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Since she had no children of her own, Union used her mother and sister to portray the divorced single mother of three in the film.
Union initially turned down the role, as she did not want to get typecast for playing a mother until she was told of other actresses that had played similar roles and still found success in their careers.
Union, 39, talks with us about football, Skip Bayless and going one-on-one with Wade. Do women need to be as sharp at talking sports in order to find happiness ever after? Just like I find men who talk sports who don’t really know sports annoying, I think men might find women who don’t really have a true passion and knowledge of sports maybe not so attractive. ’ And then you guys get in a full-on relationship and you’re like, ‘I hate March Madness! I can’t stand the Sports Center song.’But does being sports savvy help? But it didn’t help when I was dating the barber, who was more into art.
Union made an appearance in the 2007 Christmas film The Perfect Holiday, which opened on December 12.
I’m talking Picasso.’ I’ve been a Cornhusker fan since birth, my dad is a huge sports fan -- he wanted boys and got three girls -- so sports has always been on in my house. In my family if you couldn’t talk Cornhusker football -- that means knowing the black shirt defense, knowing the I-back formation -- then you don’t get to have an opinion. So I feel like if I just stay at the free-throw line I have a solid chance. I don’t want to put the horse before the carriage, but we’re in April and … I’m very excited for when they unleash Eddy Curry on someone. I think we’ve been holding him back, and he’s like the bucking bronco ready to charge out of the gate. Well, at the very least I’m gonna try to get an ‘S’ on D in a game of HORSE.
I’ve always had an interest in sports across the board. When I first toured the Nebraska campus and I saw Turner Gill walk, I freaked out. I’m really excited to see how it all jells and how it all comes together, and I think the Heat will be a force to be reckoned with.
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.