Gabrielle Union hot young
October 29, 1972
5 ft 7.5 in | 171 cm
36-24-36 in | 91.5-61-91.5 cm
57 kg | 126 pounds
10 US | 40 EU
Gabrielle Union was born in Omaha, Nebraska, United States, on October 29, 1972, is an American hot actress. Young Gabrielle Union began her acting career on the television sitcoms in 1990s. She made her big screen debut in comedy movie She's All That (1999) in role as Katarina "Katie" Darlingson. Her breakthrough role came as Isis in comedy film Bring It On (2000) opposite Kirsten Dunst.
Deliver Us from Eva (2003) romantic comedy with LL Cool J
Bad Boys II (2003) action comedy with Martin Lawrence and Will Smith
Daddy's Little Girls (2007) romantic comedy drama opposite Idris Elba
The Brothers (2001) romantic comedy opposite Shemar Moore
Top Five (2014) comedy opposite Chris Rock and Rosario Dawson
Love & Basketball (2000) romantic drama opposite Sanaa Lathan
Something the Lord Made (2004) biographical drama opposite Alan Rickman
Breakin' All the Rules (2004) comedy romance with Jamie Foxx
The Honeymooners (2005) comedy with Cedric the Entertainer and Regina Hall
Think Like a Man (2012) and sequel Think Like a Man Too (2014) romantic comedy opposite Kevin Hart
Breaking In (2018) thriller opposite Ajiona Alexus
The Public (2018) drama with Emilio Estevez
During her college years she modeled for Judith Fontaine Modeling & Talent Agency in Los Angeles.
Was a cheerleader.
She is a spokeswoman for Neutrogena.
She was married to NFL player Chris Howard (2001-2006).
Gabrielle married NBA basketball player Dwyane Wade in 2014.
I like directors who have worked as movies actors. They know the experience.
It is all that an actress can hope for. The experience was very organic. I was able to be creative. In comedies, you go for the joke, and embellish. Action movies are about action. They're not about performances.
I have the Samuel L. Jackson mentality, of working as much as possible. I think about [Halle Berry] and [Queen Latifah] and they are the only two black actresses that work consistently. It scares me.
When someone who loves and cares about me compliments me, I feel more glamorous than when the flashbulbs are going off on the red carpet.
I just thought acting would be something to help out with my student loans, but my first year as an actress, I made more money than my parents. That's when I realized it could turn into a career. After that, I put everything I had into it.
As a newly married person, as much as I would love for my husband to buy into the 'my way or the highway' philosophy, you realize it's all about compromising and finding some sort of middle ground that everyone can live with.
I was at one time a football wife, and there is a certain level of bonding that happens between women who are the wives of football players.
Drama can feel like therapy whereas comedy feels like there's been a pressure and a weight lifted off of you. You come to work and you laugh all day, you go home and you feel light and there's a certain feeling when you're sitting with the audience and they leave after 90 minutes and it's just pure escapism and they're happy.