Details have not been disclosed about Fred Savage''s departure from the Wonder Years last week due to allegations of workplace misconduct. However, the former executive producer and director of the popular reboot is reportedly taking some time to reflect, and it seems like he''s taking responsibility for his actions even if its too little, too late at this point.
Fred has taken this issue very seriously and is doing a lot of self-reflection about how he might and should have handled different situations better, according to a source close to Savage.
Savage, 45, claims to know he can be an a-hole at times, adding that there are a few unresolved issues that Fred wants to deal with.
On the Wonder Years production, Savage received tremendous support from friends and colleagues despite everything. A father of three is also fully supported at home by his wife, Jennifer Lynn Stone.
Savage, who has become known as a child actor with the success of Wonder Years and Netflix Friends From College, has directed and produced network and cable sitcoms, including Its Always Sunny in Philadelphia, Modern Family, 2 Broke Girls, and Party Down.
This wasn''t the first time Savage has been accused of misconduct in the workplace, however. He was first accused of inappropriate behavior that may or may not have been the final nail in the cancellation of The Wonder Years in 1993, and was also accused by a costumer who worked on The Grinder for creating a hostile environment.
It''s unclear if his career will take aback from these last statements, which he alleges are inherently unsexual.