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Gabrielle Union has a lot going for she talented beautiful and driven. All of this and you would think she be up there with the big players one look on the screen and you can tell what I mean I don’t normally describe many actresses these days as having charisma but Gabrielle does in spades. Born October 29 1972 Omaha, Nebraska her most notable films Bring it on, Bad boys II and Daddies little Girls. She started out wanting to be a lawyer but owing to student debts started modelling and moved into acting from there appearing on TV before then moving on to the big screen in teen movies such as 10 things I hate about you.

"I'm just riding this train as long as I can. As long as I'm having fun, I'll do it. When it stops being fun, I'll try something else. Maybe I'll open a chain of Popeye's Chicken." - Gabrielle Union on her career, quoted in the E! Online feature "Who the Hell Is This?" September 2000

She has recently appeared in movies THE HONEYMOONERS, THE PERFECT HOLIDAY and could be seen on UGLY BETTY as WILHELMINA SLATERS (Vanessa Williams) sister. Clearly this lady has so much to give on the big screen and we hopefully will see more of.In 1992, while working part time at a shoe store, Union was beaten and raped. The rapist was sentenced to 33 years in prison.This has led to her becoming a spokes person for victims of rape, this is also a testament to her character and strength.
On the Russo brothers..."They had seen something in me that I hadn't seen in myself, and when people you respect see something in you that you didn't know you had, it's amazing. I have low esteem as an actress because I'm not formally trained, everything I've learned, I've learned from doing it, so I fear people will discover I'm a fraud or something." - Union to Interview Magazine, September 2002.



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