Bratt spent many years on the successful television program Actor.
Born in San Francisco, California, on December 16, 1963, Bratt is the third of five children.
It's hard to believe that Miss Congeniality came out 15 years ago today - especially while checking out new photos of Sandra Bullock, who looks as flawless in 2015 as she did while filming the 2000 hit.
But it truly was a decade and a half ago when Gracie Hart first 'glided' onto the stage at the fictional Miss United States pageant, taking home First Runner Up, the Miss Congeniality sash for saving the day, and a whopping 2.7 million worldwide at the box office.
She was still smiling when she lost out on Best Comedy actress Golden Globe for her role in upcoming comedy, Miss Congeniality (2000), to Rene Zellweger's Nurse Betty (2000).
Sandra's co-stars constantly remark about how cheerful, kind, effervescent and generous she is on and off a film set.
Bratt grew up in San Francisco, where he attended Lowell High School. In 1986, he graduated with honors from the University of California, Santa Barbara. For while this brave, bubbly brunette might make poor career decisions, she's certainly proved herself the best actress in Hollywood - constantly putting on a happy public face, while effectively masking her many private sorrows.And she's still smiling today, despite the tragic death of her beloved mother last year, and the painful - and public - loss of several loves in her romantic life.According to Box Office Mojo, it earned just half as much as the first film worldwide.In 2005, she married Monster Garage host Jesse James - but their domestic bliss was short-lived.Bratt's paternal grandfather, George Cleveland Bratt (March 5, 1893 – March 29, 1984), was a Broadway actor. at the University of California, Santa Barbara in 1986, where he also joined the Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity. One of Bratt's first television series was Nasty Boys, based on a film by the same name in which he appeared, which aired in 1989 on NBC.