An actress turned attorney, Wendy Kilbourne is a native from California, perhaps, best known for portraying Constance Hazard on the North and South miniseries. She had a brief acting career, which she stopped to pursue her career as an attorney.
Wendy Kilbourne was born in Los Angeles, California, in 1964. She is the granddaughter of late writer/director Noel Langley/. The actress grew up with her parents in Los Angeles, spending her early days in her hometown.
Wendy attended Pacific Oaks College, graduating in 1996 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Human Development. Following her graduation, she went to Santa Barbara College of Law from where she graduated in 2001.
The California-native, is a married woman and shares, three children. She has been wedded to American actor James Read since 1988.
The pair met each other back in 1985, on the set of North and South, a miniseries. After dating for over three years, the duo tied the knot in 1988, and currently, the family lives in Santa Barbara, California.
The couple is sharing a strong bond of relationship for a long time and has three children; a son Jackson born in 1990, and two daughters Willa born in 1994 and Sydney born in 1995. They also have two dogs Charlie and Hank; and one cat Mable.
The 54-year-old American actress’ net worth is around $1.5 million, as of May 2019. The actress turned attorney, has earned good throughout her acting career, and as an attorney, she made over thousands of dollars.
She made an average of $50 thousand a year, as an actress, while she earned over six digits figure as an attorney. According to Salary.com, as of April 2019, the average income of a licensed attorney in the U.S. is $100,314, starting from $92,343 to $122,113 and above.
Kilbourne debuted as an actress from the TV series Midnight Caller, in 1988. She starred alongside Gary Cole, Dennis Dun, and Mykel T. Williamson, among others, making her appearances until 1991.
Similarly, the actress made her appearances in other shows like Nothing in Common, Condor, North and South Book – 1 &2, and Calendar Girl Murders. She appeared as a guest in many other series including The Cape, Jack’s Place, Murder, She Wrote, North and South Book – 3, and Hotel.
All things considered, she is now a licensed attorney in California and the founder and CEO of The Children’s Project of Santa Barbara, a private sanction school for foster kids. She stopped acting in the late 90s to pursue her career as an attorney.
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