Wendell Burton is listed in the credits for the following albums:
|1977||Barry McGuire||Have You Heard||Songwriter|
|1977||Keith Green||For Him Who Has Ears to Hear||Songwriter|
|1978||Jamie Owens-Collins||Love Eyes||Songwriter|
|1979||Wendell Burton||Shinin' Thru the Rain||Songwriter, Vocals|
|1980||Wayne Watson||Workin' in the Final Hour||Songwriter|
|1985||Debby Boone||Choose Life||Songwriter|
Wendell Burton was an American television executive and former motion-picture actor and television actor, best known for his co-starring role with Liza Minnelli in the 1969 movie The Sterile Cuckoo.
Burton was born in San Antonio, Texas, the son of an Air Force sergeant who died when he was five. He became involved in college theatricals while a student at Sonoma State College (later known as Sonoma State University). His acting career began when he won the title role in the San Francisco production of You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown.
Burton was plucked from obscurity to star opposite Minnelli as Jerry Payne, the young college student with whom she falls in love in The Sterile Cuckoo.
In 1977, Burton embraced Christianity and was associated with the Vineyard Christian Fellowship under Pastor Kenn Gulliksen in Los Angeles.
In the 1990s he became a sales executive for The Family Channel, and later helped launch an independent TV station in Houston.
Wendell Burton lived in Houston, where he served as a Senior Director of the Champions Network, an association of pastors linked with Joel Osteen and the Lakewood Church, which gives recommendations of local Champions Network churches to broadcast viewers, and as Drama Director at Lakewood Church. He died at his home in Houston on May 30, 2017, from brain cancer. He was 69 years old.
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Wendell Burton is the Senior Director and Creative Minister at Lakewood Church in Houston, Tx.