Actor/ Singer/ Model


About Me



Grace Fae is a dramatic and comedic actress with experience in film and television, and on stage. Also a singer/songwriter, dancer, and director, Grace has written and produced two plays, and released an original album in 2012. Grace grew up in suburban Connecticut as an athlete and leader in student government, and graduated from Yale University cum laude with a Theater/ English degree. After college, Grace acted in musicals and plays on West Coast stages, winning Best Actress in a Drama at the Sacramento Area Regional Theater Awards in 2013 for her performance in Tennessee Williams' Kingdom of Earth as an irrepressible Southern showgirl with a dark past. 



Now based in Los Angeles, Grace sings vintage jazz with The Satin Dollz and Got That Swing!  She has a  recurring television role as a fairy godmother on Roku’s Charlie, and is currently shooting  Jack and Jill, a comedy web series in which she plays a couch- surfing party princess.  Follow Grace on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter for recent photos and videos!





Noir  (Principal)  Nott Entertainment/ Lee Anthony Smith

Figaro  (Supporting)  Kiss & Kill Films/ Bret Easton Ellis 

Ford v. Ferrari  (Day Player)  Chernin Entertainment/ James Mangold

The Short Goodbye  (Principal)  Madras Entertainment/ Nate Hewitt

Pamplemousse  (Principal)  USC Cinematic Arts/ Lydia Lane

Down the Rabbit Hole  (Principal)  Los Angeles Film School/ Mikkel Summers

The Innocent  (Principal)  Foothill Films/ Matt Powers


Charlie  (Recurring)  Camille Solari Productions/ Camille Solari

General Hospital   (Under Five)  ABC Studios/ Larry Carpenter

Red Nose Promo  (Supporting)  NBC Entertainment/ Paul Telegdy, prod.

Murderous Affairs: Dead Pool  (Principal)  Bellum Entertainment/ Matt Silna

America’s Court with Judge Ross  (Principal)  Entertainment Studios/ X. Dean Lim 

The High Country pilot  (Principal)  Two Goats Productions/ Heather Donahue


A Midsummer Night’s Dream  (Helena)  Irreverent Shakespeare Project/ Ari Stidham

As You Like It  (Rosalind)  Synthetic Unlimited/ Jeffrey Mason

Antony and Cleopatra  (Cleopatra)  Synthetic Unlimited/ Trish Adair

Betrayal  (Emma)  Synthetic Unlimited/ Jeffrey Mason

Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?   (Honey)  Paul Emery Presents/ Jimmy McCammon

Crimes of the Heart  (Babe)  Legacy Productions/ Sue Legate

A Streetcar Named Desire  (Stella)  Paul Emery Presents/ John Deaderick

The King and I   (Anna)   CATS/ Leslie Ann Rivers

Into the Woods  (Witch)  Sierra Stages/ Robert Rossman

The Andrews Brothers  (Peggy)  Off Broadstreet Theater/ John Driscoll

Becoming Julia Morgan   (Vesta/Marion)  California Stage Company/ Ray Tatar


ACTING: Yale University, New Haven, CT, B.A., Theater/English, cum laude


SITCOM ACTING: Scott Sedita, Tony Rago

IMPROV: Taught improv comedy two years high school level 

VOICE: Hartford Conservatory, CT, Belt to D, Lyric Soprano (A3- Bb5)

ACCENTS: English, Irish, Southern, Midwestern LANGUAGES: Italian, French

DANCE: tap, jazz, ballet, modern, bellydance, ballroom, burlesque, choreography

SPECIAL SKILLS: guitar, violin, yoga, running, swimming, songwriting

AWARDS: Best Actress in a Drama, two-time Best Supporting Actress Nominee,

Sacramento Area Regional Theater Alliance


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