Dorothy Anne Wheeler (1946-09-23) September 23, 1946 (age 69) Edmonton, Alberta
Morgan Wheeler-Hendren, Quincy Wheeler-Hendren, Step son Alexander Izov
Benjamin Morril Wheeler and Nellie Rose (Nee Pawsey) Wheeler
Brothers Harry Benjamin, Kenneth Philip and Alan Edmund
Anne Wheeler, OC (born September 23, 1946 in Edmonton, Alberta) is a Canadian film and television writer, producer, and director. Graduating in Mathematics from the University of Alberta she was a computer programmer before traveling abroad. Her years of travels inspired her to become a storyteller and when she returned she joined a group of old friends to form a film collective. From 1975 to 1985 she worked for the NFB where she made her first feature film, A War Story (1981), which was about her father, Ben Wheeler and his time as a doctor in a P.O.W. camp during WW2. The war is a common theme in her work and she revisited it later in her films Bye Bye Blues (1989) and The War Between Us (1995). Her first non-NFB film was Loyalties in 1986.