Wendy E. Worthington is an actor/writer based in Los Angeles.  She has appeared in recurring roles on TV’s Ally McBeal, Ghost Whisperer, Desperate Housewives, and the Olsen Twins’ most recent series, So Little Time. In films, she has worked with directors from Clint Eastwood (Changeling) to Steven Spielberg (Catch Me If You Can), Paul Haggis (In the Valley of Elah), Robert Zemeckis (Cast Away),  Judd Apatow (Walk Hard), and Jonathan Demme (Philadelphia).  A founder of LA’s Theatre Neo, she is currently its first Artistic Director.  There, she directed the award-winning production of The Voice of the Prairie, and has appeared in The Women (as the Countess de Lage, for which she received an LA Weekly Award nomination), One West Wacker, Looking for Normal, and many others.  Other theatre includes Lulu (for which she received her first DramaLogue Award), Charles Busch’s Die! Mommy! Die! (in the world premiere with Mr. Busch), Gynecomedy (for which she also received a DramaLogue Award), and Bingo (in the world premiere at Hermosa Beach CLO, for which she was nominated for a Robbie Award).