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V.I. Warshawski

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V I Warshawski attended the University of Chicago on an athletic scholarship, and went to law school there as well. She worked for several years in the Cook County Public Defender’s office before becoming a private investigator in 1982.

V I Warshawski was born on July 27th, with the sun in Leo and Gemini rising. Her chart reads: “Extremely active by nature, you like to get around and meet people. Very restless, you can’t seem to stay put. Because of the high nervous tension you always have, athletic activity would be a good way for you to burn off energy.”

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V. I. Warshawski
Warshawski, as she appeared in volume 12 of Detective Conan
First appearance Indemnity Only (1982)
Created by Sara Paretsky
Portrayed by

Kathleen Turner

Sharon Gless
Information
Aliases Victoria Iphigenia Warshawski
Gender Female
Occupation Private Investigator
Family Anton "Tony" Warshawski (father)
Gabriella Sestrieri (mother)
Spouse(s) Dick Yarborough (ex-husband)
Nationality American

About V.I. Warshawski | Author Sara Paretsky

Victoria Iphigenia Warshawski, called "Vic" by her friends, is the daughter of Italian-born Gabriella Sestrieri, who, being half-Jewish, had to flee the Mussolini regime in 1941 and as a destitute immigrant met and married Anton "Tony" Warshawski, a . Gabriella spoke Italian with her daughter, who became fluent in that language. On the other hand, the American-born Tony spoke only English with her, and she only picked up a few words of Polish from her father's mother.

Victoria Iphigenia Warshawski, called "Vic" by her friends, is the daughter of Italian-born Gabriella Sestrieri, who, being half-Jewish, had to flee the Mussolini regime in 1941 and as a destitute immigrant met and married Anton "Tony" Warshawski, a . Gabriella spoke Italian with her daughter, who became fluent in that language. On the other hand, the American-born Tony spoke only English with her, and she only picked up a few words of Polish from her father's mother.