One of Canada's premier actresses, Wendy Crewson has garnered critical and popular acclaim, as well as
multiple awards, for her extensive body of work in film and television.
Her filmography resume features over 100 titles, including credits like the indie feature, Sarah Polley's "Away
From Her," the blockbuster Hollywood hit "Air Force One" opposite Harrison Ford, the made-for-TV movie
based on Margaret Atwood's book "The Robber Bride," as well as the role of Dr. Anne Packard in multiple
episodes of the hit drama series "24" with Kiefer Sutherland.
Crewson's many credits also include her Gemini-nominated performance in the television drama "Sex
Traffic," Gemini-winning performances in "At the End of the Day," "The Sue Rodriguez Story," "The Many
Trials of One Jane Doe" and "The Man Who Lost Himself." She played in "Twelve Mile Road" opposite Tom
Selleck and in the title role in the Shaftesbury wheel of movies "Criminal Instinct: The Joanne Kilbourn
Mysteries," for which she was also Gemini-nominated.
A few of her big screen credits include "The Santa Clause" trilogy opposite Tim Allen, "A Home at the End of
the World" with Colin Farrell and Sissy Spacek, Renny Harlin's action thriller "The Covenant: A Beginners
Guide to Endings," which was a 2010 Toronto Film Festival selection also starring Harvey Keitel, the family
adventure "Eight Below," "The Clearing" with Robert Redford, Eduardo Ponti's "Between Strangers" with
Sophia Loren, "The Last Brickmaker in America" with Sidney Poitier, "Bicentennial Man" with Robin Williams,
and "The Sixth Day" with Arnold Schwarzenegger.
Crewson is also featured in the hit film "The Vow" with Rachel McAdams and Channing Tatum and played
Mary Botha in the Winnie Mandela biopic "Winnie," shot in South Africa alongside Jennifer Hudson and
Terrence Howard, a Toronto Film Festival selection in 2011. She recently finished filming Brandon
Cronenberg's first feature, "Antiviral."