Prince Wednesday is our favorite little prince, who despite, his royal upbringing, is quite the silly & impulsive preschooler.
Meet Nicholas Kaegi, the talented voice actor who helps bring Prince Wednesday to life! (…and did you know he played Whyatt in Super Why!?)
A rrrroyal hello to you! How old are you and where are you from?
I just turned 14 years old and I’m from Toronto.
In what ways are you similar to Prince Wednesday?
We are both very adventurous and share a good sense of humour!
If you had to pick one favorite episode, which would it be?
I would have to say that my favorite of them all is the episode where Teacher Harriet and the class choose their class pet.
If Prince Wednesday could do anything or go anywhere in the next episode, what would you want it to be?
In the next episode, I would like to see the characters go to an amusement park and see all the different exciting things they do there!
What’s your favorite book?
My favourite book is “Call the Shots” written by Don Calame. It’s a story about three boys with the goal of making the next big low-budget horror film!
When you’re not in the studio recording, what’s your favorite activity?
Outside of the studio my favorite activitie(s) would have to be all forms of athletics, especially soccer. Sports are a great way to make new friends & have fun!
What was the funniest moment for you while working on the show?
The funniest moment for me while working on the show would have to be the time when a foreign radio station kept playing in my headphones while we were trying to record! Luckily, we found a way to get rid of it.
Toronto native Nicholas Kaegi has appeared in such productions as Saw III, Camille, The Rick Mercer Report, Rookie Blue and Murdoch Mysteries. Nicholas attends a French language school and is bilingual. An avid sports fan, he enjoys skiing, soccer, volleyball & sailing, to name but a few. Nicholas can be seen around Toronto singing & playing lead guitar with his band “Volume”.