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Wendy Speake

Wendy Speake is an actress, known for JAG (1995), Star Trek: Voyager (1995) and Roswell (1999). See full bio »

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Known For

JAG
JAG Reporter
(2001)
Star Trek: Voyager
Star Trek: Voyager Technician #2
(2001)
Roswell
Roswell Reporter
(2001)
18 Wheels of Justice
(2001)

Filmography

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 2002 Catching Heaven's Horse (Video)
Kathy Binder
 2001 Star Trek: Voyager (TV Series)
Technician #2
- Friendship One (2001) ... Technician #2
 2001 JAG (TV Series)
Reporter
- To Walk on Wings (2001) ... Reporter
 2001 Roswell (TV Series)
Reporter
- Disturbing Behavior (2001) ... Reporter
 2001 18 Wheels of Justice (TV Series)
Resident
- Shattered Images (2001) ... Resident
 2000 The Dead Hate the Living! (Video)
Shelly Poe
 1999 Freshmen
Dana
 1999 Malibu, CA (TV Series)
Ms. Elliot
- Jason's New Job (1999) ... Ms. Elliot
 1999 Melrose Place (TV Series)
Librarian
- A Fist Full of Secrets (1999) ... Librarian
 1998 Thursday Afternoon (Short)
Miss Havenhurst
 1998 USA High (TV Series)
Candice
- The Gang Gets a Car (1998) ... Candice
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 2000 Revival of the Living Dead: The Making of 'The Dead Hate the Living!' (Video documentary short)
Herself / Shelly Poe

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'La La Land' Producer on the Art of Espionage

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