|Date of Birth||9 June 1964, Toronto, Ontario, Canada|
|Height||5' 7½" (1.71 m)|
Mini Bio (1)
Gloria Elizabeth Reuben is a Canadian actress, singer and social activist who, over the past twenty years, has amassed impressive credentials in television, film, theater, and music.
Reuben was born in Toronto, Ontario, to Pearl (Mills), a singer, and Cyril George Reuben, an architect. Her parents were both born in Jamaica. Her father, who was caucasian, was of Jewish heritage. Her mother was of Afro-Jamaican descent.
Gloria's portrayal of Condoleezza Rice in David Hare's play "Stuff Happens" (at New York City's Public Theater) garnered her a Lucille Lortel Best Actress Award.
Gloria's music career includes a stint as a backup singer for Tina Turner in 2000, which led to the recording of her solo album, Just For You, in 2004.
Gloria is also a committed social activist. As of January 2011, Gloria is a special advisor on climate change for the Alliance for Climate Protection, former Vice President Al Gore's environmental organization. She is on the Board for the National Wildlife Federation, and is on the Leadership Council for the Natural Resources Defense Council and Waterkeeper Alliance. She is also on the Leadership Council for the RFK Center for Justice and Human Rights, and she serves on the Board for SIECUS: the Sexuality, Information and Education Council of the United States.
- IMDb Mini Biography By: Gloria Reuben
|Wayne Isaak||(1999 - 2003) (divorced)|