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Jessica Alba

Jessica Alba
Born Jessica Marie Alba
(1981-04-28) April 28, 1981
Pomona, California, U.S.
Residence Beverly Hills, California, U.S.
Occupation Actress, model, businesswoman
Years active 1994–present
Spouse(s) Cash Warren (m. 2008)
Children 2

Jessica Marie Alba (born April 28, 1981)[1] is an American actress, model and businesswoman.[2][3][4][5][6][7] She has won various awards for her acting, including the Choice Actress Teen Choice Award and Saturn Award for Best Actress on Television, and a Golden Globe nomination for her lead role in the television series Dark Angel.[8]

Alba began her television and movie appearances at age 13 in Camp Nowhere and The Secret World of Alex Mack (1994). She rose to prominence as the lead actress in the James Cameron television series Dark Angel (2000–2002) when she was 19 years old.[9][10] Alba later appeared in Honey (2003), Sin City (2005), Fantastic Four (2005), Into the Blue (2005), Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer (2007) and Good Luck Chuck (2007).[11]

Alba has been called a sex symbol,[12] and was nominated number one on's list of "99 Most Desirable Women" in 2006, and "Sexiest Woman in the World" by FHM in 2007.[13][14] She appears on the "Hot 100" section of Maxim.[15] In 2005, TV Guide ranked her number 45 on its "50 Sexiest Stars of All Time" list.[16] The use of her image on the cover of the March 2006 Playboy sparked a lawsuit by her, which was later dropped.[17]

In January 2012, Alba co-founded The Honest Company, a consumer goods company that sells non-toxic household products, and owns between 15-20 percent of the company.[18][19]


  • Early life 1
  • Career 2
    • Beginnings (1992–1999) 2.1
    • Breakout (2000–2008) 2.2
    • 2010–present 2.3
  • Public image 3
  • Personal life 4
  • Charity and politics 5
  • Filmography 6
    • Film 6.1
    • Television 6.2
  • Awards 7
  • References 8
  • External links 9

Early life

Alba was born in Pomona, California,[20] to Catherine (née Jensen) and Mark David Alba. Her mother has Danish, Welsh, German, English, and French Canadian ancestry, while her paternal grandparents, who were born in California, were both the children of Mexican immigrants.[21] She has a younger brother, Joshua. Her third cousin, once removed, is writer Gustavo Arellano.[22] Her father's Air Force career took the family to Biloxi, Mississippi, and Del Rio, Texas, before settling back in Claremont, California, when she was nine years old.[10][23] Alba has described her family as being a "very conservative family – a traditional, Catholic, Latin American family" and herself as very liberal; she says she had identified herself as a "feminist" as early as age five.[24]

Alba's early life was marked by a multitude of physical maladies. During childhood, she suffered from partially collapsed lungs twice, had pneumonia four to five times a year, as well as a ruptured appendix and a tonsillar cyst.[10] Alba became isolated from other children at school, because she was in the hospital so often due to her illnesses that no one knew her well enough to befriend her.[25] Alba has also had asthma since she was a child.[10] Alba has said that her family's frequent moving also contributed to her isolation from her peers.[24] She has acknowledged that she suffered from obsessive–compulsive disorder during her childhood.[26][27] Alba graduated from Claremont High School at age 16,[28] and she subsequently attended the Atlantic Theater Company.[29]


Beginnings (1992–1999)

Alba in 2007

Alba expressed interest in acting from the age of five. In 1992, the 11-year-old Alba persuaded her mother to take her to an acting competition in Beverly Hills, whose grand prize was free acting classes. Alba won the grand prize, and took her first acting lessons. An agent signed Alba nine months later.[10][29] Her first appearance on film was a small role in the 1994 feature Camp Nowhere as Gail. She was originally hired for two weeks but her role turned into a two-month job when one of the prominent actresses dropped out.[9]

Alba appeared in two national television commercials for Nintendo and J. C. Penney as a child. She was later featured in several independent films. She branched out into television in 1994 with a recurring role as the vain Jessica in three episodes of the Nickelodeon comedy series The Secret World of Alex Mack.[10] She then performed the role of Maya in the first two seasons of the television series Flipper.[9][10] Under the tutelage of her lifeguard mother, Alba learned to swim before she could walk, and she was a PADI-certified scuba diver, skills which were put to use on the show, which was filmed in Australia.[10][30]

