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birth date:
May 12, 1971

birth place:
Los Angeles, California, USA

Jamie Luner is an American actress noted for her roles in such films as Friends & Lovers (1999), St. Tammany Miracle, The (1994), Tryst (1994) and in "Melrose Place" (1992) and "Savannah" (1996) TV Series.


. Jamie Luner

Tryst (1994)

Title: Tryst
Released: 1994
Genre: Thriller
Runtime: 101 min
Country: USA
Language: English

Comments: This movie reminds me the Alfred Hitchcock´s stories, it is interesting at the end, when finally knows who´s the heir and why . During the film any presumption about the final plot results wrong . The movie have some sex scenes and miss Barbara Carrera (Julia) interpret well as an unhappy and frivolous wife.

Scene Description: Jamie Luner with her nightdress pulled down to reveal her breasts as she struggles with a guy. From a rape scene from Tryst.

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Scene Description: Jamie Luner removing her bra and slipping into a nightdress as a guy watches her through a peephole.

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Moment of Truth: Why My Daughter? (1993)

Title: Moment of Truth: Why My Daughter?
Released: 1993
Country: USA
Language: English

Comments: Good Movie, but sad. I saw this when i was home sick one day and thought it was gonna be just another typical lifetime movie, which is fine because i like those movies. It was about an 18 yr. old girl, Diana Moffitt, who after her parents get divorced, gets into exotic dancing by a man she meets at a club(Antontio Sabato Jr.)This leads to prostitution and A.J. starts beating her up. Eventually, she gets in so deep, that she can't get out. When she turns up dead, her mother does everything in her power to seek justice. She knows it was A.J. who killed her daughter, but there is no hard evidence. Good movie, interesting. I felt bad for the mother and the daughter. This was a real story too. Diana Moffitt really was found dead in the late 80s. The real A.J. Treece was sent to jail.

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"Savannah" [TV-Series 1996-1997]

Title: "Savannah" [TV-Series 1996-1997]
Released: 1996
Genre: Drama
Runtime: 60 min (34 episodes)
Country: USA
Language: English

Plot Summary: Based in Savannah, Georgia, it follows the lives of 3 best friends that have grown up together. Lane Mackenzie left Savannah after graduating for college to become a big journalist in New York. She returned for her best friend's, Reese Burton, wedding to Travis Peterson. Lane finds out that her apartment in New York is robbed and she tries to collect on an inheritance only to find out that Travis stole every last penny of it. Peyton, daughter of the Burton Mansion maid, had an affair with Travis. Reese finds out that Travis was having an affair with a "Bunnie" and is devastated. Travis has wound up dead. And through it all, they remain friends.

Comments: Wonderful Primetime Drama. I watched this show whenever I was eleven years old and I have to agree with the other comments by saying that each episode always made you want to tune in to find out what would happen next. I have also noticed that there are some references to "Savannah" in other re-runs of WB shows during that time like "Sister, Sister" and "Unhappily Ever After." I only got to see the first season, but I think that the second season sounded much better. The cable company at the time showed the WB only through WGN-Chicago, and they took it off right after a cliffhanger when Robyn Lively's character (Reese, I think) blacked out on her own wedding night and went into the wrong hotel room. Drama today is too serious, why can't we have more shows like this show? If you also liked this show then you might have liked "Pacific Palisades" as well, but they never last.

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Attended culinary school and was a chef in a French restaurant before her acting career.

Auditioned for the role of Lane on "Savannah" before getting the role of Peyton.

Made her first commercial (tissues commercial) at the age of 4. Suzanne Sommers played her mom.

On the set of Melrose Place people used to call her "Turbo" because of her "high-octane energy" at work. She drank 10 cups of coffe a day.

Appeared in underwear along with Yasmine Bleeth, Alyssa Milano, Melissa Joan Hart, Garcelle Beauvais, Carmen Electra, Peta Wilson, and Jeri Ryan on the cover of, and inside the October 1997 issue of "Details" magazine.

Attended Beverly Hills High School.

Admits that she received a lot of funny letters while working on "Profiler" (1996) asking to use her "powers" to help fans with many different problems. Some people really believed that she is psychic.

