|Birth Name||Wendy K. Hamilton|
|Height||5' 1" (1.55 m)|
Mini Bio (1)
Wendy Hamilton-Caddey was born Wendy K. Hamilton on March 4th, 1966 in Lorain, Ohio. She briefly entered the entertainment industry when she was introduced to Andrew Dimitroff through her employer CBA Management. She was then asked to perform demos for a number of songs written by Dimitroff and others, with lyrics by Joellyn Cooperman that would be featured in Jetlag Productions's "Children's Classics" animated film series: Hamilton lent her voice to such songs as "A Little Bit of Magic" (from Snow White (1995)), "A Season of Love" (The Nutcracker (1995)), and "Follow Your Heart" (Sleeping Beauty (1995)). Mrs. Hamilton-Caddey was unaware that her voice had been used in the final recordings of the songs included in the completed films until 2011, when she rediscovered them via YouTube. She now lives with her husband, Edwin Caddey, whom she married in 1995, in Tacoma, Washington.
- IMDb Mini Biography By: Anonymous
|Edwin Caddey||(November 1995 - present)|