She was at the Invincible premiere.
She is straight.
She divorced her second husband, Jonathan Lemkin, in 2005. They had no children.
She divorced her first husband in 1985. She has one child from the marriage.
Her whole birth name is Kiersten Nicolla Dale Warren.
Kiersten was at the Desperate Housewives season 2 DVD launch.
Kiersten starred in the direct-to-dvd movie Bring It On: All Or Nothing which is the sequel to the movie Bring It On!.
Kiersten attended the premiere of Divine Secrets of The Ya-Ya Sisterhood.
The first TV show Kiersten appeared in was Saved By The Bell: The College Years.
Kiersten starred in three movies in 1999, they are Pushing Tin, Liberty Heights and Bicentennial Man.
In 2004 Kiersten starred in two movies, they are 13 Going On 30 and The Snow Walker.
The first movie Kiersten appeared in was 'Painted Hero' in 1995.
Kiersten's daughter is Misti Traya, Misti is also an actress and has appeared in the TV shows, How I Met Your Mother and Joan Of Arcadia.
Kiersten starred in two movies in 2002, they are Divine Secrets Of The Ya-Ya Sisterhood and Circuit.
Kiersten guest starred in 8 episodes of Desperate Housewives as Nora.
She was nominated for the Young Artist Award in 1993 for Best Supporting Actress In A Television Series for Life Goes On.
She was nominated for the DVDX Award for the DVD Exclusive Awards for The Snow Walker.
She was a nominee for the 2007 Screen Actors Guild Awards.
She was in the 2006 movie Hoot, based on the best-selling book.
She is in a 2007 movie entitled The Astronaut Farmer.
Kiersten Warren (On her character Nora's storylines in Desperate Housewives, season 3): I have very colorful issues, issues that may or may not respond to medication. I'm a bee in Lynette's bonnet. God love Lynette to put up with Nora.
Kiersten: (On Bring It On: All Or Nothing and The Astronaut farmer): I play a friend of Virginia Madsen in [The Astronaut Farmer]. It's a sweet movie about a farmer who always dreamed of being an astronaut, was actually in the program and falls out of it for reasons that you'll find in the movie. It's a really sweet film. And Bring it On: All or Nothing I don't think needs any explanation.
Kiersten (On her future projects): I have a movie called The "Astronaut Farmer" with Virginia Madsen and Billy Bob Thornton, coming up. I'm not really sure what the release date is on that. And then I start work on a new cartoon called "Slacker Cats" where I'm the voice of one of the kittens there. And beyond that, while I'm working on "Desperate Housewives", it's really hard to go out and make another deal to do something else, because you're employed. What will I do next? I don't know
Kiersten (After being asked if she would become one of the notorious women of Wisteria Lane): I don't know. I don't know about notorious. I'm just trying to fulfill my needs and everybody else's and my daughter's, and looking out for myself in a big way. I think when you've been a really young mother, you feel like you have to fight the whole world. Maybe Nora has a little bit of that fight and maybe doesn't know when to turn it down that much.
Kiersten (When asked will she watch the Desperate Housewives season 2 DVD): I will because I had a baby and I missed so many of the episodes. I've been either pregnant or watching sprouts, so I want to see what's going on with absolutely everybody.
Kiersten (on her Desperate Housewives character Nora and her co-star Felicity Huffman): It takes focus you have to make sure you have had a power bar or something that day. But Felicity (Huffman) is such an amazing actress that just being with her, and by just being close to that talented flame, you warm yourself and you look good.
Kiersten Warren (On Desperate Housewives): It is such a great platform to be on. You have to respect the phenomena of this show. You always want a job and sometimes you get a break. I've been saying for a while, "I don't need a job -- I need a break." It is a gift. I was over the moon excited when I got the call.
Kiersten Warren (On her Desperate Housewives character, Nora): I had a daughter when I was very young when I was in high school. I know a little bit about facing insurmountable odds. So maybe I bring some of that to Nora.