Wil Traval is an Australian actor who is well-known for the portrayal of the role of Doctor Jack Quade in the Australian medical drama television series, ‘All Saints’. For this role, he was nominated by the Logie Awards for the Most Popular New Talent in the year 2005. Another one of his most notable roles came in the year 2015 when he played the main role of Will Simpson in the American television series, ‘Marvel’s Jessica Jones.’ Moreover, he is also well-known for the portrayal of the role of Joe Dooley for 13 episodes of the crime drama series, ‘Underbelly: The Golden Mile.’

Quick Info 
Full NameWilliam Traval
Date of Birth9 June, 1980
Birth PlaceVictoria, Australia
ParentsUnknown
ProfessionActor
SpouseTerasa Livingstone
Age40 years
Height6 feet and 3 inches
(1.88m/188cms)
EthnicityWhite
NationalityAustralian
ZodiacCancer
Weight74kgs (165lbs)
Net Worth$1.5 million

Where was Wil born and raised?

Wil Traval’s full name is William Traval. He was born on 9 June 1980 in Victoria, Australia to parents whose information is available at the moment. Likewise, there is no information regarding his family background and sibling details available online. However, it is known that he was raised by his parents in Victoria. Besides this, he is currently 40 years old with the zodiac sign of Cancer.

Wil Traval holds an Australian nationality and belongs to white ethnicity. Unfortunately, there is no information regarding his religious background and his religious beliefs.

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Where did Wil go to College?

Traval studied and completed his high school at some local school in Australia. For further studies, he studied at the La Trobe University which is a public research university located in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. Wil Traval graduated with a degree in Media and Literature and then studied at the National Institute of Dramatic Art.

 

How did Traval start his career?

Wil Traval gave his debut performance in the entertainment industry with the role of Val in the 2006 short movie, ‘The Last Days of Connie Hays’ followed by the role of Dace in the 2010 Australian horror movie, ‘Primal’. Wil Traval gave his debut performance on television in the year 2003 when he played the role of a uniformed cop for an episode and the role of Constable Tom Saunders for 2 episodes of the Australian television series, ‘White Collar Blue’.

 

Movies

He has also played the role of Richard in the 2013 movie, ‘Five Thirteen’ and the role of James in the 2018 movie, ‘Antidote’.

 

Television Series

The breakthrough moment of his career came when he went on to play the role of Jack Quade as the main cast of the 2004 Australian medical drama television series, ‘All Saints’ alongside Penny McNamee, and Cara Buono. for 5 seasons. Following the success of this role, he played the role of Dylan Abbott for an episode of the Australian television drama series, ‘McLeod’s Daughters’ and the role of Billy Simple in the Australian television miniseries, ‘Jessica’ in the same year.

Likewise, Wil Traval has also appeared with the role of Hamish McIntyre for 8 episodes of the Australian television drama series, ‘Rescue: Special Ops’ in the year 2009, the main role of Joe Dooley for 13 episodes of the crime drama series, ‘Underbelly: The Golden Mine’ in the year 2010 and the role of Craig Mattingly for an episode of the American crime drama action television series, ‘Leverage’.

Moreover, he can also be seen playing the roles of Neil Gannon, Tony Rush, and Jhonno for an episode each of series like the crime drama television series, ‘The Glades’ and the American crime drama mystery television series, ‘Dexter’ and for two episodes of the American television sitcom, ‘The Inbetweeners’ respectively all in the year 2012. In the year 2013, he had the role of Irwin Petrov for 8 episodes of the American drama television series, ‘Red Widow’, the role of Keith, and Sheriff of Nottingham for 5 episodes of the American fantasy adventure drama television series, ‘Once Upon a Time’ and the role of Jim Blackman for an episode of the American crime drama television series, ‘Rizzoli and Isles.’

In between the years, Wil Traval can be seen playing the roles of numerous characters in series and television movies like ‘CSI: Crime Scene Investigation’ in the year 2015, ‘Arrow’ in the year 2016, ‘Chicago P.D.’ in the year 2017 and ‘Deadly Matrimony’ in the year 2018. His most recent work came in the year 2020 when Wil Traval played the recurring role of Father Caleb Collins in the American prime time television soap opera, ‘Dynasty’ and the main role of Will Matthews in the American thriller streaming television series, ‘Messiah’.

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What Series did Wil win an award for?

Wil was nominated by the Logie Awards for the Most Popular New Talent in the male category for his work in ‘All Saints’ in the year 2005.

 

Who is Traval married to?

Wil Traval is married to his wife whose name is Terasa Livingstone in the year 2015. She is an actress by profession and they have been living happily ever since. However, the couple has not been blessed with any children to date and there have been no rumors regarding this topic.

 

Body Measurement

He stands at a height of 6 feet and 3 inches (1.88m/188cms) tall and weighs around 74kgs (165lbs). Moreover, he has a slim body physique with a pair of green-colored eyes and brown colored hair.

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Social Media

Traval is active on social media platforms. His official Instagram account (@wiltraval) has well over 16 thousand followers and his official Twitter account (@WilTraval) has over 6.5 thousand followers. In addition to this, Wil Traval also owns his website (www.wiltraval.com) where fans can visit and study his mini-biography and find his social media platforms.

What is the current net worth of Wil’s?

Wil Traval earns mostly from his acting career and as of the year 2020, he has an estimated net worth of around $1.5 million.

 

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