Wendy Wiltz was a contestant on Cycle 6 of ANTM.

Born in New Orleans, Wendy began modeling while still in high school. During her second year, a local modeling agency recruited her and immediately she was chosen to appear on a Pringles commercial. She then went on to become the spokesmodel for the hair shows of Aguage, Sebastian, and L’OREAL. In 2001, she graduated from high school and went on to major in Interior Design at Louisiana State University. In 2004, she modeled for the Johnson Publishing Company’s Ebony Fashion Fair Tour. She also appeared in several print ads and fashion shows for designer Harold Clarke.

Despite her extensive background in modeling, Wendy was the second to be voted off from America’s Next Top Model, Cycle 6. Shortly before she came on the show, Hurricane Katrina hit her hometown of New Orleans, leaving thousands homeless and without proper food and shelter. Wendy was so worried about her family that not only did she spend a lot of time on the phone with them, she also lost most of her concentration and focus, resulting in her poor performances during the first two photo shoots.

Being eliminated from the show did not discourage Wendy from pursuing her dream of becoming a supermodel. In interviews she did with the New York Post and The Times Picayune, she assured her fans that they would be seeing more of her in the years to come.

Wendy has been represented by I.D. Model Management, but is now with 2NYC Models.

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To see more photos of Wendy, click here.

17 Responses to “Wendy Wiltz”

  1. Marts Says:

    I wish we would’ve seen more from her on ANTM.

  2. Dee Says:

    I’m glad to see she continued with her modeling. Best of luck to you!!

  3. sharon Says:

    Two words: Nose Job!

  4. gary Says:

    Her 70’s high-fashion shots are her best.

  5. Heather Says:

    She is beautiful. You all are JEALOUS!

  6. Chelsea Says:

    I just took some photos of Wendy during Fashion Week New Orleans 2011, you can check them out on my facebook page !

  7. Linda Says:

    I know I’m jealous. :D. Her face is beautiful, but her body is amazingly sick!

  8. Annicka Annick Says:

    She’s so dynamic when she smiles.

  9. Tikka Says:

    Absolutely gorgeous girl! Wonderful I love the beauty shots and she can handle a lot with the different hair styles.

  10. Scarlett Says:

    Stop hating on her, those people who say she need a nose job, your just jealous of her because you could never be a model. Wendy’s beautiful and blessed with her beauty – HATERS.

  11. kiki Says:

    She could have been a real contender on the show if she had come later. She wasn’t ready and she was full of sadness and that doesn’t make for good photos.

  12. MrChum428 Says:

    WOW!! where was she in antm?? She have some amazing pics!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  13. Sahal Says:

    She should have won! She and Gina should have been the final 2.

    It should have been

    13. Kari
    12. Sara
    11. Furonda
    10. Brooke
    9. Joanie
    8. Leslie
    7. Mollie Sue
    6. Kathy
    5. Jade
    4.Danielle/Nnenna (Double Elimination)
    3.Nnenna/Danielle (Double Elimination)
    Runner Up: Gina
    Winner Cycle 6: WENDY!!!!!

  14. Ella Says:

    She’s gorgeous just the way she is, people—she does not need a nose job or any kind of plastic surgery for that matter. Her dad is a famous event promoter and sports agent in New Orleans. She looks so much like him!

  15. E Says:

    What I did not understand about Wendy was that if she literally couldn’t find my family and feared them dead, why would her next step be to try out for ANTM? Does that make sense to ANYONE?

    Anyway, I agree that her shnoz was not working and am not surprised that she did not go very far after the show. (What I’m surprised by is that she got work before the show.) It’s not hating, it’s truth. The industry is 100% superficial, and almost any agent would agree that she needed a nose job. But the overall reason why I wasn’t into Wendy was because she looked and acted boring–same reason why I didn’t like Naima. No personality.

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