Wellesley Wild

Wellesley Wild
Born Henry Wellesley Wild[1]
(1972-04-27) April 27, 1972[2]
New York, New York, U.S.
Occupation Writer, voice actor, executive producer
Years active 1999–present

Wellesley Wild (born April 27, 1972) is an American animation writer. He is best known for writing and producing several episodes of the animated series Family Guy. He is formerly executive producer and an occasional voice actor for the show.

Wild attended Westminster School, a Founders League prep school located in Simsbury, Connecticut. Family Guy creator Seth MacFarlane also attended another Founders League school, the Kent School in Kent, Connecticut. Wild also wrote for The Late Late Show with Craig Kilborn during the show's first year.[3]


Wild joined Family Guy in 2005, and has since written and produced multiple episodes, including:

In August 2010 Wild and his writing partner Alec Sulkin signed a three-year pact with 20th Century Fox TV.[4] The two will continue working on Family Guy and will develop their own television series.[5] Discussing whether or not the new series would be a live action or an animation, Wild said, "We've been throwing around both ideas."[6] Their joint production, Dads premiered on September 17, 2013.

He co-wrote the 2012 film Ted with Sulkin and MacFarlane and also wrote the 2014 film A Million Ways to Die in the West and "Ted 2" (2015).


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