Gabrielle Dennis

Gabrielle Dennis

Gabrielle Dennis is an actress and comedian best known for her work in television as Janay on the hit series “The Game” (CW & BET) and as Denise Roy on Spike Tv’s “Blue Mountain State”

With a background as a trained dancer, actress, and singer that stretches all the way back to age 4 Gabrielle always knew she would have a career in the Arts. However, her original plans of pursuing a career as a ballerina in NYC altered when she had the opportunity to move to DC and appear as a regular on BET’s award winning teen talk show “Teen Summit.” Along with this move came the decision to turn down a scholarship to Ohio State in exchange for an education at Howard University, a prestigious HBCU, where she studied TV Production and Theater.

Now living in Los Angeles, Gabrielle has had the opportunity to put all her training to use and maintains a career as a working actress. Additionally, Gabrielle does stand up comedy, writes and performs sketch comedy, and is getting her feet wet as a Writer/Producer. Her first project as Writer/Producer was her short film “a Super secret” which has gotten praise on the indie festival circuit. In the feature length world, Gabrielle was a Producer on the highly anticipated action indie “Call Me King” and she recently wrapped production on “My First Love” where she was both star and Executive Producer. Both films slated for release in 2015.

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