Grace is an Irish actor based in Maynooth and is 5′ 5″ (165cm) tall.

Screen acting wise Grace is cast in the lead role in the short film “GRADUATION DAY” (post-production) directed by Daniel Heaphy.

Her screen credits also include the lead role of ‘Nicole’ in the IADT short film “I THINK I REMEMBER NOW” directed by Conor Forkin, ‘Pam’ in season 3 of “BLOODLINE DETECTIVES” (Peninsula Television), the supporting role of ‘EVE’ in the GSA short ‘INSIDE OUT’ directed by Laura Way, ‘Emma’ in the short film “BEHIND CLOSED DOORS” by Christian Tierney, and the lead role of ‘Saoirse’ in Nick Phoenix’s music video “ASHES AND FIRE” (Stormlight Media) directed by Ryan McNeal,

Theatre wise Grace most recently performed in YELLOWING, a Naming Cows Production, as part of this year’s Scene & Heard Festival in Smock Alley. Prior to that she performed twice daily in Clasac Theatre in Dublin 3 in GSA’s “SHAKESPERIENCE” a 90 minute Shakespeare-Experience designed to help students prepare for their Junior cycle.

Her stage credits also include the supporting role of ‘Liz’ in the play “UN CROCODILE” at Smock alley Theatre as part of the Scene and Heard Festival, directed by Charlene Gleeson, The lead role of ‘Sally’ in “THE PAINTER” directed by Bryan Burroughs (GSA), ‘Ophelia’ in “HAMLET” directed by Liam Halligan (GSA), the supporting role of ‘Margaret’ in “OUR FEW & EVIL DAYS” directed by Maureen White (GSA), and the role of ‘Realtin’ in THE SPINNING HEART directed by Paul Brennan (GSA).

Having previously completed the 2-year Full-Time Professional Actor Training Programme at the Gaiety School of Acting, Grace recently graduated from the 1-year Full-Time Program at Bow Street Screen Academy.

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