Nancy Robertson is a Canadian comedian and actress best known for portraying Wanda Dollard on the Canadian sitcoms Corner Gas and Corner Gas Animated. She also played the role of Millie Upton in Hiccups.
Robertson was born in 1971 and raised in Vancouver, British Columbia. She studied drama during high school and graduated in 1990. She went on to attend the Breck Academy and The Vancouver Arts Club Theatre Program.
Robertson's television career began with the CBC sketch comedy series "The 11th Hour." She later played temperamental parking attendant Harriet Sharpe in the mockumentary film The Delicate Art of Parking. Her fellow parking attendant, Grant Parker, is played by Fred Ewanuick, who later co-starred with Robertson in Corner Gas.
From 2004 to 2009, Robertson played Wanda Dollard, an intelligent and sarcastic gas station attendant, on the hit Canadian television series Corner Gas. In 2010, Robertson's husband and Corner Gas co-star, Brent Butt created a new television series, Hiccups. The show's lead role, a children's author with anger-management issues, was not initially written with Robertson in mind, but she decided to take on the role upon reading the script. The second and final season of Hiccups ended on August 28, 2011. Robertson played the role of Principal Moreno in the television movie Radio Rebel.
On 19 November 2005, Robertson married her Corner Gas and Hiccups co-star Brent Butt. They live in Vancouver and have no children.