December 1, 2022

Will Friedle Bio, Age Wife, Movies, Boy Meets World

Will Friedle  Biography

Will Friedle was born on August 11, 1976, in Hartford, Connecticut, the United States as William Alan Friedle. He is an American actor, writer, and comedian. Alan is famous for her roles as the dumb yet creative older brother Eric Matthews in ABC’s hit TV show Boy Meets World (1993).

Will Friedle Age

Will Friedle was born on August 11, 1976, in Hartford, Connecticut, USA. He is 42 years old as of 2018.

Will Friedle  Family

Friedle was born in Hartford, Connecticut, the son of Patricia Joan (née Leary) and Gary Allen Friedle, both lawyers. He has two siblings namely Greg and Gary.

Will Friedle Wife

Will Friedle is married to Susan Martens since September 25, 2016, in Connecticut. He previously dated actress Jennifer Love Hewitt, fellow co-starred in the romantic teen comedy Trojan War, in 1997.

Will Friedle Height

William Alan Friedle is an American actor, who stands at 1.74 m tall.

Will Friedle  Image

Will Friedle Image

Will Friedle  Career

Will Friedle co-hosted Nickelodeon’s Don’t Just Sit There for three seasons (1988–1991), Friedle was cast as Cory Matthews’ likable but underachieving elder brother Eric on the long-running TV sitcom Boy Meets World from 1993 to 2000. In 2004, he co-starred with Chris Owen in the independent film National Lampoon’s Gold Diggers (originally titled Lady Killers). He also appeared in a supporting role in the 2005 ABC Family movie Everything You Want. Friedle was cast as Mike in the WB sitcom Off Centre, but could not accept the role because of a previous commitment to the UPN series The Random Years. The role ended up going to Eddie Kaye Thomas.

Friedle voiced Seifer Almasy in the English version of the video game Kingdom Hearts II, Gideon Wyeth in the English version of the video game Advent Rising, and Jaster Rogue in the English version of the video game Rogue Galaxy. In December 2013, it was announced that Friedle would reprise his Boy Meets World role of Eric Matthews on the continuation series Girl Meets World. In April 2014, it was confirmed that Friedle reprised his Batman Beyond role of Terry McGinnis on the Batman Beyond short made by Darwyn Cooke to commemorate the 75th Anniversary of Batman.

Will Friedle Net Worth

Will Friedle is an American actor and comedian who has an estimated net worth of $500 thousand.

Will Friedle Critical Role

Critical Role is an American web series, where Will Friedle featured in as Kashaw Vesh portraying human cleric.

Will Friedle Boy Meets World

Will Friedle starred in Boy Meets World an American television sitcom, appearing as Eric Matthews portraying Cory’s ditzy, wild, and crazy older brother.

Will Friedle Kim Possible

Kim Possible is an American animated action comedy-adventure television series where Will Friedle starred in as Ronald “Ron” Stoppable portraying Kim’s sidekick; her childhood best friend, unlike Kim, is cowardly socially awkward, clumsy and unpopular with his peers.

Will Friedle Girl Meets World

Girl Meets World is an American comedy television series where Will Friedlereprise his role of Eric Matthews. The series centers around the life of a young teen girl, Riley Matthews, and her friends and family, particularly their school life, in which her father Cory is their history teacher.

Will Friedle Bumblebee

Will Friedle  Bumblebee

Will Friedle Voices

Will Friedle. William Alan “Will” Friedle is an American voice actor. He’s known for voicing: Ron Stoppable in Disney’s Kim Possible and Batman/Terry McGinnis in Batman Beyond.

Will Friedle Movies





Don’t Just Sit There



Law & Order



Boy Meets World

Eric Matthews


The Gift of Love


Are You Afraid of the Dark?

