The actress Grace Park was born on March 6, 1979, in Los Angeles, California. Her family moved to Vancouver in Canada when she was 22 months old. Grace considers herself to be a Canadian, while also recognizing her Korean heritage.
Before she began acting, she used to work as a model. She attended the University of British Columbia where she got her degree in Psychology. She speaks both English and Korean fluently. She's learning Spanish, and she speaks some Cantonese and French. Grace and her husband dated for 3 years before marrying. She lives in Vancouver with her husband, a Korean real estate developer.
Grace has managed to rack up an impressive list of credits, including "The Outer Limits," "Halloween 8," "Beyond Belief," "Dark Angel," "The Immortal," "Stargate SG-1" and "Romeo Must Die." She starred in the Canadian teen soap "Edgemont." She is currently playing the key role of Sharon Valerii in the "Battlestar Galactica" series on the Sci Fi Channel and the leading lady Akani Cuesta on A&E's "The Cleaner". Grace also plays U.S. Homeland Security agent Liz Carver in the Canadian (CBC) action-drama series "The Border."
She is a fan of music and loves to dance. She once danced for 20 hours straight. Grace also enjoys travel, sports and outdoor activities like hiking.