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The far-famed actress known for her roles as Serena in “Legally Blonde”as well as Isabel Villabos in “Meet the Fockers”, Alanna Noel Ubach was born on 3 October, 1975 in Downey, California, United States. She bears American nationality. She is half Mexican and half Puerto Rican since her mother, Sidna Ubach  is of Mexican American descent whereas her father, Rodolfo Ubach  is of Puerto Rican descent. Therefore her race or ethnicity happens to be Hispanic. Her elder sister, Athena Ubach is a therapist who as well has a small role in Clockwatchers (in 1997) with her alongside Toni Colette and Parker Posey. She is also Sean Kanan’s former sister-in-law. Even though her biography accessible all over wiki, NNBD, IMBD and other popular websites, none of them has mentioned the estimation of net worth of the American actress lately.

She had started her acting career in an early age. When she was just 4 years old, she inclined into acting by playing in “Los Alvarez”, an independent film next to Henry Darrow. She made her debut in TV acting playing a role on Romper Room at the age of seven. She then appeared in a TV series called The Torkelsons at the age of 17. Afterwards in the year 1993, she suited into a co-star, Josie as the assistant in a children’s TV program, “Beakman’s World”. She went forward on making her guest appearances in the films such as Sister Act 2: Back in the Habit (in 1993), Airborne (in 1993), Renaissance (in 1994), and The Brady Bunch Movie (in 1995). In 1996, she appeared as David Arquette’s girlfriend, the title character of the film “Johns”, and as a gay Latina in the film Freeway the same year. The most high spotted of her acting career is her character as Elle Wood’s best friend named Serena in the film “Legally Blonde”, which is also followed by its sequel, “Legally Blonde 2: Red, White and Blonde” in 2003. She has also acted in the film, Waiting (2004) with Anna Faris and Ryan Reynolds, in addition to a character of a 40 year old Latina caterer in the sequel of the film, Meet the Parents, “Meet the Fockers” (2004) in which the film producers made her put on fat cushions plus color her hair gray so that she could be fit for the character. Most recently she has been continuing her appearances in the television in some popular shows such as “Hung” (2009), It’s always Sunny in Philadelphia” (2011) and “Californication” (2013). Moreover she has contributed her voice for various characters in many animated movies as well as TV shows like Liz Allan in “The Spectacular Spiderman”, main character in “El Tigre: The Adventures of Manny Rivera”, Lola Bola in “Brandy & Mr. Whiskers”, Strudel in “Pound Puppies” including four characters in the animated film “Rango” which was an Oscar winning film. She has also written as well as performed a one-woman show too.

Alanna Noel Ubach seems be an autonomous person in her real life. Till present, neither she has married or divorced to anyone nor she has got any boyfriend who she has been in a commited relationship with. It looks like her family and fans have to wait long to see her with her husband starting her own family and raising her children since she has not revealed her future personal plans yet. She has her body measurement as 36-23-35. She just takes all the audiences’ hearts when she appears in her smoky hot bikini pictures onscreen. She has a half-heart tattoo on her back. She has done some shots for movies and topless pictures exposing her sexy body with an average height of 5 feet 2 inches.

In spite of fact that Alanna Ubach has spent most of her life in Hollywood, she has been quite unfortunate in the nominations for Oscar or other bigger awards; however she has been lucky enough to be one of the nominees for Young Artist Award in the year 1993 for her role in “Beakman’s World”, popular TV show among the children.

Alanna has made a few quotes how much she adores her work and gives her best in everything. She holds numerous followers in twitter and her fan pages. She has become an inspirational character for several artists imprinting an non-replaceable image in Hollywood.