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Michael Warren

Michael Warren

Michael Warren is best known for the role of Officer Bobby Hill in the Steven Bochco series Hill Street Blues. His numerous television credits also include the films Buffalo Soldiers and After All, the mini-series The Wedding and the series Murder One and In the House, in which he had recurring roles. Warren's feature film credits include Fast Break, Trippin' and Storyville. He also co-produced a TNT sports special titled On Hallowed Ground.

Warren was born in South Bend, Ind., the youngest of three children. At South Bend Central High School, he earned a scholarship to the University of California, Los Angeles, where he majored in television, radio and film. He was an All-American basketball player at UCLA under the legendary John Wooden, serving as captain for two years and helping to guide his team to two NCAA national championships.

Warren received his first acting break when a job as technical consultant for the basketball sequences in Drive, He Said led to a co-starring role in the film. He proceeded to establish a small advertising agency in Los Angeles but eventually decided to devote more time to acting. He did a series of commercials before landing a regular role in the series Sierra. A guest-starring role in the series The White Shadow, on the CBS Television Network, led to a job in the pilot of the series Paris, also on the Network, through which he met Steven Bochco.

Warren lives in Los Angeles with his wife, Jenny, and their four children, Kekoa, Cash Garner, Grayson Andres and Makayla. His birth date is March 5.

Note: This profile was written in or before 2002.

Michael Warren Facts

BirthdayMarch 5, 1946 (77)

Selected Filmography

The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks
RiffTrax: Samurai Cop
Mommie Dearest
Bicentennial Man
The Red Pill
Executive Decision
RiffTrax Live: "Manos" the Hands of Fate
There's Something About Mary
Twin Peaks: The Entire Mystery
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