In 1998, she appeared as Melissa Hauer in a first-season episode of the Steven Bochco crime-drama Brooklyn South, as Leanne in two episodes of Beverly Hills, 90210, and as Layla in an episode of The Love Boat: The Next Wave.[31] In 1999, she appeared in the Randy Quaid comedy feature P.U.N.K.S..[9] After Alba graduated from high school, she studied acting with William H. Macy and his wife, Felicity Huffman, at the Atlantic Theater Company, which was developed by Macy and Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright and film director, David Mamet.[29][32] Alba rose to greater prominence in Hollywood in 1999 after appearing as a member of a snobby high school clique in the Drew Barrymore romantic comedy Never Been Kissed, and as the female lead in the 1999 comedy-horror film Idle Hands, opposite Devon Sawa.[11]

Breakout (2000–2008)

Smiling young woman in strapless white dress, holding a microphone.
Alba at the 2008 Paris premiere for The Eye

Her big break came when writer/director James Cameron picked Alba from a pool of 1,200 candidates for the role of the genetically engineered super-soldier, Max Guevara, on the Fox sci-fi television series Dark Angel. Co-created by Cameron, the series starred Alba, and ran for two seasons until 2002, earning her critical acclaim as well as a Golden Globe nomination.[11][33] Alba later admitted to suffering from anorexia while in preparation for Dark Angel.[34]

Alba has been well received in popular culture. She received the Teen Choice Award for "Choice Actress" and Saturn Award for Best Actress for her role in Dark Angel. In 2006, Alba received an MTV Movie Award for "Sexiest Performance" for Sin City.[15][35] Her acting has also drawn criticism, however, as she was nominated for the Razzie Award for Worst Actress in 2005 for her performances in Fantastic Four and Into the Blue.[36] She was nominated for the same award for 2007's Awake, Good Luck Chuck, and Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer.[37]

Alba's film roles have included an aspiring dancer-choreographer in Honey, exotic dancer Nancy Callahan in Sin City, and as the Marvel Comics character Sue Storm, the Invisible Woman, in Fantastic Four and its sequel. She also starred in Into the Blue (2005) and Good Luck Chuck (2007).[38][39] Alba hosted the 2006 MTV Movie Awards and performed sketches spoofing the movies King Kong, Mission: Impossible 3, and The Da Vinci Code.[40] In February 2008, she hosted the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences' Science and Technical Awards.[41] Alba has been represented by talent agents Patrick Whitesell[42] and Brad Cafarelli.[17]

In 2008, Alba made her acting transition to the horror-film genre in The Eye, a remake of the Hong Kong original.[23] The film was released on February 1, 2008. Though the film was not well received by critics,[43] Alba's performance itself received mixed reviews. Alba won a Teen Choice for Choice Movie Actress: Horror/Thriller and a Razzie Award for Worst Actress-nomination.[44][45] Also in 2008, Alba starred alongside Mike Myers and Justin Timberlake in "box office bomb" The Love Guru. Alba was nominated for a Razzie Award for Worst Actress.[46]

In late 2008, Alba signed on to star as the lead role in An Invisible Sign of My Own.[47] The movie finished filming in November 2008.[48] It premiered at the Hamptons International Film Festival and was released to theaters in May 2011.[49][50]


Alba in 2010.

In 2010, Alba starred in five films. She played Joyce Lakeland, a prostitute in The Killer Inside Me, film adaption of the book of the same name which co-starred Kate Hudson and Casey Affleck. The film premiered at the Sundance Film Festival.[51][52][53] Her second film of the year was the hit romantic comedy Valentine's Day, directed by Garry Marshall.[54][55] She portrayed Ashton Kutcher's girlfriend, Morley Clarkson, in the ensemble film that included Julia Roberts, Anne Hathaway, Jessica Biel, Bradley Cooper, and Jennifer Garner, among others.[56] It was released on February 12, 2010.[57] Later in the year, she appeared in action film Machete, in An Invisible Sign of My Own and in Little Fockers, reuniting with Robert De Niro who was also in Machete. In August 2010, it was announced that Alba would appear in Spy Kids 4.[58] The film was released a year later.

