Gwynyth Walsh - Biography

Last Modified: Nov 7, 2022

Gwynyth Walsh
Profession: Actress
Best Known For: Star Trek (film)
Salary: Under Review
Net Worth: Under Review

Personal Details

Born on : September 7, 1956 (age 67)
Birth Name /
Full Name:
Gwynyth Walsh
Birth Place: Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
Horoscope: Virgo
Father's Name: N/A
Mother's Name: N/A
Siblings: N/A
University: University of Alberta
Ethnicity: Caucasian
Nationality: Canadian


Sexual Orientation: Straight
Marital Status: Married
Husband's Name: Christopher Britton

Body Measurements

Height: 1.73 meter (5 feet 8 inch)
Weight: 58 kg (127.87 lb)
Hair Color: Light Brown
Eye Color: Green
Shoe Size: 7 US
Dress Size: 8 US
Breast Size: 36 inch
Waist Size: 29 inch
Hip Size: 35 inch
Bra Size: 36
Cup Size: B

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Who is Gwynyth Walsh?

Gwynyth Walsh is a professional actress and a Canadian national. She is well known for portraying  B'Etor in Star Trek and as Nimira in the Star Trek: Voyager episode.

Gwynyth Walsh – Age, Parents, Siblings

Gwynyth Walsh’s birth took place on November 7, 1956, in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, and grew up in Vancouver, British Columbia. Other details on her early life including the identity of her mother, father, siblings, and parents' occupation as well as details of her childhood, are kept private.

Gwynyth Walsh with late actor Richard McMillan at Stratford in 1985 (Image: Facebook)

Education, Ethnicity

For education, she attended the University of Alberta where she earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts. Her ethnicity is Caucasian.

Gwynyth Walsh – Boyfriend, Husband, Children, Divorce

Gwynyth Walsh married her longtime boyfriend Christopher Britton in 2006. Britton is also an actor. She does not have any children together. However, she is a stepmother to Paget, her husband’s daughter from his previous marriage to Claudette Jaiku.

As of 2020, Walch is living a blissful marriage without rumors of extra-marital affairs or divorce.

Gwynyth Walsh, Christopher Britton in 2016 (Image: Facebook)

Gwynyth Walsh – Career

Early Career

Gwynyth Walsh started her career as an actress in 1983. Her debut roles were in the 1983’s TV film Pajama Tops as Claudine

This was followed by minor roles in the TV series Adderly (1986), Street Legal (1987, 88), Captain Power and the Soldiers of the Future (1988), Friday the 13th: The Series (1989), L.A. Law (1989), It's Garry Shandling's Show (1990).

Films, Series

Finally, in 1994, Walsh was cast as B'Etor, one of the Duras sisters in the film Star Trek Generations, for which she is most recognized. Since then she has starred in films Crossing Fields (1997), Flush (2004), No One Knows You Like Your Mother (2009), Chokeslam (2016), and Miracle (2016).

In TV series she has starred in the TV series RoboCop: The Series (1994), One West Waikiki (1995-1996), Star Trek: Voyager (1997), Da Vinci's Inquest (1998-2002), The Collector (2005), Continuum (2014), Van Helsing (2016), Black Summer (2016).

Moreover, Gwynyth Walsh has starred in more than a dozen TV films including The Limbic Region (1996), Final Descent (1997), Eight Days to Live (2006), Homegrown Christmas (2018), The Secret Ingredient (2020), name a few.

Gwynyth Walsh in Star Trek: Voyager (Image: Twitter)


On Black Summer, Gwynyth Walsh has starred alongside Jaime King, Justin Chu Cary, Kelsey Flower, and Sal Velez Jr.

Gwynyth Walsh – Awards, Nominations

Walsh has been awarded a Dramalogue Award - Best Actress for her portrayal of Beatrice in Shakespeare's Much Ado About Nothing.

Gwynyth Walsh – Net Worth, Salary

The figure on her net worth and annual salary is under review and will be updated.

Gwynyth Walsh – Instagram, Twitter, Facebook

On social media handles including Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook, Gwynyth Walsh is absent Instead several fan accounts have been set up in her name.

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Tags : Nimira B'Etor Actress Christopher Britton Star Trek Star Trek: Voyager


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