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Fred Savage

Fred Savage
  • Career: Actor Director
  • Top celebrities: 4725
  • BirthDate: 1976, 09 of July , Chicago, Illinois, USA
  • Spouse: Jennifer Stone Savage (7 August 2004 - present) 2 children
  • Zodiac sign: Cancer
  • Facts of life

    Fredrick Aaron Savage may also be called as Fred Savage who is an actor, producer and director of American film and television. He was born on 9th July 1976 in Chicago, Illinois. His brother, Ben Savage is an actor and his sister, Kala Savage is also an actress and a musician. He became very familiar after performing in the television series The Wonder Years as Kevin Arnold and in The Princess Bride as the grandson in the year 1987. When he was 9 years old, Savage was first introduced in the Morningstar/Eveningstar television show. He also appeared in many TV shows like The Boy Who Could Fly, Dinosaurs! , Crime Story and The Twilight Zone. Daddy Day Camp was his first directed film in 2007. Jennifer Lynn Stone was his childhood friend, to whom he got married in the year 2004 and the couple has three kids. He also produced many episodes of Happy Endings, Phil of the Future, Party Down, Friends with Benefits and It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia.

  • Awards: Won Saturn Award - 1990 for "Best Performance by a Younger Actor for:Vice Versa (1988)."
    Nominated DGA Award - 2012 for "Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Comedy Series for:"Modern Family" (2009). For episode "After the Fire""
    Nominated DGA Award - 2010 for "Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Children's Programs for:"Zeke und Luther" (2009). For the pilot episode."
    Nominated DGA Award - 2008 for "Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Children's Programs for:"Die Zauberer vom Waverly Place" (2007). For episode "The Crazy 10 Minute Sale"."
    Nominated DGA Award - 2007 for "Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Children's Programs for:"Phil aus der Zukunft" (2004). For episode "Not So Great Great Great Grandpa"."
    Nominated Emmy - 1990 for "Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series for:"The Wonder Years" (1988). (ABC)."
    Nominated Emmy - 1989 for "Outstanding Lead Actor in a Comedy Series for:"The Wonder Years" (1988). (ABC)."
    Nominated Golden Globe - 1991 for "Best Performance by an Actor in a TV-Series - Comedy/Musical for:"The Wonder Years" (1988)."
    Nominated Golden Globe - 1990 for "Best Performance by an Actor in a TV-Series - Comedy/Musical for:"The Wonder Years" (1988)."
    Won People's Choice Award - 1991 for "Favorite Young TV Performer"
    Won People's Choice Award - 1990 for "Favorite Young TV Performer"
    Nominated Razzie Award - 2008 for "Worst Director for:Der Kindergarten Daddy 2 - Das Feriencamp (2007)."
    Won Q Award - 1990 for "Best Actor in a Quality Comedy Series for:"The Wonder Years" (1988)."
    Won Q Award - 1989 for "Best Actor in a Quality Comedy Series for:"The Wonder Years" (1988)."
    Nominated Young Artist Award - 1990 for "Best Young Actor Starring in a Motion Picture for:The Wizard (1989)."
    Won Young Artist Award - 1989 for "Best Young Actor - Starring in a Television Comedy Series for:"The Wonder Years" (1988)."
    Won Young Artist Award - 1988 for "Best Young Actor in a Motion Picture - Drama for:The Princess Bride (1987)."
    Won Young Artist Award - 1987 for "Exceptional Performance by a Young Actor, Supporting Role, Feature Film - Comedy, Fantasy or Drama for:The Boy Who Could Fly (1986)."
  • Position in top best awards winner: 851
  • Films with Fred Savage: Generator Rex - 2010-2012
    Being Bin Laden - 2011
    Single White Millionaire - 2009
    Kim Possible - 2004-2007
    Holidaze: The Christmas That Almost Didn't Happen - 2006
    Crumbs - 2006
    Justice League - 2004
    Welcome to Mooseport - 2004
    The Last Run - 2004
    Oswald - 2001-2003
    Law & Order: Special Victims Unit - 2003
    The Rules of Attraction - 2002
    Austin Powers in Goldmember - 2002
    State of Grace - 2002
    Area 52 - 2001
    Working - 1997-1999
    Boy Meets World - 1998
