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She also appeared in Sister, Sister as Vanessa, in Smart Guy as Denise, and in five episodes of 7th Heaven as Keesha Hamilton.
She also appeared on an episode of Friends, “The One with the Cheap Wedding Dress”, as Kristen, a love interest to both Ross & Joey. In the same year, she performed the role of Isis in the cheerleading movie Bring It On, opposite Kirsten Dunst. It led to Union being cast in the CBS television drama City of Angels as Dr. Union was featured in The Brothers and was seen as having a "beguiling sincerity, even when she's fudging the truth." Union was cast in her first leading role in the 2003 film Deliver Us from Eva with LL Cool J.
By the year, 2013, she had starred in Being Mary Jane, and she had earned critical acclaim and also won an NAACP Image Award.
The actress has also co-starred in The Birth of a Nation, and she also made an appearance in Almost Christmas and also in the movie, Sleepless.
But it's because I grew up in a household that always talked specifically Cornhusker football and Big 8 sports, at the time." She later successfully sued Payless for negligence, alleging that the store failed to warn employees about the assailant, who had been positively identified robbing another Payless location prior to her rape. Other earlier roles included teen movies such as 10 Things I Hate About You, She's All That, and Love & Basketball.
Union has a bachelor’s degree in sociology from UCLA. In 1997, Union appeared in the sixth-season episode of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine—"Sons and Daughters" as the Klingon N'Garen.
She appeared in the 2005 film Neo Ned, costarring Jeremy Renner and portraying an African-American woman with delusions that she is Adolf Hitler.
They were noted by Mark Olsen of the Los Angeles Times as having "a strange, offbeat chemistry that drives the film." Union starred in the short-lived ABC series Night Stalker.
She also had starring roles in the CBS medical drama series City of Angels (2000) and films Bad Boys II (2003), Cradle 2 the Grave (2003), the critically acclaimed Neo Ned (2005), Cadillac Records (2008), Top Five (2014) and Breaking In (2018).