Sprague Grayden

Sprague Grayden


Sprague Grayden was born on Jul 21, 1980 in USA. Sprague Grayden's big-screen debut came with Biohazardous directed by Michael J. Hein in 2001. Sprague Grayden is known for Seven Seconds directed by Ed Bianchi, Clare-Hope Ashitey stars as KJ Harper and Beau Knapp as Peter Jablonski. The upcoming new tvshow Sprague Grayden plays is The Fix - Season 1 which will be released on Mar 18, 2019.

The daughter of two school teachers, Grayden was born and raised in Manchester-by-the-Sea, Massachusetts, and began performing at age five. After graduating cum laude from Barnard College where she majored in American Studies, she worked as a performing member of the 'Drama Department' in New York City. Her additional theater credits include Hopscotch, The Vagina Monologues, Fool for Love, Hamlet, Waiting for Lefty and Ordinary Day. Her television credits include a recurring role on HBO's Six pieds sous terre (2001), a starring role on Fox Television's John Doe (2002), and a guest appearance on New York - Unité spéciale (1999). Her feature film credits include Mon père (1989) starring Jack Lemmon.

  • Birthday

    Jul 21, 1980
  • Place of Birth

    Manchester, Massachusetts, USA
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