|Born||Gabrielle Christine Horchler
July 30, 1984 
Washington, D.C., U.S.
|Spouse(s)||Justin Mentzer (m. 2009–present)|
Gabrielle Christian (born Gabrielle Christine Horchler; July 30, 1984) is an American actress and singer best known for her portrayal of Spencer Carlin in The N original series South of Nowhere, and her portrayal of Colby Robson in the web series Girltrash! and its musical prequel film Girltrash!: All Night Long. In addition, she has also guest starred on Drake & Josh, Windfall, Without a Trace, and What Should You Do? along with several minor roles in a variety of other shows.
Early life and career
Christian was born Gabrielle Christine Horchler in Washington, D.C. to parents Gabe and Joani. She grew up in Cheverly, Maryland. She began performing in plays at age 12. She has four sisters (Gen, Steph, Jules, Ili). Christian acquired her first acting job while she still attending high school at Eleanor Roosevelt High School located in Greenbelt, Maryland, on the television series Young Americans. She studied one and half years of theater at the University of Pittsburgh, before relocating to Los Angeles, California after landing roles on several television series.
Christian relocated to Los Angeles after landing roles on the TV series What Should You Do?, Without a Trace and Drake & Josh. Her most notable role was portraying Spencer Carlin on The N’s hit television series South of Nowhere which aired for three seasons between 2005 and 2008. Outside of South Of Nowhere, Christian appeared in CSI: Miami as Amy Hobbs in the Season six episode "Permanent Vacation." In 2006 she appeared as Miranda Keyton in the "Truth Be Told and Priceless" episodes of Windfall. In 2007 Christian portrayed Colby Robson in Angela Robinson's Girltrash! web-series alongside South of Nowhere co-star Mandy Musgrave. In 2008 she appeared in the "Atomic No. 33" episode of Numb3rs. The same year she appeared in the web-series 3Way as Cindy Shims, however her episode "Ladycops" was not posted as a regular episode during the duration of the series. In 2010 she appeared as Justine Grogan, the daughter of Abbey Grogan (Jennifer Grey), on the "Unplanned Parenthood" episode of House. In August 2011 she guest starred on The Protector as lab assistant Laurel Nash. Christian has two films yet to be released the first being You're Cordially Uninvited where she portrays Rose, a woman who is engaged to another woman (Lisa), but wishes not to have to face her parents and their reaction. The second film yet to be released is the musical prequel to the Girltrash! web-series titled Girltrash: All Night Long where she will once again portray Colby Robson.
Christian helps her mother with the Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) organization. This organization was created by her mother after the loss of her son in 1991. She uses the surname Christian in memory of her brother. Her mother has written a book, often known as the SIDS "Bible". The book features a poem Christian wrote when she was eight.
Christian became the spokesperson for the organization FAIR Fund, which works to engage youth in the areas of human trafficking, domestic violence, and sexual assault prevention. She hosts cocktail events to showcase jewelry made by girls participating in the JewelGirls program. Christian's father is from Hungary. She speaks fluent Hungarian, conversational French, and basic Russian.
Christian maintains close friendships with fellow South of Nowhere cast members Maeve Quinlan and Mandy Musgrave. Christian married longtime boyfriend Justin Mentzer on July 11, 2009 at Saint Timothy's Chapel in Mentzer's home town of Drummond, Montana with the reception held at the Mentzer's family ranch.
|2006||Joe Lies||High School Girl||Short|
|2007||South of Pico||Astrid|
|2009||John Dunn's Last Run||Stephanie||Short|
|2011||You're Cordially Uninvited||Rose||Short|
|2013||2nd Opinion, AA 2nd Opinion||Lilian||Short|
|2013||Breaking Chains||Jane||Short; also producer|
|2014||Girltrash: All Night Long||Colby Robson|
|2014||Jen Foster: She||Bride||Video short|
|2015||Party Is Over, TheThe Party Is Over||Danielle|
|2015||Words Left Unsaid||Mandy||Short|
|20??||Maria De Luna||Agent Rogers||Pre-production|
|2000||Young Americans||Grace Banks||"Cinderbella", "Winning Isn't Everything", "Gone"|
|2003||What Should You Do?||Tai||TV series|
|2004||Without a Trace||Monica||"In the Dark"|
|2005–07||Drake & Josh||Lucy||"Girl Power", "The Storm"|
|2005–08||South of Nowhere||Spencer Carlin||Main role|
|2006||Windfall||Miranda Keyton||"Truth Be Told", "Priceless"|
|2007||CSI: Miami||Amy Hobbs||"Permanent Vacation"|
|2008||Numb3rs||Audrey Doran||"Atomic No. 33"|
|2008–09||3Way||Cindy Shimms||"Ladycop", "LadyCops: Brotherly Love"|
|2011||Protector, TheThe Protector||Laurel Nash||"Rats"|
|2011||Nick Swardson's Pretend Time||Drunk Girl||"The Mis-Education of Garry Gaga"|
|2011||Middle, TheThe Middle||Cashier||"Thanksgiving III"|
|2012||Jersey Shore Shark Attack||Penelope||TV film|
|2012–14||Unwritten Rules, TheThe Unwritten Rules||Lauren||TV series|
|2013||Brandt Point||Ashley Hoffman||TV film|
|2013||Run DMZ||Candy||TV series|
|2013||Royalty Club, TheThe Royalty Club||TV series|
|2015||Instant Mom||Lynda Momsly||"Bag Lady"|
|2006||"How to Save a Life"||Girl Going to Prom||Music video for The Fray|
|2012||"Remember Everything"||Wife/Girlfriend||Music video for Five Finger Death Punch|
- "Facts". www.gabriellechristian.com. Archived from the original on 11 July 2011. Retrieved 22 April 2011.
- "SOUTH OF NOWHERE STAR GABRIELLE CHRISTIAN TIES THE KNOT!". www.hollywoodteenzine.com. Retrieved 22 April 2011.
- "Filmography". www.gabriellechristian.com. Archived from the original on 11 July 2011. Retrieved 22 April 2011.
- "GABRIELLE CHRISTIAN TO GUEST STAR ON HOUSE!". hollywoodteenzine.com. Retrieved 22 April 2011.
- Bendix, Trish. "Morning Brew - Monday, June 6: Gabrielle Christian releases "Kissing Mandy," Ellen Page's "Freeheld" can't find funding". www.afterellen.com. Retrieved 7 June 2011.
- "ABOUT FAIR FUND". www.fairfund.org. Retrieved 22 April 2011.[permanent dead link]
- "JewelGirls". www.fairfund.org. Retrieved 22 April 2011.[permanent dead link]
- Nai, Dara (2008-11-30). "Interview with Gabrielle Christian". AfterEllen. Archived from the original on 2009-02-09. Retrieved 2009-11-18.