• Wanda Hawley

    Wanda Hawley

    Wanda Hawley (July 30, 1895 – March 18, 1963) was a veteran American actress of the silent film era. She entered the theatrical profession with an amateur group in Seattle, and later toured the U.S. and Canada as a singer. She initially began in films acting with the likes of William Farnum, William S. Hart, Tom Mix, Douglas Fairbanks and others. She co-starred with Rudolph Valentino in the 1922 The Young Rajah , and rose to stardom in a number of Cecil B. DeMille's and director Sam Wood's films.

  • Wanda Orlikowski

    Wanda Orlikowski

    Wanda Orlikowski is the Alfred P. Sloan Professor of Management and a Professor of Information Technologies and Organization Studies at the MIT Sloan School of Management.

  • Wanda Ortiz

    Wanda Ortiz

    Wanda Ortiz is the bassist of the all-female tribute band The Iron Maidens (billed as the "World's Only Female Tribute to Iron Maiden ").

  • Wanda Dee

    Wanda Dee (born as Lawanda McFarland) is an American hip hop artist.

  • Wanda Tomczykowska

    Wanda Tomczykowska (August 29, 1921 – March 2, 2010) was the founder of The Polish Arts and Culture Foundation, San Francisco, California. Between 1966 and 2002 she was the organisation's president.

  • Wanda Nero Butler

    Wanda Nero Butler (born September 24, 1958 as Lawanda Marie Nero) is an American gospel musician. Her first album, Reach for His Love, was released by Sog Secret in 1987, and her second album, New Born Soul, was released by the label in 1989. The subsequent two albums, Wanda and Live in Atlanta, was released in 1991 by Light Records. She released, Chike-Anyabwille, All to the Glory of God, and Family Prayer, was released in 1994, 1996, and 1999 respectively by Sound of Gospel. All albums charted with the lone exception of Wanda on the Billboard magazine Gospel Albums chart.

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