Pet friendly celebrity trivia!
Who is the spokesperson for the Humane Society? Wendy Malick!
It is late and night and on your television you hear come on a commercial advertisement that borders being an infomercial.
Against the haunting background melody of Sarah McLachlan singing, you hear a strong, simple voice that moves you to feel compassion for animals across the country who are suffering.
You glance at the television and see a familiar face, but you can’t quite place her name.
Who is the pet friendly celebrity working as the new spokesperson for the Humane Society?
The answer is actress Wendy Malick.
[Photo credit: Hollywood Culture Examiner]
WHO IS WENDY MALICK?
WENDY MALICK IS AN ANIMAL RIGHTS ACTIVIST AND SPOKESPERSON FOR THE HUMANE SOCIETY
With her distinctly smooth and unusual voice, Wendy Malick is in high demand for voice-over work. As such, when she accepted the position as spokesperson on the new Humane Society campaign, the green celebrity was able to pre-record a compelling plea on behalf of animals in need and to emphatically show support for the charity.
On television, she has had regular roles in the series “Trauma Center” (1983) and “Good Company” (1996) and recurring roles on “NYPD Blue” (1993), “Anything But Love” (1989), “Baywatch” (1989) and “Kate & Allie” (1984). She also starred in several made-for-TV movies, including Paper Dolls (1982) (TV), Dynasty: The Reunion (1991) (TV) and Perfect Body (1997) (TV). She also starred in North Shore Fish (1997) (TV) on cable TV, based on a role in which she originated on-stage. Malick’s work has included roles in the movies The American President (1995), Scrooged (1988), and Bugsy (1991).
Malick has also won awards for her appearances on HBO.
[Malick] appeared as Judith Tupper Stone in the early 1990s on the HBO comedy “Dream On” (1990) for which she won four CableACE Awards as Best Actress in a Comedy Series. Malik has proved a gifted comedienne with great comic timing and reached the height of her career as one of the stars of the sitcom “Just Shoot Me!” (1997). Malik was hilarious as the beautiful fashion editor Nina Van Horn, a neurotic and pretentious ex-model struggling with middle age. For her work on the series, Malik won a Golden Globe and two Emmy Award nominations as Best Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series.
Humane Society Commercial
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