Albie Whitaker – Flight of the Navigator

This picture is from the movie Flight of the Navigator.

This picture is from the movie Flight of the Navigator.

I have very little information on Albie Whitaker but I do know what he’s up to now. Albie is known for his part of 8-year-old Jeff Freeman, the younger brother of Joey Cramer’s character David Freeman, in Flight of the Navigator. Matt Adler plays 16-year-old Jeff Freeman later in the movie.

Albie graduated from the University of Georgia (www.uga.edu) with a Bachelor’s degree and from Emory University (www.emory.edu) with a Master of Business Administration. Now, Albie lives in Atlanta, Georgia and works as a Financial Advisor at Morgan Stanley (www.morganstanley.com) (2013 to present). He’s also worked at Bernstein Global Wealth Financial Services Advisor (www.alliancebernstein.com) as the Vice President (2010 to 2013) and at Merrill Lynch (www.ml.com/US) as a Private Wealth Advisor (2006 to 2009).

His filmography only includes Flight of the Navigator (1986), and his current picture is below:

This is a picture of Albie Whitaker from his LinkedIn profile in 2013.

This is a picture of Albie Whitaker from his LinkedIn profile in 2013.

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Jason Hervey – The Wonder Years

This picture is from his Wonder Years' days.

This picture is from his Wonder Years’ days.

Jason Hervey is my next subject of interest, better known as Wayne Arnold, the older brother of Kevin Arnold – played by Fred Savage – on the ABC television show The Wonder Years (1988 to 1993). He was born on April 6, 1972 in Los Angeles, California to Alan and Marsha Hervey. His brother is Scott Hervey and is married to Shannon. Jason and Shannon have two children together and a stepson, his wife’s son.

After The Wonder Years went off the air in 1993, Jason kept his acting career active until 2007, doing several made-for-TV movies and short-lived television series. His main source of activity is producing, which started in 1996 and currently remains active with producing television shows such as Hardcore Pawn: Chicago and See Dad Run.

Jason also helped write several television series. The lastest TV series he helped write was The Catalina (2012).

His filmography includes:

On-Sreen/Voiceover Appearances
Selling of Vince D’Angelo (1976); Trapper John, M.D. (1979); The Love Boat (1981); ABC Afterschool Specials – Daddy, I’m Their Mama Now (1982); The Buddy System (1984); Meatballs Part II (1984); Frankenweenie (1984); The Ratings Game (1984); Police Academy 2: Their First Assignment (1985); Wildside (1985); Back to the Future (1985); Pee Wee’s Big Adventure (1985); Sidekicks (1986); Diff’rent Strokes (1985 to 1986); Fast Times (1986); Back to School (1986); Walt Disney’s Wonderful World of Color – Little Spies (1986); The Monster Squad (1987); Simon & Simon (1988); Punky Brewster (1988); The Wonder Years (1988 to 1993); Return to Zork (1993); For Goodness Sake (1993); Take Me Home Again (1994); Spring Fling! (1995); Baywatch Nights (1995); Do Me a Favor (1997); Love Boat: The Next Wave (1998); The Last Great Ride (1999); 100 Deeds for Eddie McDowd (2001 to 2002); Justice League (2004)

Producer
All Pro Sports (1996); A Day with Officer Pete (1997); WCW/NWO Superstar Series: Diamond Dallas Page – Feel the Bang (1998); Chowdaheads (1999); WCW Superstar Series (1999); Shutterspeed (2000); First Target (2000); WCW Superstar Series (2001); Go For It (2002); First Shot (2002); Sturgis: At Full Throttle (2004); I Want to be a Hilton (2005); Billy Ray Cyrus: Home at Last (2007); Scott Baio is 45 . . . And Single (2007 to 2008); The Butler’s in Love (2008); Hulk Hogan’s Celebrity Championship Wrestling (2008); Party Monsters: Cabo (2008 to 2009); Confessions of a Teen Idol (2009); Running Wild (2009); Posse: Young Guns of PBR (2009); Hulkamania: Let the Battle Begin (2009); Finding Hulk Hogan (2010); Lay It Down (2010); Beverly Hills Fabulous (2011); Bear Swamp Recovery (2011); Hulk Hogan’s Micro Championship Wrestling (2011); Big Easy Brides (2011); Gretta Style (2012); The Devil’s Ride (2012); The Catalina (2012); See Dad Run (2012 to 2013); Hardcore Pawn: Chicago (2013)

Writer
A Day with Officer Pete (1997); I Want to be a Hilton (2005); Scott Baio is 45 . . . And Single (2007 to 2008); Lay It Down (2010); Beverly Hills Fabulous (2011); Hogan’s Micro Championship Wrestling (2011); Big Easy Brides (2011); The Devil’s Ride (2012); The Catalina (2012)

Developer
Confessions of a Teen Idol (2009)

His Twitter handle is @JasonHervey.

Photo from 2006

Photo from 2006

I credit imdb.com and a few message boards for my information.