K.D. Aubert

K.D. Aubert is an American actress and model. She has appeared on the Maxim Hot 100 list multiple times, and starred in films such as "The Scorpion King," "Friday After Next," and "Soul Plane."

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  • D.O.B. December 6, 1978
  • Age39
  • Hometown Shreveport, Louisiana
  • NationalityUSA
  • Current Town Los Angeles, CA
  • Height5' 10"
  • Hair Color Darkhaired
  • Eye ColorHazel
  • Ethnicity African-American
  • Job Actress, model
  • Twitter @theKDaubert
  • Marital Status Single


Karen Denise "K.D." Aubert was born on December 6, 1978 in Shreveport, Louisiana, but grew up in southern California, explaining why she doesn't have much of a Creole accent. She went on to attend San Diego State University, where she spent much of her time playing on their Aztec softball team. But her true path to success would start with modeling, as she would soon be discovered for her unique looks while working the make-up counter at Macy's. She was soon represented by LA Models in 2001.

Before long, K.D.'s career took off in a big way, and she was seen in the pages of such famous publications as Victoria's Secret, Frederick's of Hollywood, Escada. On top of that, she was also ranked #91 and #97 on Maxim's "Hot 100" list in 2003 and 2004, respectively. As time went on, her beauty began to allow her to branch out into other areas, eventually starring in ads for famous brands like Bacardi, Miller Lite, Go Daddy, and Old Spice. Most famously in terms of her advertising career, she was also one of the four original Fantanas, a female group of spokesmodels for Fanta soda. She represented Strawberry Fanta.

Like most famous model's careers tend to do, K.D.'s career also extends to television and films. After starring on her first TV series, "Clueless," in 1999, she continued to land small roles in television on shows such as "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" and "Entourage." However, it would be her movie career that she would come to be better known for, as she has appeared in such films as "The Scorpion King," "Friday After Next," and "Soul Plane."

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