At 14, Samantha signed a modelling contract with renowned agency, Ford Models Canada and continued to perform throughout her teen years.
A Christmas duet with her Dad, a Dad/ Daughter version of Baby It’s Cold Outside took o and received national radio play and opened doors to performances across the country and a special performance at a National Tree Lighting in Manhattan’s Bryant Park. She toured with John Gracie’s Christmas tour for several years.
After university, she pursued her acting career and landed a role in the international cult movie VHS2. Her appearance at Sundance Film Festival opened new doors and was featured in industry trade publications as well as the New York Daily News.
She then signed with Characters Talent Agency and Corey Mah Management and landed a recurring role in BET’s TV Series Single Ladies executive produced by Queen Latifah. In this role, she was a member of a “girl group” and had the opportunity to get back into the recording studio. Gracie has 14 years of intensive dance training and worked with many choreographers on this show.
Los Angeles based producer/writer/director, Felicia Henderson commented, “Samantha is ridiculously talented, professional, beautiful, a joy to work with. Samantha understands the nuances of grounding a character to bring her to life, a gift that not all actors have.”
She has also had a recurring role in Hallmark’s The Good Witch and has appeared on a number of TV series.
Over the past few years she has been working on her songwriting and has had the desire to further her music career. Music has always been her first love. Hometown Love is the first recording.
Gracie has a solid social media following and has writing and performance credits on the EDM song, MDMA, which has 1.3 million views on YouTube.