Bright, quick, and willing to take risks; Gracie Silva constantly explores opportunities to grow as an artist. During the winter of 2017, Gracie made her NYC debut as Mary in the Off-Broadway production of “Madeline’s Christmas.” Shortly after, she originated the role of Francesca in the world-premiere of “Dance Diva’s Nutcracker,” by NY Times Bestseller Cheryl Berk and starring Elliana Walmsley of “Dance Mom’s.”
Don’t let Gracie’s sweet face fool you; she has steely resolve and an acerbic tone that slices the page in two. As a young actress, her favorite roles include the underdog, the character willing to stand for equality and strength, a vulnerable role exposing fear, danger, and intensity. Gracie trains professionally with film and tv coaches, and is versatile in many genres including comedy, drama, and high concept, etc., to name a few. She enjoys learning about WWII, traveling, learning to play tennis, and painting.