Faune A. Chambers

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Faune A. Chambers
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Faune A. Chambers in January 2007
Born Faune Alecia Chambers
(1976-09-23) September 23, 1976 (age 37)
Florida, U.S.
Occupation Actress
Years active 1999-present
Spouse(s) Fonzworth Bentley
Children 1

Faune Alecia Chambers (born September 23, 1976) is an American actress.

Personal life[edit]

Chambers was born in Florida and began dancing when she was only three years old.[citation needed] Her family moved to Virginia when she was nine, where she participated in various types of dance and gymnastic competitions.[citation needed] There she studied with and was a member of the Atrium Dance Company directed by Christine Grogis.[citation needed] They later moved to Atlanta, Georgia, where Chambers attended North Atlanta High School and where she continued her dance education at Warners studio (owned by the mother of well-known dancer Lorey Warner).[citation needed] After graduation, Chambers initially went to Spelman College, with hopes of a career in medicine, but after a successful audition for "Prince" she eventually moved to Los Angeles to pursue an acting and dance career.[citation needed][1]

Chambers is the wife of Fonzworth Bentley, Sean Combs's former personal assistant and host of MTV's From G's to Gents.[2]

They have a daughter, Zoie Alecia Watkins born on August 30, 2013 at St. Joseph’s Medical Center in Los Angeles.

Career[edit]

Chambers is best known for her roles in the films White Chicks (2004) and Epic Movie (2007). She has also been featured in Austin Powers in Goldmember (2002), Breakin' All the Rules (2004), Bring It On Again (2004) and The Cutting Edge: Going for the Gold (2006). Her television appearances include Las Vegas, All of Us, The Game, Eve, and Psych. She is also featured on Trina and Tamara's video What'd You Come Here For?, Ne-Yo's video "Mad". And Destiny's Child Say My Name and Jennifer Lopez's video Feelin' So Good as a dancer.

Filmography[edit]

Year Film Role Notes
1999 Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me Scene Break Dancer Film Debut
2000 Beautiful Dancer
2002 Save the Last Dance Unknown Role TV Movie
Like Mike Cheerleader #4
Austin Powers in Goldmember Dancer
2004 Bring It On Again Monica Direct-to-video
Breakin' All the Rules The Betty
White Chicks Gina Copeland
2006 The Cutting Edge: Going for the Gold Elisa Proctor Direct-to-video
2007 Epic Movie Susan
2008 Psych Joy Guster
2008 Show Stoppers Destiny
The Curious Case of Benjamin Button Dorothy Baker
2010 Krews Tamara
The Last Laugh Iris Post-production

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