People may have known her for her original comic series “Grace Randolph Supurbia” and her appearance in the Good Morning Connecticut show but what actually propelled her rise to stardom is the YouTube channel Beyond the Trailer which she created as a platform to share thoughts about Hollywood films and the industry in general. Grace Randolph also happens to be a very creative comic artist cum author who has written and created several comics like X-MEN: Nation X, Justice League Unlimited, Heroes, and many others. Thus far, she has created a high-standing profile in her career and all you need to know about her is captured in this piece.
Who Is Grace Randolph? Bio, Age
The comic author and host is of white ethnicity and American nationality. She was born on the 5th of February 1978. Not much is revealed about her early life, however, it is known that upon graduation from high school, Grace proceeded to the New York University, Tisch School of Art, and that was where she became a member of the comedy group, Upright Citizens Brigade and later graduated with a degree in BFA.
The American author began her career as a writer in 2008 and for over a year, she worked as a professional writer for Tokyopop’s manga adaptations of the Warcraft and StarCraft video game franchises. Afterward, she created her initial comic book with the name “Justice League Unlimited” for DC Comics. She went further to write “Muppet Peter Pan” for Boom Studios and in 2010, she created another comic “Her-oes”, a mini-series that focused on the teenage years of some of Marvel Comics’ most famous female Avengers and in the following year, she wrote Fraggle Rock which was released by Archaia.
Grace Randolph created her own self-titled comic series with the name “Grace Randolph’s Supurbia”, which was based on the lives of superhero housewives in a suburban area and was printed for sale by Boom Studios. In addition to that, she was also the brain behind the comics “X-MEN: Nation X” by Marvel.
Aside from her writing prowess in comics, Grace Randolph is the creator of the YouTube channel Beyond the Trailer that aims at discussing movies and the film industry, the channel was launched in 2008. Additionally, she hosted the news show, The Watch, every week for a year between 2010 and 2011 for Marvel Comics.
Furthermore, she created another YouTube channel in 2011 with the name Think About The Ink, the channel delves into comics and comic industries, including television presentation of comic book features. In 2014, Grace worked for the WTNH NEWS8 as a presenter on the Good Morning Connecticut but by 2015, she wrapped up her contract with the channel.
A look into her love life shows that Grace Randolph is currently unmarried. She is also not linked to any partner at the moment and there is no information with regards to her past relationships. It is perceived that she does not have a dramatic love life as she is concentrating on building her career but with her celebrity status, it is also possible that the comic writer is deliberately keeping her love interest from the prying eyes of the media.
It is believed that the American multi-talented star must have accumulated an impressive amount of wealth in her career. According to a reliable source, her YouTube channel Beyond the Trailer has an approximate income of $1.8k – $28.6k monthly and $21.5k – $343.8k yearly.
More so, as the creator of the comic books, she received revenues from DC Comics and Tokyopop for two years. As of recent 2018, she has an estimated net worth of $1.2 million.
Grace Randolph Body Measurements
The comic book writer comes with an average-shaped physique as she stands at a height of 5 ft 7 inches. Grace Randolph also has golden hair, as well as bright black colored eyes which light up when she smiles.
Social Media Presence
The American writer cum comic genius has a strong online presence on different social media handles like Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. As a matter of fact, Grace Randolph’s YouTube channel – Beyond the Trailer, has recorded great success over the years, and in 2018, it recorded more than 700,000 subscribers and over 566 million viewers.