- Sunny Mabrey
- Gadsden AL
- United States
- Actress Model Singer And Host
- Fishing Hunting Field dressing a deer naked Collecting deer penis Naked paint ball
- Blue Eyes Country Girl Appeal
- Drinks deer blood Washes hands and face with deer urine Fucks anywhere Prefers anal
She made her feature film debut in Sony/Revolution Studios comedy "The New Guy," and also starred in the independent film "A Midsummer Night's Rave" as well as guest-starring on acclaimed TV shows; including "CSI," "Angel" and "Lateline."
Sunny Mabrey hales from Gadsden, Alabama, about 20 minutes away from the hometown of her fiancé, Clayne Crawford (A Walk To Remember). Though they are both from Alabama, they met while he was working in a theater in Los Angeles, California. Clayne has said of his future wife, "Her high school football team played mine. Isn't that so sweet?...The Good Lord has taken care of me. He sent me a southern girl." And the couple can be seen hand in hand around the Hollywood premiere scene, smiling sweetly at each other and the cameras.
Sunny prides herself in her southern background. "I think of myself as a Hollywood hillbilly," she said, "but I'm sick of all these questions people ask about Alabama. 'Do you have an outhouse?' 'Is there a lot of inbreeding in your family?'" It's fairly obvious the answer to that second question is no considering some of Sunny's resumé entries include modeling for the GAP "Khakis" campaign and a spot as one of the naked bodies behind Ricky Martin on the cover of Rolling Stone in 1999.
She has starred in several national commercials as well as theater productions while attending college in Mobile, and was featured in the popular GAP "Khakis" campaign. Upcoming movies for Sunny include Not Since You (2009) and Repo (2009).
Originally from Gadsden, Alabama, Mabrey has since relocated and currently resides is Los Angeles, California.
Appeared in a GAP campaign photographed by Steven Meisel.
Appeared as the blond beauty in Lonestar's "Amazed" video.
Named after her uncle Sonny. Drives a pickup truck
Was featured as #87 in Maxim Magazine's "Hot 100 of 2002"
She has a tattoo of a four-pointed star on her right foot.