Maggie Grace was most recently seen in Supercon with John Malkovich, Hurricane Heist opposite Toby Kebbell, and the Darren Aronofsky-produced Aftermath with Scoot McNairy. Grace recently starred in and produced the film festival darling Scent of Rain of Lightning opposite Maika Monroe with director Blake Robbins. Other recent projects include Lionsgate/Summit’s The Choice, with Benjamin Walker and Teresa Palmer, and the independent feature Showing Roots, opposite Uzo Aduba. Grace is best known for her starring role in the Taken franchise, which has done over a billion dollars in box office revenue. Grace was just seen as one of the leads in About Alex, which had its premiere at Tribeca, and as the lead in Simon Helberg’s We’ll Always Have Paris, which premiered at South by Southwest. She also starred in Decoding Annie Parker, opposite Aaron Paul, and in the coveted role of Irina in the final installment of the Twilight franchise, Breaking Dawn, for Summit Entertainment. Grace has been very prolific recently, with a starring role on Broadway in William Inge’s Pulitzer Prize-winning Picnic directed by the Tony-nominated director Sam Gold. She is also known for memorable TV arcs on iconic television series Californication and Lost. Grace was named one of Variety's Top 10 Actors to Watch in 2009. Her other credits include James Mangold’s Knight & Day opposite Tom Cruise and Cameron Diaz for Fox, and Robin Swicord’s Jane Austen Book Club alongside Maria Bello and Emily Blunt.