|Born||in Cleveland, Ohio, USA|
|Birth Name||Bree Danielle Aquilia|
|Height||5' 3" (1.6 m)|
Mini Bio (2)
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
Some might say that Bree Michael Warner is perhaps an unlikely spokesperson for the 2A Community. A petite television and film actress appearing on hit series like Without a Trace, Kings of Queens and CSI: Miami, Warner began her segue into producing with the film Trust Me I'm a Lifeguard which premiered at the world renowned Tribeca Film Festival and garnered her a solid introduction to both sides of the lens. Recently wrapping season one on the multi-million-dollar television series Big Dogs, is evidence that her producorial credits are proving to be equally successful. But the story behind the story only just begins to reveal itself. After years of working in the glamour of Hollywood, she entered into her latest and perhaps most inspired chapter of life in the most unforeseen way, with loss.
After the sudden and tragic passing of her husband in 2013, the unexpected twist in the fairytale proved to be a pivotal change in trajectory. Through the wake of grief, life became about capturing moments and honoring the love and sense of adventure that defined their union. Her work and travels flourished in uncharted directions, creating a whole new passion for exploring what drives the human heart and it's ability to overcome great obstacles.
Turning pain into power may have become the primary mission but it was the introduction to firearms that fully opened the door for an empowered self and inspired pathways towards helping others do the same.
Currently serving as a Deputy Sheriff in New York, certified Firearms Instructor and former television host of GunTV, Warner has turned what could have been a derailment into motivation for a life completely re-imagined.
In 2016 she launched the TactiGal Inc. brand, providing firearms training, educational blogs and video reviews, with the goal of encouraging others, especially women, from all walks of life to uncover their own inner warrior. In support of gun rights in America, the brand has since successfully created a line of pro 2A and Christian lifestyle apparel to advocate a positive representation of the modern day 'gun girl'. She is a contributing writer for a variety of industry publications and brand ambassador for some of the most leading firearm product and accessory manufacturers. Her continued appearances on NRA TV with Grant Stinchfield and similar industry related programming have given a much needed pro 2nd Amendment voice in Hollywood, as she continues to successfully balance between both worlds. Warner represents a welcomed shift of professional women coming into the gun industry and continues to advocate the value of training and commitment to living life to it's fullest potential.
Considered an industry influencer, Warner has utilized the power of social media to build her TactiGal Inc. brand, grow a loyal following and further her relationships within the 2A community.
- IMDb Mini Biography By: TactiGal Inc.
|Timothy M. Hudson, Esq.||(12 December 2009 - 20 August 2013) ( his death)|