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Name: K.D. Aubert  
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Date of Birth: 6th December 1978
Place of Birth: Shreveport, Louisiana, USA
Profession: Actress
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K.D. Aubert

Karen Denise Aubert (better known as K.D. Aubert; born December 6th, 1978 in Shreveport, Louisiana) is a model and actress of Creole descent. She was born in Louisiana, but grew up in California and attended San Diego State University where she played on the Aztec softball team.

She was discovered working behind the make-up counter at Macy's. She has modeled for Victoria's Secret, Noxzema, Fredrick's of Hollywood, Escada and many more. She co-hosted MTV's Kidnapped and has gone on to star in several films and music videos.

K.D. is also one of the four Fantana girls in their soft drink commercials, and has been in a commercial for Bacardi and Cola.


  • Dying for Dolly (2005) - Cherise
  • 4-Bidden (2005) - Amber
  • Frankenfish (2004) - Eliza
  • Soul Plane (2004) - Giselle
  • DysEnchanted (2004) - Little Red Riding Hood
  • Hollywood Homicide (2003) - Shauntelle/Streetcar Blanche
  • Friday After Next (2002) - Donna
  • The Scorpion King (2002) - Harlot
K.D. Aubert in "Friday After Next"


  • Buffy the Vampire Slayer (2003) - Nikki Wood
  • Kidnapped (2002) - Co-Host

Music Videos

  • Lloyd Banks and Avant's "Karma"
  • Fabolous featuring Tamia's "Into you"
  • Nick Cannon's "Your Pop's Don't like Me"
  • Fabolous and P.Diddy's "Trade it All Part II"

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