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K. D. Aubert

American actress and former fashion model of Creole Heritage








K. D. Aubert






Karen Denise Aubert

December 6, 1978

(1978-12-06) (age 31)
Shreveport, Louisiana, USA



Sometimes known as 'The African-American Angelina Jolie' actress and former fashion model K.D. Aubert was born Karen Denise Aubert on December 6, 1978, in Shreveport, La. K.D. attended San Diego State University, where she played softball for the Aztecs. She began her career when she was discovered working behind a make-up counter at Macy's and beg... Continue Bio >>


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Early life

Aubert was born in Shreveport, Louisiana and is of African-American and Louisiana Creole (African American, Native American, and French) descent,[1] describing herself as "African-American with a dash of Creole".[2] She grew up in California and attended San Diego State University, where she played on the Aztec softball team.


She was discovered working behind the make-up counter at Macy's. She has modeled for Victoria's Secret, Noxzema, Frederick's of Hollywood, Escada and many more. She co-hosted MTV's Kidnapped and has gone on to star in several films and music videos.

Aubert is also one of the four original Fantanas, a female group of spokesmodels appearing in TV commercials for the soft drink Fanta. She is featured with her fellow Fantanas in the Maxim magazine online girl gallery and was ranked #91 and #97 on the Maxim Hot 100 Women of 2003[3] and 2004[4], respectively. She has also been in a commercial for Bacardi and Cola.


















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