Miles Warner was born in Santa Monica, California, and graduated from Santa Monica High School in 2000.
He received a BA in Politics from UC Santa Cruz, where he studied abroad in London, U.K., at the British Museum. He interned in Washington D.C. for the House Committee on Energy and Commerce in Congress on Capitol Hill.
Miles spent a decade in the arts, writing, directing, and acting in theater and film, both in Los Angeles and New York City. Miles has also been a successful business person for the past 15 years in real estate management and acquisitions, providing housing for everything from low-income families to larger commercial tenants.
Miles is married to Alexandra Sleight Warner, Ph.D., a behavioral researcher and fellow of the National Cancer Institute. They have two children, a daughter in kindergarten and a third-grade son with special needs in the Santa Monica-Malibu Unified School District.
In 2021, Miles was elected to the Roosevelt Elementary School Site Council. As a burn survivor, Miles has served on the Communications Committee for the Alisa Ann Ruch Burn Foundation (AARBF). Miles is a proud member of SAG-AFTRA and believes strongly in the importance and power of union membership for a fair and sustainable democracy.