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Bree Michael Warner is a juggling Star Trek geek who can handle a full auto rifle and is no stranger to high octane sets like the drama feature Officer Down; playing Detective Brogan opposite Stephen Dorff, James Woods and Stephen Lang. Her dedication to tactical training as a performer, inspired her to become proficient in firearms manipulation and yielded the winning shot on the precision shooting docu-style show Queen of the Mile. The series follows fives women competing to land the coveted mile long shot over 3 days of intense training and challenges in the foothills of Apple Valley, California.


But it wasn’t always about investigative work and blood splatter marks, creator 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 drama television. She lit up opposite Mathew Fox (Haunted), went toe to toe against Jill Hennesy (Crossing Jordan), and even lost herself in the arms of Anthony LaPaglia (Without A Trace). Known for her chameleon-like qualities, she continues to give notable performances in both Television and Film and perhaps best recognized for her portrayal of "Marilyn Raymer" in the Nickelodeon series iCarly.


N­o shrinking violet, a move from Los Angeles to New York landed Warner onstage and accolades from theatre critics for her leading performance in the production of Pulitzer Prize Nominee Lee Blessing’s political drama Two Rooms about an American held captive in Lebanon.


After years being in the front of the camera, Warner began stretching her resume behind the scenes, with a producorial debut at the Tribeca Film Fest where she produced and starred in the comedy Trust Me, I’m a Lifeguard. From there her production management credits grew and include the Amazon series Big Dogs, and feature films Daughter of the Bride starring Aidan Quinn and Marsha Gay Harden, The Winter House with Lily Taylor, Hallmark’s A Holiday Spectacular and Redemption at Cherry Springs and included most recently, A Wonderful Way with Dragons, One Night Stay and Holly Jolly with Chris Elliot and Rebecca De Mornay.  Recently added to the slate are Killing Faith with Guy Pearce and Tim Roth and There’s She Goes starring Rachael Leigh Cook.


Originally from Cleveland, Ohio she received her formal education at the highly regarded University of Southern California, earning dual degrees from the School of Dramatic Arts, as well as, the School of Cinema-Television with emphasis in Producing and Film Business. She is a proud member of SAG-AFTRA, AEA, DGA and IATSE




Dame in the

Sovereign Military

Order of Malta

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