Grace Gummer is an American actress. She is the daughter of Meryl Streep! Let’ see some amazing facts and trivia about her!
1.Her middle name is Jane.
2. She was born on May 9, 1989.
3. Grace Gummer (billed as Jane Grey) appeared with Streep in the 1993 film The House of the Spirits, as the younger version of her mother’s character, Clara del Valle.
4. She gratuated from Vassar College with a degree in Art History and Italian.
5. She made her stage debut in 2008 in Lukas Bärfuss’s The Sexual Neuroses of Our Parents.
6. From 2010-11, she starred as Anna Moore on the TeenNick show Gigantic, which premiered October 8, 2010.
7. Grace Gummer appeared in the 2010 film Meskada, in which she played the role of Nat Collins, before playing Abby in Bashert (2010) with Paulo Costanzo.
8. She also had a small role as a student in Julia Roberts’ class in Larry Crowne (2011), which was directed by Tom Hanks.
9. In the spring of 2011, she performed the role of Chloe Coverly in the revival of Arcadia by Tom Stoppard at the Ethel Barrymore Theatre in New York.
10. Grace Gummer appeared as Katie Rand on the hit NBC television series Smash on March 26, 2012, in the episode entitled “The Coup”.
11. Grace Gummer had a recurring role on the 2013 television series Zero Hour and joined the cast of the HBO series The Newsroom beginning in its second season, which premiered on July 14, 2013.
12. In 2014 and 2015, Gummer starred alongside Halle Berry on both seasons of the CBS show Extant.
13. On January 29, 2016, it was announced that Gummer had joined the cast of the USA Network series Mr. Robot as a series regular in the role of FBI field agent Dominique “Dom” DiPierro.
14. She was the swimmer-captain of her swim team in high school.
15. Grace Gummer worked as a design intern at Zac Posen.
16. Meryl Streep was pregnant with her while filming Heartburn (1986).
17. She has 3 siblings: Henry Gummer (b. 1979), Mamie Gummer (b. 1983) and Louisa Gummer (b. 1991).
18. Her father is of Norwegian, English, and some French, descent. Her mother has German, Swiss-German, English, Irish, Scots-Irish (Northern Irish), and remote French, ancestry.