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Robie, Wendy 1953- (Wendie Robie)

Robie, Wendy 1953- (Wendie Robie)


Born October 6, 1953, in Cincinnati, OH; children: Samantha. Education: Earned degree in English literature.


Actress. Will & Company, associate art director. Also worked as an English teacher.

Awards, Honors:

After Dark Award, outstanding body of work, 2005, for appearances with Next Theatre Company, Chicago, IL.


Film Appearances:

Woman and mom, The People Under the Stairs (also known as Wes Craven's "The People Under the Stairs"), Universal, 1991.

(Scenes deleted) Nadine Hurley, Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me, New Line Cinema, 1992.

Zealot at police station, Vampire in Brooklyn (also known as Wes Craven's "Vampire in Brooklyn"), Paramount, 1995.

Melanie Sardes, The Glimmer Man, Warner Bros., 1996.

Principal Joyce Saunders, Devil in the Flesh (also known as Dearly Devoted), Alliance Video, 1998.

Bernice, The Dentist 2 (also known as The Dentist 2: Brace Yourself), Trimark Pictures, 1998.

Prince, Romeo and Juliet, 2000.

Dr. Thalama, The Attic Expeditions (also known as Horror in the Attic), DEJ Productions, 2001.

Ms. Tebbit, Fairies (short), 2003.

Television Appearances; Series:

Nadine Hurley, Twin Peaks, 1990-91.

Television Appearances; Movies:

Vonda White, Prophet of Evil: The Ervil LeBaron Story, CBS, 1993.

Dr. Horton, A Place for Annie, ABC, 1994.

Mary Burnett, Lost Voyage, 2001.

Television Appearances; Episodic:

June Reed, "Sandcastles," Baywatch, syndicated, 1991.

Mrs. Takin, "Trilogy: Part 2 (For Your Love)—June 14, 1966," Quantum Leap, NBC, 1992.

"The DaDa Effect," Ultraman: The Ultimate Hero (also known as Ultraman Powered), 1994.

Nurse, "Mind Games," Viper, NBC, 1994.

Ulani, "Destiny," Star Trek: Deep Space Nine (also known as DS9, Deep Space Nine, and Star Trek: DS9), syndicated, 1995.

Mrs. Cathcart, "Private School," Sister, Sister, The WB, 1995.

Kate Balfour, "Hostile Convergence," Dark Skies, NBC, 1996.

Harriet Davidson, "The Art of War," C-16: FBI, ABC, 1998.

(As Wendie Robie) Elaine, "Dog Day After New Year," Party of Five, Fox, 2000.

Trish, "The Toolshed Behind the Church," Any Day Now, Lifetime, 2000.

Nun, "Penance," The Magnificent Seven, CBS, 2000.

Stage Appearances:

Suzie, Omnium Gatherum, Next Theatre Company, Chicago, IL, 2004.

A Delicate Balance, 2004.

Lilith, The Love Song of J. Robert Oppenheimer, Next Theatre Company, 2005.

Woman, The Long Christmas Ride Home, Next Theatre Company, 2005.

Hecuba, 2006.

Radio Appearances:

Narrator, In the Family, 2005.


Video Games:

Insane patient, Zork: Nemesis, 1996.

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