Nick Wolfhard is not among the group of actors you would consider superstars or industry veterans. While his career is still relatively young, the Canadian actor has already worked enough in some projects to solidify his potential and give him a good auditioning perspective.
In his short career, Nick has worked on the set of films and played some speaking roles on a number of animation projects. He is known for Aftermath , World Trigger , My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic and The Last Children on Earth Here you can find out everything about Wolfhard’s short but interesting career.
Nick Wolfhard Bio (Age)
The actor was born in Vancouver,Canada. He was born on October 21, 1997. Nick has French, Jewish and German heritage through his parents. He was born to his father Eric Wolfhard. Eric lives as a popular Canadian screenwriter and also has a deep interest in researching and verifying Aboriginal land claims. He has a little brother, Finn Wolfhard, who is also an actor and more established in the industry than Nick. Nothing is known about his mother.
Nick Wolfhard began his career in 2013 when he appeared in his first project Aftermath. On the film, he shared the set with the likes of Karen Ballantyne, Tristan Shire and Chris Ballas. He played the younger version of Tristan Shire’s character James. The following year he was on Gordon Crum Under Locker, an animated film that tells the story of a curious boy who accidentally turns his parents into mummies. He voiced the character Danny on the project.
That same year, he began working as the voice of Miyoshi on the television series World Trigger. The story featured alternate dimensions, terrifying otherworldly creatures, and a band of warriors defending Earth from its threats. He was Miyoshi in the series for 7 episodes, which peaked in 2015.
Two years later according to World Trigger, in 2017 he returned in a guest role for another animated series entitled Beyblade Burst He voiced the role of Yugo Nansui again for 7 episodes of the series. His time on the series ended in 2018. That same year, he appeared in a single episode My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic, where he voiced an unnamed student character.
His next project in 2018 was Howard Lovecraft and the Kingdom of Madness as the voice of William Dyer. The animated film follows an adventurer named Howard Lovecraft who embarks on a quest that takes him to Antarctica to prevent the awakening of a cosmic entity known as Cthulhu. On the adventure he leads a group of adults including his father, uncle and a university professor.
In 2019, Nick Wolfhard performed in his sixth voicing project. He voiced one of the main characters, Jack Sullivan, in the animated comedy The Last Children on Earth. The story was about a group of teenagers fighting zombies that was the ripple effect of a monster apocalypse. He worked with the likes of Bruce Campbell, Keith David and Rosario Dawson on the project.
His net worth and salary?
Nick Wolfhard’s career is still in the early stages. He has yet to acquire the kind of portfolio that will compel fans and critics to seek information about his net worth or some well-hidden aspects of his personal life. The voice actor has only acted and counted in a handful of projects. However, there are some unconfirmed sources claiming his net worth to date is around $1 million. No source has estimated his annual salary.
Nick Wolfhard’s height
The Canadian actor and voice actor belongs to the category of men of average height. Still, Nick didn’t fare badly in terms of his vertical measurement. Wolfhard stands at an impressive vertical reach of 5ft 10in, which is 1.78m.
More facts about the Canadian actor
1. The actor is active on social media, especially on Twitter and Instagram where he regularly posts updates on all things anime related.
2. He is an animal lover and the owner of a long haired cat and his dog Rosie.
3. Nick Wolfhard is also an instrumentalist and serves as the guitarist and vocalist in a rock band called Calpurnia.
4. Wolfhard has a very versatile vocal range. He can do a variety of different accents and claims he can voice all characters between the ages of 10 and 20.
5. He is represented by Ralph Streich, co-founder of Red Management Inc, a boutique talent agency based out of Nick’s hometown of Vancouver.