could Fly, Dinosaurs! – A Fun-Filled Trip Back in Time!, and several television shows, including The Twilight Zone and Crime Story before gaining national attention as the grandson in the 1987 film The Princess Bride opposite Peter Falk.
In 1988, Savage featured as Kevin Arnold on The Wonder Years, the role for which he is best known, and for which he received two Golden Globe nominations and two Emmy nominations for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series. At the age of thirteen, he was the youngest actor ever to receive these honors. He remained on the show until it ended in 1993. During this period, Savage featured in several films, most notably Vice Versa (1988), and also starred in Little Monsters. After The Wonder Years ended, Savage returned to high school at age 17 and later attended Stanford. His first TV role after high school was the NBC sitcom Working, which Savage starred in for its two-season run. Savage also had a series of guest and supporting roles in the late 1990s and 2000s such as the show Boy Meets World (which starred his younger brother Ben Savage) and in the film Austin Powers in Goldmember as The Mole.
Savage has his voice to several animated projects, including Family Guy, Kim Possible, Justice League Unlimited, Oswald, and Holidaze: The Christmas That Almost Didn’t Happen. His two lead roles since The Wonder Years were on the short-lived sitcoms Working and Crumbs. He featured as a serial rapist on a 2003 episode of Law & Order: Special Victims Unit and as a womanizing professor on Boy Meets World. He ranked at #27 on VH1’s 100 Greatest Kid Stars. In July 2008, Savage guest-starred in the web series The Rascal on Crackle. In 2017, he joined the cast of the Netflix series Friends From College as Max Adler, a gay literary agent. In 2018, he began to host Child Support (originally called Five to Survive) with Ricky Gervais.
Directing and producing
In 1999, Savage started his directing career in which he featured in episodes of over a dozen television series. Savage’s first directing credit was on the short-lived NBC sitcom Working which also starred Savage. Savage started observing production on the Disney Channel show Even Stevens to further learn the craft of directing. Besides directing several episodes, Savage co-produced the Disney Channel Original Series Phil of the Future. In 2007, he was nominated for a Directors Guild award for the Phil episode “Not-So-Great-Great Grandpa”.Savage has served as a producer for several episodes of It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia, Friends with Benefits, Party Down, Phil of the Future, The Crazy Ones, and Happy Endings. In 2007, he made his feature film directing debut with the film Daddy Day Camp.
Fred Savage Net Worth
Fred has an estimated net worth of $18 million dollars.
Fred Savage Deadpool 2
He featured in Deadpool 2, a 2018 American superhero film as Grandson.
Fred Savage Princess Bride
Fred Savage starred in the 1987 American romantic comedy fantasy adventure film, The Princess Bride as The Grandson. It follows the story of a farmhand named Westley, accompanied by companions befriended along the way, who must rescue his true love Princess Buttercup from the odious Prince Humperdinck.
Fred Savage Wonder Years
In the TV series The Wonder Years, Fred Savage starred in as Kevin Arnold, he plays a Character born March 18, 1956, and grew up in the turbulent late 1960s and early 1970s, an adolescent boy growing up in a suburban middle-class family.
Fred Savage Friends From College
Friends from College is a Netflix original comedy television series, Fred Savage stars in as Max Adler and portrays a gay literary agent. The story follows the tragicomic misadventures of a close-knit group of Harvard alumni in their 40s as they navigate their ambitious yet clumsy and romantically intertwined lives in New York City.
Fred Savage Game Show
He presented American game show series, Child Support with starring Ricky Gerais, which was previously called Five to Survive.
Fred Savage Austin Power
Austin Powers in Goldmember is a 2002 American spy action comedy film. Fred Savage featured in as Number Three / Mole.
Fred Savage Movies | Fred Savage Tv Show
Super Troopers 2
Once Upon a Deadpool
The Last Run
Welcome to Mooseport
The Rules of Attraction
“A Junkie Named Marc”
Austin Powers in Goldmember
Jungle Book: Mowgli’s Story
A Guy Walks Into a Bar
No One Would Tell
Charlie Seymour / Marshall Seymour
Garfield “Garf” Jerrniga
Dinosaurs! – A Fun-Filled Trip Back in Time!
