• Jamie Michelle Luner is an actress best known for her role in "Melrose Place".
• She has an estimated net worth of over $2 million.
• She has had numerous TV roles, including "Just the Ten of Us", "All My Children" and "Profiler".
• She had a lawsuit filed against her in 2018, but it was dismissed.
• She is active on social media, with an Instagram and Twitter account.

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Date Of BirthMay 12, 1971
MarkPlaying the sexy vixen
FactWas considered as a recast of "Carly Corinthos" on General Hospital (1963) following the exit of Tamara Braun. The role eventually went to Jennifer Bransford.

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”.

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.

Jamie Luner

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”.

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.

General Info

Full NameJamie Luner
Date Of BirthMay 12, 1971
Height1.73 m
EducationBeverly Hills High School, Epicurean Cooking School


ParentsSusan Luner, Stuart Luner
SiblingsDavid Luner


MoviesThe Perfect Marriage, Confessions of a Sorority Girl, Walking the Halls, Stalked at 17, Nuclear Hurricane, Moment of Truth: Why My Daughter?, Friends & Lovers, Accidental Switch, Blind Injustice, The St. Tammany Miracle, Heat Wave, Threshold, The Bride He Bought Online, Warrior
TV Shows10-8: Officers on Duty, Profiler, Melrose Place, Savannah, Just the Ten of Us

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#Marks / Signs
1Playing the sexy vixen


