Grace Phipps Biography, Age, Height, Net Worth, Film, Television, Parents

Grace Phipps Biography, Age, Height, Net Worth, Film, Television, Parents

Grace Phipps Biography

Grace Victoria Phipps Padilla, nickname ( Gracie Gillam).She an American actress, singer, and dancer, and well known for starring in Disney channel movies Teen Beach Movie and Teen Beach 2.

Grace Phipps Age

She was born on 4 May 1992(She is 26 years old as of 2018)

Grace Phipps Height

She stands at a height of 1.57m

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Grace Phipps Net Worth

She has an estimated net worth of $5 million

Grace Phipps Parents

Her parents are Kate Phipps (mother) and Gil Phipps (father)

Grace Phipps Siblings

She has a brother Liam Phipps

Grace Phipps Education

she graduated from Robert E. Lee High School’s North East School of the Arts, where she majored in Musical Theater and graduated summa cum laude. She was raised in Boerne, Texas, and San Antonio, Texas. She is currently an undergraduate student at Columbia University

Grace Phipps Career

After her high school graduation, She moved to Los Angeles to pursue a career in acting. she landed the prime role as spunky Bee in the DreamWorks major movie remake of the comedy horror film Fright Night. She was later casted
as of April Young, a recurring character who plays an edgy natural beauty in The CW’s supernatural drama The Vampire Diaries. She appeared in Disney’s teen sitcom Austin & Ally episode “Directors & Divas,” a diva movie star Brandy Braxton.

She also played the lead role of a troubled teen cheerleader named Kaitlin in the emotional horror/slasher film Some Kind of Hate, which was featured in Stanley Film Festival., and appeared in three episodes of the black comedy horror TV series Scream Queens on Fox as Mandy, and was a beauty gang leader named Alice in Paul Solet’s punk rock revenge segment of horror comedy Tales of Halloween. She also appeared in the police procedural drama TV series CSI: Cyber as Vanessa Gillerman, and in the police procedural TV series Hawaii Five-0 as Erica Young, and was also featured on the cover of the June/July 2015 issue of Girls’ Life.

She released a featured song The Teen Beach Movie soundtrack

Grace Phipps Film





Fright Night



The Signal



Dark Summer

Mona Wilson


Some Kind of Hate



Tales of Halloween



The Lost Weekend

Maggie Mae

Grace Phipps Television

Year Title Role
2011 The Nine Lives of Chloe King Amy Tiffany Martin
2012–13 The Vampire Diaries April Young
2013 Teen Beach Movie Lela
2013 Supernatural Hael
2013-2015 Baby Daddy Megan
2014 Austin & Ally Brandy Braxton
2015 Hawaii Five-0 Erica Young
2015 CSI: Cyber Vanessa Gillerman
2015 Teen Beach 2 Lela
2015 Scream Queens Young Mandy Greenwell
2017-2018 Z Nation Sgt Lilly

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High school basketball: MVP awards for BTW’s Trey Phipps, Memorial’s Boone twins

MVP awards for BTW’s Trey Phipps
With 26 seconds left in the Class 6A boys state final Saturday night, Booker T. Washington students began chanting, “MVP, MVP,” while Trey Phipps prepared to shoot free throws.

“It was fun,” Phipps said. “It was amazing, an unbelievable time. I can’t even explain how fun it was.”

Before the game, it appeared that defending champion Putnam North’s Micah Thomas was on his way to being named the Tulsa World’s 6A boys state tournament most valuable player for the second consecutive year regardless of whether the Panthers or Washington came away with the gold ball.

Phipps, however, is the World’s MVP selection for the 6A tournament after scoring a career-high 42 points in an 82-70 victory at the Mabee Center.

“My dream was just throwing that ball up in the air the final seconds,” said Phipps, who also did that. ”I thought about that all week long.”

It was quite a comeback for the 6-foot-2 junior guard who was scoreless in the quarterfinals before making 6-of-6 free throws to seal a 64-58 win over Putnam West. In the semifinals, he had 13 of his 17 points in the second half of a 61-59 comeback victory over Southmoore.

Thomas, a SIU-Edwardsville signee, just missed another MVP award despite setting a 6A state tournament record with 107 points.

”Micah is amazing, he’s an unbelievable player,” Phipps said. “I told him at the end of the game, ‘you had an unbelievable career.”

Boones share honor
It’s rare for the World to give co-MVP honors for state tournaments. For the second consecutive year, Memorial twins Kalib and Keylan Boone will share the MVP award in 5A. Their performances in the state tourneys have been remarkably consistent.

Keylan had 59 points and 27 rebounds while Kaleb produced 57 points and 38 rebounds. Last year, Kalib had 55 points and 37 rebounds while Keylan had 54 points and 32 rebounds.

Resilient Warriors

High school basketball teams that return continually to the state tournament often win titles when least expected.

That was the case for Adair’s girls, who turned their 14th consecutive appearance into a gold ball Saturday by rallying for a 47-35 win over Christian Heritage Academy in the 3A final.

Early knee injuries to Sophie Bagby and Chase Cooper made it seem like the Warriors’ season was over before it started. But Autumn Hines, Grace Johnson, and Mia Bagby kept the team afloat until Sophie Bagby returned in the area tournament.

Hines scored 14 against CHA and was the Tulsa World choice as tournament MVP and Sophie Bagby “made big shots in all three games this weekend,” coach Scott Winfield said.

Just getting back to the tournament “took a lot of pressure off our kids because nobody wants to be the team that ended the streak,” Winfield said. “I think we played our best basketball the last three days.”

Rejoice beats the odds

Rejoice Christian, at No. 9, was the lowest-ranked team to win a boys state title, capped by a 52-42 win over No. 6 Hennessey in the 2A final Saturday in Oklahoma City.

Rejoice coach Zac Briscoe said, “Just pure excitement. It’s hard to believe it. It’s hard to see it actually happened.”

Kingston prevails

Jacob Germany had 21 points and 12 rebounds to lead No. 1 Kingston past second-ranked OKC Millwood 60-30 in the 3A state final late Saturday night in Oklahoma City.

— Barry Lewis and Mike Brown, Tulsa World; Shawn Hein, Owasso Reporter, contributed to the notebook.

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