In January 2012, Alba and business partner Chris Gavigan launched The Honest Company, a collection of toxin-free household goods, diapers, and body care products.[18] The company is currently valued at $1 billion.[59] In March 2012, Alba announced that she will be releasing a book, The Honest Life, based on her experiences creating a natural, non-toxic life for her family. The book, slated for release in early 2013, will be published by Rodale.[60]

Her 2013 projects include comedy A.C.O.D.[61] and animated film Escape from Planet Earth.[62] Alba reprised her roles, Santana in Machete's sequel Machete Kills,[63] and Nancy Callahan in Sin City: A Dame to Kill For, the sequel to 2005's Sin City.[64] Filming for the Sin City sequel started in October 2012 and the film was released in August 2014.[64]

Public image

In 2001, Alba was ranked No. 1 on Maxim magazine's Hot 100 list. She said that "I have to go to certain lengths to use sexuality to my advantage, while guiding people to thinking the way I want them to."[65] In 2005, Alba was named one of People magazine's 50 Most Beautiful People, and also appeared in the magazine's 100 Most Beautiful list in 2007. In 2002, Alba was voted as the fifth Sexiest Female Star for 2002 in a poll, No.4 in the Top 10 Sci-Fi Babes, No.6 in FHM's Sexiest Girls for their poll, and ranked at No.12 in Stuff magazine's "102 Sexiest Women in the World" 2002 edition. In 2005, Alba was ranked at No.5 on the Maxim magazine's Hot 100 list.

On the cover of the March 2006 issue, Playboy magazine named Alba among its 25 Sexiest Celebrities, and the Sex Star of the Year. Alba was involved in litigation against Playboy for its use of her image (from a promotional shot for Into the Blue) without her consent, which she contends gave the appearance that she was featured in the issue in a "nude pictorial". However, she later dropped the lawsuit after receiving a personal apology from Playboy owner Hugh Hefner, who agreed to make donations to two charities that Alba has supported.[17]

When reports surfaced that a 21-year-old Chinese girl was seeking plastic surgery to resemble Alba in order to win back an ex-boyfriend, the star spoke out against the perceived need to change one's appearance for love.[66]

Smiling young woman with wavy hair pulled up in a loose bun, wearing a gold low-cut dress and accompanied by a man. She is signing autographs.
Alba in 2007 at the London premiere of Fantastic Four

"I think there are ambitious girls who will do anything to be famous, and they think men in this business are used to women doing that. Contrary to how people may feel, I've never used my sexuality. That's not part of it for me. When I'm in a meeting, I want to tell you why I'm an asset, how I'm a commodity, how I can put asses in the seats, not, 'There's a chance you're going to be able to fuck me.' That's never been my deal."

Alba on not using her sex appeal in order to get her goals in her acting career, 2008[67]

In 2006, Alba ranked No.3 on E! Television's 101 Sexiest Celebrity Bodies. In 2006 readers of voted Alba No. 1 on 99 Most Desirable Women,[14] while in 2007, Maxim Magazine placed Alba on the number 2 spot of their "Top 100".[15] Both GQ and In Style had Alba on their June 2008 covers,[68][69] and in May, after eight million votes, FHM (UK and USA editions) named Alba the winner as "2007's Sexiest Woman in the World".[70] Alba has been regarded as one of the world's most attractive women, being named to Maxim's Hot 100 in 2008.[71] In 2007, Alba was ranked in at No.1 in FHM's Sexiest Girls of 2007 poll, in the magazine's Latvian edition. Alba was ranked No.4 on Empire Magazine's 100 Sexiest Movie Stars in 2007. In 2006 and 2007, Alba was voted No.1 as the most sexy woman in the world by the Norwegian FHM. Alba appeared in the 2009 Campari calendar. Campari printed 9,999 copies of the calendar featuring photos of Alba posing sexually in swimsuits, and high heels.[72] In 2008, Alba was ranked No.34 on Maxim magazine's Hot 100 list, was ranked No.2 on Wizard magazine's "Sexiest Women of TV" list, and was named in GQ Magazine one of the 25 Sexiest Women in film of all time. Alba is the only woman who has made the Maxim Magazine Hot 100 list in all the years it was published; from 2000 to 2014.[73] She appeared on Maxim's 2014 Hot 100 list, finishing 8.[74] She was named one of the "100 Hottest Women of All-Time" by Men's Health.[75] People named her one of 2012 Most Beautiful at Every Age.[76]

Alba fears being typecast as a sex kitten based on the bulk of parts offered to her, commenting, "Somehow, I don't think this is happening to Natalie Portman."[77] In the interview, Alba said she wants to be taken seriously as an actress but believes she needs to do movies that she would otherwise not be interested in to build her career, stating that eventually she hopes to be more selective in her film projects.[77] Alba also maintains a strict no-nudity clause in her contract. She was given the option to appear nude in Sin City by the film's directors, Frank Miller and Robert Rodriguez, but declined the offer, saying, "I don't do nudity. I just don't. Maybe that makes me a bad actress. Maybe I won't get hired in some things. But I have too much anxiety".[78] She remarked of a GQ shoot in which she was scantily clad, "They didn't want me to wear the granny panties, but I said, 'If I'm gonna be topless I need to wear granny panties."[79]

