savage fredThe hero of the series “Years of Wonder” In the 1980s he participated as a producer and director for some chapters of the modified version that were currently under recording. However, the production announced that he would exit the project for inappropriate behavior, without giving further details, according to the portal Limit.
This version, which has the same name as the version from the 80s, Starring Fred Savage, who was invited by the production. However, the production stated in an official statement:
“Recently, we were informed of a series of inappropriate behavior on the part of Fred Savage and therefore an investigation has been opened. Once this process was completed, the decision was to terminate his role as executive producer and director of The Wonder of Years.”
This isn’t the first time Savage has been embroiled in a scandal. at 2018the costume designer for the original version of “The Wonder Years”, Monique Long He confirmed that in the early ’90s, he sued the actor and his partner Jason Harvey (played by Wayne, Kevin’s older brother) for trying to touch her without her consent. At the time of filing the complaint, Savage was 16 years old.
On that occasion represented Alley Millswho played Kevin’s mother, said Monique Long’s accusations were “absolutely ridiculous” and that Savage was”The coolest, coolest, and coolest human being ever walked the face of the earth“.
However, in 2018, Fashion designer Yeonju Hwangwho worked with Savage on the series “Mill” In 2015, she confirmed that the actor acted aggressively with her, and with other staff members in this production because he was born “A total hostile work environment,” and that his behavior was “aggressive and intimidating, and he constantly insulted many female employees.”
Fred Savage categorically denied the accusation, and after an investigation by the studio, no evidence was found to support the said claim.
The remake of “Wonder Years” is about an African American family during the 1960s, and as in the original, the story revolves around the life of a boy named Dean, who remembers his childhood, told in an adult voice.
When Savage was invited to the production, he said:
“Travel junkie. Coffee lover. Incurable social media evangelist. Zombie maven.”