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Karri Turner

Karri Turner


12/21/1966, Ft. Worth, Texas

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Karri Turner was born on December 21st 1966 In Ft. Worth, Texas and raised in Bentonville, AR. Before developing an interest in acting she studied to be a minister at Oral Robert's University in Oklahoma for two years. Karri then moved to Southern California to enrol in acting…more


Trivia and Quotes

  • Trivia

    • Karri was featured in Star Magazine on March 25, 2003, and also in TV Guide in January 2002.

    • Karri appeared at the Florida Sports Awards in 2001 as a celebrity presenter. She presented an Award to Derrick Brooks of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

    • Karri and Jag co-star Patrick Labyorteaux, appeared on Hollywood Squares the week of March 4-8, 2002.

    • Karri did voiceover work for the video game Soviet Strike, her voice was used for Delilah.

    • Karri was featured in American Cowboy Magazine.

    • Karri hosted a Tribute to Heros at the MCI center with Kelsey Grammer, Lynn Swan, Darryl Hammond, Miss USA Darryl Worley and Gloria Estefan

    • Karri has visited the wounded at Walter Reid Military hospital in Washington D.C. She has also visited Ft. Hood, Ft. Irwin and was very honored to meet several of the Congressional Medal of honor winners. Supporting America's troops is what Karri is most passionate about

    • Karri has completed 6 USO tours as of 2006. During her tours she has visited troops in Baghdad, Balad, Tikrit, Kuwait, Bagram, Kandahar, Uzbeckistan and South Korea.

  • Quotes

    • Karri Turner: I wouldn't trade growing up poor in Arkansas for anything. I had secondhand Barbies that were missing arms and legs and G.I. Joes with no feet. Barbie's car was fashioned from a shoe box. We didn't have a lot of things - If you wanted it you had to create it.

    • Karri Turner: The one thing I can cook is fried food - although you can't be on TV and eat this fried stuff all the time. When I was growing up, if it wasn't fried, it wasn't going in my mouth.

    • Karri Turner (On studying drama at evangelical Christian college, Oral Roberts University): We were limited because we couldn't use curse words. We had to change some of the stuff in South Pacific. Whenever the word 'damn' was in a scene, they're like 'That will have to go'. It's not exactly the best place to study acting if you want to be on The Sopranos.