Warner

Warner

Warner can refer to:

People

* Albert Warner (1883-1967), one of the founders of Warner Bros. Studios
* Amelia Warner (b. 1982), British actress
* Amy Warner (soccer) (b. 1981), soccer player who graduated from the University of Notre Dame
* Arnie Warner, a municipal councillor in Richmond Hill, Ontario, Canada
* Austin "Jack" Warner (b. 1944), Trinidadian football administrator and FIFA Vice President
* Brian Warner (b. 1969), musician, author, and director better known by his stage name Marilyn Manson
* Charles Dudley Warner (1829-1900), American essayist and novelist
* Sir Courtenay Warner, 1st Baronet (1857-1934) was a politician in the United Kingdom
* David Warner (actor) (b. 1941),English actor who often plays sinister characters
* Fred M. Warner (1865-1923), 26th governor of Michigan
* Glenn Scobey Warner ("Pop" Warner) (1871-1954), American football coach
* Harry Warner (1881-1958), one of the founders of Warner Bros.
* Harry Warner, Jr. (1922-2003), science fiction fan and historian
* Jack Warner (1892-1978), the president and driving force behind the highly successful development of Warner Bros. Studios in Hollywood
* Jack Warner (actor) (1896-1981), popular British film and television actor
* Jack Warner (pitcher) (born 1940), Major League Baseball pitcher
* Jackie Warner, fitness trainer and reality TV star
* John Warner (b. 1927), United States Senator from Virginia
* John Warner (writer/editor) (b. 1970), author, editor of "McSweeney's Internet Tendency"
* Kurt Warner (b. 1971), NFL quarterback who is the league's all-time leader in completion percentage
* Mark Warner (b. 1954), former governor of Virginia
* Plum Warner (Sir Pelham Francis "Plum" Warner, 1873-1963), English cricketer
* Rex Warner (1905-1986), English classicist, writer and translator
* Sam Warner, one of the founders of Warner Bros. Studios
* Seth Warner (1743-1784), huntsman
* Susan Warner (1819-1885), American writer of religious fiction for young people
* Sylvia Townsend Warner (1893-1978), English novelist and poet
* Sir Thomas Warner (explorer) (1580-1649), famous for settling on Saint Kitts and Nevis
* William Warner (poet) (c. 1558-1609) English poet
* William Warner (Missouri) (1840-1916) U.S. Congressman and Senator
* William Lloyd Warner (1898-1970) American anthropologist
* William W. Warner (1920-) author, winner of a Pulitzer Prize in 1977

Places

* Warner, Alberta, Canada
* Warner, New Hampshire, USA
* Warner, Oklahoma, USA
* Warner, Queensland, Australia
* Warner Robins, Georgia, USA

Businesses

* Time Warner, an American media conglomerate, formerly Warner Communications
** Warner Bros., a film and television production company
* Warner Aircraft Corporation
* Warner Books, a division of Hachette Book Group USA
* Warner Music Group is a record label group
* Warner Bros.-Seven Arts
* Warner-Lambert, now merged with Pfizer, a pharmaceutical company
* Warner Pacific College
* Warner Southern College
* Warner Theatre (Washington, D.C.)

Record labels

* Warner Alliance
* Warner Bros. Records
* Warner Curb Records
* Warner Music Australasia
* Warner Music Canada
* Warner-Spector Records

ee also

* Irnerius (sometimes referred to as Warnerius), an Italian jurist from the 11th century


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