Gretchen is 1.75 meters tall.
After high school, Gretchen attended the Juilliard School for Drama in New York.
Gretchen was replaced during the middle of the first season of NBC'S "Leap of Faith" (2002), she was the original Faith Wardwell. The reason was that NBC executives got a bigger star, Sarah Paulson.
Gretchen married a Welsh actor, Mason Phillips.
Gretchen's brother, Tristan Egolf, wrote "Lord of the Barnyard."
Gretchen Egolf (Gretchen comments on the episode Emily, from the series, Journeyman): The next episode that's being shown on Monday night is the beginning of a two-parter. It's quite exciting, I remember reading it and thinking uh oh, something's bubbling. In the second episode, everything comes to a head. It's pretty gruesome. I don't want to tell you too much, but let's just say that I'm in an intense and high-pressured situation, with my life in danger. There was some pretty heavy-duty acting with a wonderful actor named Raphael Sbarge. It reached a level of intensity in terms of the writing that none of us had seen before this particular script