Grace Keller Scotch
Originally from Dallas, Texas, Grace started acting at the age of six when her parents put her in classes with Junior Players. By middle school, she had developed a deep love for stage performance and classical theatre. By the time college rolled around, she had two productions on the Shakespeare Dallas stage under her belt (courtesy of Junior Players' Summer Shakespeare program) and was ready for more.
Grace has worked with numerous Dallas-based professional theatre groups as a stage manager, and was a directing intern with Shakespeare Dallas in 2010 and an Acting Apprentice with Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey in 2016.
She received double Bachelor of the Arts degrees in Literary Studies and in Arts & Performance from the University of Texas at Dallas in 2013 (UTD Whoosh!!), and a Master of Fine Arts degree in Performing Arts from Savannah College of Art & Design in 2017.
While working on her master's degree in Savannah, Georgia, Grace performed and assistant directed with local theatre group Savannah Shakes. Upon graduation she moved to Atlanta, where she performed and stage managed with several local community theatres and taught private acting lessons. Grace is currently based in San Diego, California. She enjoys both classical theatre and innovative new works, and is looking forward to returning to the stage "post-Covid."
In addition to live stage performance, Grace has been an audiobook narrator and voice actor since 2017. Her favorite genres for voice work are romance, YA fantasy, and science fiction.
When she's not performing, Grace enjoys cooking, hiking, nature walks, and playing tabletop games with friends.