Wilson Bethel definitely has all that it takes to be a leading man in Hollywood – good looks, charm, and talent. Considering his résumé so far, there is no doubt the actor will go on to do great things in the entertainment industry. Wilson has been active in Hollywood since 2004, although he did take a brief break from 2005 till 2008 to focus on other things.
The actor is best known for his role as Wade Kinsella in Hart Of Dixie and as Charles Mahoney in How To Get Away With Murder. As far as actors go, Wilson Bethel does not get the recognition he deserves. Thankfully, his luck is about to change seeing as he landed the role of Bullseye in the third season of the critically acclaimed Netflix superhero show, Daredevil.
The character, Bullseye – who is an assassin – is described as a psychopath who chose his profession as a means of acting on his homicidal tendencies. This will no doubt be a complex and gritty role; giving Wilson Bethel a chance to flex his acting muscles and show Hollywood what he is capable of.
Bio & Age
Stephen Wilson Bethel was born on the 24th February 1984 in Hillsborough, New Hampshire, United States to Steve Bethel and Joyce Maynard. Joyce his mother, is the author of To Die For, The Good Daughters and The Usual Rules. The actor has two other siblings – Charlie Bethel and Audrey Bethel.
Beyond this, not a lot is known about his early life as he mostly keeps that part of his personal life away from the media.
Wilson Bethel first showed up on television with minor roles in programs like NCIS, Cold Case, and JAGS. He landed a major role as an Army Special Operation Soldier in the Vietnam war film, 1968 Tunnel Rats. He also appeared in the HBO mini-series Generation Kill playing Corporal Evan “Q-Tip” Stafford. Wilson later appeared in the HBO documentary Making Generation Kill.
More so, Wilson appeared in various TV series and movies like The Young And The Restless, Hart Of Dixie, Inherent Vice, The Perfect Student and How To Get Away With Murder, showing off his acting skills.
On Hart Of Dixie, he played Wade Kinsella, the bad boy neighbor and love interest of the show’s lead character Zoe Hart, played by Rachel Bilson. Wade, the character, was a bartender who can be described as “eccentric”. Though the Wade was as written as an unambitious and immature playboy, the way Wilson Bethel played the role with charm and heart should be applauded.
Wilson Bethel recently starred as Ray Weishaar, a Class A Racing Champion, in the TV mini-series, Harley And The Davidsons in 2016.
Wilson Bethel is also the creator and star of the hilarious web series Stupid Hype, for the CW’s online platform CWD (CW Digital). The series also stared Job Huerta, Rochelle Aytes, Vince Green and Flava Flav.
Wilson Bethel’s Net worth
The talented actor, Wilson Bethel, has amassed an impressive net worth of $4 million dollars. He reportedly earned a huge part of that impressive amount from sponsorship deals. Considering how ambitious and relentless he is in his career, we’re sure to see that amount go up in the future as he continues to bag bigger and better roles.
Personal Life – Married or Girlfriend?
Who would have expected the dashing actor is to be single and without kids? Yes, it’s true; although Wilson Bethel is surrounded by beautiful women most of the time, the actor is not scandalous and he is still on the market.
Presently, it is not known if his reason for being unmarried is that he hasn’t found love or that he simply doesn’t believe in the institution. Maybe like George Clooney before Amal, he has vowed to be a Hollywood bachelor.
However, his dating life is not nonexistent; in 2014, he dated Hassie Harrison, an American actress best known for her roles in Southbound, Dementia and The Iron Orchard.
We’ve all seen Wilson Bethel display his romantic side skillfully on screen leaving everyone jealous, however, in reality, his love life is nothing like it. If he presently has a significant other in his life, this would make him very adept at keeping his love life a secret.