|Full Name||Albert William Upton|
|Birth Name||Willie Aames|
|Profession||Actor, director, television producer, screenwriter|
|Birth City||Newport Beach, California|
|Spouse||Vicki Weatherman (m. 1979–84) Maylo McCaslin (m. 1986–2009) Winnie Hung (m. 2014)|
|Date of Birth||July 15,1960|
Willie Aames is a TV actor, producer, and screenwriter perhaps famous for his portrayal of Tommy Bradford in the 1970 series, Eight Is Enough. He is also known for playing the roles of Buddy Lembeck on the sitcom of the eighties, Charles in Charge. Currently, he owns the net worth in thousands of dollars and has earned a good sum of money from his career as an actor.
Willie Aames was born Albert William Upton on the 15th July 1960, in Newport Beach, in California, United States of America. According to her birth date, her star sign is Cancer. He was raised by his parents; his father is a firefighter and mother is a manicurist.
Talking about the education, Aames attended Edison High School in Huntington Beach, California.
On March 21, 2014, Willie Aames is in a marital relationship with actress Winnie Hung. They met each other for the first time in Vancouver after the ship of Aames (where he works) pulled into the area.
Aames was married to Vicki Weatherman in 1979. They had a child named Christopher.
In 1986, he married Maylo McCaslin and shared a child, Harleigh Jean. After many years of living together, the pair divorced in 2009.
American actor, Aames has a net worth of $100 thousand. He has earned a good sum of money from his successful career as an actor, producer, and screenwriter.
Aames is known for his parts such as 12-year – old Benjamin Franklin in the miniseries, Benjamin Franklin and Tommy Bradford’s role in the sitcom. He played Robbie Hamlin‘s character on the ABC soap opera The Edge of Night before portraying Buddy Lembeck’s role in Charles in Charge in 1984.
In addition, he presented his voice to several productions, including Hank’s character in the Dungeons & Dragons cartoon. He arrived at the Celebrity Fit Club 2 of VH1 in 2005. He’s the 2004 TV Land Awards winner. The 2003 family film The Missy Files was written, directed and narrated by Willie Aames.