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Janine Turner

Janine Turner

Janine Turner is an actress, author, speaker and founder/co-chair of Constituting America, a charitable foundation to educate youth and adults about the Constitution by using the arts. Best-known for her Emmy and three-time Golden Globe-nominated performance on "Northern Exposure," plus "Cliffhanger" and "Friday Night Lights," Janine has blazed a trail as a rare Hollywood conservative voice with her books, radio show and frequent pundit appearances on Fox News. She lives on her ranch with her teenage daughter, author Juliette Turner.

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