Wyatt Russell Net Worth & Biography

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Wyatt Russell is an American actor and former hockey player. Russell portrayed Corporal Lewis Ford in Julius Avery's 2018 horror film Overlord, Dud in AMC's Lodge 49 and John Walker in the Marvel Cinematic Universe Disney+ series The Falcon and the Winter Soldier (2021).

He is the son of celebrity couple actor and producer Kurt Russell and Goldie Hawn who is an actress, producer, dancer, and singer. He first appeared in 1987 movie Overboard as "Baby at Golf Course" at the age of only 1. In 1996 movie Escape from L.A. his role was the Orphan Boy (age 10). After that he did numerous other movies and TV shows.

He also played amateur and pro hockey as a goaltender for teams like Richmond Sockeyes, Langley Hornets, Coquitlam Express, Chicago Steel, Brampton Capitals, and Groningen Grizzlies. He quit playing hockey in 2010 due to injuries. As of , Wyatt Russell has an estimated net worth of about $5M. His parents, Kurt Russell & Goldie Hawn, have a combined net worth of $190 Million.

Net Worth

Some of Wyatt Russell's best moviews include Escape from L.A., Cowboys & Aliens, We Are What We Are, 22 Jump Street, At the Devil's Door, At the Devil's Door, Goon: Last of the Enforcers, Shimmer Lake, The Woman in the Window, Overlord. Wyatt Russell also did some TV shows as well including Law & Order: LA, The Walking Dead: The Oath, Lodge 49, The Falcon and the Winter Soldier etc. As of , Wyatt Russell has an estimated net worth of about $5M.

Favorite Quotes from Wyatt Russell

“In hockey, it was a freak show. I’m the son of actors and from California, and in Canada, hockey is a religion, so me coming in, it was like, ‘Who the hell is this guy?’ I just had to put my head down and work really hard, and it was difficult, but it made me who I am and gave me a backbone.” – Wyatt Russell
“When I stopped playing hockey and started acting, the last person I was going to ask for help was my dad. He’s the kind of being like, ‘I don’t know. It’s good work if you can get it. Good luck.” – Wyatt Russell
“I was in Toronto with my parents, and my dad took me to an outdoor hockey rink. I was 3 or 4, and I just remember everything about that day. For some reason, I thought, ‘This is it. This is what I’m supposed to do.’ And this is around the time that Gretzky came to L.A., so I immediately joined a hockey league.” – Wyatt Russell
“When you’re an athlete, you’ve got the horse blinders on pretty thick. Your exploration of other things in life tends to be limited because you have to have such a focus on what you’re doing. I wasn’t a good enough player to stray from that focus and still keep my ability.” – Wyatt Russell
“Recently, my dad has been teaching me a lot – like how to read a script. It used to just be about hockey or baseball or sports of whatever. We don’t have glitzy or glamour-y Hollywood-type talk, like, ‘Isn’t that person great?’ It’s more about the process of how it works.” – Wyatt Russell

Early life

Wyatt Hawn Russell was born on July 10, 1986 in Los Angeles, California, to actors Kurt Russell and Goldie Hawn. He is a grandson of actor Bing Russell, and a half-brother of actors Oliver Hudson and Kate Hudson. He is of German, English, Scottish, Irish and, from his maternal grandmother, Hungarian Jewish descent.


Russell played for numerous amateur and pro hockey teams as a goaltender including the Richmond Sockeyes, Langley Hornets, Coquitlam Express, Chicago Steel, Brampton Capitals, and Groningen Grizzlies. He also played NCAA hockey for the Chargers at the University of Alabama in Huntsville. He retired from professional hockey in 2010, his career cut short due to injuries.

Russell appeared in films, such as Escape from L.A., Soldier, Cowboys & Aliens, This Is 40, Love and Honor, We Are What We Are, and Goon: Last of the Enforcers. He also appeared in the 2014 film 22 Jump Street. In 2016, he co-starred in a film that premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival called Folk Hero & Funny Guy. In 2016, he starred in "Playtest", an episode of the anthology series Black Mirror.

In 2018, he and Jovan Adepo played the leads in the World War II-set horror film Overlord. In 2021, he starred as John Walker in the Disney+ series The Falcon and the Winter Soldier.