1For the first six months, I cried every day. I just couldn't get my head around memorizing all of that material. And, because I was playing the district attorney, it wasn't like I could just make up lines. What I would do would be reading the script until the director called for action, then I would hide the script. When the scene was done, I would pull out the script and start reading it again."
2It was terrific to get to work with him again," Talking about working with Linden Ashby. "As actors, you are thrown into intimate situations very quickly and the job is to find that connection with one another. In this case, the trust already was there so it made it a lot easier. We were ahead of the game."
3It happens to be a good niche for me. I do have a tendency to do those kind of characters, but in my last few movies I played a mom and a teacher. I like to do a lot of different roles, but I am the one they think of for the femme fatale roles.
4I realized just how many films that I have actually done that have portrayed women in jeopardy and needing to really escape. I can't imagine the pain and suffering that is going on and so many women feeling so alone. You are not alone! I am so honored to be a part of this amazing event. I celebrate Take Back Your Life and Wendy Ida!
5[about All My Children (1970)] I didn't choose where people at ABC Daytime wanted to go with my character, Liza Colby. They were really interested in seeing what new energy and spirit I could bring to the character. We took a big leap with age here, but my goodness, on soaps, they take so many leaps that age is the least of our worries! Why not?
6[about All My Children (1970)] My first few scenes were with Thorsten and he was right there in my face. [They were making out.] We had to get to know each other fast! I love working on a soap opera--it's like working in the theater. I'm blessed to work at such a fun place!
7[about her reception as a new cast member on All My Children (1970)] Everyone was really welcoming, but of course, Susan Lucci came to me--she is so sweet and kind. Susan is exactly as you imagine her to be. Bobbie Eakes, Ricky Paull Goldin and Michael E. Knight also made a point to really stop and make me feel comfortable.
8Michael is really funny, but Thorsten and Cameron Mathison are also hysterical. The boys of the show have a great sense of humor . . . and they're all great looking!
9Savannah (1996)] was great because I got to do the Southern accent. I love that Southern style. I have to say Peyton is my favorite role. I got to integrate the accent into my life during filming.
10What is it about ruby slippers? It's not only that they're sparkly. All little girls, and some little boys, like sparkly things, but it's more the fantasy. They can take you where you want to be.
11[About about her character Lexi on Melrose Place (1992), and if the producers asked her to come back] Of course I would--it was so much fun! She was just fiery. I think it'd be a blast!
12Don't hit them too hard and too fast. You have to tease them, trickle them in. I think they're doing it right.
13I think the old show was fabulously popular. People don't expect that it's going to be the old show. It's something new with a similar sort of flair. I haven't seen the pilot yet, but I think it'll be great and hopefully I'll get a nice arc on there and come on back.
14I certainly have a love triangle going on there with Thorsten Kaye [Zack] and Alicia Minshew (Kendall]. My character is a strong woman and she is using it.
15[on how she got the part of Liza Colby on _"All My Children" (1970)_ (qvf)] They say it's cliché, but timing is everything. I had put a phone call into Chuck and he actually answered his phone at that moment, which was bizarre. I said, "It's Jamie." And he goes, "Oh, my God! How did you get my number and what do you want?" I said, "I was reaching out and wanted to see you and grab a cup of coffee." He said he would call me back. So a couple of hours later he called and said to me, "You don't know how weird your timing is. I was just on a pitch meeting phone call, and they were trying to figure out how to recast the role of Liza and you called!" It's really weird. And then the people in the pitch meeting were like, "Oh, my God! She would be perfect." So they asked me to lunch. I met with Brian Frons [president of ABC Daytime and SOAPnet] and Chuck. They told me the back story, and it was certainly a character that was right up my alley. It certainly was a good fit as far as the timing in my life. I was certainly ready for a change and move. The timing was perfect all around and it was meant to be.
16Fear is a really wonderful thing for the soul. It's a rush. It makes me feel alive!
