After that, Wonder Man would become part of a number of teams including The Defenders, Force Works, The Revengers, and The Lethal Legion, in addition to aligning with various Avengers from time to time to form the Dark, Mighty, and Uncanny iterations of the team. However, he would also supplement his superhero life with a bit of entertainment work on the side. At first, Williams would take on small film roles and serve as a stunt man due to his invulnerability. But eventually, he would become a full-fledged Hollywood A-lister in the Marvel Universe.
Already incredibly rich because of Williams Innovations bouncing back, Wonder Man was living an extravagant celebrity lifestyle already. In fact, during his time on the Avengers, he formed a close bond with fellow Avenger and X-Men team member Beast. They were a fan-favorite duo that loved going out on the town. These super drinking buddies even continued this dynamic after both of them left Avengers Mansion.
Although, while it never really seemed like his acting career would interfere with his superhero work, his celebrity status did create some trouble for him during the first Superhuman Civil War. While being accused of misappropriating funds from his non-profit organization, Wonder Man is blackmailed into working with Iron Man’s pro-registration faction. Similar to Captain America in “Spider-Man: Homecoming,” Williams becomes the public face of Stark’s campaign by appearing in commercials that educated the unregistered and the general public about the Superhuman Registration Act.