Nick, best known for being the brother of Finn Wolfhard who featured in “Stranger Things,” is a Canadian actor and voice actor who can be considered as one of the entertainment industry’s veterans and superstars.

Early Life and Education Background

Nick Wolfhard was born in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, on Tuesday, 21 October 1997, so his zodiac sign is Libra and he’s 23 years old as of 2021. Nick’s father, Erick Wolfhard was a screenwriter and an aboriginal land claims researcher, and his mother, Mary, was his great inspiration who passed down her love for acting and music to her sons; he hasn’t revealed what she did to earn a living.

The Canadian actor was brought up together with his brother, Finn Wolfhard, who is five years younger than him, in his hometown. Nick is believed to have attended a Catholic primary school before joining a hometown-based high school. Although Wolfhard hasn’t revealed the institution he matriculated from, it’s known that he graduated with a Bachelor’s degree. Nick gained knowledge from several education centres, including Instant Theatre Improv, Vancouver College drama, On The Mic Training Vancouver, and Shoreline Actors Academy.

Wolfhard showed a keen interest in anime shows and cartoons since he was a child. By the time he was four, Nick had apparently known what he wanted in life: to become a cartoon character.

He once shared an Instagram post about his childhood toy, a Ben 10 watch, which he recovered after losing it for close to 13 years.

Hobbies and Interests

Wolfhard finds pleasure in cooking, in fact, he’s a foodie who frequently shares photos of his meals on his highly followed Instagram page.

He is also seen sharing PSP photos on this platform, as he’s a video game lover.

Nick spends most of his free time together with his family members and friends. The voice actor is known to love animals, and has kept a beautiful long-haired cat and a dog, Rosie, as pets.

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He likes collecting shoes, and apparently already owns an awesome collection of them.

Nick Wolfhard Professional Career

Wolfhard is famous for his unique and versatile range of voices, and can do a lot of different accents too; in fact, he claims that he can imitate the voice of any character aged between 10-20. His career debut was in 2013, when he made an appearance in “Aftermath”, appearing in his first project together with Chris Ballas, Tristan Shire, and Karen Ballantyne in the role as the younger version of James (Tristan Shire’s character). In 2014, he made a contribution to “Under Wraps,” voicing Danny in Gordon Crum’s production, which was an animated film about an inquisitive boy who transformed his parents into mummies without intending to.

In the same year, Wolfhard voiced Miyoshi in the TV series “World Trigger”, about a group of brave warriors who had the responsibility of protecting Earth from alternate dimensional threats. He featured in the show for seven episodes before it ended in 2015. Wolfhard’s next role was in 2017, when he guest-starred in seven episodes of the animated series, “Beyblade Burst”, voicing the character called Yugo Nansui before the show ended the year that followed. In 2018, he contributed to a single episode of “My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic,” in which he voiced a student, who was an unnamed character.

Nick went on to work on his next project in 2018, when he was taken on to voice W. Dyer in “Howard Lovecraft and the Kingdom of Madness,” which is an adventure-filled animated series that rotates around the character Howard Lovecraft, who goes for a quest in Antarctica to fight against the revival of Cthulhu, a cosmic entity; during his risky adventure, Lovecraft is responsible for leading his father, uncle and a professor. By the end of 2018, Nick had appeared in close to five voicing projects. Before he featured in his next big project in 2019 titled “The Last Kids on Earth,” he had a role in the series “The InBetween” (2019), in which he featured as Eric Vaughn.

Nick voiced Jack Sullivan, a lead character on “The Last Kids on Earth” animated comedy that is about a group of teenagers who hunts down zombies that have invaded the planet following a monster apocalypse. He worked together with Mark Hamill, Montse Hernandez and Charles Demers among other well-known names on this production. In 2020, Nick made an appearance as Graham Nelly in the “Smiling Friends” TV show.

Although Nick loves voice acting and his career is just blossoming, he has revealed during an interview with CheatSheet that he is looking forward to start working on on-screen projects, which will be his next career phase.

He talked about his experiences on 2019’s “InBetween” and revealed that ‘When you have a great set with astounding people working on it and you do your best on the scene, that is such a satisfying moment. I have a newfound respect for on-camera acting and I would love to do more.’

Nick Personal Life, Girlfriend

Just like many celebrities do, Nick evades questions regarding his personal life and girlfriend during any interview; he’s very secretive, and hasn’t revealed whether he is dating anyone. He has however been in one previous relationship. On 4 April 2018, he posted a tweet confessing that he loved his girlfriend who was both a goth and cosplayer at the same time. As of 2021, Nick is single, unmarried, and doesn’t have children.

Body Measurement and Physical Appearance

Nick is a white Canadian of French, German and Jewish ancestry. He is 5ft 8ins (1.72m) tall, and weighs approximately 143lbs (65kgs). His hair colour is black while his eyes are dark brown. The skilled voice actor has wide-thin lips and a pointed nose in an oval-shaped face. He has no tattoos as of 2021.

Net Worth

Nick Wolfhard has made a fortune from his primary career as a seasoned voice actor. Although his career is in its sunrise phase and he’s only worked on a handful of projects, he is ranked as one of the richest and most famous Canadian voice actors. He is authoritatively worth around $1 million.

Author

Robbie is currently a reporter for TheBiography based in Santa Monica, CA. Prior to joining TheBiography in December 2020, he was an entertainment reporter in People.

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