Gabrielle Dennis, born October 19, 1981, is an American actress and comedian best known for her roles on television programs such as The Game, Blue Mountain State, and The Underground.
In addition to the aforementioned roles, Dennis starred in the Fox medical drama Rosewood alongside Morris Chestnut. Dennis’ big mainstream break came when she began starring as Tilda Johnson in the Marvel Cinematic Universe series Luke Cage.
Dennis attended The School for Creative and Performing Arts as a dance and theater major before she went on to graduate with honors from Howard University.
Her first acting roles came in the TV movie A Mom for Christmas. From 1998 to 2000, she served as a co-host on BET’s teenage talk show Teen Summit. In 2006, she appeared on Damon Wayans’ Showtime comedy show The Underground.
So far during her career, Dennis has 11 film credits to her name. Dennis currently lives in Los Angeles, California.