Biography

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Charlene Amoia is an American actress best known for her role as Wendy the waitress in the TV sitcom How I Met Your Mother.Her other television credits include Glee, Switched at Birth, Days of Our Lives and her film credits include American Reunion (2012) from the American Pie series.

Raised in Buffalo, New York,she got her start in modelingbefore making the transition to acting in 2001 with a role on the soap opera, Port Charles. That part on the daytime drama led to guest appearances in several other series, including Joey, Girlfriends, 90210, and as Anna Schick in The Young & The Restless.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Charlene Amoia is an American actress best known for her role as Wendy the waitress in the TV sitcom How I Met Your Mother.Her other television credits include Glee, Switched at Birth, Days of Our Lives and her film credits include American Reunion (2012) from the American Pie series.

Raised in Buffalo, New York,she got her start in modelingbefore making the transition to acting in 2001 with a role on the soap opera, Port Charles. That part on the daytime drama led to guest appearances in several other series, including Joey, Girlfriends, 90210, and as Anna Schick in The Young & The Restless.

Personal Info

Known For Acting

Gender Female

Known Credits 16

Birthday 1969-12-31

Place of Birth U.S.A

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Acting TV ShowsMovies

Loveseat as Ashley
2017 A Wedding to Die For (Deadly Vows) as Becca Dillon
2017 A Demon Within
2016 Sniper: Special Ops as Janet
2015 Grave Walkers as Deputy Hancock
2015 Adrenaline as Josie Rigsby
2014 Authors Anonymous as Eudora
2013 Sleepy Hollow(1 episode) as Susan James
2013 Fat as Jill
2011 Switched at Birth(2 episodes) as Diana Coto
2009 Castle(1 episode) as Ana Marie
2008 The Mentalist(1 episode) as Melaina Mendelssohn
2007 iCarly(1 episode) as Jenna Hamilton
2005 How I Met Your Mother(2 episodes) as Wendy
2004 Joey(1 episode) as Diane
2000 Held for Ransom as Student #1

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