17I'm going to make the role fully my own. Julie and Chuck hired me for who I am, not to emulate anyone else. I will make them proud.
18[on her role as Liza Colby on All My Children (1970)] I love things sexy--I certainly see myself that way--and I love playing women who are out to get what they want at any cost. She's still a battered soul and she still has her wicked ways, only now Liza has the power of the law behind her. It's a juicy set-up.
19My worst day isn't something that happened -- its not some major event. There are days that I wake up and everything bothers me. The kind of days when somebody talks to you and you're like Shut up! You drop something and you want to throw it across the room. The kind of day where everybody seems stupid and annoys me and I just want to cry at everything. I hate those days. I just want to got to bed and wake up in another day.
20Growing up, I remember the movie Hair (1979). I remember the movie Grease (1978)--these are musicals, mind you, and that's what got me singing and performing. I'm very much of a vocalist and I loved the idea of being in a very intense scene and all of a sudden starting to sing.
21[on who she considers to be her heroes] My parents are. Just knowing what it takes to raise children, between me and my older brother David--+God bless them. And of course the fact that they are the most intimate people in my life. Looking at history, [Mohandas K. Gandhi] is a hero for me. He believed so much in peace. Or someone like John Lennon because he believed so much in peace.
22[The first R-rated movie that she saw] Porky's (1981). I went with my friends to a drive-in. It was shocking and stimulating. It was that time when you start to look at guys differently.
23[on playing football in school] I gave it up because in one game I was doing really well, but then I fell and hit my head and I wanted to stop, but they wouldn't let me. Then I ended up scoring a point for the other team and everyone was getting at me, and I was like, "I can't handle this pressure!"
24I like to party, sure. But my kind of good time is not going to a nightclub or a bar that's just a meat market. I don't go to those kinds of places. I prefer to have a big camp fire at home and have all my friends round and share a big bottle of wine.
25I really wasn't the best student. I excelled in drama and art, and I got along with my teachers. But my problem was that I was a bit of a social butterfly. I loved to talk a lot - although I wasn't a party girl. I preferred to hang out at home with my mom.
26I'm taking singing lessons,and plan to put on a one-woman show to be the new Shirley MacLaine or Liza Minnelli. Singing. Dancing. I love it. Okay, I'm not the best singer, and I'm not the best dancer, but I can still put on a show, right? I'm so scared, and I can't wait to do it.
27You know what's sad? Here I am on a show [Profiler (1996)] that's about violence and serial killers, things that are truly destructive. But that much more widely accepted than sex, which is so important. Sexuality is right up there with eating, breathing, and sleeping. Yet it's such a taboo. I don't understand it.
28I didn't miss acting, because at the time I was very bitter about the business, needed to do something that I could feel passionate about, that would satisfy all my senses: my sight, my smell, my taste, my touch, my need to nurture, my love of colors. Of course, once I started doing that, and getting more and more passionate about it, I lost my desperation, and people in the business were more attracted to me.
29I've let two to four days go by, but I don't beat myself up about it. Rather than feeling guilty about not exercising, what happens is I lose my clarity. I'm not as energized, not as clear, not as sharp. It reminds me why I do all this. I'm feeling like crap, remembering how good I felt last Thursday when I did my regimen.
30I have a lot more energy and I'm happier when I'm exercising.
31I think men are a different species from women entirely.
32I was playing Peyton, this really manipulative woman, on Savannah (1996), who is not exactly a role model--not someone I would want to be like - but everybody who watched loved her. It's kind of scary.
33Knowing me, they wanted to enhance the show with a little bit more humor, not have it be so heavy all the time.
34I'm enjoying taking some time off right now. I'm not auditioning for anything at all. I work for nine months of the year, with an unbelievable schedule - five days a week from six in the morning to eight or nine at night - and there are always a million people around, all wanting a piece of me. I need to have time away from people, to rejuvenate.
