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Grace Caroline Currey, an extraordinary talent in the realm of acting and dance, was born on July 17, 1996, in New York City, U.S.  Her career, spanning over two decades since her start in 2001, is a testament to her remarkable versatility and dedication to the craft of storytelling.  Currey's role as Mary Bromfield in the DC Extended Universe films "Shazam!" (2019) and "Shazam! Fury of the Gods" (2023) showcased her ability to bring complex characters to life, earning her acclaim and a dedicated fan following.  Her performance in "Annabelle: Creation" (2017) and the intense survival thriller "Fall" (2022) further cemented her status as a highly-skilled actress capable of handling diverse and challenging roles.


From her very first appearance in a 2001 episode of "That's Life," Currey demonstrated a natural flair for acting.  Her subsequent roles in "The Mystery of Natalie Wood" (2004) and "Ghost Whisperer" (2005-2007) displayed an early maturity and depth in her performances.  Her recurring role in "Revenge" (2012-2015) further highlighted her range and skill as an actress.  Beyond her acting prowess, Currey's background as a trained dancer, with education from the Royal Ballet School in London, adds a unique dimension to her artistic portfolio, showcasing her as a multifaceted artist.

Currey's personal life is as enriching as her professional one, marked by her marriage to Branden John Currey in June 2022.  She hails from a family of artists, with her father, Damian Fulton, being an artist, and her brother, Soren Fulton, also pursuing acting.  Her aunt, Joan Shawlee, was an actress known for her role in the classic film "Some Like It Hot."


Follow Grace on Instagram: @smoregrace


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