Lesley Ann Warren is an American singer and actress. After appearing on Broadway in numerous plays including ' 110 in the Shade' (1963), she made her TV film debut in ‘Cinderella’. Following that, she went on to appear in several made-for-television movies including 'Seven in Darkness' (1969), 'Love Hate Love' (1971), 'The Daughters of Joshua Cabe' (1972), 'It's a Bird... It's a Plane... It's Superman' (1975), 'The Legend of Valentino' (1975), 'Baja Oklahoma' (1988), 'Willing to Kill: The Texas Cheerleader Story' (1992) and 'Wolf Girl' (2001).
Lesley Ann Warren has also starred in many TV series including ‘Dr. Kildare' (1966), 'Mission: Impossible' (1970-71), 'Pearl' (1978),'Evergreen' (1985), 'Family of Spies' (1990), 'Will & Grace' (2001-06), 'Desperate Housewives' (2005-2011), 'In Plain Sight' (2008-2012) and 'Blunt Talk' (2016).
As a film actress, she acted in the hit films 'Victor/Victoria' (1982), 'Choose Me' (1985), 'Pure Country' (1992) and 'Jobs ' (2013). The list of her flops include 'Clue' (1985), 'Life Stinks' (1991), 'Color of Night' (1994), 'The Limey' (1999) and 'Teaching Mrs. Tingle' (1999).
After arriving at the secluded New England mansion of Mr. Boddy, six strangers are greeted by the butler Mr. Wadsworth and assigned secret identities. It is soon revealed that all of them are being blackmailed by Mr. Boddy. But when Boddy ends up murdered soon after, all six becomes suspects.
An emotionally unstable girl from a dysfunctional family is institutionalized for her propensity to harm herself. After her release from the hospital, she secures the job of a typist with a grim and ruthless attorney. Although he is irritated with her in the beginning they soon embark on a BDSM relationship, which results in a personal awakening in her. Very soon, she falls in love with her boss.
The Limey follows Wilson, a tough English ex-convict who travels to Los Angeles to avenge the death of his daughter. Upon arrival, he is forced to fight against some of the toughest criminals in Los Angeles, and he also tries to find information regarding his daughter’s death.
In the year 1888, The One and Only, Genuine, Original Family Band, comprising of eleven members of the Bowel family, are getting ready to perform at the Democratic Presidential Convention for Grover Cleveland. But their plan goes awry when the boyfriend of the family’s eldest daughter, a Republican journalist, convinces them to relocate to Dakota.
Loosely based on the life of Willie Nelson, this is a satirical comedy-drama film about a country music composer entangled in a legal contract with a Nashville thug entrepreneur. Swindled of the publishing rights of his songs, he gets nothing for his efforts. The film then goes on to show how he plans to get out of the deal and reunite with his ex wife.
Dr. Chapman and his assistant Paul Radford are conducting a nationwide anonymous sex survey on American women, who they believe have too little knowledge about this crucial accept of their life. Adapted from Irving Wallace’s eponymous novel, the film follows the sexual life of four suburban women, focusing on Radford’s involvement with one of them.
Also known as the Race for the Yankee Zephyr, the movie follows Gibbie Gibson, his daughter, Sally, and his lodger ,Barney Whitaker, who are in a race against time to recover a treasure from a World War II plane wreck. But treasure hunter Mister Theo Brown and his men stand in their way.
Harry Dighby and Walter Hill are vaudevillians who land up in jail for robbing audience members. In jail, they end up working for famed bank robber, Worth, but earn his enmity after accidentally messing up his plans. After escaping from jail they team up with newspaperwoman, Lissa Chestnut, to rob the bank before Worth.
A biography that presents the life of Steve Jobs from the time he was a student at the Reed College in 1974. It follows his subsequent drop out from college, his early career and the launch of iPod in 2001. As his career soars, Jobs' style of functioning creates issues with those around him.