Biography

April Grace is a SAG Award nominated American actress.

In the early 1990s, Grace landed a recurring role as the transporter chief on Star Trek: The Next Generation. Interspersing acclaimed and award-winning stage work in Los Angeles with her film and TV roles, the actress slowly rose from bit parts in major studio films to more prominent characters in independent films. In 2001, she was seen as a TV reporter determined to become a household name in ABC's summer series The Beast, set in the world of a 24-hour cable news station.

While she had numerous stage and small screen credits, Grace was still a relatively fresh face when writer-director Paul Thomas Anderson tapped her to play a determined television reporter in his 1999 drama Magnolia. She shared most of her scenes with Tom Cruise, who played a foul-mouthed sex guru, and the subject of her interview.

Grace has also appeared on the television series Lost as the character Ms. Klugh. In 2007, Grace appeared as a news reporter in the film I Am Legend.

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April Grace is a SAG Award nominated American actress.

In the early 1990s, Grace landed a recurring role as the transporter chief on Star Trek: The Next Generation. Interspersing acclaimed and award-winning stage work in Los Angeles with her film and TV roles, the actress slowly rose from bit parts in major studio films to more prominent characters in independent films. In 2001, she was seen as a TV reporter determined to become a household name in ABC's summer series The Beast, set in the world of a 24-hour cable news station.

While she had numerous stage and small screen credits, Grace was still a relatively fresh face when writer-director Paul Thomas Anderson tapped her to play a determined television reporter in his 1999 drama Magnolia. She shared most of her scenes with Tom Cruise, who played a foul-mouthed sex guru, and the subject of her interview.

Grace has also appeared on the television series Lost as the character Ms. Klugh. In 2007, Grace appeared as a news reporter in the film I Am Legend.

Description above from the Wikipedia article April Grace, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.

Personal Info

Gender Female

Known Credits 45

Birthday 1962-05-12

Place of Birth Lakeland - Florida - USA

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Acting TV ShowsMovies

2015 The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2 as Doctor Aurelius
2015 Shelter as Ruth
2014 Whiplash as Rachel Bornholdt
2011 American Horror Story(1 episode) as Nurse Naima
2010 Pretty Little Liars(2 episodes) as Agent Cooper
2010 Miami Medical(1 episode)
2009 Lie to Me(1 episode)
2008 Fringe(1 episode)
2008 Sons of Anarchy(5 episodes) as Loutreesha Haddem
2007 Midnight Son as Virginia Hall
2006 The Lost Room(6 episodes) as Lee Bridgewater
2006 The Lost Room as Lee Bridgewater
2006 Behind Enemy Lines II: Axis of Evil as Ellie Brilliard
2006 The Nine(1 episode)
2005 Ghost Whisperer(2 episodes)
2005 Grey's Anatomy(2 episodes)
2005 Constantine as Dr. Leslie Archer
2005 Medium(1 episode)
2004 Boston Legal(1 episode)
2004 Lost(3 episodes)
2004 The Assassination of Richard Nixon as Mae Simmons
2003 Cold Case(1 episode)
2003 Joan of Arcadia(15 episodes)
2003 The O.C.(1 episode)
2002 Boomtown(1 episode)
2002 Without a Trace(1 episode)
2002 John Doe(1 episode)
2002 The Shield(1 episode)
2001 A.I. Artificial Intelligence as Female Colleague
2001 The Beast(6 episodes)
2000 Finding Forrester as Ms. Joyce
2000 Boston Public(2 episodes)
2000 Waterproof
1999 Magnolia as Gwenovier
1999 Family Law(2 episodes)
1998 Playing by Heart as Valery
1997 Chicago Cab as Shalita
1996 Voice from the Grave as Jennie
1995 Murder One(1 episode)
1995 Headless Body in Topless Bar as Letitia Jackson
1994 Chicago Hope(4 episodes)
1993 The X-Files(1 episode)
1988 China Beach(1 episode)
1987 Star Trek: The Next Generation(5 episodes)
1900 Day One(1 episode)

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