Julie Warner News!!
You can do a SCENE STUDY CLASS WITH JULIE every Tuesday 7:30-10pm at BANG STUDIO, 467 N. Fairfax Ave, LA CA 90036.
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I was born and raised in New York City, the daughter of a commercial jingle composer/arranger, Neil Warner, and a book agent, Naomi. I attended the still relentlessly fundraising, I mean "very prestigious," Dalton School, for 12 years.
During my high school and college summers I completed the Circle in the Square acting program, The Julliard program in Chautaqua, NY, studied with Nancy Donohue at HB Studios and Bill Esper.
I graduated with a hangover from Brown University, with a BA in Theater Arts. I performed and directed well over 30 plays at Brown, my proudest moment (and my father's personal favorite) an Athol Fugard one act in which I was completely naked for 90 minutes. Professional theater credits include: Williamstown Theater Festival "An Inspector Calls" with Joe Maher, directed by John Badham.
Feeling ready to try something other than living with my parents in NYC and with no desire to go to graduate school for two or four more years, I moved to Hollywood.
After finding a brilliant acting teacher, Roy London, I stopped doing Pert Plus and Alpo commercials and began to work steadily on Television in guest starring roles and MOW's.
My first feature and "big break" was Doc Hollywood with Michael J. Fox (Dir: Michael Caton-Jones). Other films that followed include Mr. Saturday Night (Dir: Billy Crystal), Indian Summer (Dir: Mike Binder), White Lies (Dir: Ken Selden) Tommy Boy (Dir: Peter Segal), Robert Heinlein's The Puppet Masters(Dir: Stuart Orme), Wedding Bell Blues (Dir: Dana Lustig), Pros and Cons (Dir: Boris Damast).
Television Series include: "Pride and Joy" for NBC created by Marc Lawrence, "Family Law" (CBS) created by Paul Haggis. I directed an episode in the 3rd and final season. "Nip/Tuck", 1st season, as Megan O'Hara. (Directors, Jamie Babbitt, Craig Zisk, Scott Brazil, and Mike Robin.)
More recently I starred in "Hidden Howie" (Howie Mandel, Bravo, August 2005) and was one of the leads in the pilot of "Sisters In Law" (Dir; Robert Luketic). This year I was also in "House" and "Stick It", a Disney feature with Jeff Bridges.
"Special Thanks to Roy London" is my first foray into producing.
I continue to live in the LA Area, (I just enjoy hovering over it) because of Jackson, an amazing kid I half made. My dream is to do more theater, cure my insomnia, and work on my singing.