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Julie Warner (born 9 February 1965; age 59) is an actress who played Christy Henshaw in the Star Trek: The Next Generation third season episodes "Booby Trap" and "Transfigurations". These two episodes were among her earliest work as a professional actress.

Warner was born in the Upper West Side of Manhattan, New York City, to a pianist/composer father and a marketing consultant mother. She began acting professionally while attending The Dalton School, where a meeting with an acting agent led to a gig on the television soap opera Guiding Light in 1981. She ultimately attended Brown University, graduating with a major in theater arts in 1987 and moving to Los Angeles.

She made her film debut in Flatliners (1990). This was soon followed with lead roles in multiple major feature films, the first of which was Doc Hollywood (1992, co-starring Next Generation guest actor David Ogden Stiers, with Jordan Lund and Time Winters).

Warner also starred in Mr. Saturday Night (1992, featuring Tim Russ and David Paymer). This was followed with roles in Indian Summer (1993), The Puppet Masters (1994, co-starring Sam Anderson, Todd Bryant, Nicholas Cascone, J. Patrick McCormack, Andrew Robinson, and Michael Shamus Wiles), and Tommy Boy (1995, featuring Zach Grenier).

From 1999 through 2001, Julie Warner starred as Danni Lipton on Family Law along with Christopher McDonald and Salli Elise Richardson. She also directed two episodes of this series, including one with Richard Herd. From 2003 through 2006, she had a recurring role as Megan O'Hara on Nip/Tuck. During her time on this series, she worked with the likes of Jonathan del Arco, Ellen Geer, Jerry Hardin, Famke Janssen, Clyde Kusatsu, and Ruth Williamson.

Warner also starred as Howie Mandel's wife on the 2005 improvisation series The Private Life of a Public Nuisance. Her other TV credits include a brief recurring role on Party of Five (including one episode with Olivia d'Abo) and guest spots on Herman's Head (starring Molly Hagan), Scrubs (starring Ken Jenkins), and House (starring Jennifer Morrison).

Later credits include Stick It (2006) and Forever Strong (2006, with Neal McDonough).

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