K.D. Aubert Wiki: Husband, Net Worth, Height, Measurements

April 18, 2024
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Who is K.D. Aubert?

K.D. is an American actress, fashion model, and singer, perhaps still best known to the world as Donna in the film “Friday After Next” (2002) and more recently as Trixie in the TV series “Ladies of the Law” (2018), among other roles that she has secured in her career so far.

K.D. Aubert Wiki: Age, Childhood, and Education

Karen Denise Aubert was born on 6 December 1978 under the Sagittarius zodiac sign, in Shreveport, Louisiana, USA. She hasn’t revealed her parents’ names, but it’s known that she has two sisters who have sickle cell disease. K.D. is a member of several non-profit organizations that help people with the illness, including the Sickle Cell Disease Foundation of California, and the Charlie Mack Foundation.


Of African-American and Creole ancestry, K.D. grew up in Riverside and Los Angeles, and after high school, she enrolled at San Diego State University, and played on the Aztec softball team during those years.

Career Beginnings

K.D. worked behind the make-up counter at Macy’s after college, where she was discovered by a scout in 2001, and signed a contract with LA Models.

Soon enough, she was catwalking overseas, working for a number of fashion brands, including Victoria’s Secret, Frederick’s, Escada, and Noxzema, among others, and in no time she also ventured into print modeling with Elite Models.


Modeling Career and Commercial Appearances

She started working on major campaigns, and was noticed by producers.so began appearing in commercials before she was named the co-host of the show “Kidnapped”, alongside Dave Holmes.

She continued her modeling career through the decade, and K.D. was one of the four original Fantanas, a female group of spokesmodels who appear in TV commercials for the soft drink Fanta. She was the Strawberry Fanta and, together with three other girls, was featured in the Maxim magazine online girl gallery.

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Moreover, she appeared in an Old Spice commercial next to Greg Jennings, and also in commercials for such brands as Miller Lite, Cola, Beats By Dr. Dre, Bacardi, Go Daddy, and Nespresso in which she starred with George Clooney.

Acting Career and Rise to Prominence

K.D.’s acting career actually started in 1999, with the role of Julie Sinclair in the TV series “Clueless”. It was  2002, when K.D. secured her first major role, as Donna in the comedy-drama series “Friday After Next”, which starred Ice Cube, Mike Epps and John Witherspoon, receivingd high praise for her performance, and so continued her career with another prominent role, as Harlot in the film “Scorpion King”.


In 2003, K.D. replaced a recurring actress in the TV series “Buffy, the Vampire Slayer”, and assumed the role of Nikki Wood, but only appeared in two episodes before being chosen as the female lead in “Hollywood Homicide”, the crime action-comedy film co-starring Harrison Ford and Josh Hartnett.

K.D. continued her acting career in stunning fashion until the 2010s, in several notable projects. She appeared in the comedy film “Soul Plane” (2004), starring Dwayne Adway, Snoop Dogg and Tom Arnold, then in 2005 in the comedy crime-drama film “In the Mix”, which starred Usher, Chazz Palminteri, and Emmanuelle Chriqui.

She was April-May in S.R. Bindler’s comedy film “Surfer, Dude” three years later, starring Matthew McConaughey, Woody Harrelson and Willie Nelson.

Continued Success

K.D. began the next decade with the role of Tangie in the television movie “in Sickness and in Health” (2012), and the same year starred in the thriller-drama series “Silent No More”, co-starring Erlinda Navarro and Daniel Lujan.

The following year, K.D. starred in the comedy film “My Sister’s Wedding”, written and directed by Paul D. Hannah, and co-starring Flex Alexander and Essence Atkins, while in 2014 she was Jackie in the action crime-drama film “Percentage”.

She also made an appearance in the drama film “Lap Dance”, based on the true story of director Greg Carter and his girlfriend before they moved to Los Angeles in 2005; the film starred Omari Hardwick, James Remar, and Stacey Dash.


Two years later, she starred in the film “My B.F.F”, with C. Thomas Howell and Sean Patrick Thomas, and in 2017 was the lead star in the horror film “2016”.

The following year, she portrayed London Greer in the romantic comedy-drama film “It’s a Date”, which starred Tammy Townsend, Darrin Dewitt Henson, and Michael Colyar, then won the role of Trixie in the short-lived comedy film “Ladies of the Law”, starring alongside Golden Brooks and Melissa De Sousa”. Moreover, she appeared in a couple of episodes of the TV comedy series “Rich Africans”.

Her latest appearances were as Cherish Adams in the romantic comedy film “The Perfect Mate”, and as Makeda in the sports comedy-drama film “She Ball”, written and directed by Nick Cannon, with Rosa Acosta and Delpa Baxter co-starring.

Music Career

K.D. Aubert is an accomplished musician, and performs under the name K.D. Rose. She’s released numerous songs and several music videos to critical acclaim, including “Last Knight Out”, “Spirit of Love”, “Naked”, and “Falling” among many others.

Furthermore, she has her own record label, Roseland Records.

Net Worth

As of early 2022, K.D. Aubert’s net worth has been estimated to be around $2 million, earned through her extensive involvement in show business.

Personal Life, Dating, Married, Single?

When it comes to K.D.’s personal life, many rumors have surfaced due to her secretive nature, but she hasn’t addressed any of those. For instance, she was rumored to have dated rapper Nas, and that she was in a relationship with producer Jeff Bowler. Furthermore, sources had her in a relationship with Lloyd Polite Jr, but these were just rumors.


According to reports, she is single and focused on her career.

Appearance and Vital Statistics

The prominent actress and model has black hair and dark brown eyes. She stands at a height of 5ft 10ins (1.78m), while she weighs approximately 120lbs (55kgs), with vital statistics of 34-27-35, and bra size 38C.

Hobbies, Interests, and Trivia

K.D. played various sports while growing up, including football, golf and tennis, admitting that she was a tomboy. She is still interested in all of those sports, and sometimes plays a game or two with her friends and family, especially tennis and golf.

K.D. has many hobbies, including songwriting, trying exotic foods, and she is also interested in fishing and batting cages.

She is politically active, and openly supports the Democratic Party – she volunteered at Obama’s headquarters during his 2007 campaign.

She is fluent in the French language.

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