Grace Driscoll

Actor, On A Clear Day You Can See Forever

Grace is a proud biracial woman who celebrates both her African American and Australian heritage. Hailing from the Gold Coast, Queensland, Grace obtained a Diploma of Musical Theatre from NIDA in 2018.

She has since enjoyed a variety of roles, such as:

In 2020, Grace was set to play June in Anyone Can Whistle (Little Triangle, Seymour Centre) and later, make her professional debut in the national tour of The Secret Garden (GFO/Opera Australia).

Instead, she appeared in Squabbalogic’s Mystery Musical #5, Nine. She was also part of Squabbalogic’s Australian Made concert at Seymour Centre in 2021, before going on to tour with West Side Story for Opera Australia in the role of Rosalie.

In 2020, Grace was accepted into the Top 30 semi-finalists of the inaugural Artist of Colour (AOC) Initiative – a cause dear to her heart. She is passionate about supporting and cultivating a vibrant, inclusive and diverse Australian arts industry for all.

In her spare time, Grace plays her favourite role of all, and becomes a Captain Starlight where she brightens the lives of seriously sick children and their families through her work with the Starlight Children’s Foundation.

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