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Rave Reviews

“You are so much fun to watch.”

Nancy Nayor

Casting Director

“Wendy Braun is funny. Like so funny she sometimes makes you risk getting to lunch late because you keep shooting take after take of her incredibly subtle, and varied, hilarity.”

Heath Cullens

Director
It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia

“Her ability to take a script and make it waaaaay better is amazing. From capturing the essence of the modern mom to being a hilarious character actress, Wendy’s talent ranks with the best of them!”

Ron Foth Jr.

Senior Vice President | Ron Foth Advertising

“Where did we find you?
You are so great!”

Fred Armisen

Actor | Executive Producer
Documentary Now

“Wendy is such a pleasure to work with – incredibly natural and authentic, on screen and off. So prepared, yet makes it all look so effortless.”

Ben Shelton

Director/ Writer

“I’ve always been impressed by Wendy’s positive attitude, extreme professionalism and mostly, by her genuine talent. She always brings a unique perspective + approach to her work. She is simply one of the best in the biz.”

Dan Kohler

Executive Vice President | Leo Burnett Worldwide

“Your comedic timing is impeccable.”

Glenn Howerton

Actor | Executive Producer
It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia

“Wendy is an actor who will come in and deliver a performance that is always inspired, natural and goes beyond expectation. She has an elusive, likable quality that is always great to find in a lead.”

Allen Martinez

Director/Producer

“Wendy is an actor who will come in and deliver a performance that is always inspired, natural and goes beyond expectation. She has an elusive, likable quality that is always great to find in a lead.”

Allen Martinez

Director/Producer

Trivia

  • After moving to LA, one of Wendy’s first jobs was as a production assistant backstage at The Academy Awards.
  • Wendy Braun shares a birthday with Hollywood legends, Bette Davis, Spencer Tracy + Gregory Peck.
  • Early in her career, Wendy appeared in several indie films that went on to win festival awards at Sundance + Aspen Comedy Festival, including Jason Reitman’s In God We Trust.
  • Wendy returned to her hometown of Chicago, to star in The Vagina Monologues, sharing the stage with theatre legends she grew up watching: Hollis Resnick + Rondi Reed.
  • One of the co-founding members of the I.U. Dance Marathon, which since has raised millions for Pediatric Aids.
  • Wendy has performed internationally, in Monte Carlo, opening up for legends such as Stevie Wonder, Barry White, Natalie Cole and Earth, Wind + Fire.
  • Will Smith cast Wendy in his directorial debut on the sitcom, All Of Us, alongside veteran actor, Keith David.
  • Wendy went to Glenbrook South High School where she starred in Hello Dolly, The Sound Of Music, Miracle on 34th Street, sang in several choirs and performed as a singer/dancer in the Variety Show.
  • As a comedienne, she has shared the stage with stand-up comic greats including Chelsea Handler to Phyllis Diller.
  • As a triathlete, Wendy has won medals 2 years in a row in the Female Celebrity Division of The Malibu Nautica Triathlon
  • Wendy’s mother was Miss Beverly, the host of the children’s television hit show, Romper Room.
  • Wendy lives in Los Angeles with her husband, actor Josh Coxx, their two sons and their dog, a pit-bull/corgi mix rescue.

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