35When I was a little girl, I wanted to deliver babies. And then I wanted to be a dancer. And then, I have always wanted to act and then I became a chef and I really love singing.
36Reactions that often give me chills, and bring me tears of joy. It's been received so warmly, and the smiles sent my way say it all. Everyone is very happy with this new season. I'm truly blessed.
37I enjoy food of the orient. It's a lot of prep work and less actual cooking time. I love to feed people so I would imagine cooking someone's favorite dish would really make me happy.
38I pride myself on being truly an individual.
39I worked with a director on the very first episode of Savannah (1996). His name was Richard Lang. He's been in this business for God knows how long and he recently passed away. He's an amazing man and touched me and taught me a lot.
40It'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. They have made it a lot of fun to work on the show. We laugh a lot. We play a lot. I also really love the challenge that this role has brought to me.
41I 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 [on Profiler (1996)] 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. She's unlike the vamp characters I've played the last four or five years on Aaron Spelling's shows. The producers often times listen carefully when I speak. The next script I read, I'll find things I've said and done. I love to work out, and that's a common for Rachel [her character, Rachel Burke]. They have her cooking very well, which is something I do. She can definitely be one of the guys, as well as very feminine. As strong as she is, she is vulnerable as well; very much like myself.
42[about her series Profiler (1996)] Robert Davi has been a tremendous help to me in getting my feet wet as a profiler. He takes his work so very seriously. He spends a lot of time and energy working out his moments and beats. He cares so much to make this show good and he's truly a sweet man.
43Fame definitely has its effects. A lot is relative. You gain so much with fame, and in the same respect you give up quite a bit - the most precious being my anonymity, which I didn't realize until it was gone.
44My music taste is quite eclectic. It depends on my mood. But isn't that true for all of us?
45I don't know that I have one moment being the most touching.
46I'm adding a new character to the show, not stepping into her shoes. I don't ever compare myself to someone else: if other people have, that's their worry.
47On Savannah (1996), I would have to say it was sleeping with my sister's fiancé. Smuggling money, lying, cheating--that all comes second.
48On Melrose Place (1992), it was probably all the lying that was going on: sleeping with people I shouldn't have and not owning up to it. I did a lot of lying on that show.
49When I turned 16, my mama was tired of being a stage mother taking me to auditions. She said, "If you get a car, you can take yourself".
50I'm proud of being toned, strong and fit. Most women can't do one pull-up. I can do six!
51There's always pressure. But being thin should be the goal. The goal is should be being healthy and strong in mind, body, and spirit. That comes from having a healthy outlook on exercise and on life in general. I think that's been lost, because everyone wants the quick fix.
52[about her character Rachel Burke on Profiler (1996))] I think it's only bonus. You've got people who are already tuned in and enjoy the show. My character is only going to enhance that, hopefully. My character has got a lot more levity: she's a little bit brassy. She comes from a family of six older brothers, so I imagine she can hold her own.
53Because it's prime time there's a rule that you can't really show anything. As for me personally, though, I'd only take my clothes off for a film if it made sense in the plot
54I'd have to say my closest friends are guys. That goes back to my tomboy days. I like to throw a ball and be active and run around, you know. So I just find myself among the men.
55I love camping. My boyfriend and I are avid campers. We've been all over the country. I love to camp under the stars with him. It's very romantic. You get very in tune with the natural environment - you know, the birds and the bees and all that. It gets me very calm inside, because this acting business can make me crazy. I need to take some time to myself when I'm not insecure and thinking about what this or that person is thinking about me. I can't live that way all the time. How can you not get self-conscious? So going out there and being at one with nature is my way of escaping from it all.
56I go camping with my boyfriend - having nothing other than ourselves and the birds to talk with is most relaxing.