Personal life

Alba was raised as a Catholic[80] throughout her teenage years,[81] but left the church after four years because she felt she was being judged for her appearance, explaining:

"Older men would hit on me, and my youth pastor said it was because I was wearing provocative clothing, when I wasn't. It just made me feel like if I was in any way desirable to the opposite sex that it was my fault, and it made me ashamed of my body and being a woman".[82]

Alba also had objections to the church's condemnations of premarital sex and homosexuality, and what she saw as a lack of strong female role models in the Bible, explaining "I thought it was a nice guide, but it certainly wasn't how I was going to live my life."[78] Her "religious devotion [began] to wane" at the age of 15 when she guest-starred as a teenager with gonorrhea in the throat in a 1996 episode of the television series Chicago Hope. Her friends at church reacted negatively to her role, making her lose faith in the church.[83] However, she has stated that she still holds her belief in God despite leaving the church.[84]

While filming Dark Angel in January 2000, Alba began a three-year relationship with her co-star Sean Connery, Robert Redford, and Michael Caine. She said, "I have this thing for older men. They've been around and know so much."[86]

Alba met Cash Warren, son of actor Michael Warren, while filming Fantastic Four in 2004.[87][88] Alba married Warren in Los Angeles in May 2008.[89][90] They have two daughters: Honor Marie Warren (born 2008)[91][92] and Haven Garner Warren (born 2011).[93] The first pictures of Honor Marie appeared in the July 2008 issue of OK! magazine, which reportedly paid $1.5 million.[94]

In 2013, Alba revealed that she has ADHD and takes regular medication for it.[95]

In 2014, Alba appeared in Henry Louis Gates' genealogy series Finding Your Roots, where her lineage was traced back to the ancient Mayan civilization.[96] The show's research indicated that the surname Alba did not come from a Spaniard, since her father's direct paternal line (Y-DNA) was Haplogroup Q-M3, Native American in origin. Her father's matrilineal line (Mtdna) showed Sephardi Jewish roots, and DNA testing revealed that lawyer Alan Dershowitz is a genetic relative of hers. Jessica's global admixture was 72.7% European, 22.5% East Asian/Native American, 2% Sub-Saharan African, 0.3% Middle Eastern/North African, 0.1% South Asian, and 2.4% "No Match".[97]

Charity and politics

In 2005, Alba offered her acting talents for free, to raise money for AIDS charity amfAR at the Cannes Film Festival. The industry had held a benefit for the US research foundation. Alba had caused "the greatest stir" by promising to star as an unpaid actress in one of The Lord of the Rings producer Bob Weinstein's movies, if Weinstein agreed to bid $100,000 for tennis lessons with sports stars Monica Seles and Boris Becker.

Alba's charity work includes participation with Clothes Off Our Back, Habitat for Humanity, National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, Project HOME, RADD, Revlon Run/Walk for Women, SOS Children Villages, Soles4Souls, and Step up.[98] Alba endorsed and supported Democratic presidential hopeful Barack Obama during the 2008 primary season.[99] Alba is an ambassador for the 1Goal movement to provide education to children in Africa.[100] She is also a strong supporter of gay rights and on June 27, 2013, she expressed her delight with the Supreme Court's decision to strike down DOMA on her Twitter account. She tweeted "#equality #love".[101]

Alba posed for a bondage-themed print advertising campaign by Declare Yourself, a campaign encouraging voter registration among youth for the 2008 United States presidential election. The ads photographed by Mark Liddell,[102][103] which feature Alba wrapped in and gagged with black tape, drew national media attention.[103] Alba said of doing the advertisements that "it didn't freak me out at all." Alba also said, "I think it is important for young people to be aware of the need we have in this country to get them more active politically," and "People respond to things that are shocking."[103]

In June 2009, while filming The Killer Inside Me in Oklahoma City, Alba was involved in a controversy with residents when she pasted posters of sharks around town.[104] Alba said that she was trying to bring attention to the diminishing population of great white sharks. Media outlets speculated that Alba would be pursued and charged with vandalism.[105] On June 16, 2009, Oklahoma City police said that they would not pursue criminal charges against Alba, because none of the property owners wanted to pursue it.[106][107] Alba apologized in a statement to People magazine and said that she regretted her actions.[106] She later donated an undisclosed amount of money (over $500)[108] to the United Way, whose billboard she had obscured with one of the shark posters.[109][110][111][112]

In 2011, Alba participated in a two-day lobbying effort in Washington D.C. in support of the Safe Chemicals Act, a revision of the Toxic Substances Control Act of 1976.[113][114]



