Divine Grace has been wowing audiences with her character and celebrity impersonations for nearly three decades from New York to Florida.. She has been an audience favorite as Stevie Nicks at New York City’s annual “Night of a Thousand Stevies” event since 2002, and most recently reprised her rendition of Bea Arthur in the Footlight Theatre’s production of “Maude- Redux”. A high school and college graduate from the prestigious NC School of the Arts, Divine Grace has appeared in productions such as “The Lion in Winter” (Richard), “The Foreigner” (Charlie) and “Die Mommie, Die!” (Angela). Her creative talents have also been utilized as a costume technician for Norweigan Cruise Lines’ “Priscilla, Queen of the Desert”, “Disney on Ice” and the historic final tour of Ringling Bros. and Barnum, & Bailey Circus. In 2016, she won the coveted award for “best costume” at Bette Midler’s Hulaween Party as Bette Midler and judged by Michael Kors.

In her spare time, she is a  writer for Watermark Newspaper, and is internationally known for her scathing open letters and awards show commentaries, which have been featured by Michaelangelo Signorelli and Frank DeCaro of Sirius XM. She spends what little free time she has drawing, screaming about politics, and attempting dangerous new positions with her partner David in Orlando.