Known from movies
|Net value||$2 million|
|Date of birth||February 9, 1965|
|Fact||Lives in Los Angeles.|
Where is Julie Warner now and what is she doing today? Wiki bio
Juliet Mia ‘Julie’ Warner was born in Manhattan, New York City USA, on February 9, 1965, so her zodiac sign is Aquarius and she is an American national. She’s an actressperhaps best known for his role as Lou in the 1991 comedy drama-romantic film “Doc Hollywood”, which also starred Michael J. Fox and Bernard Hughes, and follows a young doctor who, after crashing his car while he traveled across the country, is forced to work in a small town hospital.
Julie has not acted since 2016 and is believed to have retired.
Early life and education
Julie grew up in Manhattan alongside her 10-year-younger brother James, by their late father Neil Warner, who was a pianist and jazz singer, and their mother Naomi (née Bernstein), who was a literary agent and licensing director. At the age of 12, Julie’s parents enrolled her in private co-education college The Dalton School, where she was advised by a teacher to pursue an acting career. Not long after, she won her first role and after taking her matriculation exam, she enrolled at Brown University in Providence, Long Island, graduating in 1987 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in theater.
Roles in TV series
Julie actually started her career at the age of 16 in 1981, playing Cynthia on the soap opera “Guiding Light”. After graduation, she moved to Los Angeles and worked as a waitress for two years until she won an audition to play Alice Greenwood in the 1989 episode “Come from the Shadows” of the police series “21 Jump Street”.
In the following years, Julie appeared in few episodes of various series such as ‘Star Trek: The Next Generation’ and ‘The Outsiders’ in 1990. She was then invited to play the lead character Amy Sherman in the comedy series ‘Pride & Joy’. also starring Craig Bierko, Jeremy Piven and Caroline Rhea, and follows two neighboring families as they raise their children together.
Julie next starred in three episodes of the teen family drama ‘Party of Five’, before playing the lead character Danni Lipton in the legal drama series ‘Family Law’ between 1999 and 2001. This crime drama series also stars Kathleen Quinlan and Christopher McDonald, and follows a law firm dealing with family matters.
In 2003, Julie guest-starred as Carrie Richmond in the episode “Alpha-126” of the drama series “Threat Matrix”, before being cast to play the recurring character Megan O’Hara in the medical drama series “Nip/Tuck” from 2003 to 2006. Some of her next roles were in “Scrubs” in 2004, “Just Legal” in 2005 and “House” in 2006.
Her next recurring role came in 2009 when she was cast to play Andrea Schillo in the drama series “Crash”, followed by guest appearances in “Supermoms”, “Little Women, Big Cars 2” and “Dexter”, all shot in 2012.
Some of Julie’s last serialized appearances were in single episodes of “Grey’s Anatomy” and “Maron” in 2013, and “Code Black” in 2016.
Roles in movies
In 1990, Julia made her debut in a movie playing Joe’s Woman in the psychological sci-fi horror ‘Flatliners’, and was then invited to play supporting characters in ‘Mr. Saturday Night” in 1992, “Indian Summer” in 1993 and “The Puppet Masters” in 1994.
In 1995, she was cast as Michelle Brock in the adventure comedy “Tommy Boy” starring Chris Farley and David Spade. appeared in “Wedding Bell Blues” in 1996, “White Lies” in 1997, and “Pros & Cons” in 1999. She was acclaimed for her portrayal of Phyllis Charis in the 2006 comedy drama “Stick It”, starring Missy Peregrym, Jeff Bridges, and Vanessa Lengies and which follows the life of an elite gymnast.
She went on to play Natalie Penning in the sports movie “Forever Strong” in 2008, and a newsreader in “Radio Free Albemuth” in 2010, while some of her last appearances in movies were in “Breaking Through” in 2015, and in “The Beautiful Ones” and “Chalk It Up” in 2016.
Love life and husband
Julia met famed film director and writer Jonathan Prince in 1992 while filming for a movie, and after three years of dating, they got married on June 17, 1995 in a small ceremony attended only by the two’s closest friends and family. Julie gave birth to their son Jackson Roy Prince in 1997, but she and Jonathan divorced sometime in the 2000s.
Jonathan Alexander Prince was born in Beverly Hills, California, USA, on August 16, 1958, so his zodiac sign is Leo and he is an American national. He studied at Harvard Universitygraduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in theater in 1980, then began appearing in films and TV series such as the sitcom “Mr. Merlin” in 1981, the teen sex comedy “Private School” in 1983, and the sitcom “Throb in 1986.
In 1990, he became the host of the game show “The Quiz Kids Challenge” while his first writing and producing experience was when he worked on the fantasy comedy film “18 Again!” He rose to fame after producing the drama series “American Dreams”, which aired from September 29, 2002 to March 30, 2005. He is currently single and has not dated anyone in public after his divorce from Julie.
Hobbies and other interests
Julie is not a big fan of the social media networks and as she prefers to keep her personal affairs to herself, she is not active on any of the popular social media networks. She loves being on the road and has traveled across the US to shoot for her series and movies, while she has also been to several European countries including England and Spain.
