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Fred Savage

Fred Savage
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Savage in 1989
Born Frederick Aaron Savage
(1976-07-09) July 9, 1976 (age 40)
Highland Park, Illinois, U.S.
Alma mater Stanford University
Occupation Actor, director, producer
Years active 1985–present
Spouse(s) Jennifer Lynn Stone (m. 2004)
Children 3; Oliver, Lily, Auggie
Relatives Ben Savage (brother)
Kala Savage (sister)

Frederick Aaron "Fred" Savage (born July 9, 1976) is an American actor, director, and producer. He is best known for his role as Kevin Arnold in the American television series The Wonder Years. He has earned several awards and nominations, such as People's Choice Awards and Young Artist Awards.

Savage was born in Highland Park, Illinois, the son of Joanne and Lewis Savage, who was an industrial real estate broker and consultant. Fred grew up in Glencoe, Illinois, before moving out to California. His younger brother is actor Ben Savage, and his younger sister is actress/musician Kala Savage. His grandparents were Jewish immigrants from Poland, Ukraine, Germany, and Latvia. He was raised Reform Jewish.

Savage was educated at Brentwood School, a private co-educational day school in Brentwood, in the Westside area of Los Angeles County in California. He graduated from Stanford University in 1999, with a bachelor's degree in English and as a member of Sigma Alpha Epsilon.

Savage's first screen performance was in the television show Morningstar/Eveningstar, at age 9. He then appeared 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.


Year Title Role Notes
1986 The Boy Who Could Fly Louis Michaelson Young Artist Award for Best Supporting Young Actor – Motion Picture
1987 Dinosaurs! - A Fun-Filled Trip Back in Time! Phillip
1987 The Princess Bride the Grandson Young Artist Award for Best Young Actor – Motion Picture
1988 Vice Versa Charlie Seymour / Marshall Seymour Saturn Award for Best Young Performer
1988 Runaway Ralph Garfiel "Garf" Jerrniga
1989 Little Monsters Brian Stevenson
1989 The Wizard Corey Woods Nominated– Young Artist Award for Best Young Actor – Motion Picture
1997 A Guy Walks Into a Bar Josh Cohen short
1998 Jungle Book: Mowgli's Story Narrator
2002 The Rules of Attraction "A Junkie Named Marc"
2002 Austin Powers in Goldmember Number Three/Mole
2004 The Last Run Steven Goodson
2004 Welcome to Mooseport Bullard
1986 The Twilight Zone Jeff Mattingly
1986–1987 Morningstar/Eveningstar Alan Bishop
1987 Convicted: A Mother's Story Matthew Nickerson TV film
1988 ABC Weekend Special: Runaway Ralph Garfield
1988 Run Till You Fall David Reuben TV film
1988–1993 The Wonder Years Kevin Arnold Lead role;
115 episodes
People's Choice Award for Favorite TV Performer
(1989–90)
Viewers for Quality Television Award Award for Best Actor in a Quality Comedy Series
(1989–90)
Young Artist Award for Best Young Actor in a Television Series
(1988–89)
Nominated– Golden Globe Award for Best Actor – Television Series Musical or Comedy
(1989–90)
Nominated– Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series
(1989–90)
1990 When You Remember Me Mike Mills TV film
1990 Saturday Night Live Himself Host
1991 Christmas on Division Street Trevor Atwood
1992 Seinfeld Himself Episode: "The Trip"
1996 No One Would Tell Bobby Tennison TV film
1996 How Do You Spell God? Narrator
1997 The Outer Limits Son
1997–1999 Working Matt Peyser Lead role;
39 episodes
1998 Boy Meets World Stuart Episode: "Everybody Loves Stuart"
2001–2003 Oswald Oswald Voice role
2003 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit Michael Gardner Episode: "Futility"
2004 Justice League Unlimited Hank Hall/Hawk
2006 Crumbs Mitch Crumb
2006 Holidaze: The Christmas That Almost Didn't Happen Rusty Voice role
2009 Family Guy Himself Voice role
Episode: "Fox-y Lady"
2010 Big Time Rush Director Episode: "Big Time Christmas"
2010–2013 Generator Rex Noah Voice role
2011 Mr. Sunshine Himself
2011 Happy Endings Himself
2014–present BoJack Horseman Goober
2015–2016 The Grinder Stewart Sanderson Lead role;
22 episodes
Nominated–Critics' Choice Award for Best Actor in a Comedy Series
TBA Friends From College
Year Title Notes
2007 Daddy Day Camp Feature film directorial debut
Nominated– Golden Raspberry Award for Worst Director
Year Title Notes
1999 Working 1 episode
1999–2000 Boy Meets World 2 episodes
2001 All About Us 2 episodes
2001–2002 Even Stevens 2 episodes
2003–2005 That's So Raven 2 episodes
2004–2005 Unfabulous 5 episodes
2004–2006 Phil of the Future 9 episodes, also producer
Nominated–Directors Guild of America Award for Outstanding Directorial Achievement in a Children's Program
(Episode: "Not So Great Great Great Grandpa")
2004 Drake & Josh 1 episode, "Blues Brothers"
2004–2007 Ned's Declassified School Survival Guide 6 episodes
2005 Kitchen Confidential 1 episode
2005 Zoey 101 2 episodes
2005 What I Like About You 1 episode
2007 Cavemen 1 episode
2007 Hannah Montana 1 episode
2007–2008 Doozers 4 episodes
2007–2010 It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia 18 episodes, also producer
2007–2008 Wizards of Waverly Place 3 episodes
Nominated– Directors Guild of America Award for Outstanding Directorial Achievement in a Children's Program
(Episode "The Crazy 10 Minute Sale")
2008 Ugly Betty 1 episode
2008 Worst Week 1 episode
2009–2010 Party Down 9 episodes, also producer and supervising producer
2009 Zeke and Luther pilot episode
Nominated– Directors Guild of America Award for Outstanding Directorial Achievement in a Children's Program
(Episode "Pilot")
2009 Ruby & The Rockits 1 episode
2009 Greek 2 episodes
2010 Sons of Tucson 1 episode
2010 Big Time Rush 1 episode
2010 Blue Mountain State 2 episodes
2010–present Modern Family 7 episodes
2011 Gigantic 2 episodes
2011 Happy Endings 3 episodes
2011 How to Be a Gentleman 2 episodes
2011 Perfect Couples 2 episodes
2011 Breaking In 1 episode
2011 Franklin & Bash 1 episode
2011 Friends with Benefits 1 episode
2011–present 2 Broke Girls 18 episodes
2011 Mr. Sunshine 1 episode
2012 Whitney 1 episode
2012 Best Friends Forever 6 episodes
2013 The Crazy Ones 2 episodes
2014 Garfunkel and Oates (TV series) 8 episodes
2014 The Goldbergs 1 episode
2014 Playing House 2 episodes
2015 Sin City Saints 2 episodes
2015 Casual 2 episodes

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