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Gabrielle Spencer Stanhope Bourne is known for Wonder Woman 1984 (2020), Bleed for This (2016) and Soldier of Fortune, Inc. (1997). She is a cultural and linguistic triple threat. She started dancing at the age of three, performing on stage including at London's Adelphi Theatre. She was selected for the prestigious All City High School Chorus with performances at Lincoln Center, Carnegie Hall, Madison Square Garden and the United Nations. Gabrielle speaks four (4) languages.
Whilst Gabrielle prefers behind the scenes work as producer, director and stage manager, her acting credits included the staged productions of 'dentity Crisis (Christopher Durang), Uncommon Women and Others (Wendy Wasserstein) and The Matchmaker (Thornton Wilder). Additionally, Gabrielle has worked on over fifty film projects.
Gabrielle is active in the film festival and film market circuit; technology forums and conferences and; gaming and entertainment venues. Additionally, she worked on special events, as productions liaison and Translator at AFI, Sundance, BFI and Cannes.
Gabrielle is an animal and human rights advocate. She supports the feminism movement, gender equality, social justice, Consumer Rights Act and The Consumer Review Fairness Act (CRFA). She is a proponent of freedom of speech.
Gabrielle graduated on the Commandant's List from John F. Kennedy Special Warfare Center and School at Fort Bragg, North Carolina. She is the recipient of the U.S. Army Achievement Medal, the United Nations International Year of the Volunteers medallion and; the American Heart Association / American Stroke Association Service Merit Award for Board Excellence.
Gabrielle is trained in military self-defence, Krav Maga and Ryukyu kempo tomari-te.
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