Bree Turner is an American actress who was born in Palo Alto, California, USA, as Bree Nicole Turner.
When Turner moved to Los Angeles to study dance at UCLA, she was discovered by a dance agent and landed roles as a dancer in countless high profile films such as My Best Friend's Wedding (1997), She's All That (1999), and The Big Lebowski (1998). She danced her way into high profile nationally televised award shows and commercials, as well as major music videos with everyone from Brian Setzer to Sugar Ray. She appeared in spots for Hyundai, Gap, Dr. Pepper and the 2003 Budweiser spot "Top 10 of All-Time", which aired during the Super Bowl.
Turner made her mark in Hollywood as Rob Schneider's love interest, "Allison the Fish Girl", in the ever popular movie Deuce Bigalow: Male Gigolo (1999), and as the snobby bouffant haired Tri-Pi "Tiffany" in Sorority Boys (2002). She opened the mega-hit The Wedding Planner (2001) as a nervous bride, and captivated audiences as head cheerleader "Tina Hammersmith" in the hit film Bring It on Again (2004). In addition, she starred in the critically acclaimed comedy Good Girls Don't... (2004) as "Marjorie". She has also made her mark within the independent film world including the Sundance award-winning The Quest for Length (2002), a critically acclaimed mockumentary.