|Birth Day:||July 18, 1974|
|Birth Place:||USA, Not Known|
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On April 19, 2009, he married fellow screenwriter Maurissa Tancharoen. Their first child, daughter Benny Sue Whedon, was born on March 5th, 2015.
Prior to Dr. Horrible, Whedon composed scores for video games, and was a member of his now defunct Los Angeles-based band The Southland. In 2010, he released an album entitled History of Forgotten Things under the band name "Jed Whedon and the Willing". Assisting him on the album were his wife Maurissa Tancharoen and their mutual friend Felicia Day, The Southland's guitarist and co-songwriter Nicholas Gusikoff and bassist Ethan Phillips, Jed's longtime friends Amir Yaghmai and Beau Barbour, and Jed's brothers Zack and Sam.
In 2012, he released an EP with his wife Maurissa titled This Girl, which includes the track "Remains", written in 2009 for the TV show Dollhouse's season one finale, "Epitaph". Assisting on album are Felicia Day singing backing vocals on "Second Nature" and "Mr. Electric" and Sam Whedon playing guitar on "Dangerous". In contrast to most of Jed's other music, lyrics are credited to Maurissa first on this record. The following year, both he and his wife sang on Joss' original score for his movie Much Ado About Nothing.
In 2016, his band, Jed Whedon and the Willing, released their second studio album, an EP titled Like Snow with assistance from longtime musical collaborators Amir Yaghmai and Zack Whedon.
Currently, Jed Whedon is 48 years, 6 months and 13 days old. Jed Whedon will celebrate 49th birthday on a Tuesday 18th of July 2023.
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