Maggie Grace life and biography

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Maggie Grace biography

Date of birth : 1983-09-21
Date of death : -
Birthplace : Columbus, Ohio, U.S.
Nationality : American
Category : Arts and Entertainment
Last modified : 2011-09-20
Credited as : actress, Lost, Shop Club

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Maggie Grace is a American actress, who lives in Los Angeles.

Margaret Grace Denig launched her acting career in 2002, starring in Murder in Greenwich and Shop Club. In 2003, Grace played the Goth-influenced, estranged daughter of Tom Selleck and Wendy Crewson in the drama 12 Mile Road. Grace's big break though came when she landed the role of the self-centered Shannon Rutherford in the critically-acclaimed TV series Lost.

With bright blond hair, glowing skin and bikini-perfect proportions, Maggie Grace is just the girl many men would like to get lost on a desert island with, so it came as no surprise that she was cast into stardom as the spoiled, pouty castaway Shannon Rutherford on ABC's hit drama "Lost" (2004- ) after just two years of acting professionally.

Born in Columbus, Ohio, Grace started acting in her late teens, beginning in 2002. The Midwesterner quickly developed an enviable resume, appearing in two USA TV movies, as the real-life murder victim Martha Moxley at the center of a mystery involving a member of the Kennedy clan in "Murder in Greenwich" (USA 2002), and opposite Tom Selleck in "12 Mile Road USA" (2003). She played Hope Wilde in pilot of Fox's "Septuplets" (2002) and made independent films "Shop Club" (2002) and "Creature Unknown" (2003).

Grace has also made appearances on a variety of hit shows. In 2003 alone, she had recurring appearances on Fox's "Oliver Beene" and guest spots on ABC's "Miracles," CBS' "CSI Miami," on Rob Lowe's short-lived vehicle, "The Lyon's Den." In 2004 Grace also appeared on episodes of the network dramas "Law and Order: Special Victim's Unit," "Like Family" and "Cold Case" before joining the ensemble of the breakout hit drama "Lost" teaming with Ian Sommerhalder as one of a pair of step-siblings who shared a troubling personal history even before becoming stranded on the mysterious island. On the feature film side, she also made a foray into horror with a leading role in the murky 2005 remake of the John Carpenter classic "The Fog." As her stock in Hollywood rose, audiences were surprised when her character was abruptly killed off shortly into "Lost's" second season.

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