Wyatt Russell

Wyatt Russell Movies and TV Shows

In less than two years since retiring from hockey following an injury-plagued season with Groningen of the Dutch league, Wyatt Russell has found a new and very interesting line of work. In one of his first major acting roles, Russell appears in the new film by director Judd Apatow, "This is 40," as a hockey player who flirts with one of the film's stars, Leslie Mann, who also happens to be Apatow's wife. For 26-year-old Russell, whose parents are actors Kurt Russell and Goldie Hawn, the day spent shooting the scene was a unique convergence of his lifelong passion and his Hollywood upbringing.

Personal info

  • Gender: Male
  • Date of birth: 7/10/1986 (35 years old)
  • Place of birth: Los Angeles, California, USA

Acting

Year
Genre
IMDB
TMDB
Available on the following streaming services in the United States
2022

Crime

Drama

Mystery

92%
The Woman in the Window
The Woman in the Window (2021)
IMDB 5.7
TMDB 62%
role:
David & 1 more
2021

Crime

Drama

Mystery

Thriller

5.7
62%
The Falcon and the Winter Soldier
IMDB 7.2
TMDB 78%
role:
John Walker / Captain America / U.S. Agent & 1 more
2021

Action

Adventure

Drama

Sci-Fi & Fantasy

7.2
78%
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Overlord
IMDB 6.6
TMDB 67%
role:
Corporal Lewis Ford
2018

Horror

Sci-Fi & Fantasy

War & Politics

6.6
67%
2017

Crime

Drama

Mystery

Thriller

6.3
59%
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Cowboys & Aliens
Cowboys & Aliens (2011)
IMDB 6.0
TMDB 55%
role:
Little Mickey
2011

Action

Thriller

Western

Sci-Fi & Fantasy

6.0
55%
High School
High School (2010)
IMDB 5.7
TMDB 58%
role:
Drug PSA Stoned Teenager
2010

Comedy

5.7
58%
Escape from L.A.
IMDB 5.7
TMDB 59%
role:
Orphan Boy & 1 more
1996

Action

Adventure

Thriller

Sci-Fi & Fantasy

5.7
59%

FAQs

Some movies or TV shows available in the United States starring or involving Wyatt Russell are, for example, Under the Banner of Heaven, The Falcon and the Winter Soldier and The Good Lord Bird.
The streaming services with the largest selection are Prime Video, iTunes and Google Play.
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