    The Jungle Book: Mowgli's Story - 1998
    The Outer Limits - 1997
    A Guy Walks Into a Bar - 1997
    How Do You Spell God? - 1996
    No One Would Tell - 1996
    The Wonder Years - 1988-1993
    Christmas on Division Street - 1991
    Captain Planet and the Planeteers - 1991
    When You Remember Me - 1990
    The Wizard - 1989
    Little Monsters - 1989
    ABC Weekend Specials - 1988
    Run Till You Fall - 1988
    Vice Versa - 1988
    The Princess Bride - 1987
    Convicted: A Mother's Story - 1987
    Dinosaurs! - 1987
    Crime Story - 1986
    The Twilight Zone - 1986
    The Boy Who Could Fly - 1986
    Morningstar/Eveningstar - 1986
    Untitled Martin Lawrence Project - 2012
    Best Friends Forever - 2012
    Whitney - 2012
    2 Broke Girls - 2011
    Modern Family - 2011
    Happy Endings - 2011
    How to Be a Gentleman - 2011
    Friends with Benefits - 2011
    Franklin & Bash - 2011
    The Paul Reiser Show - 2011
    Breaking In - 2011
    Mr. Sunshine - 2011
    Gigantic - 2011
    Perfect Couples - 2011
    Blue Mountain State - 2010
    Party Down - 2009-2010
    Big Time Rush - 2010
    Sons of Tucson - 2010
    Greek - 2009-2010
    Everyday Kid - 2010
    Tax Man - 2010
    It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia: A Very Sunny Christmas - 2009
    It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia - 2007-2009
    Ruby & the Rockits - 2009
    Zeke and Luther - 2009
    My Boys - 2009
    Worst Week - 2008
    Ugly Betty - 2008
    It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia Season 3: Dancing Guy - 2008
    Wizards of Waverly Place - 2007-2008
    Aliens in America - 2007-2008
    Daddy Day Camp - 2007
    Ned's Declassified School Survival Guide - 2004-2007
    Hannah Montana - 2006-2007
    Cavemen - 2007
    Phil of the Future - 2004-2006
    Kitchen Confidential - 2006
    Unfabulous - 2004-2005
    Stephen's Life - 2005
    That's So Raven - 2003-2005
    What I Like About You - 2005
    Zoey 101 - 2005
    Drake & Josh - 2004
    Oliver Beene - 2003
    Even Stevens - 2001-2002
    All About Us - 2001
    Boy Meets World - 1999-2000
    Working - 1999
    Party Down -
    It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia - 2008-2009
    Phil of the Future - 2005-2006
    Kevin Pollak's Chat Show - 2011
    Family Guy - 2009
    Danny DeVito & the Contract - 2007
    Jimmy Kimmel Live! - 2007
    Entertainment Tonight - 2006
    Celebrity Poker Showdown - 2006
    Hooked - 2006/I
    Ellen: The Ellen DeGeneres Show - 2006
    The View - 2006
    Biography - 2005
    Situation: Comedy - 2005
    The Tonight Show with Jay Leno - 1992-2004
    World Poker Tour - 2004
    2003 Much Music Video Music Awards - 2003
    TVography: The Wonder Years - Comedy Coming of Age - 2002
    As You Wish: The Story of 'The Princess Bride' - 2001
    Child Stars: Their Story - 2000
    Late Night with Conan O'Brien - 1997-1999
    The Daily Show with Jon Stewart - 1997
    The Rosie O'Donnell Show - 1997
    John & Leeza from Hollywood - 1993
    The 19th Annual People's Choice Awards - 1993
    Seinfeld - 1992
    The 18th Annual People's Choice Awards - 1992
    Victory & Valor: Special Olympics World Games - 1991
    The 43rd Annual Primetime Emmy Awards - 1991
    Voices that Care - 1991
    The 48th Annual Golden Globe Awards - 1991
    The 17th Annual People's Choice Awards - 1991
    The 42nd Annual Primetime Emmy Awards - 1990
    Jerry Lewis MDA Labor Day Telethon - 1990
    Saturday Night Live - 1990
    The 16th Annual People's Choice Awards - 1990
    Happy Birthday, Bugs!: 50 Looney Years - 1990
    The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson - 1989
    The 49th Annual Golden Apple Awards - 1989
    The 41st Annual Primetime Emmy Awards - 1989
    The 15th Annual People's Choice Awards - 1989
    The 46th Annual Golden Globe Awards - 1989
    Comic Relief III - 1989
    Animal Crack-Ups - 1987
    Special Collector's Edition - 2011
    Child Star Confidential - 2006
    VM Show Vol. 2 - 2005
    50 Cutest Child Stars: All Grown Up - 2005
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Also born in July 1975-1998