57I've never worked harder in my life! Fifteen-hour days, going home and having four more hours of work studying lines for the next day. Always having to be on. I said to someone recently, "I feel like it is my wedding day every day."
58I have always wanted to play Lola in "Damn Yankees" and every girl in "A Chorus Line". I was thinking of doing "Chorus Line" as a one-woman show. I'm going to play every character. I know every role. I can do it.
59[about her role as Agent Rachel Burke on Profiler (1996))] It's a wonderful opportunity to play a character totally different from anything I've been seen in before.
60It's crazy! One minute you're working in a restaurant, and the next minute you're in a TV series with everyone asking how you feel playing the bad girl, and you're going, "Well, I know how to julienne carrots really well."
61I love to look glamorous, but I couldn't possibly keep that up. Its too high-maintenance. I'm a wash-and-go kind of girl.
62I missed life in the 1960s, so it has always been a dream of mine to live in a trailer and experience life on the road. A few years ago, I bought a 27-foot, 1978 Airstream from the Recycler in Atlanta. My boyfriend at the time and I shipped our belongings to Los Angeles, jammed everything else we could fit into overhead compartments on the Airstream, and drove. It was amazing because we had no schedules to keep and we could have a different front yard every morning - from the Grand Canyon to Bryce Canyon to the Redwood Forest. Now that I'm in Los Angeles, I found a beautiful spot in Malibu to park it. Whenever my schedule permits, I stay in my Airstream for the weekend. It's instant camping - a little piece of heaven.
63The human body is a very beautiful thing and it should be exposed. You shouldn't be ashamed of it.
64I've seen an episode or two of [Melrose Place (1992)]. It's . . . well, it's "Melrose Place". You don't bite the hand that feeds you.
65When I appear on TV shows, I always have to borrow clothes. I'm always expected to look like Peyton, but that's just not me. I don't have mini skirts or little pointy bras. Although I do have plenty of sexy underwear in my wardrobe...
66Cooking is a huge passion of mine. In the future, I'd like to own my own restaurant.
67[about the "clashes" between her character and Heather Locklear's on Melrose Place (1992)] We get along great. She's totally silly like I am. And she's a producer this year, so when I have a problem with things, I go to her. But when she gets pissed at me, she says, "Be careful, or I'll give you a really long speech that makes no sense."
68Peyton was a lot of fun and I just went to work ready for anything. I loved it. I really had such a good time doing it.
69Well, 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
70I 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.
71It'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.
72Hiking is the best workout! . . . You can hike for three hours and not even realize you're working out. And hiking alone lets me have some time to myself.
73I don't do diets. They don't work. Being fit is about a whole way of life. If you move your body it will process what you put in it, even if it's cake. "Everything in moderation" is a cliché, but some clichés really mean something. Only you know what goes in your mouth and how much you move your body when no one's watching. If you've got time to sit in front of the television, to go out to dinner with your friends, or to read a book, you've got time to work out and take care of yourself.
74When I tested for Lane, I was the straight girl; I had a nice little suit and jacket on. Then I went into the bathroom and let the hair down, put on a slinky dress, sauntered past all those girls in the waiting room, and said, "Okay. I'm ready".
75It's amazing the hours you pull when you're the lead of a show
76I'm getting to know myself. I focused this year on nothing but my craft. I've dealt with a lot of producers and executives, speaking up for what I need and what I want. I never did that before.
77When you're 22 or 23 you think the world revolves around you, and I felt that way for a long time. But I just turned 30, and I love it! You realize, "Whoa, baby, you ain't all that". And you're not! You're just a woman out there doing something she loves.
78It was a lot easier to hide behind the character of the sassy, sexy vixen, whereas this time, I did a lot more tapping into my own feelings, and allowing that to come through.
79I love playing the vamp, and I get sent out [to audition] for a lot of that stuff, maybe because I do it well.
80You can sleep with a blonde, you can sleep with a brunette, but you'll never get any sleep with a redhead!


