Gloria appears in a new Tina Turner music video "When The Heartache Is Over".
Sister of Denis Simpson
Chosen by People (USA) magazine as one of the 50 most beautiful people in the world 
Sang the Canadian national anthem at the 1998 baseball All-Star game.
Played the wife of actor/director/producer Jimmy Bridges in a "Luvs Diapers" commercial in 1989.
Sang the Canadian national anthem at the 2003 basketball All-Star game.
Her Jamaican mother was a gospel singer.
She and singer/actor brother Denis Simpson both hosted the Canadian pre-schooler program "Polka Dot Door" at one time. They sang and danced with stuffed animals for the most part.
Crowned "Miss Black Ontario" in 1986, the title was lessened when people questioned her racial badground and claimed she didn't truly represent the "black" experience. She states that she is Jamaican-Canadian, and not African-American.
Gloria Reuben Detailed Biography -
Gloria Reuben's work on ER has earned her an Emmy Award nomination and an NAACP Image Award nomination. After a recurring role in the series' first season as a health care professional caring for Dr. Benton's ailing mother, Reuben became a series regular in the show's second season as a physician assistant working in the e.r.. Prior to ER, Reuben was familiar to many television viewers for her recurring role as a sex crimes detective on the critically acclaimed series Homicide: Life on the Street. She also co-starred opposite Jean-Claude Van Damme in the feature film Timecop and with Johnny Depp and Christopher Walken in Nick of Time. Reuben's television credits include a regular role on the series The Round Table and the television movies Johnny's Girl, Confessions: Two Faces of Evil and Percy and Thunder. She also guest-starred on such series as China Beach and The Young Riders, among others.