Who is William Huckleberry Paisley?
William was born in Nashville, Tennessee USA, on 22 February 2007 – his zodiac sign is Pisces, and he holds American nationality. He’s only known for being the son of the famous American actress Kimberly Williams-Paisley, and the American country singer-songwriter Brad Douglas Paisley.
Early life and education
William is being raised in Nashville alongside his younger brother Jasper Warren Paisley, born in April 2009, by their parents who still find time for their children even though they both have tight schedules.
Kimberly and Brad prefer to keep their sons away from the media’s attention, and neither has uploaded pictures of them onto their social media accounts.
However, it’s believed that William is interested in country music, wanting to follow in his father’s footsteps, and has apparently also showed interest in acting, and is today a member of his high school’s drama club.
William enrolled at high school in 2021, so should be matriculating in 2025; it remains unknown if he’ll be interested in pursuing a college degree.
Hobbies and other interests
William is apparently into sports, and plays table tennis, soccer and basketball.
William’s a lover of animals, which is one of the reasons why he enjoys living on his family’s ranch in Nashville.
William has travelled a bit with his mother, who’s taken him and his brother to Los Angeles, California while shooting for some of her movies and TV series; he still seems to prefer staying at home over travelling.
William likes to watch movies in his spare time, and his favorite actor and actress are Johnny Depp and Emma Watson, while a couple of his favorite films include the franchises “Pirates of the Caribbean” and “Harry Potter”, and the romantic drama “The Perks of Being a Wallflower”.
Age, height and net worth
William’s age is 15. He has short brown hair and brown eyes, his height is 5ft 5ins (1.65m) and he weighs around 120lbs (55kgs).
As of February 2022, William doesn’t have his own independent net worth, but his father’s wealth is reputedly more than $120 million, and his mother’s over $10 million.
Who is his father, Brad Douglas Paisley?
Brad was born in Glen Dale, West Virginia USA, on 28 October 1972 – his zodiac sign is Scorpio, and he holds American nationality. He’s released 11 albums, all of which have been certified Gold or better by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA).
Brad was raised in Glen Dale as an only child, by his mother Sandra Jean ‘Sandy’ (nee Jarvis) who was a teacher, and his father Douglas Edward ‘Doug’ Paisley, who worked at the West Virginia Department of Transportation. Brad became interested in country music aged eight, when he received a Sears Danelectro Silvertone guitar from his grandfather Warren Jarvis, who then also taught him to play it. He was nine when he performed at church, and was then invited to play and sing at various Christmas parties and Mother’s Day events.
Brad wrote his first song, “Born on Christmas Day” aged 13, and around the same time founded the band Brad Paisley and the C-Notes, with his friend Clarence ‘Hank’ Goddard.
During his first year at John Marshall High School, Brad was invited to perform on the radio show “Jamboree USA”, and was then for the following decade once a week opening for popular country singers, including George Jones, Ricky Skaggs and The Judds. He matriculated in 1991, and then spent two years attending West Liberty State College before being awarded a scholarship to Belmont University’s Mike Curb School of Music Business, from which he graduated with a Bachelor of Business Administration degree in 1995.
Straight out of college, Brad signed a contract with EMI Music Publishing, and went on to write the song “Another You” for the former country musician David Kersh, and “Watching My Baby Not Come Back” for the country musician David Ball, with both songs becoming huge hits.
Brad’s debut album “Who Needs Pictures” was released in 1999, and its singles “He Didn’t Have to Be” and “We Danced” both topped the charts; the album was certified platinum in less than two years, selling more than a million copies. His second album “Part II” came out in 2001, and spawned hits “Two People Fall in Love”, “Wrapped Around” and “I Wish You’d Stay”. His third album “Mud on the Tires” followed two years later, and its single “Whiskey Lullaby” featuring Alison Krauss, peaked at #3 on the Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks Chart.
A couple of Brad’s following albums were “Time Well Wasted” (August 2005), “5th Gear” (June 2007), and “Play”, which came out on 4 November 2008.
Brad’s eighth album “This Is Country Music” was released in December 2010, with its lead single “Old Alabama” topping the charts, but then three years passed before the release of his ninth album, “Wheelhouse”, and then another year to release his 10th, “Moonshine in the Trunk” on 26 August 2014; his most recent (11th) album “Love and War” was released in April 2017.
Brad is also an author, and published his book “Jug Fishing for Greazy and Other Brad Paisley Fishing Stories” in 2003, while his second book “Diary of a Player: How My Musical Heroes Made a Guitar Man Out of Me”, eventually followed in 2011.
Prior to meeting Kimberly, Brad was in a year-long relationship with the American country singer Chely Wright, but has said that she didn’t treat him well.
Brad is a huge fan of sports, and cheers for the Cleveland Browns of National Football League (NFL), and for the Los Angeles Dodgers of Major League Baseball (MLB).
Who is William’s mother Kimberly Williams-Paisley?
Kimberly was born in Rye, New York State USA, on 14 September 1971 – her zodiac sign is Virgo, and she holds American nationality. She’s an actress, film producer and director, who’s appeared in more than 50 movies and TV series, while she’s perhaps still known best for her debut film appearance portrayal of the supporting character Annie Banks, in the 1991 romantic family comedy movie “Father of the Bride”. It was directed by Charles Shyer, starred Steve Martin, Diane Keaton and Martin Short, and follows a father who won’t let his older daughter marry; the movie won one of the six awards for which it was nominated.
Kimberly was raised in Rye alongside her sister Ashley and brother Jay, by their father Gurney Williams III who was a science writer, and their mother Linda Barbara (nee Payne), who was a philanthropist; Kimberly’s sister is today also an actress.
Kimberly became interested in acting while attending a local high school, and appeared in numerous plays performed both at the school and a local theatre; she matriculated in 1989, and the following year saw her make her debut TV series appearance, in the episode “Stood Up!” of the adventure comedy “ABC Afterschool Specials”.
Kimberly gained recognition in 1996 and 1997, when she starred as Isabel Lukens in the romantic comedy series “Relativity”, created by Jason Katims, and which also starred David Conrad and Jane Adams. It follows two American people in their 20s, who have met and fallen in love in Italy; the series was nominated for four awards, including a Primetime Emmy.
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What was perhaps Kimberly’s most notable performance in the 2000s was her portrayal of Sandy Lengyel in the 2006 sports movie “We Are Marshall”, directed by McG, and which starred Matthew McConaughey, Matthew Fox and Anthony Mackie. It follows the lives of the surviving members of the Marshall University football team, after some of their star players and their coach have died in a plane crash. Kimberly is also known for having starred as Dana in 165 episodes of the hit romantic comedy series “According to Jim”, between 2001 and 2009.
Kimberly played Gretchen in six episodes of the romantic comedy series “Two and a Half Men” in 2014, while some of her most recent roles have been in the 2020 family adventure comedy movie “The Christmas Chronicles: Part Two”, and in 2021 the romantic film “Sister Swap: A Hometown Holiday”, and the romantic comedy movie “Sister Swap: Christmas in the City”.
Kimberly has won four of the eight awards for which she has been nominated, including two Heartland International Film Festival Awards and two Sedona International Film Festival Awards wins, for her performance in the 2006 short romantic movie “Shade”.