SAN MARINO, CA, July 04, 2022 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Grace Arabella Lee has been included in Marquis Who's Who. As in all Marquis Who's Who biographical volumes, individuals profiled are selected on the basis of current reference value. Factors such as position, noteworthy accomplishments, visibility, and prominence in a field are all taken into account during the selection process.
An experienced actor and writer, Ms. Lee began her professional path as a substitute teacher, having served as a K-12 teacher with several school districts between 1998 and 2005, and also teaching adult school at night. Additionally she has taught Chinese School, Kumon, worked with Kelly Education, and tutored privately and extensively. Thousands of kids in countless cities in and around Los Angeles have been under her wing and instruction in the school systems, giving her experience and a level of professionalism and understanding like no other teacher out in the field. Having assisted in administration as well, she has had her foot in every aspect of education. As a teacher of nobility and a distinguished role model in front of thousands of kids, she feels very well-versed in any topic of education and child development you can bring up. She jokes that she could write the definitive book on the subject of teaching children of all ages, levels, subjects, backgrounds, districts, and cities in America's public school system.
After 2005 and upon returning from Europe, Ms. Lee began to work at American Radio Network for two stations. For KLAS she was a semi classical variety musical host featuring and showcasing the harmonies and melodies of Broadway, contemporary and traditional operatic singers, Hollywood musicals of today and yesteryear, romantic and sentimental easy listening artists old and new, inspirational music, long lost or forgotten gems and hits, different music of the decades, classic jazz and musical prose, and a variety of other distinctive genres. Additionally, she co-anchored a popular talk show at KCLA in a conservative viewpoint opposite a fun male liberal perspective and voice. Ratings every week were very solid and respectable and well-received on both shows, and she was commended by the network for being able to command a large diversified audience across varied demographics with creative, original, and inspired shows every week. Grace's biography and pictures are still up at the American Radio Network website.
Since 2012, Ms. Lee has professionally worked as a thespian in pursuit of the Arts in Hollywood. As an official and recognized member of Screen Actors Guild, she has accrued extensive acting experience and opportune networking connections through the years and through her active involvement in the industry.
Throughout the course of her career, Ms. Lee has worked with most of the casting directors in Hollywood, been to every studio in and around Los Angeles, and appeared on numerous TV and cable channels, as well as on the Silver Screen.
She has garnered roles as an extra in more than 150 films and major sitcoms on television such as being cast as the newbie in the two episode season finale of "The Office" on NBC. She has also been on CBS, KTLA, ABC, and FOX in network broadcast television, playing a doctor on House, a nurse on Castle, a squadroom agent on NCIS, and a wide range of diversified character roles across the board. Furthermore, she's made multiple and extensive appearances in primetime television on sitcoms and dramas such as The Goldbergs, Parenthood, Community, Mistresses, The Big Bang Theory, Glee, Superstore, The Mentalist, Two Broke Girls, and Body of Proof. She loves working on soap operas like General Hospital and The Young and the Restless because shooting times are quick and brief, while still getting the job done efficiently and up to standard.
On cable television, Ms. Lee has definitely been across the board, appearing on a comprehensive assortment of channels and shows. She has been on the Discovery ID channel portraying the mother of a teenage killer. She has worked for the Disney Channel in several capacities, portraying a teacher, a parent, a nurse, and a scientist at different times for multiple diverse projects. Not to mention, she has appeared a number of times on Nickelodeon children's programs like Camp Fred, as well as various Hallmark Channel romantic two hour made for TV movies, including On Paper and Reading Writing & Romance. And as life imitates art, she has played a teacher on the TV Land sitcom Teachers. And in addition, Ms. Lee has made a numerous array of cameos on assorted programming schedules like The Secret Life of the American Teenager (Freeform), Workaholics (Comedy Central), Westworld (HBO), Switched at Birth (Freeform), Rizzoli & Isles (TNT), Newsroom (HBO), and The L Word (Showtime), and Veep (HBO), just to name a few.
Ms. Lee has made appearances in commercials for Capital One, T-Mobile, Cars Land at Disney California Adventure, Time Warner, DirecTV, World of Warcraft Burning Crusade, as well as an American Idol promo.
She has made appearances on the Silver Screen in various films including Jobs, Solar Flight, The Bling Ring, Knight of Cups, The Campaign, The Call, Bad Words, Gangster Squad, Don't Worry Darling, Big Salad, Hustle, the Weird Al Yankovic Story, Michael Bay's Ambulance, and most recently, To Leslie.
Additionally, she has also served as a red carpet host and reporter for multitudinous events around Los Angeles, and models on occasion as well.
As an essayist, Ms. Lee writes, "Acting is an expression of life, and we are constantly learning and growing in that respect as we move through life and discover new experiences. It is about philosophy and everyday thinking, psychology, and living. Acting and learning about the craft is prevalent in every part and facet of life. Whether in noble old fashioned society or in contemporary culture. You live life and learn about the craft day by day. You live your life, and you live your work eventually. It definitely helps to be an active philosopher and intellectual. As an actor you must be experienced and versatile in any situation, competent in successfully commanding the attention of the camera and the audience, and in full command of your particular narrative. As a professional interpreter and skilled thespian, you must captivate an audience even thorough innuendo by physically and psychologically registering and communicating complex and internal emotions, be they overt manifestations or nuanced and very subtle and sometimes undetectable details of behavior and thought and feeling."