Jimmy Armstrong


ABC Afterschool Special

Jason Gallagher


My Date with the President’s Daughter

Duncan Fletcher


Zoe, Duncan, Jack and Jane

Jeremy Pinter

H-E Double Hockey Sticks


Odd Man Out

Phillip Evans


Batman Beyond

Terry McGinnis/Batman, additional voices


The Zeta Project

Terry McGinnis/Batman

3rd Rock from the Sun


Go Fish

Pete Troutner


All That


The Random Years



Kim Possible

Ron Stoppable


Jack’s House


Regular Joe


Kim Possible: A Sitch in Time

Ron Stoppable


Lilo & Stitch: The Series

Mackey Macaw Manager, Ron Stoppable


Static Shock

Terry McGinnis/Batman, Pilot

Teen Titans

Fang, Frozen Promgoer

Less Than Perfect



Justice League Unlimited

Kyle Rayner/Green Lantern, Terry McGinnis/Batman II, Redcoat #3


Kim Possible Movie: So the Drama

Ron Stoppable

Everything You Want

Calvin Dillwaller

The Batman



American Dragon: Jake Long

Cousin Greggy


Ben 10: Alien Force

Ken Tennyson

The Secret Saturdays

Doyle Blackwell


TMNT: Back to the Sewer



Turtles Forever

Miyamoto Usagi, additional voices


Batman: The Brave and the Bold

Jaime Reyes/Blue Beetle


The Penguins of Madagascar

Randy the Sheep


Sym-Bionic Titan

Bryan, Jason, Student #1






Lion-LOL, Captain America, Owen Lars


Winx Club



Gravity Falls



Green Lantern: The Animated Series



Ultimate Spider-Man

Wade Wilson/Deadpool

Transformers Prime: Beast Hunters



Teen Titans Go!

Kid Flash


Girl Meets World

Eric Matthews


Transformers: Robots in Disguise

Bumblebee, additional voices


Avengers Assemble

Peter Quill/Star-Lord, Jeter Kan Toon


Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H.

Peter Quill/Star-Lord


Guardians of the Galaxy

Peter Quill/Star-Lord



Loboster Boy


Stretch Armstrong and the Flex Fighters

Officer Reynolds, Additional voices

Will Friedle  Video

Will Friedle Twitter

Will Friedle Instagram

Will Friedle Interview



So, Will, you’re finally coming down to Supanova?

Ahhhh I can’t wait.

You’ve been to Australia before?

No never. This is my first time. I’m taking my wife and we are just ecstatic to get down there.

Have you got anything you want to do outside of when you arrive around Supanova?

No, I mean we’re kind of those people that we like to play things by ear. We plan certain things. We love food, so I’m sure we’ll plan some good restaurants and some good meals, but other than that, it’s kind of wake up and what do we want to do today?

Nice. That’s how you should play it.

That’s how we roll yeah, because to me if you have everything planned out then it doesn’t necessarily feel like your kind of chilling out. We are certainly working and meeting the fans the two weekends that we’re at the Cons, but other than that, we may just, one day, want to kind of sit down and read a book or just take a nice long walk through the city. We don’t know. We like to play it by ear.

Well, I have to say thank you for doing such a bloody good job with Star-Lord. I and my boys love watching the series. It’s fantastic.

Oh, that’s awesome. Thank you so much for saying that. And I had so much fun doing it.

Your many amazing lists of voices, my favorites being, of course, Peter Quill and your Batman Beyond. There just awesome to behold. If I listed them all, we’d be here all bloody day, so I won’t. Is there anyone you haven’t voiced yet that you’d love to give a go?

Yeah, you know, it’s funny because I get asked that question a lot, so it really made me think, okay who would I want to play? And the only one that I can come up with that constantly jumps to the top of the list is, I’m never allowed to play a bad guy. For some reason, they just don’t let me play bad guys. I would love to be Cobra Commander from GI Joe. Yeah like the 80s Cobra Commander, like original whiny Cobra Commander, that would be pretty cool.

Nice, since Boy Meets World you seem to have stepped away from having your face on TV so much. Then a new series, Girl Meets World came out. Were you nervous to get back into the live action series after so long?

