Facts about Jessica Alba
Jessica Alba Biography
Jessica Alba is best known as TV’s Dark Angel (2000-02, produced by James Cameron) and as Sue Storm in the movie version of The Fantastic Four (2005, starring Michael Chiklis), and for co-founding The Honest Company.
Jessica Alba began working in front of the camera in the mid-1990s, appearing in television commercials and small roles in feature films. She had a recurring role in the Nickelodeon series The Secret World of Alex Mack, followed by her first starring role in the 1995 series Flipper.
She scored a double whammy in 1999 with appearances in the teen-friendly films Never Been Kissed and Idle Hands, and later that year James Cameron cast her as the title lead in his TV project Dark Angel. Since then she has worked mostly in feature films, usually playing a tough-but-vulnerable babe, as in Honey (2003, with Lil’ Romeo) and in the film version of Frank Miller‘s Sin City (2005, with Bruce Willis) and its sequel, Sin City: A Dame to Kill For (2014).
Alba’s other films include The Sleeping Dictionary (2003), the ocean-diving suspense film Into the Blue (2005, with Paul Walker), the Fantastic Four sequel Rise of the Silver Surfer (2007), a role as a klutzy penguin-keeper in Good Luck Chuck (2007), the action comedy Barely Lethal (2015). She played a cop with a secret past in the TV series L.A.’s Finest (2019-20).
Jessica Alba has also had success as a businesswoman. She co-founded The Honest Company in 2013, which markets safe and eco-friendly household and baby products. The company went public in 2021; the website The Wrap reported that her shares were worth $130 million at the end of the day the company started trading.
Jessica Alba married Cash Warren on May 19, 2008; the pair met when he was a director’s assistant on her 2004 movie Fantastic Four. They have two daughters — Honor Warren (born 2008) and Haven Warren (born 2011) — and a son, Hayes Warren, born in 2017.