Her height is 5' 10" (1.78 m).
While starring in Just Shoot Me, Wendie appeared in 6 public service announcements for NBC's The More You Know campaign. Her topics were breast cancer, domestic abuse, reading, teacher appreciation, mentoring, and the environment.
The black and white photo featured in her office on "Just Shoot Me" was taken from her modeling days in Buffalo, N.Y.
She was a Wilhelmina model in the 70's.
Wendie's animal companions are; a cat, three dogs, and two horses.
Wendie enjoys playing glamourous characters but she is the complete opposite in real life.
Wendie lives on a ranch in the Santa Monica Mountains.
Wendie is a vegetarian. She loves animals.
Wendie is Buddhist.
Wendie has been married to Richard Erickson since 1995.
Wendie was married to Mitch Glazer from 1982 to 1989 but they are now divorced.
A tabloid article once described her as Mother Teresa, "spending every free moment with the less fortunate" and "sending her paychecks to the poor".
Wendie Gave up being a model to work for a Buffalo-area congressman in the 70s, then gave that up to be a theatre actress.
Wendie's first credited on-screen role is as Stephanie in the 1978 TV movie How to Pick up Girls.
Wendie plays both starring roles, Anne Landers and Abigail van Buren in Take my Advice: The Ann and Abby Story.
Wendie stars as a voice actress in The Emperor's New Groove with her Just Shoot Me costar, David Spade.
Wendie plays Diane in the 2001 movie Cahoots.
Wendie plays Mildred Tilman in the 2001 movie On Edge.
Wendie plays Inez in the 2002 movie Manna from Heaven.
Wendie plays Emily Zebrowski in the 2003 movie My Life with Men.
Wendie plays Nancy Nestor in the 2004 movie Raising Genius.
Wendie plays Virginia in the 2004 movie Stuck.
Wendie plays Berdine in the 2005 movie Bratz.
Wendie plays Clara Dalrymple in the 2005 movie Racing Stripes.
Wendie plays Monty's Mom in the 2005 movie Waiting.
Wendie voices Chicha in Kronk's New Groove, a movie that went dirrectly to video.
Wendie will appear in the TV movie A Day in the Life which is currently being filmed.
She is a member of Pi Beta Phi sorority.
Her ethnic origins are English, French, German, and Egyptian.
She appeared in television commercials for the Mall of America in Minnesota.
She helps run Adopt-A-Family to help the homeless.
She and her husband help build homes for poor families in Mexico.
She plays Beautiful Goregeous in "The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius"
Does voice work for Marshall's Clothing stores commercials.
(Commenting on a "National Enquirer" story about her and her husband)
Wendie: They talked about me as if I were Mother Teresa, and that every time I get a paycheck, I go and send it to poor people, and that we spend every free moment helping out people less fortunate.