Brooklyn Decker fashion model
12 April, 1987
5 ft 9 in | 175 cm
36-24-34 in | 90-61-86.5 cm
53 kg | 117 pounds
8.5 US | 39 EU
Brooklyn Decker was born in Kettering, Ohio, United States, on April 12, 1987, is an American model and actress. She was discovered in a Charlotte shopping mall, at the age of sixteen. She began her modeling career as the face of Mauri Simone. She won Model of the Year award at the Connections Model and Talent Convention (2003).
Decker appeared in Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue in 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, and 2011, was the cover model in 2010.
She modeled for Victoria's Secret "Swim" collection (2010).
Fan of North Carolina Tar Heels basketball and Carolina Panthers.
Fan of the Dave Matthews Band.
She married American tennis player Andy Roddick in 2009, they have a son and a daughter.
Lives in Austin, Texas, United States.
She began her acting career in comedy TV Movie Lipshitz Saves the World (2007) in role as Rebecca Fellini.
She made her big screen debut in romantic comedy film Just Go with It (2011) in role as Palmer.
What to Expect When You're Expecting (2012) romantic comedy in role as Skyler
Battleship (2012) science fiction action in role as Sam
Stretch (2014) comedy crime in role as Candace
Results (2015) romantic comedy in role as Erin
Casual Encounters (2016) comedy in role as Laura Leonard
Lovesong (2016) drama in role as Lily
Band Aid (2017) comedy drama in role as Candice
Support the Girls (2018) comedy in role as Kara
She played Jules Talley in sitcom Friends with Better Lives (2014).
She playing Mallory Hanson in comedy web television series Grace and Frankie, since 2015.
Flare Magazine, GQ Turkey, Esquire, Ocean Drive, Vanities, Women's Health, Boxer Magazine and Glamour Magazine.
BMW Opportunity Knocks, The Gap, Dietz & Watson and Intimissimi.
My father did an intervention and got me to stop obsessing about everyone else and wrecking my body.
The 'Sports Illustrated' cover was the last thing I shot. That week, I told my agent, 'You know what, I really... I don't want to be a model anymore. I really want to do movies.' And I think he wanted to wring my neck at the moment.
I would like to say I've achieved goals, but really, modeling is all luck. You're not really achieving anything. The least hardworking person with a special face can be huge and have a whole world of success.
With my first pay cheque I sent my parents to Jamaica, so they actually got passports! They're pretty grounded; it wasn't until they saw the trailer for 'Battleship' that they were like, 'Ooh, this is a big movie, isn't it?'
I think that I'd like to try to be a superwoman and have kids and work, so we'll see if I can actually accomplish that.
I loved the travel but I didn't love the work. I mean, come on, modelling is only so stimulating!