|Birth Day:||February 5, 1987|
Host and creator of the YouTube channels Beyond the Trailer, Movie Math, and Think About the Ink who has also worked as a comic book author. Grace Randolph wrote DC Comics's Justice League Unlimited, Boom! Studios' Muppet Peter Pan, Archaia's Fraggle Rock comic and her original series Grace Randolph's Supurbia.
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Grace Randolph studied film at New York University, and would join the improv group Upright Citizens Brigade.
From 2008 to 2009, Randolph wrote for Tokyopop's manga adaptations of the Warcraft and StarCraft video game franchises.
In 2008, Randolph created Beyond the Trailer, a YouTube channel which discusses film and the film industry. Movie Math, a segment which covered box office performance, has since been spun off into its own, additional channel. In 2012, Beyond the Trailer became a part of Penske Media Corporation's digital network.
In 2009, the first comic book Randolph wrote was DC Comics's Justice League Unlimited #41. She went on to write Boom! Studios' Muppet Peter Pan, which was a reinterpretation of Peter Pan as a Muppet story. In 2010, she wrote Her-oes, a comic book mini-series about the teenage years of some of Marvel Comics' most famous female Avengers. In 2011, she wrote for Archaia's Fraggle Rock comic.
From 2010 to 2011, Randolph was the hostess of Marvel Comics' weekly web news show, The Watcher.
In association with Bleeding Cool, in 2011 she created the YouTube channel Think About the Ink. The videos explore comic books and the comic book industry, as well as TV adaptations of comic book properties. The channel's last video was uploaded in March 2015 and has since been defunct.
In 2012, Randolph created and wrote the original comic book series, Grace Randolph's Supurbia, which was published by Boom! Studios. Supurbia is a Real Housewives interpretation of the superhero genre, which "explores the drama of superheroes' personal lives" within the context of a suburban lifestyle. It was initially intended to be a limited, four-issue series, but was renewed due to popular interest and spawned another twelve issues.
From 2012 to 2013, she was associated with Movieline. In 2014 and 2015, she was an entertainment correspondent for WTNH NEWS8, appearing on Good Morning Connecticut.
In 2019, Randolph appeared in a post-credits scene in the film Zombieland: Double Tap, in a cameo as an entertainment reporter alongside actor Bill Murray, who played a fictionalized version of himself.
Currently, Grace Randolph is 36 years, 3 months and 24 days old. Grace Randolph will celebrate 37th birthday on a Monday 5th of February 2024.
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