It was very nerve-wracking for me in one aspect, because I hadn’t been on camera in so long, and I didn’t think I ever wanted to do it again, but it was like coming home because it was the same cast and the same crew. So, if I ever was going to go back and be on camera again, they couldn’t have aligned the stars any better than they did for me to come back.

I thought I was going to jump back on camera, have a little bit of fun and leave and, of course, that got the juices flowing again, and I started to do some stuff on camera. And I can’t talk about some things, but I’ve got some pretty cool stuff coming out soon. I’m excited again. It’s been a really interesting time in my career.

I was going to ask you what have you got coming up next? Anything you can talk about?

Sure, we’ve got another season of Transformer Robots in Disguisecoming out. We’ve got another season of Guardians of the Galaxy coming out. I’m on a new show on Netflix called Stretch Armstrong, which is an animated series about the Stretch Armstrong toy. So yeah there’s a bunch of stuff that I can talk about, but then some very cool things that will hopefully be coming out, well I’ll be able to talk about them in the next two or three months.

You’re coming back to being Bumblebee? That’s exciting!

Oh, I am absolutely for Robots in Disguise.

We’re seeing more of Guardians of Galaxy too, so that’s not being canned anytime soon, which is good news in today’s era of much-loved shows being canceled too soon.

No kidding, right? Yeah, no, the Guardians are going strong, we’re having an amazing run and the new season is pretty fantastic. We’re excited to see all the stuff that comes out. The cast is amazing. Some incredible guest stars. A really incredible story line. We’re excited, we really are.

Well, I have to ask, we’re a bunch of geeks here at the Iris so you know, video games, TV shows, movies, but are you a DC or Marvel fanboy?

I’ve been asked this a lot. Now I am not a huge comic book fan. For me it’s all about cartoons and movies, so as long as they’re good I don’t pick a team because I’ve been Batman, I’ve been Star-Lord, I’ve been Deadpool, I’ve been Green Lantern. I straddle both sides of the fence. I know it’s a very political answer, but it’s true, because if it’s a good cartoon, I mean, yeah for years DC cartoons with Batman the Animated SeriesSuperman, Justice League, those are all unbelievable. But then Marvel started to kick butt with TheAvengers and Spider-Man, and Guardians of the Galaxy, so you know I’m a fan, as long as the product is good, you got my money. I’m excited when any of these films come out, I’m one of the first ones there. I was just as excited for Guardians of the Galaxy as I was for Wonder Woman, and I love them both. I’ll talk all day if it’s something I can nerd out about.

Perfect answer. What do you do in your downtime when you’re not in a studio voice acting or showing off?

Well, I’m married so with my wife, we like to hang out, we like to travel. I am a big fan of Dungeon and Dragons so I’ve got my weekly D&D game.

Oh yeah?

Oh yeah! There’s some fun stuff. I’m most relaxed and most at myself when I am sitting down somewhere quiet with a big thick fantasy novel in my hand. That’s when I am the happiest! When I’m halfway through the Wheel of Time for my eighth time around, I’m pretty excited. Also, Brandon Sanderson’s new book is coming out, The Stormlight Archive, I think is coming out in November. I can’t wait, so that’s going to be awesome.

Well, I’ve been trying to get my kids’ faces out of the iPads and back on to the table top. So yeah, we’ve been getting into some King of Tokyo and some other great tabletop games. You know, ease them in, it’s been great.

That’s awesome, how old are your kids?

10 and 6 years old.

Does the 10-year-old like to read yet?

Yeah, he does.

So, you’ve got an amazing young fantasy author over there, an author named John Flanagan who does an incredible series called the Ranger’s Apprentice. Ranger’s Apprentice John started writing because his son didn’t like to read, so he started telling this story and then he started to write it down. There are now like 12 or 13 books. They’re awesome. So, 10 years old is the perfect time to start him on them. He will love these books.