Wendy Adele Evered has a history of playing strong, passionate female leads. She is a theatre-trained SAG-AFTRA actress now working out of both the Coachella Valley and Los Angeles, CA. Some of Wendy's theater highlights include the title role in the West Coast premiere of Horton Foote's "Laura Dennis" at The Zephyr with a stellar cast including Dale Dickey;  Darlene in "Balm in Gilead" at the West Beth Theatre Center, NYC; and a supporting role to Eric Stoltz  in "The Shoreham" directed by Matt Shakman at his (then) Black Dahlia in L.A. Some of her film credits include originating the role of Diane Formisano; a comedic New-Age mother in the film "Running Funny" adapted from the Charles Evered play; Sharon, a desperate North-Philly addict in "Ronnie-a Short Film", and Annie, the leading role in ASHES, the second L.M.U. film made by Jason Constantine before he began his long career at Lion's Gate. Wendy has worked in NYC as a United Scenic Artists local 829 Costume Designer while she did off-off Broadway plays. Wendy is an active singer-songwriter of Americana, Indie-Rock/Folk at BMI.

"Wendy is a force of nature. She inspires everyone who is lucky enough to share the stage with her."
Howard Shangraw - Director, coach - Los Angeles CA

"Wendy in the title role of Laura Dennis has just the right degree of desperate loneliness as an abandoned daughter living with a prim but loving widow."
Drama-Logue Magazine

"A woman and artist of many talents"
Chip Miller - Producer - La Quinta CA

"Wendy is a fantastic, empathetic, and extremely talented actress. She easily stole the scene in my short film. Looking forward to working with her again!"
Aidan Guynes - Writer/ director - Philadelphia PA

"Wendy beautifully captures the reticent essence of the lost Laura."
Back Stage West Magazine

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