In addition to being an avid philosopher, Ms. Lee is an authoress and aspiring screenplay writer. Her book, "The Good Witch of Winchester" is being published by Dorrance Publishing and Xlibris Publishers. It is a historical fact and fiction romance with contemporary and old-fashioned elements mixed in, and a ton of romantic music and feeling like the Sound of Music. It is a classic fairy tale love story with multiple scenarios and one heroine. As Ms. Lee explains, "The story is wonderful; it is a classic fairy tale with slightly supernatural witch and warlock elements, but with all the sentimental old world charm and values, mixing fact and fiction, and a little bit of time travel and history as we know it... It revolves around one Salem Massachusetts heroine who comes into her witch powers at the age of twenty-five, and there are so many deep, long and thorough mini stories that branch out from her story, because she's kind of a do-gooder who gets involved in so many people's lives, like Christopher Plummer, Christopher Reeve, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, the House of Windsor, the House of Grimald, etc... And there happens to be a ton of sentimental music, melodies, prose, and lyrics interwoven amongst the scenes for the screenplay. And we'll be able to see different scenery and historic places and vital times like traveling to a castle in Austria and a European forest in the middle of the changing colours of Autumn. And beautiful romantic settings, like rowing a canoe on the lake on top of an Austrian mountain, and coming to beautiful Michigan and Mackinac Island for Somewhere in Time. And to busy NYC high rises and sunsets and daybreaks and busy Times Square. And we'll be able to see historic Salem Massachusetts as well as Los Angeles and Hollywood California when the movie industry was just taking off and getting very busy in the 40s and 50s... And Grace Kelly making waves and spreading rumors with her Prince of Monaco... and following and trailing Miss Audrey Hepburn and Vivien Leigh and several other prominent people as well, as she works for UNICEF and has famous affairs. And we will be dealing with a lot of Hollywood rumors as well as royal rumors and a bunch of stuff ridiculously but credibly and logically and truthfully intertwined that you wouldn't even believe.... So yes, this Salem Massachusetts witch has been incredibly busy with a super jam-packed love life being everywhere for everyone all at once."
Now registered with the Writers Guild of America, Ms. Lee believes that she could turn "The Good Witch of Winchester" into a million-dollar quality screenplay because it's quite timeless, solidly written, and a truly classic story. As a dedicated and proficient wordsmith and storyteller, she has ensured that her novel was well crafted with love and care and consideration in regards to keeping readers intrigued, curious, and entertained throughout the entire captivating narrative and all the chapters.
Ms. Lee holds a bachelor's degree in Child Development from California State University at Los Angeles and has completed coursework towards a master's degree. Someday she hopes to earn an honorary doctorate or even be considered for the Nobel Peace Prize for all her extensive and lengthy humanitarian and public relations work with notable dignitaries and prominent figureheads around the world. And in her efforts and success in bringing everyone together. Since 2012, she has served as a pro bono VIP Public Relations Ambassador with unflagging dedication and love year after year.
Moreover, Ms. Lee is a Reverend and that title helps her enormously in her pro bono work and professionalism in foreign diplomacy, human relations, counseling, and working with people professionally and personally. As a minister with caring and professionalism, she has brought notable Democratic and Republican friends together. As well as differing factions in other walks of life, society and work. Ms. Lee rises above everyday politics and yet has the ability to speak and communicate the lingo of consummate professionalism when addressing, articulating, and dealing with foreign heads of state from around the world. In this way, she has developed a long-standing reputation of respect and credibility in dealing with foreign affairs and in bringing prominent royals and heads of state together to the table to build and develop solidarity and strengthen healthy two way bridges and relationships. Not only with herself as a professional, minister, and personal friend, but with each other as well, and together as equitable colleagues in a cohesive and sometimes unified group situation. She believes in harmonious and effective communication between high-profile, powerful and capable friends who are successful in life but must learn how to succeed socially outside of the workplace arena and outside of the public forum. As a respected minister and ambassador, and trusted personal friend and confidant, Ms. Lee encourages the habitual strengthening of these mutual, sociable and congenial ties, friendships, and relationships, which are professional as well as private sometimes. She encourages her associates, colleagues and friends to join hands and mutually agree, come together, kumbaya, and celebrate their lives and friendships in a professional capacity, as well casually and joyously after hours as personable Christians or as upper echelon friends and neighbors and colleagues who congregate and coexist mutually together.
Additionally, Ms. Lee counts many Hollywood celebrities, musicians, sports stars and athletes, entrepreneurs, writers, famous family dynasties and heirs, and influential government, political, diplomatic, presidential, royal and religious figures as colleagues and as friends. Many of them follow her, and they are never too far away from her life. As a consequence, Ms. Lee has added her own YouTube channel as a reference source and to stay current.
As she explains, "I'm famous to the famous, and it should be noted that I know just about every VIP from around the world, and they know me. I have established a respectable reputable name with so many in the know. In the future I see myself working with them publicly, and not just privately."
Since 2012 to date, Ms. Lee has expanded her friends and family base to the thousands, and has built some very lengthy and extensive relationships amongst many of them. She knows most of the world's leaders. And many of these noteworthy people have been in her life for the last decade. As a sentimental minister and teacher, she has welcomed and embraced their presence in her life and treasures each of them uniquely. She has adopted them as her extended family, regularly hearing from them for so many years to date, and assuredly knows that they will be with her for years to come, and most likely the rest of her life. She likes to say that unlike other teachers, she never lets any students out of her life and into the next classroom and school year. She's fully involved and with her people from year to year, and they never leave her life. She always maintains an open door of communication and love for her friends and anyone who needs her.
In the future, Ms. Lee hopes to have a louder and more prominent voice in the world, and go out in the public eye and society to do some much needed greater work. She wants to improve the world with her noble efforts, hard work, politics, love, assertive voice, and real aspirations to make a difference.
In accounting for her success, Ms. Lee credits her determination and dedication. And most definitely, a lot of real caring and never ending love for all the people and unique individuals who enter into her life and stay there.
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