Wendy Hoopes

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Wendy Hoopes
Wendy Hoopes.jpg
Hoopes in the play Becky Shaw
Born (1972-11-04) 4 November 1972 (age 44)
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Occupation Actress, voice actress

Wendy Hoopes (born 4 November 1972) is a Malaysian-born actress most widely celebrated for her roles on MTV's animated series Daria, where she provided voices for three different characters (Helen Morgendorffer, Quinn Morgendorffer and Jane Lane), billed under the name "Hannah".

Life and career[edit]

Hoopes was born in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia and was the fourth of five children in her family. She spent her childhood travelling overseas, particularly to America, where she received her Bachelor of Fine Arts degree at New York University's Tisch School of the Arts. Her first major acting accomplishment was her creation of the character Bee Bee in Eric Bogosian's production SubUrbia at Lincoln Street.

Her next notable achievement was receiving multiple roles on Daria, an animated series that ran on MTV for 5 years. She and actor Marc Thompson were considered the two "stand out" voice talents of the series, for they each provided the voices for numerous different characters.

Since Daria ended in 2002, Hoopes has made guest appearances on many television shows, including Law & Order: Criminal Intent, Hey Joel, The Wrong Coast, The Jury, LAX, Judging Amy, Third Watch, Sex and the City, Law & Order, Swift Justice, Brotherhood, and New York Undercover. Her film credits include Private Parts, Better Living, Killing Cinderella, Calling Bobcat, Roadblock, Spinster and The Sitter.

She has also featured in many theatre productions, including a rock musical about Janis Joplin, and she provided the voice for Mona Sax in the video game Max Payne 2: The Fall of Max Payne and Max Payne 3.



Year Title Role Notes
1996 Never Give Up: The Jimmy V Story Older Nicole Valvano Television film
1997 Private Parts Elyse
1998 Better Living Gail
2000 Calling Bobcat Monica
2000 Is It Fall Yet? Jane Lane, Helen Morgendorffer, Quinn Morgendorffer (voice) Television film
2000 Roadblock Short film
2000 Killing Cinderella Liz
2000 101 Ways (The Things a Girl Will Do to Keep Her Volvo) Watson
2002 Is It College Yet? Jane Lane, Helen Morgendorffer, Quinn Morgendorffer (voice) Television film
2002 Sinister Nico Short film
2009 Peach Farm (The Veil) Short film; also director, writer and producer
2011 The Sitter Bethany
2014 Captain America: The Winter Soldier Doctor


Year Title Role Notes
1996 Swift Justice Beth Paxton Episode: "Pilot"
1996 New York Undercover Rebecca Skolnik Episode: "Going Platinum"
1997–2001 Daria Jane Lane, Helen Morgendorffer, Quinn Morgendorffer (voice) 65 episodes
1999 Sex and the City Lennox Episode: "They Shoot Single People, Don't They?"
2000 Third Watch Bonnie Bryman Episode: "Faith"
2003 Law & Order: Criminal Intent Katie Guardino Episode: "Gold Comfort"
2003 Hey Joel Angela Chen Episode: "Tattoos and Taboos"
2004 The Wrong Coast Various Celebrity Voices (voice) Unknown episodes
2004 The Jury Mary Woods Episode: "The Pilot"
2004–2005 LAX Betty 8 episodes
2005 Judging Amy Claudia Ramie Episode: "Sorry I Missed You"
2005 Law & Order Denise Clark Episode: "Red Ball"
2006–2007 Brotherhood Fiona Cork 4 episodes
2008 Criminal Minds Sarah Fitzgerald Episode: "In Heat"
2009 Grey's Anatomy Tricia Shelly Episode: "I Will Follow You Into the Dark"
2011 The Good Wife Karen Jennings Episode: "Wrongful Termination"
2011 Private Practice Gina Rakoff Episode: "God Bless the Child"
2012 Nurse Jackie Andi Episode: "The Wall"
2014 Elementary Detective Anne Wozniak Episode: "All in the Family"
2014 The Following Bella Episode: "Reflection"
2016 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit Lisa Crivello Episode: "Townhouse Incident"

Video games[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2000 Daria's Inferno Jane Lane, Helen Morgendorffer, Quinn Morgendorffer
2003 Max Payne 2: The Fall of Max Payne Mona Sax, Answering machine
2012 Max Payne 3 Mona Sax

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