Cast of Stand by Me
Explore the cast of Stand by Me, the 1986 coming-of-age flick, including Wil Wheaton, who portrayed Gordie; River Phoenix, the wise-guy-yet-wise Chris; Corey Feldman, who played Teddy; Jerry O'Connell, the face of Vern; Kiefer Sutherland, who portrayed Ace; and Richard Dreyfuss, who played the writer. View full biographies, photos, videos and more, only at Biography.com.
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Philosopher geek Wil Wheaton, best known for his roles in the coming-of-age film Stand By Me and Star Trek: The Next Generation, has a huge fan following and is considered an important figure in the "geek" community.
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