May 23, 1977
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, U.S.
|Other names||Mimi Wahlquist|
|Spouse(s)||Nick Cassavetes (divorced)|
Heather Wahlquist (born May 23, 1977) is an American film and television actress. She was married to director/writer Nick Cassavetes and has appeared in several of his films.
Wahlquist was raised in Oklahoma, where she graduated from Seminole High School and studied psychology for two years at the University of Oklahoma. She is the co-writer, with Cassavetes, of the motion picture Yellow, filming in 2011 and starring Wahlquist as a woman who returns to her native Oklahoma after running into problems in her life in Los Angeles.
|1998||Simon Says||Lifeguard Baby Betty|
|2001||Good Advice||Sarah Banks|
|2002||John Q||Julie Bird|
|2004||The Incredible Mrs. Ritchie||Anne (uncredited)||TV film|
|2004||The Notebook||Sara Tuffington|
|2006||Alpha Dog||Wanda Haynes|
|2009||Lonely Street||Kathy Grabow|
|2009||My Sister's Keeper||Aunt Kelly|
|2012||Yellow||Mary Holmes||Also writer|
- Nathan Poppe, "Actress Heather Wahlquist nostalgic during her return visit to Seminole", The Oklahoman, June 26, 2009.
- Ann Kelley, "Shawnee grocer gets to play himself in new movie being filmed in Oklahoma", The Oklahoman, June 9, 2011.