Wendy Crewson Biography
Wendy Jane Crewson is a Canadian actress and producer born in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. She is the daughter of June Doreen and Rober Binnie Crewson. Wendy grew up with in a small family along with her brother, Brad Crewson. She appeared in many Canadian TV shows and in numbers of feature film like “Night Heat”, “Hard Copy”, “Tanner 88” and “Street Legal”. Actress Crewson holds Canadian nationality and belongs to white ethnicity.
Crewson attended John Rennie High School in Pointe Clarie, Québec, further she attended Queen’s University in Kingston, where she won the Lorne Greene Award for outstanding work in the theater. Later she studied at the Webber Douglas Academy of Dramatic Art in London.
Crewson appeared in her debut role in a feature film “The Doctor” and later appeared in a number of movies like, “The Good Son”, “The Santa Clause”, “Escape Clause” etc. Wendy co-starred in the science fiction film “Bicentennial Man” with Robin Williams and “The 6th Day” opposite Arnold Schwarzenegger.
Wendy starred in the television series called The ReGenesis as Dr. Rachel Woods and again in a hit Canadian series Saving Hope as Dr. Dana Kinny. She also made a guest appearance in the first episode of the hit series 24 in its third season as Dr. Anne Packard. Wendy also appeared in the second season of ABC’s primetime soap opera 'Revenge'.
Heading towards her personal life, Crewson was once married to actor Michael Murphy. As a married couple, they invited two lovely children in their lives, Johan Branton Murphy and Maggie Murphy. But eventually, the couple separated with a divorce. According to the reports, She had accepted being lesbian to her family before accepting it in public, which may have been the main reason for the divorce with Murphy.Edit
Born in Canada
Canadian actress and producer Wendy Jane Crewson was born on May 9, 1956, in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada.She was born to his father Robert Binnie Crewson and Mother June Doreen and raised up with her jyounger brother, Brad Crewson.Edit
Cast in Television
Crewson appeared in many Canadian TV show such as “War Brides as Kate, “The Littlest Hobo” as Jenny, “Hangin’ In” as Hilary, “Heartsounds” as Judy and “Night Heat” as Prosecutor Dorothy Fredericks. She also appeared films such as “Skullduggery” and “Mark of Cain”.Edit
Got Married to Murphy
Crewson married to actor Michael Murphy after dating a couple of months. The couple are blessed with two children; one beautiful daughter Johan Maggie Murphy and a son Johan Branton Murphy.Edit
Divorced with Murphy
Wendy and her husband Michael Murphy got separated after 21 years of very long relationship and divorced. The reason for divorce is not revealed but she revealed to the press that she had come out to her family as a lesbian.Edit
Appeared in ABC primetime
Crewson appeared in the Second season of ABC’s primetime soap opera Revenge for 2 years. On television, Crewson starred in the “Saving Hope” as Dr. Dana Kinney.Edit
Received Canadian Screen Award
Crewson received a “Canadian Screen Award” for her contribution on the television series Saving Hopes. She appeared in “Jack” a TV film, as Anne McGrath.Edit
According to the source, actor Windey Crewson revealed to the press that she had come out to her family as lesbian many years ago.She also appeared in Ascension as Katherine Warren in television.Edit
Received “Earle Grey Award”
Crewson appeared in television series “Slasher”, where she got the main role. She Won the “Earle Grey Award”, which recongnizes actors for their contribution to the international profile of Canadaian TV.Edit
Starred in “The Son”
Recently the actor Wendy, starred in “The Son” in Ingrid role, in Second Empire.She won Canadian Screen Awards for Best Performance by an Actress in a Featured Supporting Role in a Dramatic Program or Series for Slasher.