Curt Warner

Curt Warner

Name Curt Warner
Profession Football Player
Date of Birth 1961-03-18
Place of Birth West Virginia
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Birth Sign Pisces

About Curt Warner

Running back best remembered for his time with the Seattle Seahawks, and was the 1983 AFC Offensive Player of the Year in his rookie NFL season.

Early Life of Curt Warner

He was a two-time All-American at Penn State University before being drafted as the third overall player in the 1983 NFL Draft.

Trivia

He made the Pro Bowl in 1983, 1986, and 1987, and was inducted into the Seattle Seahawks Ring of Honor in 1994.

Family Life

He has twins named Austin and Christian.

Associated With

He played with quarterback and future NFL head coach Jim Zorn for two seasons on the Seahawks.

Collen Warner

Collen Warner

Name Collen Warner
Profession Soccer Player
Date of Birth 1988-06-24
Place of Birth Denver, CO
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Birth Sign Cancer

About Collen Warner

American midfielder who began his MLS career with Real Salt Lake in 2010. He joined the Montreal Impact in 2012 and helped the team win the Canadian Championship in 2013.

Early Life of Collen Warner

He played college soccer at the University of Portland from 2006 to 2009.

Trivia

He began his professional career with the Colorado Rapids U-23 team in 2007.

Family Life

He was born to Marcia Scott-Warner and Darrick Warner.

Associated With

He entered the MLS the same year as French star Thierry Henry.

Brenda Warner

Brenda Warner

Name Brenda Warner
Profession Family Member
Date of Birth 1967-06-17
Place of Birth United States
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Birth Sign Gemini

About Brenda Warner

Most well known as the wife of former NFL quarterback and Pro Football Hall of Famer Kurt Warner. 

Early Life of Brenda Warner

She and Warner met in college. She had previously been married and had two children before she and Warner wed in 1997. 

Trivia

She was a United States Marine Corps corporal. She was discharged in 1990 due to hardship after her child was permanently injured by her ex-husband. 

Family Life

She and Warner had five children together. Their children, including the two from her previous marriage, are: Jesse Jo, Kade Eugene, Elijah Storm, Sierra Rose, Sienna Rae, Zachary Taylor, and Jada Jo. 

Associated With

Her husband played with Marshall Faulk, Torry Holt, and Isaac Bruce as part of The Greatest Show on Turf at the turn of the century.

Owen Warner

Owen Warner

Name Owen Warner
Profession Soap Opera Actor
Date of Birth 1999-06-08
Place of Birth Leicester,
England
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Birth Sign Gemini

About Owen Warner

2018 addition to the cast of the long-running soap opera Hollyoaks who landed the role of Romeo Quinn. 

Early Life of Owen Warner

He landed his role of Romeo only months after finishing his two-year performing arts course at Brooksby Melton College.

Trivia

While Hollyoaks is his first major credit, he has acted in short films as well. 

Family Life

He was born in Leicester, England. He began dating his Hollyoaks co-star Stephanie Davis.

Associated With

He has acted alongside Malique Thompson-Dwyer on the show Hollyoaks.

Susan Warner | Children’s Author

Susan Warner | Children’s Author

Name Susan Warner
Profession Children’s Author
Date of Birth 1819-07-11
Place of Birth New York
Age 65 yrs
Death Date 1885-03-17
Birth Sign Cancer

About Susan Warner

An American author of religious fiction and children’s books, she is known for such novels as The Wide, Wide World and What She Could. The former work was translated into many languages and was one of the most popular literary works of its time.

Early Life Experience of Susan Warner

She was born in New York City. She converted to Christianity in the 1830s and joined the Mercer Street Presbyterian Church.

Trivia Info

She penned the popular children’s song, “Jesus Bids Us Shine.”

Family Life and Relationship

Her father was Henry Warner, a New York City lawyer. With her sister, Anna Bartlett Warner, she wrote several Christian-themed songs for children.

Close Associates

Her 1850 work, The Wide, Wide World, was second in popularity only to Harriet Beecher Stowe’s Uncle Tom’s Cabin.