| Wendell Borton|
|Occupation||Student at Springfield Elementary School|
|Relatives||Unnamed mother (seen in Simpsons Comics)|
|First Appearance||"Simpsons Roasting on an Open Fire"|
|Voiced By|| Jo Ann Harris|
Wendell Borton is a student at Springfield Elementary School.
Wendell is an albino boy who is a classmate of Bart Simpson in Mrs. Krabappel's fourth grade class. He is often seen playing with classmates such as Richard and Lewis and is also good friends with Martin Prince and helped him with his election as class president against Bart. He is considered one of the nerds of the school along with Martin, Database and several others, making him a constant and easy target of Nelson and other bullies; however, he might also have some run-ins with the school rules, as he was seen in detention. Wendell was also one of the children who become stranded on the island with his fellow Model UN Club members. His hair color sometimes changes to yellow in the background, such as in one episode, in which he is punched in the stomach by Nelson for lunch money. When the Simpsons get a new trampoline, he's among the kids invited to their place to jump on it, but the trampoline turns out to be hazardous and several kids end up getting hurt, including Wendell. At one point he falls and exclaims "My arm!"
Wendell is known to have a dizzy feeling once in a while, such as when he threw up on a bus ride after Bart patted him on the back.  Another time, it's implied that Wendell vomited in the school's hallway, for which he apologized to Groundskeeper Willie, who's seen mopping up the mess left on the floor and behind. 
Treehouse Of HorrorEdit
In the "Treehouse of Horror V" segment "Nightmare Cafeteria", Wendell is among one of the last children not sent to their death. He is, however, sent to the principal's office once his pencil slips off his desk, sealing his fate.
Throughout the series, he has been voiced by Jo Ann Harris, Pamela Hayden, Nancy Cartwright and Russi Taylor. This is due to the fact the he rarely speaks and thus has no specific voice actor. His most recent speaking appearance was in Stealing First Base, where he asks a student in the other fourth-grade class if he can sit with him.
- ↑ Lisa's Substitute
- ↑ Black-eyed Please
- ↑ Das Bus
- ↑ Little Girl in the Big Ten
- ↑ Bart's Inner Child
- ↑ Homer's Odyssey
- ↑ Bye Bye Nerdie