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K. D. Aubert – Total Domination

The African-American Angelina Jolie, K.D. is a former dancer in the Fanta soft drink ads and a softball player at San Diego State University. She was discovered working behind a make-up counter at Macy’s. She has since gone on to model for a number of companies, including Victoria’s Secret and Frederick’s of Hollywood, and appear in ten films since her 2002 debut. She was ranked in Maxim’s Hot 100 Women in both 2003 and 2004.

K.D. was born in Shreveport, Louisiana and is of Creole descent. She speaks French, and was a self-confessed tomboy growing up. She grew up in California and attended San Diego State University, where she played on the Aztec softball team. Beginning her career a model for many major national marketing campaigns such as Noxzema, AT&T, Fanta, Fredericks of Hollywood, Victoria’s Secret and Garnier. She also was a large part of the multi platinum franchise video game Def Jam Icon. She also appeared in ads for Bacardi.

Her film career began with her role as a harlot in the movie The Scorpion King, she soon booked pivotal feature film roles such as Donna in the hugely popular franchise film Friday After Next starring opposite Ice Cube and Mike Epps and the lead role of Giselle in MGM’s Soul Plane also starring Tom Arnold, Method Man, and Snoop Dogg. She also was cast opposite Josh Hartnett as Shauntelle in Hollywood Homicide. Shortly after, Usher personally requested her to be his female lead in In the Mix. K.D. also co-hosted the MTV show Kidnapped, and stared in the Fabulous & P. Diddy video Trade It All Part II.

K.D. became one of Hollywood’s most sought after young actresses. Her endless talents combined with her relentless determination have opened countless doors into a variety of worlds including acting, producing and performing music, and fashion-all moving K.D. on her way to becoming branded as an unstoppable beauty.

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