1Making the move back to LA from New York as All My Children (1970) moves to LA. [December 2009]
2UCLA's Freud Playhouse as Appassionata in Li'L Abner in Los Angeles, California [February 2008]
3Burbank, Ca for The Hollywood Collector's Show. [October 2008]
4Culver City, California [April 2003]
5The Young Playwrites Festival in Los Angeles, California [June 2007]
6The Mod Squad: The E! True Hollywood Story, as Interviewee in a Special. [January 2000]
7Appeared on The View (1997) on Friday, April 24, 2009. [April 2009]
8Lake Tahoe [June 2006]
9Burbank, CA, at the 2009 Spring Hollywood Collector's Show - Gifting Suite [April 2009]
10Appeared on Entertainment Tonight (1981) (July 28, 1997.) [July 1997]
11British Columbia, Canada for the filming of Trust (2009). [September 2008]
12Scottsdale, Arizona [March 2008]
13Burbank, California for the taping of Just the Ten of Us [April 1988]
14E!'s 101 Sexiest Celebrity Bodies 80 - 61 Interviewee [January 2006]
15Lawrence, New York [December 2009]
16Appeared on The Howie Mandel Show (1998) with 'Michael J. Fox' in late August. [August 1998]
17Flaunt Magazine Summer Reign Party in Hollywood, California [June 2003]
18Was on CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (2000) as "Elizabeth Rodriguez" in the episode "Lying Down With Dogs". [December 2007]
19Studio City, California [April 1998]
20The Young Playwrites in Hollywood, California [June 2004]
21In Los Angeles for the taping of ABC's All My Children (1970). [January 2010]
22New York for the BigApple Comic Con signing autographs. [November 2008]
23Filming Heat Wave (2009) with Barbara Niven for release in 2009 as a made-for-TV movie. [July 2008]
2448th Annual Eddie Awards Competition [March 1998]
25"Black & Bluestein," Other Space, Santa Monica Playhouse in Santa Monica, California [March 2007]
26Filming All My Children (1970). [2009]
27Portland, Oregon for the filming of Moment of Truth: Why My Daughter? (1993). [1993]
28Hollywood, California [February 2011]
29Las Vegas, Nevada for The 37th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards (2010). [June 2010]
30Los Angeles, California for the 36th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards at The Orpheum Theatre, August 30, 2009 in Los Angeles, California [August 2009]
31Appeared with former President Jimmy Carter and actor William Hurt on _"The Tonight Show With Jay Leno (1992)_ (December 17, 1996). [December 1996]
32Blue Jam Session in West Hollywood, California [February 2004]
33"American Idol" Season 5 - Launch Part [February 2006]
34Beverly Hills High as Interviewee in a Special. [May 1997]
35New York, NY for the 2009 Chocolat Au Vin Benefiting St. Jude's Children's Research Hospital (May 28th) [May 2009]
36Harrah's Casino Hotel Grand Opening of VEX Night [June 2006]
37Los Angeles CA [2004]
38Ft. Worth, Texas for the ABC Daytime and Soapnet's Soap Nation Tour. [August 2009]
39Ottawa, Ontario, Canada: filming The Perfect Boss [March 2013]
40Wonder Con in San Francisco, California, signing autographs. (Feb 27-Mar 1, 2009) [February 2009]
41Los Angeles, California [February 2008]
42Park City, Utah [January 2008]
43Boston, Mass for the Boston Mega Expo signing autographs. (November 22, 2008) [November 2008]
44The6th Annual Sears Soul Train Christmas Starfest, null in a Special. [December 2003]
45First met Linden Ashby on the set of Melrose Place (1992) who played Luner's TV husband and then again in The Perfect Boss (2013).
46Was in The Perfect Marriage (2006) with Sophie Gendron, and then again in The Perfect Boss (2013).
47Her charity work includes Project Angel Food, Pediatric Aids Foundation, Feed America and Music for our Seniors.
48Is an avid traveller, a professionally trained chef and enjoys the great outdoors.
49Attended FOX Television Unveils Its 1998-1999 Primetime in 1998.
50Attended the FOX Television Winter TCA Press Tour, Perino's Restaurant, Los Angeles.
51Attended 43rd Annual Grammy Awards-BMG Post Party.
52Attended the 48th Annual Eddie ACE Awards, Beverly Hilton Hotel, Beverly Hills.
53Attended the Premiere of 'No Place Like Home' at Laemmle's Music Hall, Beverly Hills, in 1989.
54Attended the Project Angel Food's 2011 Divine Design Gala along with Kendra Wilkinson, Patricia Fields, Pauley Perrette, Ariana Grande, Eric McCormack and wife Janet Holden, J. Alexander, Erin Hershey Presley, Brian Presley, and Marisol Nichols and Jennette McCurdy.
55In 1999, Susan Luner, Jamie's mom, posed with her on a photo shoot.
56Moved to New York City when she joined the cast of All My Children (1970) in April 2009 and, then in December 2009, moved back to the LA area when All My Children (1970) moved to the West Coast.
57Did her own singing on Just the Ten of Us (1988).
58Attended Donald Trump's "Celebrity Apprentice" Finale party.
59Attended the All My Children (1970) Bon Voyage Cocktail Party (a farewell party before All My Children (1970) moves to LA from New York) along with Chrishell Stause, Adam Mayfield, December 6, 2009.
