Gabrielle Union is an American, but both of her parents are of Haitian descent

Soulshadow55 - June 2 2014, 5:39 PM

Gabrielle Union is an American, but both of her parents are of Haitian descent.

She was born and raised in Omaha, Nebraska.

The actress is known for her role in the movie 'Bring it On'.

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Kiki says...

I hate when I serch up a celeb theur biographies all say American. First off if both of her parents are Haitian them that makes her HAITIAN! She is... more »

Lyne says...

You have a picture of Garcelle Beauvais where Gabrielle Union's picture should be. more »

Smartie says...

Gabrielle Union isn't of Haitian descent. People please STOP claiming everyone to be Haitian. more »

Pamela says...

If both of Gabrielle's parents are Haitian doesn't that make Gabrielle Japanese more »

An Alphabet says...

Both her parents are haitian descent but not her, then she is not their bioligical kid? According the haitian 's constitution even her can claim her... more »

J Silver says...

Both parents from Haiti, so shes Haitian. How difficult is that. Smh. I'm half Haitian and I clam Haiti more »

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