Who is Jamie Luner?

Jamie Michelle Luner was born on 12 May 1971, in Palo Alto, California, USA, and is an actress, best known for her role in the television soap opera “Melrose Place” in which she played the character Lexi Sterling. She’s also appeared in other shows such as “Just the Ten of Us”, “All My Children”, and “Profiler”.

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The Net Worth of Jamie Luner

How rich is Jamie Luner? As of mid-2019, sources estimate a net worth that is over $2 million, earned through a successful career in acting. She’s had numerous opportunities on television, both in series and in television movies, and as she continues her endeavors, it is expected that her wealth will also continue to increase.

Early Life and Acting Beginnings

Jamie grew up in an affluent suburb in Palo Alto, a part of the San Francisco Bay Area, growing-up in an older Jewish family. Her mother was an actress while her father was a sales representative, and her mother would be one of the reasons she would decide to pursue a career in acting.

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One of her first roles was appearing in several episodes of the sitcom “Growing Pains”, but what really helped her gain attention was when she was cast in the spin-off entitled “Just the Ten of Us”, playing the sexy but scatterbrained Cindy Lubbock. She joined Heather Langenkamp, Brooke Theiss, and JoAnne Willlette in the show – all of whom appeared in the film “Nightmare on Elm Street” – after which she decided to take a break from acting to enroll at the Epicurian Cooking School, then started working at a Los Angeles, California-based restaurant as a chef.

Return to Television and Rise to Fame

In 1993, Lurner decided to return to television, playing a troubled teenager in the movie “Moment of Truth: Why My Daughter?”, starring alongside Linda Gray. She then did a number of television movies including “Confessions of a Sorority Girl”, in which she became closely acquainted with Aaron Spelling, marking a string of projects between the two. In 1996, she gained another high profile role in the soap opera entitled “Savannah”, in which she played the scheming Peyton Richards, which lasted for a year.

She was then cast in the popular TV series “Melrose Place”, playing Lexi Sterling until the show’s conclusion in 1999 in the story of a group of young adults living in an apartment complex called Melrose Place, located in West Hollywood, California. Following the end of the show, she was cast as Ally Walker’s replacement in the NBC show entitled “Profiler”, a role she held until the series was cancelled after its fourth season in 2000. With no regular work, she nevertheless made a lot of guest appearances in series such as “That’s Life”, “The Outer Limits”, and “CSI: Miami”.

Later Career

In 2003, Jamie started working on another Spelling project – “10-8: Officers on Duty” – in which she played the role of Senior Deputy Ryan Layne. However, the show was short lived with her only taking on the role for five episodes. She then worked on the television movie “Threshold” before gaining a guest role in “Dead Man Talking”, before appearing in four television movie projects for Lifetime Television – “The Perfect Marriage”, “Stranger in My Bed”, “Blind Injustice”, and “The Suspect”.

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In 2007, she had a theatre role in the comedy “Black and Bluestine”, before starring in another television movie “Nuclear Hurricane”, followed by a guest role in “CSI: Crime Scene Investigation”, before being cast in the soap opera “All My Children” in which she portrayed Liza Colby, staying with the show until its cancellation in 2011, subsequently returning to her work with Lifetime movies. A few of her latest projects include guest appearances in “Supernatural” and “Criminal Minds”, with guest roles in “Code Black” and “Better Call Saul”.

Personal Life and Social Media

For her personal life, it is known that Luner had a relationship with personal trainer John Braz in 1995, and their relationship lasted for four years. Since then, her romantic life has been out of the spotlight and it is not known if she has married or is in a relationship. In 2018, a man filed a lawsuit against her stating that she allegedly drugged and filmed a sexual encounter with him 20 years prior, however, the lawsuit was soon dismissed after the court ruled how unusual it was that the victim waited 20 years to file the lawsuit. Luner’s legal team also discovered that the man had filed numerous lawsuits in the past decade, hoping to win one, and it was a baseless lawsuit, part of an attempt to extort the star.

Similar to numerous actresses, she is highly active online through accounts on social media, having an account on the website Instagram on which she has over 6,000 followers. She uses the platform to post a lot of personal photos, as well as throwback pictures. She also has a Twitter account which has over 9,000 fans, and posts photos similar to that of her Instagram account.

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