Personal quotes

"It's very difficult to find the one thing I like the most, but I'd have to say the people, firstly; a truly talented group of people who are very warm."

"I always find similarities with the character and myself. Of course, it's never exact but unless you can find similarities it is very hard to connect with what you are doing. But in this role in particular, I find to have the most similarities to who I am mainly because she's a real woman in the world out there."

"Well, honestly when I started this role, there was no time to do much of anything but get my script, learn my lines, and show up to work. It happened that fast. But during the first few episodes I was able to talk to some FBI agents as well as the other cast members who have had many years to do research and every day I learn something new. So the research never stops."

Jamie Luner - Filmography
Below is a complete filmography (list of movies she's appeared in)

Threshold (2003) (TV) .... Dr. Savannah Bailey
Warrior (2002) .... Eldoran's Girl Friend
... aka Mexican Blow (2002) (USA: DVD title)
Sacrifice (2000/I) (TV) .... Naomi Cohen

"Profiler" (1996) TV Series .... Rachel Burke (1999-2000)
Friends & Lovers (1999) .... Model
"Melrose Place" (1992) TV Series .... Lexi Sterling Cooper Cooper (1997-1999)
"Savannah" (1996) TV Series .... Peyton Richards Massick
St. Tammany Miracle, The (1994) .... Lootie
Tryst (1994) .... Mindy
Confessions of a Sorority Girl (1994) (TV) .... Sabrina Masterson
... aka Confessions of Sorority Girls (1994) (TV) (USA: video title)
Moment of Truth: Cradle of Conspiracy (1994) (TV) .... Donna
Moment of Truth: Why My Daughter? (1993) (TV) .... Diana Moffitt

"Just the Ten of Us" (1988) TV Series .... Cynthia Diane 'Cindy' Lubbock

Jamie Luner - Notable TV Guest Appearances
"10-8: Officers on Duty" (2003) playing "Senior Deputy Ryan Layne" in episode: "Late for School" (episode # 1.7) 9 November 2003
"CSI: Miami" (2002) playing "Nikki Olson" in episode: "Breathless" (episode # 1.7) 4 November 2002
"That's Life" (2000) playing "Samantha Richardson" in episode: "Sex in the Suburbs" (episode # 2.10) 21 December 2001
"That's Life" (2000) playing "Samantha Richardson" in episode: "Idiots" (episode # 2.8) 16 November 2001
"That's Life" (2000) playing "Samantha Richardson" in episode: "Plus One" (episode # 2.7) 9 November 2001
"Outer Limits, The" (1995) playing "Dr. Candace Maguire" in episode: "Mind Reacher" (episode # 7.14) 4 August 2001
"Drew Carey Show, The" (1995) playing "Jenny" in episode: "Drew and Kate Become Friends" (episode # 6.8) 29 November 2000
"Pretender, The" (1996) playing "Special Agent Rachel Burke" in episode: "Spin Doctor" (episode # 4.10) 5 February 2000
"Martin Short Show, The" (1999) playing "Herself" (episode # 1.36) 1 November 1999
"Rosie O'Donnell Show, The" (1996) playing "Herself" 27 October 1997
"Diagnosis Murder" (1993) playing "Kimmy Marlowe" in episode: "The Last Laugh (1)" (episode # 2.9) 11 November 1994
"Married... with Children" (1987) playing "Gerri" in episode: "Frat Chance" (episode # 7.6) 25 October 1992
"Growing Pains" (1985) playing "Kara Daye" in episode: "Happy Halloween: Part 2" (episode # 6.8) 31 October 1990
"Growing Pains" (1985) playing "Kara Daye" in episode: "Happy Halloween: Part 1" (episode # 6.7) 31 October 1990
"Growing Pains" (1985) playing "Cindy Lubbock" in episode: "How the West Was Won: Part 2" (episode # 3.25) 26 April 1988
"Growing Pains" (1985) playing "Cindy Lubbock" in episode: "How the West Was Won: Part 1" (episode # 3.24) 20 April 1988
"Growing Pains" (1985) playing "Sheena Berkowitz" in episode: "Some Enchanted Evening" (episode # 2.13) 27 January 1987