|Grace Randolph Quick Info|
|Height||5 ft 7 in|
|Date of Birth||February 5, 1987|
Grace Randolph is an American comic book writer, YouTuber, and social media personality who is best known for her YouTube channel titled Beyond the Trailer where she has amassed more than 950k subscribers. She hosts special episodes on the channel every Friday where she shares all information related to movies scheduled to be released over the weekend. Grace also posts trailer reviews on the channel and audience reviews for just-released movies. She is popular on other social media platforms as well with more than 100k followers on Twitter and more than 30k followers on Instagram. Besides her work on YouTube, she has also had a prolific career as a comic-book writer. She has penned the storylines of several comic books including one issue of Justice League Unlimited and X-Men: Nation X. She has also created an original comic book series titled Grace Randolph’s Supurbia.
New York City, New York, United States
Grace, after her high school graduation, had joined the Tisch School of the Arts, the performing, cinematic, and media arts school of the New York University. She had graduated from there with a BFA (Bachelor of Fine Arts) degree in film, television, and drama.
Comic Book Writer, YouTuber, Social Media Personality
5 ft 7 in or 170 cm
58 kg or 128 lbs
Race / Ethnicity
She is of American descent.
- Slender frame
- Center-parted, shoulder-length, straight hair
- Affable smile
- Radiant face
Grace Randolph Facts
- In February 2005, Grace had founded a short-form improv group called Monkeys in The Atrium (MITA). She had worked as a writer and actor for the group and had also directed and produced its shows which used to be performed 3 nights each week at Joe Franklin’s Comedy Club in Times Square, New York. The show ran for almost one and a half years, and by March 2006, the group had expanded to sketch comedy. She had worked with the group until December 2007.
- Between June 2007 and June 2009, she had been a member of the Upright Citizens Brigade, a popular improv and sketch comedy troupe. Between 2008 and 2009, she had also written manga adaptations of the Warcraft and StarCraft video game franchises for Tokyopop, an American distributor, licensor, and publisher of anime, manga, manhwa, and Western manga-style works.
- Her first comic book that was published was DC Comics‘ Justice League Unlimited #41, in 2009. She had later written Muppet Peter Pan, a reinterpretation of the classic Peter Pan as a Muppet story.
- In 2010, she had crafted Her-oes, a comic book mini-series that explored the teenage years of Marvel Comics‘ most famous female Avengers. Later that year, she had been selected as the hostess of Marvel Comics‘ weekly web news show titled The Watcher.
- Her original comic book series, Supurbia, published in 2012, was a very unconventional interpretation of the superhero genre, exploring superheroes’ personal lives within the context of a suburban lifestyle. It was originally intended as a limited, 4-issue series. However, it was an unexpected hit with the readers and was subsequently renewed for 12 more issues.
Featured Image by Grace Randolph / Instagram