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Elizabeth Grace

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  • Height: 5ft 4

  • Hair Colour: Brown

  • Hair Length: Long

  • Eye Colour: Brown

  • Build: Average

  • Piercings: Ears and tongue

  • Tattoos: Lower right hip

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About Elizabeth Grace

Host of The Sleepy Bookshelf podcast.

Originally from the East Midlands in the UK, Elizabeth now lives in South London. She is a full time actor, voice over artist and narrator. 

Having had a successful career in marketing, Elizabeth began her full time journey into performing in 2019 and has graduated at the top of her professional level class from Identity School of Acting. She continued to study with IDSA until the birth of her son in 2021. 

Elizabeth has now been cast in many projects including short films, web series, video games, audio dramas and audiobook narration. She is also a resident narrator for the Get Sleepy podcast and is the host of her own podcast with Slumber Studios, The Sleepy Bookshelf. This podcast is consistently top 100 podcasts in most English speaking countries including the UK and the USA.

Elizabeth is represented by Stirling Talent Management. Details for casting enquiries are below or via Spotlight.

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"Great to work with, knows exactly how to portray a scene on camera in the best way"

Vanessa Mendelyte | Director "Dinosaur"

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Casting Enquiries

For casting enquiries, please contact Stirling Talent Management

+44 (0) 1204 848333

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"Audiobooks are becoming more and more popular, and it’s because of a lovely narration like this. Thank you, Elizabeth Grace."

Lilyane S. | Austenesque Reviews "Elizabeth: Obstinate, Headstrong Girl"

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"You truly warm to her, how she is both approachable and entertaining, how she gives all of herself to her work and how in the end you know you have fallen over the moon for her style of performance"

Jorie Loves a Story | "Elizabeth: Obstinate Headstrong Girl"

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Acting Training and Credits

September 2019 - Ongoing

Accepted onto the foundation programme at IDSA in Summer 2019 and graduating at a "Professional" level in Summer 2020.
Continuing to study part time to further develop my skills.

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February 2020

"Lost in Plain Sight"
Short Film

A poignant short film revealing the truth behind hidden homelessness in cities across the UK. Directed and produced by a BAFTA affiliated team.

In production

October 2020


Short Film


Shortlisted for Direct Online Monthly Film Festival and Screen Power Film Festival.

LGBT short film raising awareness of homophobia in families.