Wendy Rhoades

Played by Maggie Siff

Wendy Rhoades

A psychiatrist by trade, Wendy Rhoades combines an avid intellect with a keen understanding of human nature. She used those skills to help Bobby Axelrod build his hedge fund from the ground up and now works as the company's star in-house performance coach. Wendy joined Axe Capital long before Chuck became the U.S. Attorney and she refuses to sacrifice her lucrative career for her husband's crusade.

A psychiatrist by trade, Wendy Rhoades combines an avid intellect with a keen understanding of human nature. She used those skills to help Bobby Axelrod build his hedge fund from the ground up and now works as the company's star in-house performance coach. Wendy joined Axe Capital long before Chuck became the U.S. Attorney and she refuses to sacrifice her lucrative career for her husband's crusade.

Maggie Siff

Maggie Siff is best known for playing the role of Tara Knowles Teller on the highly acclaimed series SONS OF ANARCHY. Her other major television role was Rachel Menken, the department store heiress/Don Draper's mistress in the first season of MAD MEN.

 

On the big screen, Maggie will soon be seen in Columbia Pictures' THE FIFTH WAVE opposite Chloe Moretz. She also recently shot indie film THE SWEET LIFE with Chris Messina. In 2014, Maggie appeared in Sundance lesbian prostitution favorite CONCUSSION, and as a sensitive rabbi opposite Edward Norton in Tim Blake Nelson's LEAVES OF GRASS. Other film credits include Paul McGuigan's PUSH and Judd Apatow's FUNNY PEOPLE.

 

Maggie is an established theater actress. Most recently she played the lead role of Kate in Theater for a New Audience's production of THE TAMING OF THE SHREW. Her other credits include the title role in THE ESCORT at the Geffen Playhouse, and the lead in OR at New York's Women's Project. She also starred in Ethan Hawke's LIE OF THE MIND opposite Alessandro Nivola and Josh Hamilton at the New Group. Maggie has appeared in Richard Nelson's FRANK'S HOME by Playwrights Horizons and RUBY SUNRISE performed at the Public. She received a Jefferson Award nomination for her performance in DOLLHOUSE at Chicago's Goodman Theatre and has also worked frequently in Philadelphia, where she won the Barrymore Award for a production of GHOSTS.

 

Originally from New York City, Siff graduated with an M.F.A. from NYU's Tisch School and a B.A. from Bryn Mawr College. She currently resides in Los Angeles.

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