Fred Savage’s Wife Jennifer Lynn Stone Age, Net Worth, Kids, Bio

Jennifer Lynn Stone became well-known after marrying American actor Fred Savage. Her spouse, Savage, is well-known for playing Kevin Arnold in the American television series The Wonder Years. Jennifer was also a commercial real estate agent in the past.

Age of Jennifer Lynn Stone

Jennifer Lynn Stone was born in Chicago, Illinois, in 1973. Her parents, siblings, and education are all kept private. Ben Savage and Kala Lynne Savage are her brother-in-law and sister-in-law, respectively.

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Caption: Jennifer Lynn Stone with her Husband (Sources: AmoMama)

Lewis Savage and Joanne Savage were her father-in-law and mother-in-law, respectively. Jennifer is of Caucasian ethnicity and of American nationality. Lynn also practices Christianity as a religion.


Jennifer Lynn Stone and her husband, Fred Savage, grew up together. The two were childhood neighbors as well. While growing up in Chicago, they became acquainted.

They also spent their childhood together in the Chicago suburbs. Unfortunately, they only had a few years of childhood together.

Their lives diverged in 1988 when he relocated from Chicago to Los Angeles to work on “The Wonder Years.” After ten years apart, they were reunited once more. In fact, the two reconnected at his 22nd birthday party. They started talking and smooching after their meeting and have been together ever since.

Jennifer Lynn Stone Married in Italy

Following their reconnection, the couple began dating. Fred proposed to Jennifer in September 2003 during their trip to Italy. They got engaged after saying ‘Yes’ to Savage’s proposal.

She wore a diamond-encrusted “5 carat cushion-cut Sapphire” ring. Neil Lane created the wedding ring in Los Angeles. The ring’s inscription reads

“I must have done something good” (a dialogue from Fred’s favorite movie “Sound of Music”)

Married Life of Jennifer Lynn Stone

Jennifer Lynn Stone married her husband, Fred Savage, on August 7th, 2004. Their lovely wedding ceremony took place at the L’Orangerie restaurant in Los Angeles, California. They married at a Jewish wedding and danced to “Baby, I Love You” (by Aretha Franklin).

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Caption: Jennifer Lynn Stone with Husband and Kids (Sources: Us Weekly)

Jennifer wore a strapless ivory Monique Lhuillier gown with diamond drop earrings, a necklace, and a diamond-platinum bracelet to her wedding, while her husband wore a black tuxedo. She carried a bouquet of mango-colored calla lilies as she walked to the groom. Savage stated

“Having a cocktail reception beforehand made the ceremony feel less stuffy”

During their wedding, the newlyweds asked that donations be made to “Children’s Hospital Cancer Center of Los Angeles” in memory of a mutual childhood friend who died when he was young. Fred joked about the wedding vows in an interview with People.

“I promised to always bring up a glass of water to her before we go to bed, and she promised to never let me dress myself.”

Kids of Jennifer Lynn Stone

Jennifer and Fred’s marriage resulted in the birth of three children. On August 5, 2006, the couple became parents to a son named Oliver Phil Savage. On May 3, 2008, they welcomed their second child, a daughter named Lily Aerin Savage. Jennifer and her spouse Fred kept it a secret until after the birth of their third child.

Auggie Savage, the couple’s son, was born on November 26, 2012. Fred spoke about raising his kids.

“While we’ve lived in L.A. for a long time, it’s very important to us to instill in our children a sense of that Chicago spirit — and we keep it alive in our house all the time. What an emotional moment that whole World Series thing was last year! We were actually watching the [Cubs] Series while we were shooting Friends From College.

He continued

“Not only was I from Chicago, our cinematographer and his wife were from Chicago! [Series creator] Nick [Stoller] was so very patient. … We had a dinner table scene, and we all were on our phones, under the table — even the actors who had NO Chicago connection! We were really trying to pay attention to the scene we were shooting, but also following that final game. It was so nerve-wracking!”

Net Worth of Jennifer Lynn Stone

Jennifer Lynn Stone has amassed a sizable net worth as a result of her professional career. She previously worked as a commercial real estate agent. She has yet to reveal her net worth and earnings sources.

Jennifer, on the other hand, lives a lavish lifestyle. Her husband, on the other hand, has a net worth of $14 million from his work in the entertainment industry.

In the late 2000s, he paid $3 million for a large house in Hancock Park, a tiny Los Angeles neighborhood. He listed the house for sale for $5 million in 2019.

He previously owned a home above Hollywood’s Sunset Strip, which he sold in 2007 for $2.25 million. In addition, Fred owns a two-bedroom condo in West Hollywood that he purchased in 2003 for $500,000.

Height of Jennifer Lynn Stone

Lynn Stone is a lovely lady with a wonderful personality. Jennifer stands 5 feet 7 inches or 1.7 meters tall. Her body weight is approximately 60 kg (132 lbs). Jennifer has dark brown eyes and her hair is also dark brown.

Jennifer Lynn Stone’s Husband’s Short Bio

Fred Savage, Jennifer Lynn Stone’s husband, is an American actor and television director born on July 9, 1976. Frederick Aaron Savage is his full name.

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Caption: Jennifer Lynn Stone’s Husband, Fred Savage (Sources: Goalz Online)

He rose to prominence after portraying Kevin Arnold in the American television series The Wonder Years (1988 to 1993). He is the son of Joanne Savage (Mother) and Lewis Savage (Father). His parents were both industrial real estate brokers and consultants.

He also has a younger sister and brother, Kala Savage (actress/musician) and Ben Savage (actor). He enrolled at Brentwood School, a private co-educational day school in Brentwood, California, on the Westside of Los Angeles County. He received his bachelor’s degree in English from Stanford University in 1999.

He is also well-known for his roles as the Grandson in The Princess Bride and the titular protagonist in Oswald. He appeared in the television sitcom Crumbs in 2005. He made a comeback in the television series The Grinder and the Netflix series Friends from College.