Watch the video. Looking for something to watch? Sign In. Up this week. Lesley Ann Warren started gearing towards a life in show business right off the bat as a child ballerina; little did she know that Hollywood stardom would arrive on her doorstep in the form of a "Cinderella" story. Filmography by Job Trailers and Videos. Share this page:. The Late Shift premiere.
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Publicity notwithstanding, Lesley Ann Warren did not exactly burst fully grown into the world in to star in the Rodgers and Hammerstein TV special Cinderella. Upon replacing Barbara Bain in the long-running espionage TVer Mission: Impossible in , Warren publicly emphasized that her character, Dana Lambert, was a "now" person, wise in the ways of sex. She stayed with Mission for only a year, after which she established herself as a leading light in the made-for-TV movie field, frequently cast as an older woman involved romantically with a much-younger man. Her more recent roles include Molly, the homeless woman in Mel Brooks' Life Stinks , who goes into a "death throes" act whenever she feels like it, and the barracuda booking agent for c-and-w star George Strait in Pure Country View All Photos 5. Mustard says: Do you like Kipling Miss Scarlet? Miss Scarlet says: Sure I'll eat anything. Miss Scarlet says: Why has the car stopped? Plum says: It's frightened. Miss Scarlet says: Wadsworth, don't hate me for trying to shoot you.
Lesley Ann Warren born August 16, is an American actress and singer. Warren made her Broadway debut in , and in received wide recognition for playing the title role in the television musical production of Cinderella. She received two additional Golden Globe nominations for performances in Songwriter and Family of Spies In , Warren began her career as a ballet dancer, training at the School of American Ballet at the age of Her career began in at age 15 when she made a tape of herself singing Queen of the Night aria from The Magic Flute the first and only time she sang opera. She entered the Actors Studio at the age of 17—reputedly the youngest applicant ever to be accepted. Her Broadway debut came in in the musical in the Shade. She won the Theatre World Award for her performance in the flop musical Drat! The Cat!
Lesley Ann Warren started gearing towards a life in show business right off the bat as a child ballerina; little did she know that Hollywood stardom would arrive on her doorstep in the form of a "Cinderella" story. Her mother gave up her own entertainment career for marriage and family. Lesley attended New York's Professional Children's School and eventually studied under Lee Strasberg at his Actors Studio, the youngest student to be accepted at the time age The freckled, talented hopeful gathered musical stage experience in such shows as "Bye Bye Birdie" playing swooning teen Kim McAfee.