Janine Turner is an Emmy and three-time Golden Globe nominated actress known to millions of fans for her role as Maggie O’Connell in the CBS hit, Emmy award winning show, Northern Exposure.
Janine’s lustrous film career includes starring in NBC’s Friday Night Lights, in feature films such as Steel Magnolias, Cliffhanger with Sylvester Stallone, Dr. T and the Women with Richard Gere, Night of the White Pants with Tom Wilkinson and in Universal’s Leave it to Beaver as June Cleaver. In her most recent movie role she portrays Anthony Hopkins’ wife in the feature film Solace. As a producer, director, Janine won Best New Director at both the Deep Ellum and Beverly Hills Film Festivals for her short film, Trip in a Summer Dress.
Janine’s four published books include: her faith based Washington Post bestseller, Holding Her Head High: 12 Single Mothers Who Championed Their Children and Changed History (Thomas Nelson Publishers), her highly praised memoir, A Little Bit Vulnerable: On Hollywood, God, Sobriety and Politics (Dunham Books), her common sense pamphlet dealing with the dangers of the internet and social media, Artificial Intelligentsia vs. Primal Sense – Ten Steps to Reclaiming You, and her daily devotional, Wisdom for Each Day – Inherited from my Great Grandfather, a daily collection of unique, uplifting quotes from poets, philosophers, presidents, and leaders from a “can do” era.
Podcaster & Singer
Janine Turner’s God on the Go Minute daily podcasts are scripture based with a lively, home spun feel. They are quickly garnering thousands of followers via the radio, social media and YouTube. Janine’s Christian yoga DVD, Christoga, incorporates yoga poses with Christian scripture and has a companion soundtrack including her Christian song, Raise the Roof, other vocals include her album, Mockingbird Hill. Janine shared her faith regularly on her hit radio show, The Janine Turner Show, (2011-2014), distributed by Cumulus and Clear Channel, which was named the Best Talk Radio Show 2011 by The Dallas Observer.