60Attended the Creative Coalition Spotlight Initiative with Screen Media Films at the Movieline House on January 19, 2008 in Park City, Utah.
61Attended "Feast with Famous Faces", The Light House, Pier 61, October 20, 2009, in New York along with Scott Bryce, Stephanie Gatschet and Bobbie Eakes.
62Attended the 2009 Emerald Gala Celebrating The 70th Anniversary Of "The Wizard Of Oz" in New York all with cast mates from All My Children (1970) (ABC).
63Granddaughter of Shirley Rosen.
64Also went to school with Bahar Soomekh, Elizabeth Daily and Crispin Glover.
65Attended the ABC Daytime and Soapnet's Soap Nation Tour along with All My Children (1970)'s co-stars Bobbie Eakes and Chrishell Stause in Ft. Worth, Texas.
66Friday, April 17th, 2009, Jamie joined the cast of All My Children (1970) (ABC) as the new "Liza Colby", after she was brought on by All My Children (1970)'s head writer, Charles Pratt Jr., who wrote and produced several seasons of Melrose Place (1992).
67Studied acting at the Professional Children's School in New York City.
68She attended the Chiller Theater Expo in Parsippany, NJ along with 'Angie Dickinson', Barry Williams, Erik Estrada and Linda Evans (October 24, 2008).
69Lived in Norcross, GA during the filming of Savannah (1996).
70Attended the Hollywood Collector's Show in Burbank, Ca, along with Just the Ten of Us (1988) cast mates Brooke Theiss, JoAnn Willette and Heather Langenkamp in October 2008.
71Jamie purchased a 4-bed, 3-bath, 2,108 sq ft home in 1999 for $585K, according to public records.
72Filmed Blind Injustice (2005) in the Turks and Caicos Islands.
73Did a pilot for "The Force" for the WB, but never aired, just before landing the lead role on the NBC hit Profiler (1996).
74Filmed The Suspect (2006), Stranger in My Bed (2005) and The Perfect Marriage (2006) in Canada.
75Was on Growing Pains (1985), along with actress Heather Graham, in the episode, Growing Pains: Some Enchanted Evening (1987), as "Sheena Berkowitz", her first of 3 more guest appearances from 1987-1990.
76Filmed Sacrifice (2000) while working on Profiler (1996).
77Filmed Friends & Lovers (1999) while working on Melrose Place (1992).
78Co-hosted the 24th International Emmy Awards with Dick Cavett and Kenny Rogers, and was a presenter along with Jane Alexander, Barry Bostwick, Lorraine Bracco, Susan Lucci, Edward James Olmos, Sam Waterston and Chita Rivera.
79Was considered as a recast of "Carly Corinthos" on General Hospital (1963) following the exit of Tamara Braun. The role eventually went to Jennifer Bransford.
80Nominated for a 1989 Young Artist Award for her performance on Just the Ten of Us (1988).
81Played three different characters on Growing Pains (1985).
82In 2007, Luner made a rare theatrical appearance, as "Susan" in the comedy "Black and Bluestein" at The Santa Monica Playhouse. The director was her Just the Ten of Us (1988) co-star Deborah Harmon.
83In 2005, she was briefly under contract with Lifetime Television, appearing in four TV Movies for the cable network. These were The Suspect (2006), Blind Injustice (2005), Stranger in My Bed (2005) and The Perfect Marriage (2006).
84Best known for her role as "Lexi Sterling" on Melrose Place (1992).
85She is a redhead.
86Attended the 2008 Park City - Kari Feinstein Sundance Style Lounge along with Kim Kardashian West, Aaron Hill, Sole Alberti, Paris Hilton, Baelyn Neff, Emily Blunt, Chris Crescitelli, Mary Lynn Rajskub, Chris Waitt, Aaron Yoo and Chris Ashworth.
87Cares about the Pediatric AIDS charity.
88After Savannah (1996) ended after one and a half seasons, Jamie had no trouble finding work. She was fought over by Warner Brothers and Fox almost instantly. The WB wanted her to costar with Tom Arnold on The Tom Show (1997), a show that ended up lasting about six episodes before cancellation in the fall of 1997. Jamie turned them down and jumped ship and signed a contract for Melrose Place (1992). Her character, "Lexi Sterling", joined the show on the fourth episode of the fall in 1997.
89Her parents divorced when she was 3 and her brother David was 6.
90She learned that she had lost her previous job (playing "Peyton" on Savannah (1996)) on her birthday. But it actually turned out to be a great present. Aaron Spelling, producer of the failed WB drama, then offered her the juicy role of "Lexi Sterling" on Melrose Place (1992).
91On the set of Profiler (1996), she gushed what she thought was fake blood after she accidentally smashed her hand through a window during filming of a gruesome murder scene. When she suddenly realized it was her own, she went into shock. She was rushed to a hospital, where doctors stitched her wound shut.
92While filming Savannah (1996), she shared a modest apartment with her boyfriend, Johnny Braz.
