|Making The Movie: MTV's Hip Hop Opera: Carmen||2001 2000 - 2001||Actor||Interviewee||20017|
|Get Rich or Die Tryin'||2005||Actor||Charlene||20057|
|Rip the Runway||2009 2008 - 2009||Host||n/a||20095|
|Love Bites||2011 2011||Actor||Angie||20117|
|Virtuality||2009 2008 - 2009||Actor||Alice Thibadeau||20097|
|About Last Night||2014||Actor||Debbie||20147|
|Welcome Home Roscoe Jenkins||2008||Actor||Bianca Kittles||20087|
|The Skeleton Key||2005||Actor||Jill||20057|
|Hip Hopera: Carmen||2001 2000 - 2001||Actor||Nikki||20017|
|Hit And Run||2012||Actor||Neve Tatum||20127|
|ER||2004 2003 - 2004||Actor||Valerie Gallant||20047|
|Parenthood||2015 2009 - 2015||Actor||Jasmine||20157|
|The Hunting Party||2007||Actor||Duck's Girlfriend||20077|
|Spider-Man 2||2004||Actor||Woman at Web||20047|
|Delivered breakout role as the understanding girlfriend in "Antwone Fisher," directed by Denzel Washington|
|Cast in "Baadassss!" writer-director-star Mario Van Peebles' depiction of his father Melvin's struggles to film the seminal 1971 "Sweet Sweetback's Baadassss Son"|
|Discovered by a modeling scout while enrolled as a full-time student at Yale|
|Cast as Jasmine Trussell, a single mother on NBC's updated version of the 1989 film "Parenthood"|
|Landed a small part in the comedy "Showtime" opposite Eddie Murphy and Robert De Niro|
|Made her onscreen debut in the MTV original telefim "Carmen: A Hip Hopera" opposite Beyonce Knowles and Mekhi Phifer|
|Appeared opposite Kristen Bell and Bradley Cooper in action comedy "Hit and Run"; film written and co-directed by "Parenthood" co-star Dax Shepard|
|Co-starred in "The Hunting Party" with Richard Gere and Terrence Howard|
|Cast in Bille Woodruff's "Honey" as the best friend of an inner-city dancer and choreographer (Jessica Alba)|
|Played the childhood love interest of 50 Cent in director Jim Sheridan's urban drama "Get Rich Or Die Tryin'"|
|Played Martin Lawrence's love interest in the comedy "Welcome Home, Roscoe Jenkins"|
|Pursued a career as a fashion model in Paris; later entered into an exclusive contract with Tommy Hilfiger|
|Raised in The Bronx, NY|
|Co-starred in "Bobby," an ensemble drama centered around the night of Robert F. Kennedy's assassination; film marked Emilio Estevez's directorial debut|
|Saigon||Companion||Previously dated; no longer together|
|Lauraine||Grandmother||Raised Bryant; died c. 1993|
|Dave Pope||Husband||Became engaged in October 2007; married June 28, 2008 in beachside ceremony in Amagansett, NY|
|Riverdale Country School|
|"The thing is, being an actor is hard enough, whether you're black, white, male or female. And being a black person in America is hard whether you're an actor, a model, you work on Wall Street or whatever, because whether people wanna admit it or not, we have to work way harder than everybody else." – Bryant to Interview magazine, June 2004|
|Fieldston Enrichment Program under the umbrella of A Better Chance. An organization that reaches out to minority talent to enrich their academic opportunities. Bryant was herself an enrollee in the A Better Chance program and later earned an academic scholarship to Yale University|
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