Wil Willis is a former army officer who now works as an actor and a writer. Most of the actors are known by their acting skills, but Wil is known for his weaponry which can be seen in his shows like Triggers: Weapons That Changed the World, Forged in Fire and military reality television show Special Ops Mission.
Born under the birth sign of Aquarius on Valentine's Day or 14th February 1975 in Portugal, the television personality Wil Willis holds American nationality and belongs to white ethnicity.
Wil belongs to a Military family; he lived in different military bases until his father retired from the military in 1991. He grew up with his four siblings, two brothers and two sisters.
He completed his high school in 1993. After finishing his high school education, he was recruited in the army and served the Army's 3rd Ranger Battalion.
Wil Willis is not single; the Forged in Fire host married wife Krystle Amina. Wil and his partner dated for sometime and got engaged on 24th March 2017. The couple tied the knot after seven months of their engagement on 11th October 2017.
Willis and his spouse show enormous love for each other. Furthermore, the television personality often shares his wife's picture on his Instagram account.
Wil Willis has two sons from his previous relationship Caleb and Jacob. Both of them were happy to see his dad's marriage.
The couple is waiting for the new arrival in their family. They announced their pregnancy on August 7, 2019, so this means, their child will be born by May 2020.
Wil Willis accumulated a net worth of around $500 thousand. He earned his net worth as a TV host and from his acting skills.
Willis served 5 years in the military and his annual salary was around $37,896. He was also an Air Force Pararescueman and so, he earned around $28,889 to $43,955 per year from his job.
The American personality lives in a luxurious house that is worth thousands of dollars. He rides the Chevy Nova 1960.
Wil was serving his country before getting into the entertainment business. He served five years in the Army's 3rd Ranger Battalion from 1993 to 1998. After that, he worked as the Air Force Pararescueman from June 1998 to March 2007 and reserve duty from August 2007 to August 2008 in Pararescueman.
Willis debuted in show business in television documentary series Rescue Warrior in 2005. Four years later, he got his own television series Special Ops Mission as Whiskey Whiskey in 2009.
His other major shows are Triggers; Weapons That Change the World (2011 to 2013) and Forged in Fire (2015 to 2016 with 13 episodes).