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Mckenna Grace

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Mckenna Grace is an American teen actress who started acting at the age of 6, she has appeared in numerous TV series, TV movies and theatrical features starting in 2012 with her role as Jasmine Bernstein in the Disney XD comedy series "Crash & Bernstein" (2012-2014).

Her other TV work after Crash & Bernstein include the series "The Goodwin Games" and "Instant Mom" where she again appeared in 2014 in the same role, McKenna also started a two-year recurring role on "The Young and the Restless," she rounded out that year  (2013) with the TV Movie "Joe, Joe & Jane" in 2013.

The year 2014 was a busy one for the young actress with 7 credits added to her resume including one feature film (Suburban Gothic), four TV series (Gravity Falls, The Bridge, Clarence, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation ) and two made for TV movies, "Love Is Relative" and "Clementine."

In 2015 she guest-starred in an episode of "K.C. Undercover," had a two-episode run on "The Vampire Diaries" and an episode of "Dog with a Blog." She had recurring roles on the series "CSI: Cyber" and voice work on "Pickle and Peanut." The same year she was seen in the TV movies "Babysitter's Black Book," "Genie in a Bikini" and the short film "The Pearl Whale."

Through 2016 onward she continued to work on numerous TV series, Shorts and feature films, notable TV series with recurring or full series roles included "Once Upon a Time" (2015-17), "The Haunting of Hill House" (2018), "Young Sheldon" (2018), "Fuller House" and "Designated Survivor."

Her feature film work started off with "Goodbye World" (2013) and she followed that up with "Suburban Gothic" (2014), "Russell Madness" (2015), "Frankenstein," "Mr. Church" (2016), "Independence Day: Resurgence" (2016), "Gifted," "How to Be a Latin Lover," "Amityville: The Awakening" and "I, Tonya" all from 2017. For 2019 she has three features, "Captain Marvel," "Annabelle Comes Home", and "Troop Zero." Her upcoming films are "Ghostbusters: Afterlife" (2020) and "Scoob!" (2020) Where she is the voice of Young Daphne

McKenna is a vegetarian who loves animals and works with Farm Sanctuary and PETA, including appearing in a campaign asking people not to leave their dogs in hot cars.