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Juliet Mia Warner was born on the 9th February 1965, in Manhattan, New York City USA, and is an actress who is most famous for her appearances in movies such as “Doc Hollywood” (1991), “Mr. Saturday Night” (1992) and “Tommy Boy” (1995), as well as the TV series’ “Star Trek: The Next Generation”, “Family Law” and “Nip/Tuck”.
Have you ever wondered how much wealth this Hollywood actress has accumulated so far? How rich Julie Warner is? According to sources, it is estimated that the total of Julie Warner’s net worth, as of mid-2017, revolves around the sum of $2 million, acquired through her career in the moviemaking industry which has been active since 1989.
Julie Warner Net Worth $2 million
Julie is the older of two children of Naomi, a book agent and marketing consultant, and Neil Warner who was a pianist, music arranger and jingle composer. She went to Dalton School, and continued her education at Rhode Island’s Brown University from which she graduated in 1987, obtaining her Bachelor of Arts degree in theater. Although she debuted on the small screens as a 16-years-old girl when she was cast for the role of Cynthia in “Guiding Light” TV series, the real beginning of her acting career occurred after she graduated, moved to Los Angeles, and appeared in the role of Alice Greenwood in the “21 Jump Street” TV series in 1989. This engagement helped her to establish herself as a young and prominent actress, and also provided the basis for her current net worth.
Julie’s career was set on a rising path later that year, when she was cast in the more demanding role of Christy Henshaw in he sci-fi TV series “Star Trek: The Next Generation”, but her real breakthrough occurred two years later when she appeared opposite Michael J. Fox in the 1991 comedy movie “Doc Hollywood”. These successful ventures were followed by several other notable roles through the 1990s, such as starring in, apart from those already mentioned above, “Herman’s Head”, “Pride & Joy” and “Party of Five” TV series, as well as the movies “Indian Summer” (1993) and “Tommy Boy” (1995). All these engagements helped Julie Warner to add a notable sum to her revenues.
In 1999, Julie was cast for the role of Danni Lipton in the “Family Law” TV series, the role which she reprised in the show’s 49 episodes through its three seasons, ’til 2001. Ever since, she has managed to keep a continuous streak of various acting engagements, enriching her professional portfolio as well as her net worth.
Julie Warner has now appeared in over 30 support roles in various TV series’, such as “Scrubs”, “Entourage”, “Crash” as well as “Leap Year”, “Dexter”, “Grey’s Anatomy”, and more recently “Code Black”. Besides television, she has starred in over 15 movie productions as well, of which the more notable include “Stick It” (2006), “Forever Strong” (2008) and “Telling of the Shoes” (2014). Doubtlessly, all these appearances have helped Julie Warner to dramatically increase her wealth by a large margin.
When it comes to her personal life, Julie Warner dated a fellow actor Hank Azaria in the early 1990s before she married movie producer, director and screenwriter Jonathan Prince in 1995; before they divorced, they welcomed a son. Currently, Julie Warner resides in Los Angeles, California.