Jason Hervey

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Jason Hervey
Birth name Jason Robert Hervey
Born April 6, 1972 in Los Angeles, California, USA
Notable Roles Wayne Arnold in The Wonder Years
Notable Episodes
Awards

Contents

Roles

Starring Roles

Series Role Year(s) Season(s)
The Wonder Years Wayne Arnold 1988–1993 1 2 3 4 5 6

Guest Starring Roles

Series Role Episode Airdate
Diff'rent Strokes Charlie 8x03 - Bully for Arnold October 4, 1985
Diff'rent Strokes Charlie 8x08 - So You Want to Be a Rock Star November 15, 1985
Diff'rent Strokes Charlie 8x09 - Speak No Evil November 29, 1985
Diff'rent Strokes Charlie 8x10 - Arnold's Bad Rep December 6, 1985
Diff'rent Strokes Charlie 8x12 - Arnold's Initiation January 10, 1986
Diff'rent Strokes Charlie 8x15 - Arnold's Tangled Web January 31, 1986
Diff'rent Strokes Charlie 8x17 - The Big Bribe February 21, 1986
Diff'rent Strokes Charlie 8x18 - The Photo Club February 28, 1986

Talk, News and Game Show Appearances

Series Episode Airdate
The New Hollywood Squares December 19-23, 1988
Live! with Regis and Kathie Lee December 20, 1989
Late Night with David Letterman December 21, 1989
Maury September 18, 1992
Entertainment Tonight December 31, 2008
Katie (2012) March 6, 2014
Good Morning America July 15, 2014

Awards and Accolades

Young Artist Awards

(7 Individual Nominations)

Trivia

  • His mother, Marsha worked as a talent agent and his father, Alan worked as a retail sales manager
  • Has a brother, Scott
  • Began appearing in commercials at the age of 4
  • Has appeared in over 250 commercials
  • Was married to Kelley O'Neill from 1994 to 1995
  • Married to his second wife, Shannon since 1998; they have two children: twins Shaina and Samuel (born in 2000); he has a stepson, Tyler from Shannon's previous relationship
  • Has his own production company along with former WCW Vice-President Eric Bischoff called Bischoff Hervey Entertainment
  • Worked as an executive producer for World Championship Wrestling television until the company closed in 2001
  • Served as the senior vice president of media and communications for HealthSouth Corporation from 2001 to 2003