Gabrielle Union, an American actress, activist, and novelist, has appeared in a slew of films and television shows. She began her career as a model before appearing in several of the most popular sitcoms and teen comedies of the 1990s. She made her acting debut in the medical drama 'City of Angels,' and in the film 'Bring It On,' both of which were released in 2002. Union received a lot of praise for its performance in "Neo Ned." Aside from that, she's a fashion designer, writer, and contractor with a brand of clothing, cosmetics, and timepieces all her own.
That year's 'Best Novel of the Black Author' assessed her book, 'We're Going To Need More Wine." Activist and advocate for sexual assault survivors, she's a fierce advocate for those who have been assaulted. She also ran for Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed and President Barack Obama's re-election campaigns.
Gabe and Kaavia's child, Kaavia James Union Wade, is the only one of my acquaintances who has a large collection of amusing photographs. See the funniest photos of Kaavia James ever taken by our photographers.
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