93Met her boyfriend, Johnny Braz, a personal trainer and independent film maker, in Santa Monica, where he was managing a coffee shop. They were together from 1995 to 1999, ending their 4 year romance shortly before she landed the role of "Rachel Burke" on NBC's Profiler (1996).
94Her first big break was playing "Sheena Berkowitz" on Growing Pains (1985) as Kirk Cameron's date.
95Became a member of executive producer Aaron Spelling's Melrose Place (1992) in 1997. She was brought on to revitalize the show.
96Worked in L.A. restaurant Drai's.
97Brother: David Luner. Store owner. Owns ceramic stores.
98Mother: Susan Luner. Manager; former actor.
99Father: Stuart Luner. Clothing sales representative. Divorced from Jamie's mother, Susan Luner.
100Attended the same school as The Golden Girls (1985) star Betty White, Antonio Sabato Jr., Monica Lewinsky and Gina Gershon.
101She began in front of the cameras at age three doing TV commercials and by age 15 had won the L.A. Shakespeare Festival in the category of monologues.
102Aaron Spelling and the producers of Savannah (1996) at first insisted she audition for the role of "Lane", the sweet girl, and only allowed Luner to audition for "Peyton" at the end of the day, after they had seen numerous others. Her reading clearly impressed them and she landed the role.
103A native of Los Angeles, she appeared on the comedy series Growing Pains (1985) while still attending Beverly Hills High School. That guest appearance led to a starring role in the spin-off series Just the Ten of Us (1988), in which she played boy-crazy "Cindy Lubbock".
104She was filming a movie in Alabama when she heard about the chance to become the title character in the NBC drama Profiler (1996). Unable to fly back to Los Angeles to meet the show's producers, she went to a local video outlet and shot an audition tape, asking one of the store's employees to feed her lines.
105She bought a remodeled home, built in the 1940s, with three bedrooms in 2,300 square feet. The contemporary, ranch-style house, with high ceilings, is behind gates with valley views.
106She ranked #88 in 1996 in FHM's 100 Sexiest Women.
107She quit soccer after playing, falling and hitting her head.
108Studied at Beverly Hills High School, and it was then when she was cast as "Sheena Berkowitz" on the sitcom Growing Pains (1985). Soon after that performance, she obtained another role on Just the Ten of Us (1988).
109Won Los Angeles Shakespeare Festival for Single Monologues in 1988.
110Played first bad-girl role, in 1993's Confessions of a Sorority Girl (1994) (Showtime).
111After winning a local Shakespeare competition, Jamie knew she wanted to pursue a career in acting.
112Returned to acting in 1993 in the television movie Moment of Truth: Why My Daughter? (1993).
113She is most noted for her roles as a vixen as "Peyton" on the program Savannah (1996) in 1996 and "Lexi" on Melrose Place (1992) (1997-1999).
114She also undertook an exercise regimen lasting several years, which turned her fit and trim.
115After the cancellation of Just the Ten of Us (1988), Jamie attended the Epicurean Cooking School in Los Angeles, then apprenticed as a cook and landed a job as a chef in a French restaurant.
116After Aaron Spelling's Savannah (1996) was axed, she bought a trailer and traveled around the United States for a year.
117Got her start on TV on Growing Pains (1985) and its 1988 spin-off Just the Ten of Us (1988).
118Studied acting at the Professional Children's School in New York City.
119Jamie's mother, Susan Luner, is her former manager.
120Also went to the same school as Gina Gershon, Rhonda Fleming, Jackie Cooper, Rob Reiner, Antonio Sabato Jr., Pauly Shore, Michael Tolkin, Betty White, Elizabeth Daily, Albert Brooks, Crispin Glover, Michael Tolkin, Pauly Shore.
121Has a brother, named David Luner, who is 3 years older.
122Went to the same High School as Angelina Jolie, Michael Klesic, Nicolas Cage, Corbin Bernsen, Lenny Kravitz, David Schwimmer, Jonathan Silverman, and Richard Dreyfuss.
123Admits 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.
124Graduated from Beverly Hills High School in 1989.
125Appeared 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.
126On the set of Melrose Place (1992) people used to call her "Turbo" because of her "high-octane energy" at work. She drank 10 cups of coffee a day.
127Made her first commercial (tissues commercial) at the age of 4. Suzanne Somers played her mom.
128Auditioned for the role of Lane on Savannah (1996) before getting the role of Peyton.




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Just the Ten of Us1989TV Series performer - 1 episode


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Archive Footage

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Nominated Awards

1989Young Artist AwardYoung Artist AwardsBest Young Actor/Actress Ensemble in a Television Comedy, Drama Series or SpecialJust the Ten of Us (1988)

Source: IMDb, Wikipedia

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