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Jo Hole Associates

Agent: Jo Hole Associates
General enquiries: 07889 534833 / [email protected]


Wendy was born in Radlett, Hertfordshire, just up the road from Elstree Studios where she grew up dreaming of becoming an actress and where she filmed her first series Pictures. 

At 19 she won Evening Standard Most Promising Newcomer award for her role in the John Schlesinger movie YANKS.   Film, theatre and TV followed ranging from THE JEWEL IN THE CROWN series and 84 CHARING X ROAD and THE MIRROR CRACK'D films to HATCHED AND DISPATCHED for which she won an Offie for Best Supporting Actress in 2015.

 At the National Theatre, Wendy played in  YOU CAN'T TAKE IT WITH YOU; ANIMAL FARM; YONADAB; CORIOLANUS; PHEDRE; and THE BACCHAE and had Olivier Award and Evening Standard Best Actress nominations for her title role in MARTINE directed by Sir Peter Hall.    Wendy is currently on Netflix in movies EDIE (with Sheila Hancock) and MRS LOWRY AND SON (with Vanessa Redgrave and Timothy Spall) and in feature film MERCY that she wrote, directed and edited and that is touring the festival circuit.    

During lock-down Wendy has been playing many Shakespeare roles online with Jenny Hall and TSMGO as well as enjoying daily cold water sea swimming.   She is a blue belt in Juijitsu.

Nationality: British
Bases: LONDON, ESSEX, New York
Featured Credits
Pat Turner in THE REVEREND AND MRS SIMPSON (2022)
Richard Dee Roberts/Blue Mills Studios
Mrs Stanhope in MRS LOWRY AND SON (2019)
Adrian Noble/Genesius Pictures
Nancy in EDIE (2019)
Simon Hunter/Film Seekers
Irene in HATCHED 'N' DISPATCHED
Michael Kirk/Park Theatre
Doll Tearsheet/Lady Mortimer in HENRY IV Part 1 + 2
Peter Hall/Peter Hall Company
Marilyn Monroe in MARILYN AND ELLA
Colin McFarlane/Theatre Royal Stratford East
Lady Capulet in ROMEO AND JULIET
Bill Bryden/Birmingham Repertory Theatre + tour
Panope in PHEDRE
Nicholas Hytner/National Theatre
Toine in PIAF
Peter Hall/Piccadilly Theatre
Baba in CRIMES OF THE HEART
Bush Theatre
Susan Layton in THE JEWEL IN THE CROWN
Jim O'Brien/Christopher Morahan/Granada Television
Cherry in THE MIRROR CRACK'D
Guy Hamilton/G W Films
Martine in MARTINE
Peter Hall/National Theatre