Maggie Grace

Biography

Margaret Grace Denig (born September 21, 1983), best known as Maggie Grace, is an American actress. Originally from Worthington, Ohio, she dropped out of high school to move to Los Angeles with her mother after her parents' divorce. While struggling financially, she landed her first role as the title character in the web-based video series Rachel's Room in 2001. She went on to earn a Young Artist Award nomination in 2002 with her portrayal of 15-year-old murder victim Martha Moxley in the television movie Murder in Greenwich.

In 2004, Grace was cast as Shannon Rutherford in the television series Lost, on which she was a main cast member for the first two seasons, winning a Screen Actors Guild Award shared with the ensemble cast. Leaving the series, Grace was keen to work more prominently in film having starred opposite Tom Welling in The Fog in 2005. She appeared in Suburban Girl, The Jane Austen Book Club (both 2007), and Taken (2008). She has the lead role of Alice in Malice in Wonderland, a modern take on Lewis Carroll's novel Alice's Adventures in Wonderland. Grace reprised the role of Shannon in two more episodes of Lost, including the series finale.

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Margaret Grace Denig (born September 21, 1983), best known as Maggie Grace, is an American actress. Originally from Worthington, Ohio, she dropped out of high school to move to Los Angeles with her mother after her parents' divorce. While struggling financially, she landed her first role as the title character in the web-based video series Rachel's Room in 2001. She went on to earn a Young Artist Award nomination in 2002 with her portrayal of 15-year-old murder victim Martha Moxley in the television movie Murder in Greenwich.

In 2004, Grace was cast as Shannon Rutherford in the television series Lost, on which she was a main cast member for the first two seasons, winning a Screen Actors Guild Award shared with the ensemble cast. Leaving the series, Grace was keen to work more prominently in film having starred opposite Tom Welling in The Fog in 2005. She appeared in Suburban Girl, The Jane Austen Book Club (both 2007), and Taken (2008). She has the lead role of Alice in Malice in Wonderland, a modern take on Lewis Carroll's novel Alice's Adventures in Wonderland. Grace reprised the role of Shannon in two more episodes of Lost, including the series finale.

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

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Personal Info

Gender Female

Known Credits 35

Birthday 1983-09-21

Place of Birth Columbus, Ohio, USA

Adult Actor False

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Acting TV ShowsMovies

2016 478
2016 Showing Roots
2016 The Choice as Stephanie Parker
2015 Unity as Herself - Narrator (voice)
2015 Taken 3 as Kim Mills
2014 We'll Never Have Paris as Kelsey
2014 About Alex as Siri
2014 Decoding Annie Parker as Sarah
2013 When Calls the Heart as Aunt Elizabeth
2013 The Following(1 episode) as Sarah Fuller
2012 The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2 as Irina Denali
2012 Taken 2 as Kim
2012 Lockout as Emilie Warnock
2011 The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 1 as Irina Denali
2010 Faster as Lily
2010 The Experiment as Kelly
2010 Knight and Day as April Havens
2010 Flying Lessons
2009 Malice in Wonderland as Alice
2008 Taken as Kim
2007 The Jane Austen Book Club as Allegra
2007 Californication(12 episodes) as Faith
2007 Suburban Girl as Chloe
2005 The Fog as Elizabeth Williams
2004 Lost(2 episodes)
2004 Lost(66 episodes) as Shannon Rutherford
2003 Cold Case(1 episode)
2003 The Lyon's Den(1 episode)
2003 Like Family(1 episode)
2003 Oliver Beene(6 episodes)
2003 Miracles(1 episode)
2003 Jimmy Kimmel Live!(1 episode)
2003 Twelve Mile Road as Dulcie Landis
2002 Murder in Greenwich as Martha Moxley
2002 CSI: Miami(1 episode)
1999 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit(1 episode)

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