Alison Wandzura
Alison Wandzura
Character Hostess
Season(s) S1 - S2 - S3 - OW - S4 - S5 - S6 - S7
Date of Birth Unknown
Origin Canada
IMDb profile

Alison Wandzura is an episodic actor on Once Upon a Time, portraying the role of the hostess in "Operation Mongoose, Part 1".


Life & Career

Growing up on the Canadian Prairies, Wandzura busied herself with creating opportunities to act. She became the Artistic Director of a theatre company consisting of her and her two brothers, directing puppet shows and staging scenes that she hoped would be featured on America's Funniest Home Videos. She reached the climax of her childhood acting career when she was cast in a lead role in a fourth grade school production of The Shoemaker's Wife.

15 years later, Wandzura had become entrenched in academics, eventually graduating from the University of Calgary's Commerce faculty with a Business Degree in Marketing. Coupled with a Minor Degree in Theatre Acting, she appeared in several University shows that weren't quite as thrilling as The Shoemaker's Wife, but nevertheless good practice.

At age 26, after sampling a dual life of marketing by day and community theatre by night, Wandzura moved to Vancouver, British Columbia, in pursuit of film and television acting work. She has since continuously worked on network television series', TV movies, and feature films.

Wandzura's first attempt as a writer and producer on a short film was humbling. She is now digging deeper into the realm of writing and producing with the goal of collaborating with top-notch film industry professionals to create meaningful, thought-provoking stories. Wandzura is a Professional Member of Women In Film & Television Vancouver.

In 2015, she was cast on Once Upon a Time.

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