When I first toured the Nebraska campus and I saw Turner Gill walk, I freaked out.That was like the biggest star-struck moment I’ve probably ever had in my life. Other of her earlier roles included those in teen movies such as 10 Things I Hate About You, She's All That, and Love & Basketball.Union admitted that at the time of getting the script, she was turned off, but became interested after reading the script at her agent's insistence.She then met with series creator Frank Spotnitz and executive producer Daniel Sackheim, who told her they thought of her anytime they thought of the character.When asked if she would stay with Cedric's character in real life, she stated: "I'm staying with him.You know I got asked a lot if Alice would ever be with Ralph.Her breakthrough role was in 2000 teen comedy film Bring It On, after which she was female lead in the short-lived CBS medical drama series, City of Angels later that year.
The agent set the pair up to have lunch together, which lasted four hours, during which Union said that they "connected" and Perry turned in the script a month later.
But it's because I grew up in a household that always talked specifically Cornhusker football and Big 8 sports, at the time." While studying there in her senior year, she interned at the Judith Fontaine Modeling & Talent Agency to earn extra academic credits. In 1997, Union appeared in the sixth-season episode of "Star Trek: Deep Space Nine – "Sons and Daughters" as the Klingon N'Garen.
She also appeared in Sister, Sister as Vanessa, in Smart Guy as Denise, and in five episodes of 7th Heaven as Keesha Hamilton. In 2000 Union performed the role of Isis in the cheerleading movie Bring It On opposite Kirsten Dunst.
I had been dating all these different people and I had this certain look that I needed.
When I met my husband, he was covered in tattoos, both of his ears were pierced and he had a motorcycle.