LESLEY ANN WARREN (Dawn Sloane) worked previously with director Alan Rudolph on "Choose Me," (People's Choice Award) and "Songwriter" (for which she earned a Golden Globe nomination). Recently, she has appeared in "Twin Falls Idaho," "Teaching Mrs. Tingle," and Steven Soderbergh's "The Limey." Blake Edwards' "Victor/Victoria" garnered her both Golden Globe and Academy Award nominations, as well as winning the New York Critics Film Award and a People's Choice Award. Some of her other films include "Clue," "Cop," "Burglar," "Worth Winning," "Pure Country," "Life Stinks," "The Color Of Night," and "Going All The Way."
After winning the Most Promising Newcomer Award as the lead in "110 In The Shade" on Broadway, she appeared as "Cinderella" in the original television version of the Rogers and Hammerstein classic. She has the distinction of being the youngest student ever accepted to the renowned Actors Studio, where she studied with Lee Stasberg, and shortly thereafter performed in their production of "Threepenny Opera." Recently, Warren starred on Broadway in "Dream."
Warren's television credits include NBC's "Evergreen," HBO's "Natural Enemy," TNT's Emmy Award winning "Joseph" with Ben Kingsley, HBO's "Baja Oklahoma," and A&E's "27 Wagons Full Of Cotton." Other honors for Warren include a Golden Globe for Best Actress for "79 Park Avenue," and Golden Globe and Emmy Award nominations for the CBS's mini-series "Family Of Spies." Her most recent television appearance has been on the NBC comedy "Jesse," as Christina Applegate's mother. She is currently filming "Delivering Milo" with Albert Finney and Bridget Fonda.
* * *