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MOVER & TEACHER * WORKING ARTIST * LIVING IN LA * ...WANNA PLAY!?
Caitlyn Grace is a Hillsdale College graduate from southern Michigan, where she earned her B.A. in Economics & Theatre Performance. While in attendance, she pole vaulted NCAA Division II on the track team, became a PADI certified open water scuba diver, and completed OCS Platoon Leaders Course with the United States Marine Corps.
From there, she began pursuing stage and film combat, receiving her utility stunt certification from the United Stuntmen's Association and performing in the world's largest live stunt show, Mirage Entertainment's "Count Down to Ruin," in Guangzhou, China.
Returning to the U.S. to pursue weapons training and fight choreography, Caitlyn became an "advanced actor combatant" with the Society of American Fight Directors and an orange belt in Presas Arnis (Filipino Stick Fighting). In 2014, she began teaching and organizing stage combat workshops as well as choreographing and fight directing for outdoor dramas and university productions.
In 2017, she opened Feld Entertainment's national tour: "Marvel Universe Live!: Age of Heroes," as the Guardians of the Galaxy's taser twirling space pirate, Nebula. Having retired her tasers and relocated to Los Angeles, Caitlyn is pursing the stage and screen as an actress, stuntwoman, choreographer, and fight director. She is currently co-teaching "Intimacy & Violence for Acting" at the Stella Adler Academy of Acting and training on the AXS channel's WOW "Women of Wrestling" roster, set to debut in Spring/Summer 2020.