Julie has worked with several charitable organizations while focusing primarily on helping veterans and children with special needs. She is an animal lover and has had several dogs as pets, while her favorite animals include both horses and birds.
She likes to watch movies in her spare time, and some of her favorite actresses and actors are Kate Winslet, Helen Mirren and Jim Carrey, while some of her favorite movies are “The Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind”, “Monty Python and the Holy Grail “, and “The Queen”.
Appearance and power
Julia is 55 years old. She has long brown hair and brown eyes, is 1.6 m tall and weighs about 54 kg. From May 2020, her ability is estimated at over $2 million.
|First and last name||Juliet Warner|
|Net value||$2 million|
|Date of birth||February 9, 1965|
|Education||Brown University, the Dalton School|
|Parents||Naomi Bernstein, Neil Warner|
|Brothers or sisters||James Warner|
|Movies||Doc Hollywood, Tommy Boy, Forever Strong, The Puppet Masters, Mr. Saturday Night, Stick It, Our First Christmas, Indian Summer, Flatliners, Mr. Murder, Wedding Bell Blues, Chalk It Up, Telling of the Shoes, Radio Free Albemuth, Taken Away, Pros & Cons, The Beautiful Ones|
|TV shows||Family Law, Pride & Joy, High Bar|
|The beautiful||2017||completed||Caterina Tancredi|
|Code Black||2016||TV serials||Renee|
|Chalk it||2016||Dean York|
|Taken away||2014||TV movie||Barbara|
|Tell about the shoes||2014||Ellie|
|Gray’s Anatomy||2013||TV serials||Mrs Lance|
|Right||2012||TV serials||Lori Randall|
|Leap year||2011-2012||TV serials||Josie Hersh / Josie Lanning|
|Little women, big cars 2||2012||TV serials||Barbara|
|Little women, big cars||2012||Barbara|
|Super moms||2012||TV serials||maggie|
|Radio Free Albemuth||2010||Newsreader #1|
|Crash||2009||TV serials||Andrew Schillo|
|Real Jackson, VP||2009||TV serials||Rose pincher|
|Our first Christmas||2008||TV movie||Cindy Baer-Noll|
|Always strong||2008||Natalie Penning|
|Crossroads: a story of forgiveness||2007||TV movie||Melissa|
|Uncaged heart||2007||TV movie||Janet Tarr|
|Pinch/fold||2003-2006||TV serials||Megan O’Hara|
|Paste it||2006||Mrs Charis|
|House MD||2006||TV serials||Margaret Dalton|
|Just legal||2005||TV serials||Mrs. Ross|
|Hidden Howie: The Private Life of a Public Nuisance||2005||TV serials||Howie’s wife|
|Threat Matrix||2003||TV serials||Carrie Richmond|
|A Screwball Murder||2003||TV movie||Shelly|
|Baseball Women||2002||TV movie||Lorraine Bradley|
|Family law||1999-2001||TV serials||Danny Lipton|
|Pros and cons||1999||Eileen|
|Party of Five||1999||TV serials||Lauren|
|Mr Murder||1998||TV movie||Paige Stillwater|
|white lies||1997||Mimi Furst|
|Wedding Bell Blues||1996||Mickey Rachel Levine|
|Pride & Joy||1995||TV serials||Amy Sherman|
|The Puppet Masters||1994||Mary Sefton|
|late summer||1993||Kelly Berman|
|Herman’s head||1993||TV serials||layla|
|Mr. Saturday night||1992||Elaine|
|Star Trek: The Next Generation||1989-1990||TV serials||Christy Henshaw|
|The outsiders||1990||TV serials||Charlene Walker|
|Stolen: a husband||1990||TV movie||Jenny|
|21 Jump Street||1989||TV serials||Alice Greenwood|
|Guiding light||1981||TV serials||Cynthia|
|Family law||2002||Episode 1 of the TV series|
|Special thanks to Roy London||2005||Documentary producer|
|10th Annual Prism Awards||2006||TV special||herself|
|‘Tommy Boy’: behind the laughter||2005||Video documentary short||herself|
|Just the two of us||2005||Video documentary short||herself|
|Live with Kelly and Ryan||2005||TV serials||herself|
|The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson||2005||TV serials||herself|
|Special thanks to Roy London||2005||Documentary||herself|
|The 27th Annual People’s Choice Awards||2001||TV special||herself|
|5th Annual Prism Awards||2001||TV special||Herself – Presenter|
|CBS takes care||2001||TV serials||herself|
|The Rosie O’Donnell Show||2000||TV serials||herself|
|Late Night with Conan O’Brien||2000||TV serials||herself|
|The daily show||2000||TV serials||herself|
|The directors||1997||Documentary about the TV series||herself|
|The Diceman is coming||1989||TV Special documentary||JoAnne (as Julie Werner)|
|1992||CFCA Award||Chicago Film Critics Association Awards||Most Promising Actress||Mr. Saturday Night (1992)|