Year Title Role Director(s) Notes
1994 Camp Nowhere Gail Jonathan Prince Film debut
1995 Venus Rising Young Eve Leora Barish
& Edgar Michael Bravo
1999 P.U.N.K.S. Samantha Swoboda Sean McNamara
1999 Never Been Kissed Kirsten Liosis Raja Gosnell
1999 Idle Hands Molly Rodman Flender
2000 Paranoid Chloe John Duigan
2003 The Sleeping Dictionary Selima Guy Jenkin
2003 Honey Honey Daniels Bille Woodruff
2005 Sin City Nancy Callahan Robert Rodriguez
& Frank Miller
2005 Fantastic Four Sue Storm / Invisible Woman Tim Story
2005 Into the Blue Sam John Stockwell
2007 Knocked Up Herself Judd Apatow Uncredited Cameo
2007 Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer Sue Storm / Invisible Woman Tim Story
2007 The Ten Liz Anne Blazer David Wain
2007 Good Luck Chuck Cam Wexler Mark Helfrich
2007 Awake Sam Lockwood Joby Harold
2008 The Eye Sydney Wells David Moreau
& Xavier Palud
2008 Meet Bill Lucy Bernie Goldmann
& Melisa Wallack
2008 The Love Guru Jane Bullard Marco Schnabel
2010 Valentine's Day Morley Clarkson Garry Marshall
2010 The Killer Inside Me Joyce Lakeland Michael Winterbottom
2010 Machete Special Agent Sartana Rivera Robert Rodriguez
& Ethan Maniquis
2010 An Invisible Sign Mona Gray Marilyn Agrelo
2010 Little Fockers Andi Garcia[115][116] Paul Weitz
2011 Spy Kids 4: All the Time in the World Marissa Wilson Robert Rodriguez
2012 A.C.O.D. Michelle Stu Zicherman
2013 Escape from Planet Earth Lena (voice) Cal Brunker Voice debut
2013 Machete Kills Sartana Robert Rodriguez Uncredited
2014 Sin City: A Dame to Kill For Nancy Callahan Robert Rodriguez
& Frank Miller
2014 Dear Eleanor Daisy Kevin Connolly
2014 Some Kind of Beautiful Kate Tom Vaughan Released in 2015
2014 Stretch Charlie Joe Carnahan
2015 Barely Lethal Victoria Knox Kyle Newman
2015 Entourage Herself Doug Ellin Cameo
2016 Mechanic: Resurrection Gina Dennis Gansel Post-production


Year Title Role Notes
1994 The Secret World of Alex Mack Jessica 3 episodes
1995–1997 Flipper Maya Graham Regular
1996 ABC Afterschool Special Christy Episode: "Too Soon for Jeff"
1996 Chicago Hope Florie Hernandez Episode: "Sexual Perversity in Chicago Hope"
1998 Brooklyn South Melissa Hauer Episode: "Exposing Johnson"
1998 Beverly Hills, 90210 Leanne 2 episodes
1998 The Love Boat: The Next Wave Layla Episode: "Remember?"
2000–2002 Dark Angel Max Guevara / X5-452 Lead Role (42 episodes)
2003 MADtv Jessica Simpson Episode: "Episode #9.5"
2004 Entourage Herself Episode: "The Review"
2005 Trippin' Herself 2 episodes
2009 The Office Sophie Episode: "Stress Relief"
2013 Comedy Bang! Bang! Herself Episode: "Jessica Alba Wears a Jacket with Patent Leather Pumps"
2014 The Spoils of Babylon Dixie Mellonworth 4 episodes
2015 RuPaul's Drag Race Herself (Judge) Episode: "Spoof! (There It Is)"


Year Awards Category Nominated work Result
2001 ALMA Award[117] Breakthrough Actress of the Year None Won
2001 Golden Globe Awards Best Performance by an Actress in a TV-Series – Drama Dark Angel Nominated
2002 Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards Favorite Female Action Hero Dark Angel Nominated
2005 Young Hollywood Awards Superstar of Tomorrow None Won
2006 Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards Favorite Movie Actress Fantastic Four Nominated
2007 TV Land Awards Little Screen / Big Screen Star (Women) None Nominated
2007 Spike TV Guys' Choice Awards Hottest Jessica None Won
2008 People's Choice Awards Favorite Female Action Star None Nominated
2008 People's Choice Awards Favorite Leading Lady None Nominated
2008 Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards Favorite Female Movie Star Fantastic 4: Rise of the Silver Surfer Won
2012 Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards Favorite Buttkicker Spy Kids: All the Time in the World in 4D Nominated


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