Gabrielle Union’s Net Worth in 2019, Sexy Feet and Hot Legs

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A best-selling author and successful actress, Gabrielle Union has an estimated net worth of $16 million and wears shoe size 10 (US).

Net Worth:$16 million
Full Name:Gabrielle Monique Union-Wade
Born:October 29, 1972, in Omaha, NE
Dating:She married NFL player Chris Howard on May 5, 2001, and divorced him in 2006.

Gabrielle married Dwyane Wade, an American former professional basketball player with a net worth of $120 million dollars, on August 30, 2014, in Miami, Florida.
Kids:She is the stepmother to Dwyane Wade's three children.

On November 7, 2018, she welcomed the birth of her biological daughter, Kaavia James Union Wade, who was born via surrogate due to her struggles with miscarriages.
Weight:126-130 lbs (around 57 kg)
Shoe Size:10 (US)
Height:‎5 ft 7 in or 170 cm
Nationality:American
Source of Wealth:Books, Film, Television, Modeling
Ethnicity/Race:African-American

Gabrielle Union’s Best Quotes

Hollywood needs to recognise all shades of African American beauty.

If someone lacked decency or respect, I didn’t allow that person to stay in my world.

I played sports year around: basketball, soccer, softball and I ran track year around, from the time I was, like, six, seven.

I want to be Miss USA or Miss America. I would bring the trophy back to Nebraska. My interests are agriculture and corn. Hey, I’m just riding this train as long as I can. As long as I’m having fun, I’ll do it. When it stops being fun, I’ll try something else.

We all have to let go of the Prince Charming complex and realize he doesn’t necessarily exist in the package we assume he’ll come in.

We give a lot of others significance in our lives even when they don’t deserve it. It doesn’t matter if they’re family or if you’ve known them forever. If they’re not good for you, they’ve got to go.

I’m not going to change the world overnight. It’s one person at a time, and hopefully they’re people in positions of power who can help people get in those roles and really, truly embrace colorblind casting.

Right now, I don’t have the same urges as other women when they see a baby. When I see children, I see responsibilities, which I don’t think I’m quite ready for. I feel the same about puppies. They’re cute for a second, but there’s a lot of responsibility involved.

I can’t just say one time of the year I’m going to do something different. I have to commit to a lifestyle behavioral change and just try to be a little bit better today than I was yesterday.

When someone who loves and cares about me compliments me, I feel more glamorous than when the flashbulbs are going off on the red carpet.

You get so afraid of failure and so afraid of losing and so afraid of not being the best that it’s not a natural drive – it’s born out of fear of failure. Which helps in Hollywood.

A lot of women seem to think the way to ingratiate themselves is to put down other women or backstab. That’s the quickest way to be eliminated from my life – try that with me, and you’re out.

As a newly married person, as much as I would love for my husband to buy into the ‘my way or the highway’ philosophy, you realize it’s all about compromising and finding some sort of middle ground that everyone can live with.

After Halle Berry does her films and Queen Latifah does her films, it’s left to all the black, Latino and Asian actresses to fight over a couple of roles. I opted for some TV. There’s just not a ton of work in film.

I had to learn – since I’m divorced now and everyone is like, ‘Oh my God, you’re single, what’s going on?’ – that if I don’t like to spend time with myself, how can I ask someone else to enjoy spending time with me? I’m getting to learn how to enjoy my solitude and have a good time.

I love romantic comedies. They’re for me the easiest thing to do and the most natural to do. There’s nothing natural about holding an uzi hanging out of a moving van shooting at people. That’s not second nature to me, thank God.

I’m just riding this train as long as I can. As long as I’m having fun, I’ll do it. When it stops being fun, I’ll try something else. Maybe I’ll open up a chain of Popeye’s Chicken.

Drama can feel like therapy whereas comedy feels like there’s been a pressure and a weight lifted off of you. You come to work and you laugh all day, you go home and you feel light and there’s a certain feeling when you’re sitting with the audience and they leave after 90 minutes and it’s just pure escapism and they’re happy.

Sometimes it’s not even a role that’s specifically written for a woman. It could be a role written for a white man or Asian man, or Latino. If it’s something that I feel I could do well, I go after it. Especially if it’s nothing that has to be gender or race specific, I’m all over it.

In my career, there have been roles I haven’t taken because someone involved with the project gave me a bad vibe. I don’t care how much money is on the table: No job is worth feeling uneasy every day.

I think I’m drawn to more villain-type characters, because it’s so cool to get to say all the things you want to say. In Hollywood, you get to this position where you have to bite your tongue so much. You take all your experiences of not being able to say what you really want to say, and channel that through your character.

Hollywood panders to the 18-to-34 crowd. That demographic doesn’t care about race and the package it comes in. They care about the hottest chick. They just like hot chicks.

I think there’s a lot of things that occur within the African-American community, that we would prefer to stay within the African-American community – that we get a little nervous when you start having scenes or dialogue that we know is going to be viewed and heard on a national or global scale.

Within a lot of African-American households, I think, there’s an idea that black men don’t want to take an active participation in the lives of their children. That if they do, there has to be some sort of ulterior motive.

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