Last summer, Gabrielle starred as ‘Alice Kramden' opposite Cedric the Entertainer in Paramount's The Honeymooners. Gabrielle was also seen in HBO's award-winning Something the Lord Made with Alan Rickman, Kyra Sedgwick, and Mos Def, and opposite Jamie Foxx in Breakin' All the Rules.
Additional film roles include Columbia Pictures' Bad Boys II opposite Martin Lawrence and Will Smith, Focus Feature's Deliver Us From Eva alongside LL Cool J, Warner Brothers' Cradle to the Grave opposite Jet Li and hip-hop artist DMX, Sony's The Brothers, Universal's hit Bring It On opposite Kirsten Dunst, Warner Brothers' Welcome to Collinwood with George Clooney and Sam Rockwell, and Abandon opposite Benjamin Bratt and Katie Holmes, Two Can Play That Game, Love & Basketball, Ten Things I Hate About You, Neo Ned, and She's All That.
Gabrielle was most recently seen on ABC's Night Stalker. She made her television debut on the UPN hit comedy Moesha, and then went on to guest-star in hit television shows such as ER, Dave's World, and The Steve Harvey Show. Shortly thereafter, Gabrielle became a recurring role on two WB hit shows, Sister, Sister, and 7th Heaven. Gabrielle stirred things up when she guest starred as a love interest to both Matt LeBlanc and David Schwimmer on NBC's Friends. Gabrielle marked the first African-American love interest on the series. In addition, she joined the cast of Steven Bochco's CBS drama City of Angels, for one season. Gabrielle resides in Los Angeles.
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Gabrielle Union Facts
|Gabrielle Monique Union
|October 29, 1973 (50)
|Omaha, Nebraska, USA
|5' 8" (1m73) How tall is Gabrielle Union compared to you?
|With This Ring
|She's All That
|Bad Boys II