Kerri Hoskins Biography, Age, Height, Mortal Combat, Family, Husband, Children, Career, Films

Kerri Hoskins


Kerri Hoskins Biography

Kerri Hoskins is a former glamour model and video game actress. She was born on February 20, 1970 in Cambridge, Minnesota. Her real name is ‘Kerri Ann Hoskins Reavis.’ 

She is best known for portraying Sonya Blade in several incarnations of the game beginning with Mortal Kombat 3 and toured the United States and Europe portraying Sonya Blade in the Mortal Kombat: Live Tour.

Kerri Hoskins Age

Keri was born on February 20, 1970 in Cambridge, Minnesota. As per 2023, she is 53 years old.

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Hoskins height is 5 feet 6 inches (1.68m)

Kerri Hoskins Family

Kerri is a daughter to Rebecca Ersfeld and Jim Hoskins. Rebecca works in ‘Vintage Living.’    She has four (4) sisters and 1 brother: Nikki Spies Johnson, Jody Lynn Myers, Jenni Spies, Sarah Samaraka and James Hoskins.

Kerri Hoskins Husband

Kerri is married to Sean Reavis since 2007 November 11. Previously she was married to Scott Branson and lives in North Aurora, Illinois.

Kerri Hoskins Children – Kids

Kerri has four (4) children: Leah, Sam, Luke and Zachary. Two of her twin boys who suffer from severe cerebral palsy

Kerri Hoskins Career

Kerri is famous actress because of her role as Sonya Blade in different video games like ‘Mortal Kombat 3 and toured the United States and Europe portraying Sonya Blade in the Mortal Kombat: Live Tour. She also appeared in video games produced by Midway Games.

Kerri Hoskins Films

Video Game Roles

  • Mortal Kombat Gold – Sonya Blade (including voice) (1999)
  • Mortal Kombat 3 – Sonya Blade (1995)
  • Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3 – Sonya Blade (1995)
  • Mortal Kombat Trilogy – Sonya Blade (1996)
  • War Gods – Valla (1996)
  • Mortal Kombat Mythologies: Sub-Zero – Kia (1997)
  • Mortal Kombat 4 – Sonya Blade (1997)
  • Showtime: NBA on NBC – herself (1999)
  • Revolution X – Head Mistress Helga, freeable hostages (1994)
  • Jam – cheerleader (1993)

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Ronda Rousey Confirmed As Sonya Blade In ‘Mortal Kombat 11’

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All week long, Mortal Kombat 11 fans have been counting down to today’s big community event, where we got a closer look at the forthcoming brawling sequel. But one big factor that’s been teased from a few days ago just got confirmed. The game is going to get some serious muscle.

During today’s live-stream, they showed a segment featuring Rousey talking about her admiration for the character, and how she’s been a fan of Mortal Kombat “as long as I can remember,” so this is a dream come true for the superstar.

She then came out to talk about her experience on the project, and to talk about her favorite character. (Sonya Blade, of course.)

Rousey follows in the footsteps of other actresses that have portrayed the military-based heroine over the years, including Kerri Hoskins in Mortal Kombat 3 and Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3, as well as Bridgette Wilson, who played Sonya in the Mortal Kombat film from the 90’s.

But no doubt Rousey is ready to back up her actions with some sick moves. (No word yet if she’ll be performing an armbar.)Rousey did motion capture and voiceover work for the role, and based on what we’ve seen thus far, she’s fit into the role quite nicely.

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Previously, it was hinted at that Rousey would be portraying the character, and just yesterday, she posted an Instagram image showcasing her special invite for the game, complete with Kombat Koin.

In the post, she noted, “The invitation I’ve been waiting to accept my whole life. Don’t worry, Earthrealm is safe with me 😉 Can’t wait for Thursday! I’ll be there #MK11@mortalkombat”

Fans will no doubt have a lot to say about this casting decision, as Mortal Kombat 11 continues to ramp up on star power.

But this does create some interesting crossover potential between the brand and WWE, possibly to the point that the fighting game could sponsor an event. That hasn’t been confirmed just yet, but we’ll let you know if we hear anything official.

For now, however, Rousey must be psyched to be included in the game; and her portrayal of Sonya Blade will no doubt bring a number of new fans to it, if only to see how well she performs signature moves. Wait…is she going to have the Kiss of Death?