Grace Santos is an actor, attorney, director, and producer.
She is known for "Silk" (an award winning drama starring Oscar-nominee and Emmy-winner Shohreh Aghdashloo and directed by Catherine Dent), "Spun" (a comedy which was awarded by the Producers Guild of America), "Dhoom 3" (as of 2014, the highest grossing Bollywood film in North America), "Bree DOES Comedy" (a comedy web series starring Bree Olson), "Ripe N Bloody" (a segment for the Soska Twins' Annual Blood Drive PSA directed by Patricia Chica), and "Election Night" (an award winning comedy by American Film Institute Directing Workshop for Women and ABC Disney Directing Participant Tessa Blake and starring Frasier's Peri Gilpin).
She is in development of two series: (1) "Odessa" (the short film / series pitch was written by Doug Johnson and directed by Sean Michael Turrell and had a market screening at the 2015 Cannes Film Festival) and (2) "The Reserve" by Sean Michael Turrell and Andrew Kirkwood, co-produced with Movie Package Company LLC ("Powder Blue", "And So It Goes") and Anonymous Content (HBO's "True Detective").
Grace studied Law, Theatre Arts, and Religious Studies at the University of Miami, Flinders University of South Australia, and UCLA's School of Theater, Film, and Television, and is also the recipient of awards for her community service. She began in Hollywood as a creative Development Intern at Silver Pictures at Warner Brothers and as a Teaching Assistant at the UCLA TFT's Professional Program in Producing and Program in Television Writing - the Showrunner Series. Grace was the Director of Business and Legal Affairs at Image / RLJ Entertainment Inc, an independent entertainment distribution company for 4 yrs. She is now Director of Business affairs for Alchemy (formerly Millennium).
Grace lives in Los Angeles with her daughter.