Born and raised in Toledo, Ohio, American actress, Gracie Dzienny is known for portraying Amanda McKay on Nickelodeon’s Supah Ninjas. The famous actress has also played Greer Danville in ABC Family’s series Chasing Life and Clementine Lewis on CBS’ Zoo. Her most recent work was in the 2018 film Bumblebee.
Born Gracie Isabella Dzienny in 1995, in West Hills, California, she grew up in Toledo, Ohio, the United States of America. She holds an American nationality and belongs to a white ethnic group.
The beautiful actress is the daughter of Mike Dzienny (father) and Tara Dzienny (mother). She has two siblings Cassie Dzienny and Gracie is the youngest one.
At the age of five, Gracie began modeling after winning a contest sponsored by L’Oreal, and primarily modeled during summers. After taking up modeling she started studying tap, jazz, ballet, and hip-hop dancing.
The beautiful actress is possibly single as of at the moment. Well, Gracie keeps her personal details away from the media and has not shared any information regarding her dating history or boyfriend.
While talking about her past relationship status, Dzienny was in a relationship with her Supah Ninjas co-star Ryan Potters in 2011. The couple dated for two years and later they split up in 2013. Currently, she is probably enjoying her single life.
Talking about her net worth, Gracie’s net worth is reported to be around $500, 000. Sources claimed that she earns around $10,000 to $12,000 per episode. She earns a huge sum of money from her successful career.
Moreover, some of her movies have a good collection at the box offices. In 2018 movie, Bumblebee made $438.8 million at the box office with a budget of $135 million.
Grace Dzienny started her acting career during her freshman year in high school. She appeared the lead role of Amanda McKay on the series Supah Ninjas.
Also, she has appeared on Nickelodeon’s Worldwide Day of Play: Get Your Game On, The 36th Annual Gracie Awards, and Teen Nick Halo Awards.
In 2012, she played in two TV series, Up All Night and Fred: The Show. She appeared in ATVN Collabs and Collab Lab, in both as herself, in 2013.
In 2016, she also had a credit only appearance on the Episode: Pangaea. She was promoted to a starring role in the third season.
In addition, she appeared the role of Stacey Dover in the TV series State of Affairs for two episodes: “Ghosts” and “Cry, Havoc”.