Sunny Mabrey Biography

Sunny Mabrey is an American model and actress. Check out this biography to know about her birthday, childhood, family life, achievements, and fun facts about her.

Sunny Mabrey
Quick Facts

Birthday: November 28, 1975

Nationality: American

Famous: Actresses American Women

Age: 43 Years, 43 Year Old Females

Sun Sign: Sagittarius

Born in: Gadsden, Alabama

Famous as: Actress

Height: 5'8" (173 cm), 5'8" Females

Family:

Spouse/Ex-: Ethan Embry (m. 2005 – Sep. 2012)

father: Larry Mabrey

mother: Estra Reynolds

U.S. State: Alabama

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Sunny Mabrey is an American model and actress. She first garnered attention with a lead role as the man-eating alien Sara in the 2004 film ‘Species III’. She earned further popularity with her roles as a supporting antagonist in ‘XXX: State of the Union’ and as a flight attendant in ‘Snakes on a Plane’. Born in Gadsden, Alabama, USA, Mabrey’s potential for being a model was discovered while in college. After travelling to Orlando, she accepted modeling projects in Paris and Miami and later returned to U.S. for earning her bachelor's degree from University of Mobile. Mabrey resumed her modeling and has since then appeared in a number of commercials and fashion shows. She married actor Ethan Embry in 2005 and separated from him seven year later. The two remarried in 2015. The gorgeous beauty was earlier engaged to actor Clayne Crawford in 2002. Besides being an actress and model, Mabrey has also been a popular Viner and had over a million followers.

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Sunny Mabrey
Career
  • Sunny Mabrey began her career at the age of 18, with various modeling projects including commercials and music videos. She appeared in Limp Bizkit's "Nookie" and Lonestar's "Amazed". She made her television debut in 1998 when she appeared in an episode of ‘LateLine’. Four years later, she landed a role in the teen comedy film ‘The New Guy’. Soon after this, the actress was cast as Sara in the sci-fi thriller film ‘Species III’. In 2005, she starred in the sequel to the 2002 action flick ‘XXX’ titled ‘XXX: State of the Union’. The following year, Mabrey starred as flight attendant Tiffany in the action thriller ‘Snakes on a Plane’ that follows an incident of snakes being released on a plane in an endeavor to kill a trial witness. In the ensuing years, she had guest appearances in various TV sitcoms including ‘Without a Trace’, ‘Monk’, ‘Desperate Housewives’, ‘Mad Men’, ‘Memphis Beat’ and ‘Vegas’, to name a few.
  • In the year 2013, Mabrey joined the cast of ‘The Client List’ as Lisa Munsey. A year later, she featured in two episodes of the fantasy drama ‘Once Upon a Time’. That year, she also starred as Kate Carter in ‘Teacher of the Year’, a story about a high school teacher who receives an exciting offer just after he is declared California Teacher of the Year. Following a guest role in the sitcom ‘Still the King’ in 2016, the actress played Iris Duncan in the sci-fi flick ‘Teleios’ which earned her the Best Actress Award at International Independent Film Awards.
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Family & Personal Life
  • Sunny Mabrey was born on November 28, 1975 in Gadsden, Alabama, USA. She studied at Gadsden State Community College and later earned her B.A. in theatre from University of Mobile.
  • In 2002, she got engaged to actor Clayne Crawford. Following her breakup with him, Mabrey married actor Ethan Embry in July 2005. She filed for divorce in 2012, citing irreconcilable differences. However, she and Embry again came together in 2013, eventually remarrying each other two years later.
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Last Updated
- June 28, 2019

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