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GABRIELLE UNION (Alice Kramden) has managed to build an impressive resume in just a few short years as an actress.

She starred opposite Will Smith and Martin Lawrence in the long-anticipated action sequel "Bad Boys II.” Union played Sydney Burnett, the half-sister of Lawrence's character and Will Smith's love interest.

She is probably best known for her starring role in Universal's "Bring It On,” in which she and Kirsten Dunst play leaders of rival cheerleading squads competing for the national championships. Her other feature credits include "Cradle to the Grave,” "Breakin' All the Rules,” "Deliver Us From Eva.” "Welcome To Collinwood,” "Abandon,” "The Brothers,” "Two Can Play That Game,” "Love & Basketball,” "Ten Things I Hate About You,” and "She's All That.”

In 2004, Union graced the inaugural cover of Savoy Magazine, which described her as "Hollywood's Best Kept Secret” and dubbed her "The Next Julia Roberts.” In addition, she has been selected as one of Entertainment Weekly's "IT Girls,” People Magazine's "Ones To Watch,” El Entertainment's "Sizzling 16,” and Vogue's "Next Generation of Movie Stars.”

On the small screen, Union garnered media attention for her guest-starring role as the first African-American love interest on NBC's "Friends.” In addition, she joined the cast of Steven Bochco's CBS television drama, "City of Angels,” as Dr. Courtney Ellis for one season.

After graduating with honors from UCLA, Union made her television debut on the UPN hit comedy "Moesha.” She resides in Los Angeles with her husband.


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