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Ruben Blades receives an ACE Award from the hands of presenter Lesley Ann Warren
Ruben Blades holds the ACE Award he won for best actor in a movie or miniseries for his role as a Death Row inmate whose growing insanity complicates his impending execution in the HBO Showcase, "Dead man Out" during the televised presentation of the 11th annual Academy of Cable Excellence Awards on January 14, 1990 in Los Angeles. With Blades is actress Lesley Ann Warren who presented the award. (UPI Photo/Jim Ruymen/Files)
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Lesley Ann Warren (born August 16, 1946) is an American actress and singer. She has been nominated once for an Academy Award and Emmy Awards and five times for Golden Globe, winning one.

She is known for her role in films such as The Happiest Millionaire, Victor Victoria, Clue, Burglar, Cop, Color of Night and Secretary. She has also had roles in popular TV shows such as Mission: Impossible, Desperate Housewives, Crossing Jordan, Will & Grace, and In Plain Sight.

Warren was born in New York City, New York, the daughter of Carol (née Verblow), a singer, and William Warren, a real estate agent. Her family, by both sides, was of Russian Jewish descent, and her father's original surname was "Warrenoff". Her 1967 marriage to producer Jon Peters ended in divorce in 1977. They have one son, Christopher Peters (born 1968, now an actor). She married Ronald Taft in 2000.

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