American actress Grace Van Patten, born on November 21, 1996, in NYC, is recognized for her notable performances in film and television. 

Grace Van Patten, daughter of director Timothy Van Patten and former model Wendy Rossmeyer Van Patten, hails from Tribeca, NYC, with two younger sisters. 

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Grace Van Patten

Grace Van Patten, a student at Fiorello H. LaGuardia High School, was a self-proclaimed "tomboy," engaging in sports like volleyball and basketball.

With a family background in Harley-Davidson dealerships, Grace Van Patten, niece of Dick and Joyce Van Patten, had a mini chopper motorcycle as a child. 

Grace Van Patten's acting journey started at 8 on "The Sopranos," directed by her father. She later appeared in "Boardwalk Empire" (2014), also helmed by him.

Grace Van Patten postponed USC admission to focus on acting. Auditioning in NYC, she also took community college classes in psychology and philosophy. 

Ansel Elgort introduced Grace Van Patten to her manager, Emily Gerson Saines. She rose to fame for her role in Netflix's "Tramps" (2016) as Ellie. 

Grace Van Patten featured in Noah Baumbach's "The Meyerowitz Stories" (2017) and starred in Hulu's "Nine Perfect Strangers" (2021) and "Tell Me Lies" (2022). 

In 2017, Grace Van Patten debuted in Off-Broadway's "The Whirligig" and was recognized as one of Variety's "10 Actors to Watch" that year. 

Grace Van Patten starred in films like "Central Park," "Under the Silver Lake," and "Good Posture." TV credits: "Maniac" and "Law & Order: SVU." 

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