Since the late 80s, when she first broke into the television scene, this actress has been a familiar face in the entertainment industry. She has long gone on to star in dozens of films and television shows over the years, earning recognition and well-deserved praise for her overpowering performances. Gabrielle is notably recognized for her role in the iconic picture The Scent of a Woman, where she appeared alongside the Academy Award-winning Al Pacino. While her works have remained relevant, these days people are more concerned with Gabrielle Anwar’s whereabouts.
Her most famous role to date was when she played King Henry VIII’s tenacious sister, Princess Margaret in the acclaimed series The Tudors, a British historical drama. Gabrielle has endeared herself to innumerable fans from all around the world, who have come to appreciate the effort, seriousness, and talent that she puts into her roles. Whether it’s in the British entertainment industry or in Hollywood, Gabrielle has left a lasting legacy for which she will always be remembered and held in high regard.
Gabrielle Anwar’s Whereabouts and Recent Endeavors
The Burn Notice star is still very active in the film and television industry. She is currently working on a number of projects which are set to hit the screens soon. Gabrielle Anwar currently lives in Palm Island, Florida with her third husband, Shareef Malnik, who is the son of the renowned businessman Alvin Malnik.
She is also busy mothering her children: Willow Sheffer, Hugo Verea, and Paisley Verea, from her previous marriages to actors Craig Sheffer and John Verea.
These days, Gabrielle Anwar has been spending her time shooting the series Once Upon a Time in which she stars as Lady Rapunzel Tremaine. Gabrielle also recently starred in the Netflix romantic comedy, The Last Summer which premiered on May 3, 2019. The actress is shuffling between work, spending time with friends and family, and traveling the world to catch a break every now and then.
It was somewhere in Laleham, Surrey, England and on the 4th of February 1970 that the actress was born. She is the offspring of Shirley Hills and Tariq Anwar. Her love for acting is inherent as her family has a deep connection with the entertainment business. Her paternal grandfather, Rafiq Anwar was a film director and actor, while her mother is also an accomplished actress. Gabrielle’s father is an Academy Award-nominated and BAFTA-winning film producer and editor. The actress is of English, Austrian, and Indian descent.
She rounded up her basic education at Laleham College of Education Primary and Middle School. It was there that she began cultivating her acting talents by featuring in school plays. Upon graduating from the school, Gabrielle was offered a position at the Italia Conti Academy of Theatre Arts where she bagged a degree in dance and drama.
The brilliant actress made her debut in a miniseries called Hideaway, which she followed up with her first film appearance in Manifesto. She then went on to feature in a number of productions on British television like The Mysteries of the Dark Jungle, First Born, Press Gang, and Summer’s Lease.
During this time, Gabrielle met the American actor, Craig Sheffer whom she kindled a romantic relationship with and he encouraged her to relocate to America with him. She moved to Hollywood and subsequently starred alongside Sheffer in several films like The Grave, Long Lost Son, The Pursuit of Honor, Save It for Later, Turbulence 3: Heavy Metal, Water Under the Bridge, and Flying Virus.
Her other film appearances include roles in Things to Do in Denver When You’re Dead, Wild Hearts Can’t Be Broken, For Love or Money, If Looks Could Kill, Body Snatchers, A Warrior’s Heart, The Three Musketeers, Nevada, My Little Assassin, How to Marry a Billionaire: A Christmas Tale, and Scent of a Woman.
Gabrielle also starred in the television series The Librarian: Return to King Solomon’s Mines, John Doe, The Ripper, The Tudors, Mysterious Islands, Burn Notice, Once Upon a Time, and Law & Order: SV. In 1996, she was ranked no. 82 in FHM Magazine’s list of 100 Sexiest Women In The World, while People Magazine named her one of the most beautiful people on earth in 1993.