Wenndy MacKenzie is an award-winning singer, Broadway performer, recipient of the legendary Broadway Gypsy Robe award, improv teacher, vocal coach, actor and voice artist. At nine-years old, she performed on the Dinah Shore Chevy Show with the Little Ricky Combo, performing with Desi Arnaz Jr. and Little Ricky. She debuted on Broadway at age twelve (Oliver), and later toured Vietnam with Bob Hope and the USO. She also appeared on Broadway with Alexis Smith in "Platinum" and starred in "Rock and Roll: The First 5,000 Years," in which she portrayed Joni Mitchell, Grace Slick, Janis Joplin, and various other artists.
You can hear Wenndy singing on concert albums, Broadway cast albums, film and television soundtracks - and karaoke players around the world. Her voiceover work is everywhere too - from radio and TV commercials to portraying cartoon characters in everything from The Archies to The Rugrats.
She is currently the co-host of the incredibly popular Unsolved Murders: True Crime podcast on Spotify.
A sought-after vocal coach, Wenndy has coached performers on dozens of television and Broadway productions. As a private coach, her clients include Tony Winner Lillias White, Melissa Manchester, Diahann Carroll, Emmy Winner Keith David, Hattie Winston, Billy and Lisa Zane and Academy Award Winning songwriter Alan Bergman.
Wenndy teaches master classes in vocal work at the world-famous Groundlings Theater in Los Angeles, and carries on the work of her husband and Groundlings-founder Gary Austin by teaching improv weekly classes in North Hollywood,
She lives with her many delightful dogs in Los Angeles.