Brooklyn Decker has a layered career; she started out as a model, securing Teen Vogue as one of her first clients while still in high school. Brooklyn quickly made a name for herself in the fashion world and went on to grace the pages of high-profile magazines, including, Vogue, Glamour and Sports Illustrated. She transitioned into acting over a decade ago, and her resume includes roles in films the 2011 and 2012 films Just Go with It and What to Expect When You’re Expecting, in addition to television series’ Ugly Betty in 2006, Royal Pains in 2009 and New Girl in 2013. Brooklyn also just wrapped up Netflix’s longest-running series, Grace and Frankie, after seven seasons as “Mallory Hanson,” daughter to Jane Fonda’s “Grace Hanson.” Brooklyn co-founded Finery, a tech startup in the fashion space, Stitchfix in 2019. She’s a proud investor and advisor to several companies, most founded and run by women, including Jane’s Club, Tiff’s Treats and Bodily. Brooklyn’s aunt, Tara Moore, with whom she is very close, was born without her corpus callosum (which connects the left and right hemispheres of the brain). Brooklyn is dedicated to improving the lives of those who are differently-abled and is a Global Ambassador for Special Olympics. Last but no least, she’s a mom to two children; two cats, Ethel and Ruby; and one bulldog, Bob Costas.