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Lesley Ann Warren - Joan Holloway
Versatile actress Leslie Ann Warren, the youngest actor to have ever attended New York's Actors Studio, was discovered at age 17 by Walt Disney after he saw her in a musical adaptation of Cinderella. He subsequently cast her in The Happiest Millionaire, the last film he ever personally supervised.
Her first adult role was in television's hit series Mission Impossible, which was followed by a host of made-for-TV movies. Her feature film career did not get under way in earnest until 1982 when Blake Edwards cast her in the comedy, Victor/Victoria, opposite Julie Andrews and James Garner, for which she received an Oscar nomination for Best Actress. This was followed by such films as Choose Me, Songwriter and Baja Oklahoma, in which she starred as a barmaid who wanted to be a songwriter. In Mel Brooks' comedy Life Stinks, she starred as a homeless woman on the edge of insanity.
Warren remains active in television, starring in such fare as Willing to Kill: The Texas Cheerleader Story and Richie Rich's Christmas Wish. Her many other film credits include Harry & Walter Go To New York, Race for the Yankee Zephyr, Night in Heaven, Clue, Burglar, Bop, Worth Winning, Pure Country and Love Kills. She recently starred in Steven Soderbergh's The Limey with Terence Stamp, Alan Rudolph's Trixie with Emily Watson and Dermot Mulroney, and Nick Castle's Delivering Milo with Albert Finney and Bridget Fonda. Upcoming releases include Sergei Bodrov's The Quickie with Jennifer Jason Leigh, Through the Skin with Brad Renfro, Losing Grace, The Frenchman and The Myersons.