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Sunny Mabrey Actress

Sunny Mabrey, co-star of the "xXx: State Of The Union" Movie!

A relative novice to Hollywood, Sunny Mabrey made her feature film debut in Sony/Revolution Studios 2002 comedy "The New Guy," and also starred in the independent film "A Midsummer Night's Rave" as well as guest starring on such acclaimed TV shows; including "CSI," "Angel" and "Lateline." She has starred in several national commercials as well as theater productions while attending the University of Alabama at Mobile, and was featured in the popular GAP "Khakis" campaign. Originally from Gadsen, Alabama, Mabrey has since relocated and currently resides is Los Angeles, California, USA.

More fun stuff about Sunny Mabrey

Engaged to actor Clayne Crawford. [2002]

Was one of the naked bodies in the background of Ricki Martin's cover of Rolling Stone in 1999.

Appeared in a GAP campaign photographed by Steven Meisel.

Appeared as the blond beauty in Lonestar's "Amazed" video.

Appeared in the Limp Bizquit "Nookie" video.

Named after her uncle Sonny. Drives a pickup truck


Sunny Mabrey: Where you’ve seen her:

In the video for Limp Bizkit’s “Nookie,” and making her big screen debut in The New Guy.

Southern pride:
“I think of myself as a Hollywood hillbilly, but I’m sick of all these questions people ask about Alabama. ‘Do you have an outhouse?’ ‘Is there a lot of inbreeding in your family?’ They think all Southerners don’t have computers and TV sets and that we’re all still living in 1862.”

Eh—the director must’ve felt encouraged:
“Being in front of the camera was like coming home. The first time I saw myself on the big screen, it was in a trailer for The New Guy, and I just started screaming.”

We’ll bring the popcorn:
“I’ve always loved the rush you get from watching a really scary movie, but I never watch them alone. It’s fun to turn out the lights and scream and clutch someone’s hand and spill the popcorn all over the place and hide under each other.”
















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