Name Wendy Davis
|Years active 1980–present|
Spouse Jacobi Wynne (m. ?–2004)
|Born June 30, 1966 (age 56) (1966-06-30) Joppatowne, Maryland, United States|
Education Joppatowne High School, Howard University
Nominations NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Actress in a Drama Series
Movies and TV shows Army Wives, High Incident, Mother Ghost, The New WKRP in Cincinnati, Rendezvous
Similar People Brian McNamara, Brigid Brannagh, Sally Pressman, Sterling K Brown, Katherine Fugate
Actress wendy davis of army wives on her and her daughter s adhd diagnosis
Wendy Davis (born June 30, 1966) is an American actress. She is best known for her role as Colonel Joan Burton in Lifetime television series Army Wives (2007–2013).
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- Early life
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Actress wendy davis on adhd and creativity
Davis grew up in Joppatowne, Maryland. She attended Joppatowne High School and graduated with a degree in Theater from Howard University. Davis is a member of Delta Sigma Theta sorority.
Davis was regular on the 1991 series The New WKRP in Cincinnati as receptionist Ronnie Lee, and appeared in the 1996–97 police drama High Incident as Lynette White.
She may be best known for her role as Colonel Joan Burton in the Lifetime television series Army Wives. She starred in show as of 2007 to 2013. She left the show after the season 7 finale.
She appeared in an episode of Grey's Anatomy, in season one, Episode 9, as Holly Adams, the pregnant wife of Dr. Preston Burke's best college friend. She has made guest appearances on Cold Case, Coach, Martin, Smart Guy (as Blake's mother), Angel, and other television series, and has appeared in several feature films, including Return to Two Moon Junction (1995). She played Kimberly Mitchell in the second season of ABC's drama series Scandal created by Shonda Rhimes.
Davis has one child, a daughter with ex-husband Jacobi Wynne. She and her daughter live in Los Angeles CA. In a series of 9 short videos available through the "Understood" website and through YouTube, she discusses growing up with ADHD, how it helped her as an actress, and how she responded to her daughter getting the same diagnosis. The videos are to help parents of children with ADHD, adults with ADHD, and the rest of the population.