The Princess Bride
The Boy Who Could Fly
Fred Savage Video
Fred Savage Instagram
Fred Savage Interview
Fred Savage Gets Brutally Honest About Once Upon a Deadpool
CBR: Have you managed to escape from Deadpool yet?
Savage: I’ve been let go! I’ve been let go. Thankfully, out, but who knows? You know, I was going about my life before and this happened, so I don’t know if it’s behind me or what.
Tell me a little about how you got involved in the project.
Well, I wish I knew! Ryan [Reynolds] called me and told me he had this idea and it sounded interesting and, before we could continue our conversation, I ended up on set. It was very disconcerting, to say the least.
See, the only things I know about Deadpool are what he’s allowed everyone to see on screen. What’s the real Deadpool story? What’s he like in-person?
Way worse. Not nearly as charming as you’d think. All that wit and kind of like that rake’s charm that he has on screen is really nothing like he is in real life.
Has Deadpool let you meet any of his friends yet?
No! He’s a lone wolf!
So it was just you and Deadpool, one-on-one, the whole time?
Just me and Deadpool.
What was that like?
Did you ever get a chance to meet with Ryan Reynolds while you were there?
Oh, sure! Yeah. Yeah, Ryan was there. [laughs] Sure, sure.
How does he compare?
Yeah, hard to separate the man from the Deadpool, I’ll be honest.
Do you have a favorite character from the film? Why?
I mean, I think you’ve got to go Domino. What can go wrong? She’s cool, she’s strong, she’s a good fighter, she can drive a truck and she’s super lucky! Those are all the qualities I want in a friend, especially the truck part.
Is she the kind of friend who would rescue you from a kidnapping?
It’s not just self-serving! I think it would just be a really nice time. But yes, if she can help me from getting kidnapped, that would be great too.
How many times would you say Deadpool has bleeped you out at this point?
You know, I don’t know the number. He seemed very intent on keeping the language clean. So I don’t know the number, but he was very upset with any profanity.
What’s your personal review of Once Upon a Deadpool, as told by Deadpool?
You know, okay. Okay, I guess. I would say the reason to go — I mean, it’s no better or worse than any other Deadpool movie, I’d say, but the real reason to go is that Fox is donating a dollar from every ticket sold to Fuck Cancer, that they’re renaming Fudge Cancer for the 12 days of the PG-13 Deadpool, which is pretty extraordinary. I don’t know any film company that’s done anything like that. Go for that! Don’t go to enrich Ryan Reynolds. He’s got enough. But go for the charity aspect. That’s worth it.
Tell me more about the Fuck Cancer campaign.
It’s a cancer research organization started by Scooter Braun and his wife. Her mom was hit with cancer and they started a foundation that has been just at the forefront of cancer research for all kinds of cancer, and it’s just been an incredible thing they’ve built over a short period of time. It’s pretty extraordinary. I’m thrilled to be some small part of it.
Would you say Deadpool captured the “prism of childhood innocence” like he set out to do with Once Upon a Deadpool?
You know, I think that’s up for audiences to decide. We’ll see, we’ll see.
All of the promos and trailers for the film have a holiday vibe to them. What about Once Upon a Deadpool makes it a good holiday film?
When it’s coming out.
How does this kidnapping compare to that time your grandfather forced you to listen to The Princess Bride?
Well, that obviously was not against my will, and I was a character in a movie. So that was totally different!
If Deadpool comes back for a third film, what are the odds he’ll kidnap you again for the franchise?
I hope zero, but I would have told you that months ago! I hope zero. But, you know, if they can get you once, who knows? But I hope I never see him again. I don’t like talking about it now, to be honest with you!
If you could choose to have any mutant power, what would it be?
To not be kidnapped!
So completely impervious to kidnapping?
Yes, that would be nice. I wish that for everyone.
How likely are you to pick up some comics after this experience?
Very! A trip to the comic book store for me and my kids… There’s a great comic book store a bike’s ride away, so we make a pilgrimage to the comic store pretty frequently. So comics are always around the Savage house, for sure.