K. D. Aubert Biography

Biography by Published on Updated on 18 Nov, 2020
Facts of K. D. Aubert
Date of Birth: 1978 , December-6
Age: 41 years old
Birth Nation: United States of America
Height: 5 Feet 10 Inch
Name K. D. Aubert
Birth Name Karen Denise Aubert
Nick Name K.D. Rose
Nationality American
Birth Place/City Shreveport, Louisiana, USA
Profession Actress, Model, Singer
Net Worth $2 Million
Eye Color Green
Hair Color Black
Education San Diego State University
Online Presence Twitter, Instagram
Movies The Scorpion King, Hollywood Homicide, Soul Plane, In the Mix, The Grand, Turning Point, Silent No More, My Sister's Wedding, Percentage, 2016, It's a Date, She Ball
TV Show Clueless, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Bones, CSI: NY, Key and Peele, Uncle Buck, Rich Africans, Ladies of the Law
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K. D. Aubert is an American actress, model, singer, producer, and entrepreneur. As an on-screen actress, she is most known for her work in movies like The Scorpion King, Hollywood Homicide, and Friday After Next; and TV series like Clueless, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Key and Peele, Rich Africans, and Ladies of the Law

How Old is K.D. Aubert? What is her Height?

K.D. Aubert, short for Karen Denise Aubert, was born on December 6, 1978, in Shreveport, Louisiana. She is of African-American and Creole descent. As of November, Aubert is 41 years old and stands at a tall 5 feet 10 inches (1.78 meters).

Born in Shreveport, Louisiana, and raised in Riverside and Los Angeles, California, Aubert attended San Diego State University, where she played softball with the Aztecs.  

Career

Modeling

K.D. Aubert was discovered by a talent scout while working at the make-up counter at Macy's. Her professional modeling career began in 2001 with LA Models. She went on to have a prolific modeling career and walked the runway for Victoria's Secret, among others. She has also modeled for brands like Noxzema, Frederick's of Hollywood, Bacardi, Miller Lite, Beats By Dr.Dre, Go Daddy, Coca Cola, and Escada.  

Acting

Aubert's on-screen career began with an uncredited role in a handful of episodes of the ABC sitcom Clueless. In 2002, she co-hosted the MTV reality game show, Kidnapped. While working on the show, she was booked for her first major role as Donna in the 2002 cult stoner comedy movie Friday After Next starring Ice Cube and Mike Epps.          

K.D. Aubert with Ice Cube in Friday After Next SOURCE: IMDb

Earlier that year, she made her feature film debut in The Mummy spin-off starring Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson, The Scorpion King. In 2003, she had a two-episode arc as Nikki Wood in Joss Whedon's supernatural drama series Buffy the Vampire Slayer

She has since guest-starred in TV series like Bones, CSI: NY, Entourage, Married for Real?!, Franklin & Bash, Key & Peele, Uncle Buck, and Too Close to Home. In recent years, she has landed prominent roles like that of Michelle in Rich Africans and Trixie in Ladies of the Law.

On the big screens, Aubert has featured in movies like Hollywood Homicide, Soul Plane, In the Mix, The Grand, Turning Point, Silent No More, My Sister's Wedding, Percentage, 2016, It's a Date, and She Ball, to name a few  

Music

K.D. Aubert runs her own record label called "Roseland". Under the label, she has released several songs.

What is K.D. Aubert's Net Worth?

According to celebritynetworth.com, K.D. Aubert has a net worth of around $2 million. The 41-year-old actress, singer, model, and entrepreneur makes her wealth through her various endeavors in the world of television and cinema, fashion, and music. 

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