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Grace Anne Helbig (born September 27, 1985) is an American Christian comedienne, actress, writer and YouTube vlogger, best known for the web series Daily Grace and its Spiritual Successor It'sGrace.
Notable projects and roles:
- Dirty 30: 2016
- Electra Woman and Dyna Girl: 2016 Reboot.
- The Grace Helbig Show: 2015, on E!
- Camp Takota: 2014. Grace played Elise, the main character, starring alongside friends and fellow YouTubers Mamrie Hart and Hannah Hart (no relation).
- Daily Grace: Until 2013, a daily web series on YouTube and MyDamnChannel.
- Epic Rap Battles of History: As Juliet with Romeo facing off against Bonnie and Clyde (with Hannah Hart playing Bonnie).
- Grace's Faces
- Grace's Guide: The Art of Pretending to Be a Grown-Up: 2014, her self-help book about navigating adulthood.
- It'sGrace: From 2014, her new web series, with videos three days a week.
- Jellystone!: She's the voice of Cindy Bear, Yappee, Taffy Dare, and Granny Sweet.
- The Most Popular Girls in School: The voice of Jeannie Halverstead. Later Darrinned by Betsy Beutler.
- My Drunk Kitchen: A web series starring Hannah Hart, Grace is present in many episodes, usually "helping" off camera.
- No Filter: Grace, Hannah and Mamrie's stage comedy show.
- Not Too Deep with Grace Helbig: 2014. Grace's new "audio-video podcast", comprising an interview with a YouTuber released by SoundCloud and iTunes, and a "YouTube Challenge" video, released on her YouTube channel.
- You Deserve a Drink: A web series starring Mamrie Hart. Grace films or is present for most episodes.
- Big Eater: In her guest appearance in Rooster Teeth, she half-jokingly says eating all-you-can-eat buffet amounts of food all the time has been one of her life's dreams, and that she'd easily become the fattest woman alive if she got the freedom to eat that much regularly.
- True Companions: With Mamrie and Hannah, to the extent that they all help to film each other's projects a large percentage of the time.
- You're Not My Type: She has joked in her standup that she uses this line on white and Asian men who show romantic interest in her.