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Overview (2)

Birth NameBree Danielle Aquilia
Height 5' 3" (1.6 m)

Mini Bio (1)

Bree Michael Warner is best known for her portrayal of "Marilyn Raymer" in the Nickelodeon series iCarly.

She was encouraged in the arts at an early age by her parents, both of whom performed on stage. With the inspiration of her musical theatre mother and singer-songwriter father, her own interest in performing was cultivated from the start.

Originally from Cleveland, OH she ventured west to pursue her training at the highly regarded University of Southern California, earning dual degrees from both the School of Dramatic Arts, as well as, the School of Cinema-Television.

As a long time Los Angeleno, now first time New Yorker, Warner's been acting for over a decade and finding herself opposite a talented bevy of cohorts, including Stephen Dorff, James Woods, and Stephen Lang in the upcoming feature film Officer Down. Playing Brogan, Dorff's Forensics partner, Warner provides the smoking gun, helps solve the crime and proves that smart women can be sexy.

But it wasn't always about blood splatter marks and latex gloves, Alan Ball wrote a role for her on Six Feet Under long before Dexter was even pitched. From that famed HBO series emerged a surging momentum for Warner in the world of television. She lit up opposite Mathew Fox, went toe to toe against Jill Hennesy, and even lost herself in the arms of Anthony LaPaglia. Known for her chameleon-like qualities, she continues to give notable performances in both Television and Film and 2013 will welcome the official release of 3 feature films in which she stars. (Officer Down, Humdinger & Truth About Layla)

A recent revisit to the stage has also earned her acclaim from the critics for her leading performance in the Off-Broadway Production of Pulitzer Prize Nominee Lee Blessing's, Two Rooms. According to Randy Gener, former editor of American Theatre Magazine, "Warner stand[s] out as an actor. She brings an honesty and sincerity". Paulanne Simmons, of New York Theatre Wire and Drama Desk Awards affiliate says "Ms. Warner is powerful as she falls apart and we sympathize with her every step of the way."

She is represented by the bi-coastal management team at The J Arts Group.

- IMDb Mini Biography By: Sasha Alexandra / Source Public Relations

Spouse (1)

Timothy Hudson (12 December 2009 - 16 August 2013) (his death)

Trivia (11)

She's an only child
Attended the University of Southern California School of Theatre.
Ovation Award Nominee for her performance in the 2002 Ivar Brick Theatre in Los Angeles' Stage Production of "dAWGS" directed by Justin Huen.
Is a self proclaimed Star Trek fan, having attended many Sci-fi/Fantasy/Star Trek Conventions growing up.
Currently Resides in New York, NY (2009).
Is also a Professional Photographer specializing in Band and Celebrity Portraiture, as well as, an accomplished Designer of Disc Packaging for Musical Artists. Works both in Los Angeles and New York. Has been published as a photographer in Revolver, Merge, DRUM!, Long Beach Magazine, CoCo Eco and Advertisements for Meinl Cymbals. Has extensive client roster including Bonded Records, Universal Music Group and Rebel Waltz Management.
Is a published poet and contributor to a number of novels and collections including The Vulture Project by Frank E. Darrow and "Postcards & Pearls" edited by Gina Greenlee and published by Aventine Press.
Avid collector of Fine Art, with pieces from Marc Chagall, Dali and Contemporary Artist Lisa Nankivil.
Earned her SAG card by getting Taft-Hartleyed on the feature film Idle Hands.
Played clarinet in her teens, winning multiple awards for Regional and State Music Competitions throughout Central Florida.
Original Founding Member of the New York Acting School: Professional Ensemble.

Personal Quotes (2)

There is something in the eyes of women who must face mountains before them. You see their struggle but more importantly you can see their triumph.
I recall on many occasions being transfixed by watching my Mother during the rehearsal process of whatever given Musical she was performing for the season. To me it was as much of a wonderment as seeing Disneyworld for the first time.

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