Born on April 16, 1982, in Dallas, Texas, Gina Carano hailed from an athletic family background. 

Achieved fame as a top female mixed martial artist, notably competing in Strikeforce and EliteXC. 

Played a pivotal role in popularizing women's MMA, known for her striking skills and charisma. 

Transitioned to acting with her debut in the 2006 film "Ring Girls," showcasing her MMA talents. 

Gained critical acclaim for her role in Steven Soderbergh's "Haywire" (2011) as a former Marine. 

Joined the cast of "Fast & Furious 6" (2013) as DSS agent Riley Hicks, expanding her acting career. 

Portrayed Angel Dust in the blockbuster film "Deadpool" (2016), displaying her versatility. 

Faced controversy and subsequent dismissal from "The Mandalorian" in February 2021 due to social media posts. 

Ventures into entrepreneurship with fitness programs and apparel line promotion. 

Despite challenges, remains a notable figure in entertainment and combat sports, admired for her contribution.