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  • Al is someone uniquely qualified to survive – to thrive, even – in this world because of her experiences before the apocalypse. When we meet her, we’ll find that she has found a way to pick up where she left off before the world collapsed. She has a number of impressive weapons in her arsenal, the greatest of which is her curiosity and an innate understanding of people. But we’ll learn that this curiosity is about more than just survival for Al; it’s part of a greater mission, one that will become more critical and complicated as her journey progresses ...

  • Maggie Grace will next be seen in Rob Cohen’s The Hurricane Heist opposite Toby Kebbell. She is currently in production on AMC’s hit series Fear the Walking Dead. Other recent roles include Supercon, with John Malkovich; The Scent of Rain & Lightning (which she also produced), opposite Maika Monroe; and We’ll Never Have Paris, with Melanie Lynskey and Zachary Quinto, which premiered at the SXSW Film Festival. Grace made her Broadway debut in Roundabout’s Picnic, with Mare Winningham, Ellen Burstyn and Elizabeth Marvel. She is perhaps most recognizable from Fox’s Taken franchise, the blockbuster action drama, opposite Liam Neeson. Last year, Grace established her character Irina in Summit Entertainment's highly anticipated The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 1, which was followed by Breaking DawnPart 2. Grace also portrays Faith on the most recent season of the popular series Californication, opposite David Duchovny. Earlier last year she starred in Lockout, an action-thriller, opposite Guy Pearce.

    No stranger to the world of indie film, Grace has had notable roles in The Experiment, opposite Adrien Brody; The Jane Austen Book Club, opposite Maria Bello, Kathy Baker and Emily Blunt; Flying Lessons; Decoding Annie Parker, with Helen Hunt; and festival darling About Alex, with Aubrey Plaza and Max Minghella.

    Other studio credits include Fox’s Knight and Day, for director James Mangold; CBS Films/Sony International’s Faster; and Lionsgate’s Aftermath, with Arnold Schwarzenegger and Scoot McNairy.

    Grace recently revisited television with Showtime’s Masters of Sex and is remembered for her years as Shannon Rutherford on ABC’s groundbreaking television series Lost.

    Grace currently resides in Los Angeles and New York.