Baltimore, Maryland, USA
Wendy Davis' Main TV Roles
Main Movie Roles
Guest TV Roles
Wendy Davis grew up in a small town just outside Baltimore Maryland She earned a Degree in Theatre from Howard University, and promptly moved to Los Angeles, California to pursue her acting career.
Wendy first big break came on the television series, "High Incident", DreamWorks SKG's first one-hour series. Wendy was hand picked by living legend Steven Spielberg to star in the series. Of her performance in the pilot episode The Hollywood Reporter wrote "The large and strikingly good looking cast all make outstanding first impressions, and Wendy Davis is magnificent as a cop's widow". Later Wendy was cast as a detective on "EZ Street", a one-hour drama produced by Paul Haggis, Academy Award winning writer of "Million Dollar Baby" and writer/director of "Crash". Her other series are "The New WKRP In Cincinnati", and "In Our Lives." Wendy has starred in several films, her credits include "Rendezvous" "Return To Two Moon Junction" "Reptile Man" "Trapped" and her most recent "Mother Ghost" starring Kevin Polack, Mark Thompson and Dana Delaney.
Wendy has guest-starred on many TV shows, her credits include "Commander and Chief", "Cold Case", "Grey's Anatomy", "The District", "Angel", "Any Day Now", "The Steven Weber Show", "Profiler", "The Gregory Hines Show", "Coach", "South Of Sunset", "Martin", and "Between Brothers". Wendy received a Drama Logue Award for her performance in the play "Talking With".
"Army Wives" Wendy's current project has an incredible team behind it, starting with executive producer Mark Gordon (Grey's Anatomy, Criminal Minds, Saving Private Ryan).
When Wendy isn't working on a set she loves contributing to other by teaching acting classes at The Los Angles Actors Center. She is dedicated to training and developing actors to work professionally in film and TV.