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Also Known As: Juliet Mia Warner Died:
Born: February 9, 1965 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: New York City, New York, USA Profession: actor, waitress

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This petite, brunette ingenue made her first screen appearance of note in the bucolic romantic comedy, "Doc Hollywood" (1991), as Michael J Fox's quirky love interest. After a striking entrance--arising nude from a lake like Venus--Warner's character turned out to be an earth mother, vegetarian, animal rights activist, ambulance driver, law student. In "Mr. Saturday Night" (1992), Warner gracefully aged 40 years on screen over the course of playing Billy Crystal's long-suffering wife. She next joined an impressive young ensemble playing summer campers grown up and reunited in "Indian Summer" (1993) but the film's lack of box office success stalled her career. After tanking further with "The Puppet Masters" (1994), Warner rebounded slightly starring opposite Chris Farley in the comedy "Tommy Boy" (1995).

This petite, brunette ingenue made her first screen appearance of note in the bucolic romantic comedy, "Doc Hollywood" (1991), as Michael J Fox's quirky love interest. After a striking entrance--arising nude from a lake like Venus--Warner's character turned out to be an earth mother, vegetarian, animal rights activist, ambulance driver, law student. In "Mr. Saturday Night" (1992), Warner gracefully aged 40 years on screen over the course of playing Billy Crystal's long-suffering wife. She next joined an impressive young ensemble playing summer campers grown up and reunited in "Indian Summer" (1993) but the film's lack of box office success stalled her career. After tanking further with "The Puppet Masters" (1994), Warner rebounded slightly starring opposite Chris Farley in the comedy "Tommy Boy" (1995).

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CAST: (feature film)

1.
2.
 Forever Strong (2008)
3.
 Uncaged Heart (2007)
5.
 Stick It (2006)
6.
 White Lies (1997) Mimi Furst
7.
 Wedding Bell Blues (1996) Micki
8.
 Tommy Boy (1995) Michelle
9.
 Puppet Masters, The (1994) Mary Sefton
10.
 Indian Summer (1993) Kelly Berman
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Raised on Manhattan's Upper West Side
1978:
As a teenager, auditioned for Louis Malle's "Pretty Baby" but was not chosen
1987:
Moved to Los Angeles
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Made acting debut at age 15, two-day cameo on daytime soap "The Guiding Light" as a girl with a crush on series regular Kevin Bacon
1988:
First major TV role, as Andrew Dice Clay's girlfriend on HBO special, "Andrew Dice Clay: The Diceman Cometh"
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Appeared on TV in "21 Jump Street", "Carol and Company" and "Star Trek: The Next Generation"
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Appeared in commercials for Alpo dog food
1990:
Feature debut, a bit part in "Flatliners"
1991:
First feature lead, "Doc Hollywood"
1992:
Cast opposite Billy Crystal as the title character's wife in "Mr. Saturday Night"
1995:
Appeared opposite Chris Farley in the screen comedy "Tommy Boy"
1995:
Debut as series regular in the short-lived NBC sitcom "Pride & Joy"
1999:
Had recurring role on Fox's "Party of Five" as a restaurant manager who fell for series regular Scott Wolf
1999:
Returned to series TV as co-star of "Family Law" (CBS); left show during the third season
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Education

Dalton School: New York , New York -
Brown University: Providence , Rhode Island - 1987

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companion:
Hank Azaria. Actor. Involved in the early 1990s; reportedly engaged; no longer together.
husband:
Jonathan Prince. Writer, director. Born c. 1959; met in 1993 at a charity benefit; married on June 17, 1995.

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father:
Neil Warner. Jingle composer. Born c. 1929; composed jingles for Tic Tacs and Dunkin' Donuts.
mother:
Naomi Warner. Publishing licensing director. Born c. 1939; works for art book publisher Harry Abrams.
brother:
James Warner. Born c. 1975; employed by the NYC Parks Department as of 1999.
son:
Jackson Roy Prince. Born c. 1997.
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