Gracie Mack
Actor, Dancer
“If you have a dream, fight for it. There’s a discipline for passion.”
– Lady Gaga

Born and raised in Sylvan Lake, Alberta, Gracie Mack is a proud Métis Triple Threat performer,
now based out of Toronto.

Since the age of 3, Gracie has never stopped dancing and entertaining. As a young dancer, Gracie was recognized at competitions for her grace and technique and later went on to train professionally as a ballet dancer. She attended The School of Alberta Ballet, Royal Winnipeg Ballet School and The Joffrey Ballet School all in the efforts to hopefully one day join a ballet company. At the age of 14, Gracie was told she did not fit the body mold of an elite ballet dancer, so she decided to pursue dance and performance in a different way that really valued who she was.

Gracie moved from Alberta to Toronto to train at Randolph College for the Performing Arts and found an outlet for not only her movement, but also her voice. The summer of 2021, Gracie graduated top of her class, as well as earning The Triple Threat Award. Having the opportunity to act in a few short films, Gracie has become passionate about the stories she is able to tell through film and has since gone on to create her own dance films.

Gracie is now exploring the reach and versatility she has as an artist, whether that means on stage or on the screen, dancing, singing, acting or teaching, all while discovering what it means to be an indigenous performer in the industry. Gracie believes she has a perspective and a story that will one day bring the world a lot of light.