Wyatt Russell | Biography

Posted On: 14 Jul, 2014


Wyatt Russell | Biography

Quick Facts

Date of Birth July 10, 1986
Age 32 Years 2 Month(s)
Nationality American
Profession Actor
Wife/Spouse Sanne Hamers
Girlfriend Not yet
Ethnicity White
Is Gay/Lesbian No
Divorced? No
Married Yes
Net Worth $4 million dollars
Height 187 cm
Weight N/A
Children/Kids Unknown

Former hockey player and now an American actor Wyatt Russell (birth name Wyatt Hawn Russell) was born in July 10, 1986 in Los Angeles, California, USA. Wyatt inherits acting skills from his family members as his grandparents Bing Russell, Rut Hawn, Laura Hawn and parent Kurt Russell and Goldie Hawn are well known actors. At the age of sixteen, Wyatt moved to Canada with his family where he trained to play hockey professionally. Wyatt begins his journey by playing with various amateur hockey teams along with one professional team. Wyatt friends spread rumors that his mom and dad bought his place on the roster and later he tried to clarified but failed. Then, Wyatt ignored and started to work hard to gain back the love and respect of his team mates.

Wyatt is the man of action not just the words.  He moved away from his family success, worked hard to be in his current position.  Wyatt’s  hockey ventures include Langley Hornets, Chicago steels, Brampton Capitals, Coquitlam Express, Groningen Grizzlies and University of Alabama in Huntsville.  While playing hockey he was injured several times but his injuries does not reduced his dedication toward playing hockey.  He suffered from five concussions and during CT scan doctors has also found black spot in his brain. And, he didn’t stop here and moved to Holland where he played for two more years.  Finally, in 1996 he left hockey ground and entered in film industry. He did number of movies and handful TV series.

In 1996, Wyatt debut with “Escape from L.A.- An American science fiction movie” directed by John Carpenter as an orphan boy. After this, he acted on Paul Anderson’s “Soldier” movie where he was starred as Todd in 1998. Later in 2006, Wyatt played the role of Doubting Thomas in “The Last supper” that was directed by Marius A. Markevicius.  In 2010, Russell acted on TV series Law & Order: LA as “Sam Loomis” produced by “Dick Wolf” and “High School”  by John Stalberg, Jr.  Likewise, in 2011, Russell played a role as Little Mickey in Jon Favreau’s “Cowboys & Aliens”. After this movie, he was casted in comedy film  “This Is 40” as Flirty hockey Player in 2012 that was directed by Judd Apatow. Again in 2013, he was starred as Deputy Anders in “We Are What We Are – a horror movie by Jim Micke”. In the same year, Wyatt did another movie with Danny Mooney’s “Love and Honor” as Topher. After Love and Honor, Russell worked in American television sitecom “Arrested Development”.

Again in 2013, he acted on “The Walking Dead” a Paul. This was a horror drama created by Frank Darabont.  His 2014 ventures are 22 Jump Street and Midnight Rider. 22 Jump Street belongs to comedy genre directed by Phil Lord and Christopher Miller where Wyatt played a role of Zook.  Due to the death of camera assistant, Midnight Rideris kept in hold. On the meantime Wyatt is developing a show for HBO with his cousin Oliver.  He and his girlfriend now wife Sanne Hamers whom he met in Holland and after four years of dating got married lives in Malibu trailer park.

This handsome hunk height is 6 feet 2 inch tall.  He is not a gay. Wyatt family moved to Vancouver mansion in July 1 whose net worth is $4 million. His shirtless pictures are found in net. Follow Wyatt Russell in Facebook and twitter for latest updates. Surf wiki for detail biography and filmography.