A tribute

    The New Lesley-Ann Warren Page

    Some beauty remains evergreen
     


     
     
     

    Yes, my Lesley-Ann Warren site is back in the air. As long my provider allows it. 
    If you have new pictures of Lesley-Ann which I don't have please sent them to me. 
    The reward is that they will probably stand on this site. 
    So that we all can see how  beautiful Lesley-Ann Warren is. 
    Thank you all in advance  Please mail Lesley-Ann Warren Pics, thanx Biels.

     
     


     
     
     
     
     


     
     
     

    I am from Holland, Europe and it maybe seem strange but I don't like the sound of the word "redhead" so much. Of course I do like women with red hair very much, and their usually pale skin and blue eyes. I prefer "red princess". Red hair is a gift of nature which is not so common. Beside her beauty, Lesley-Ann Warren is of course a wonderful actrice. In a strange way here acting reminds me of some "Italian actresses" Maybe here unusual, sensual? Emotional way of acting? It is her secret.
     
     
     
     


     
     

    Lesley Ann Warren 
    (1948 - )  Biography from Baseline's Encyclopedia of Film 

    Born in New York City; educated at the Actors Studio, New York. A great underutilized talent in features, this stage-trained actress has shone in numerous TV movies, miniseries, and music-oriented specials. America first discovered Warren as a fresh-faced ingenue; she was a radiant "Cinderella" (CBS, 1967) in the now classic Rodgers and Hammerstein musical TV special. That same year, Warren made her feature debut in THE HAPPIEST MILLIONAIRE, a Disney musical starring Fred MacMurray. She followed up with another Disney songfest, THE ONE AND ONLY, GENUINE, ORIGINAL FAMILY BAND (1968) before devoting most of her time to TV, appearing in TV movies, busted pilots, miniseries and guest spots. Though feature assignments were few and far between -- only three between 1968 and 1982 -- TV realized Warren's potential as a lead. Warren could ennoble some dubious material. She brought conviction, toughness, and sympathy to her portrayals of B-girls, struggling moms, and plucky careerists. Warren's many miniseries credits include HAROLD ROBBINS' 79 PARK AVENUE (NBC, 1977), BEULAH LAND (NBC, 1980) and EVERGREEN (NBC, 1985). Her TV movies include such provocative titles as PORTRAIT OF A STRIPPER (CBS, 1979), PORTRAIT OF A SHOWGIRL (CBS,1982) and WILLING TO KILL: THE TEXAS CHEERLEADER STORY (ABC, 1992). Warren's feature career was revived after an Oscar-nominated supporting performance in Blake Edwards's VICTOR/VICTORIA (1982). She won critical raves as Norma, the blonde mollof James Garner, evoking memories of Jean Harlow and Jean Hagen (in SINGIN' IN THE RAIN). Warren's subsequent film credits include two Alan Rudolph films, CHOOSE ME and SONGWRITER (both 1984) and the female lead in Mel Brooks's LIFE STINKS (1991). More recently she played the manager of country & western singer George Strait in PURE COUNTRY (1992). Nominated for Supporting Actress 1982: VICTOR/VICTORIA 1 nomination 





     
     
     
     

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    The latest Lesley-Ann Warren Images 2002! Three little words.They are great! Thank you David J.N. and others

    The new Lesley-Ann Warren Images

    Lesley-Ann Warren making descent love

    Lesley-Ann making love with a younger man

    Lesley-Ann Warren on Broadway

    Serveral pictures of Lesley-Ann Warren

    A strange collection of a beautiful woman

    The new Images (of heaven)

    Cinderella, The young Lesley-Ann

    Lesley-Ann as a Chinese girl

    Lesley-Ann Warren in a Bikini

    Wonderful New Lesley-Ann Photo's