For K.D. Aubert 2013 has been a great year as it represents the year she has started to make the transition from being viewed as primarily a music video actress and fashion model to dramatic movie actress. She was nominated for the Best Actress in Supporting Role African Oscar for her role in the 2012 movie Turning Point. For K.D. Aubert this recognition is a huge step forward for her career because even though she has acted in movies such as Friday After Next and Soul Plane during her career her work has never received the critical acclaim that she has received in 2013.
K.D. Aubert is an African American woman who is known within the entertainment industry as a music video actress and fashion model. Her hourglass figure has made her a favorite actress for many hip hop entertainers the past several years. For the past fourteen years K.D. Aubert has built up her acting career through prominent acting roles in music videos, commercials and through small roles in television shows such as CSI New York and several small movie projects. However, her 2012 roles in “Percentage” and “Turning Point” in 2012 represent a definite change in the direction of her career and how she is being viewed by film producers. K.D. Aubert is now being viewed as an actress whose performances are not solely based on her appearance but on her acting ability.
The decision by K.D. Aubert to take on more challenging acting roles will help advance her acting career in 2014 as she continues to make the transition from an actress known more for music video and commercials to a movie actress capable of performing dramatic roles.