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Gracie Dzienny Bio, Age, Family, Children, Boyfriend, Interview

Gracie Dzienny is an American actress born August 26, 1995, Toledo, Ohio. She is known for her roles as Amanda McKay on Nickelodeon’s Supah Ninjas, as Greer

Gracie Dzienny Biography

Gracie Dzienny is an American actress born August 26, 1995, Toledo, Ohio. She is known for her roles as Amanda McKay on Nickelodeon’s Supah Ninjas, as Greer Danville on ABC Family’s Chasing Life, and as Clementine Lewis on CBS’ Zoo.

Gracie Dzienny Age

Gracie is 23 years old born 26 August 1995 in Toledo, Ohio.

Gracie Dzienny Family

Gracie is the daughter of Mike and Tara Dzienny. She is the youngest of three children.

Gracie Dzienny Children

Gracie has no children.

Gracie Dzienny Boyfriend

Currently, Dzienny is dating Jonathan Denmark Between 2011 and 2013, he dated Ryan Potter.

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Gracie Dzienny Movies And TV Shows

2018 Bumblebee
2016–2017 Zoo C
2015 State of Affairs
2014–2015 Chasing Life
2014 Side Effects
2013 See Dad Run
2012 Up All Night
2012 Fred: The Show
2011–2013 Supah Ninjas

Gracie Dzienny Supah Ninjas

Supah Ninjas, created by Leo Chu and Eric Garcia, is an American action-comedy superhero series. The series premiered on January 17, 2011, in the United States as a special preview on Nickelodeon and started to air regularly on April 16, 2011. It has been running for two seasons. Filmed in Los Angeles for the first season and filmed for the second season at 31st Street Studios in Pittsburgh. It was announced on March 15, 2012, that the series would be renewed for a second season. After a new episode by Marvin Marvin called “Space-Cation,” the second season premiered on February 9, 2013. She played as Amanda McKay

Gracie Dzienny Chasing Life

Chasing Life is an American TV series that was broadcast from June 10, 2014, to September 28, 2015, on ABC Family. The series is adapted from the Mexican television series Terminales in the Spanish language of Televisa. A further seven episodes were added to the series order on November 27, 2013, initially ordered for 13 episodes, bringing the season to 20 episodes. ABC Family ordered another episode to air as a Christmas special on July 15, 2014, bringing the order of the episode to 21. She played as Greer Danville.

Gracie Dzienny Bumblebee

Bumblebee is an American science fiction action film focused on the same name character of the Transformers in 2018. It is the sixth live-action film series of Transformers. It was developed as a spin-off and prequel and later declared a franchise reboot. Managed by Travis Knight and written by Christina Hodson, She played as Tina.

Gracie Dzienny Zoo

Zoo is an American television series based on the same – name 2012 novel by James Patterson and Michael Ledwidge, the former also acting as the series ‘ executive producer, starring James Wolk, Kristen Connolly, Nonso Anozie, Nora Arnezeder and Billy Burke as a group of diverse professionals investigating the mysterious pandemic of violent animal attacks on humans throughout the world. She played as Clementine.

Gracie Dzienny Transformers

Bumblebee has buzzed into the first look trailer for Transformers spin-off movie. The film stars Hailee Steinfeld, John Cena, Jorge Lendeborg Jr., Jason Drucker, Kenneth Choi, Gracie Dzienny, Rachel Crow and Pamela Adlon are directed by Travis Knight (Kubo and the Two Strings) from a screenplay by Christina Hodson.

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A Transformers Love Story Could Be in the Franchise’s Future

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With the Transformers franchise gearing up for a Bumblebee sequel featuring Optimus Prime and the titular yellow ‘bot, franchise producer Lorenzo di Bonaventura has revealed it could go one step further and focus not just on action and explosions, but on robot love stories.

“One of the things I want to see, and I don’t know if we’ll do this particular thing, but I think we will eventually do a love story between Transformers,” di Bonaventura told Collider. “What does a love story mean? Definitely not sex, maybe not even kissing, but the idea that they would have that emotional crush has never really been brought in.”

In past Michael Bay movies, the robots did express attraction towards humans, but it was more in the direction of cheeky jokes and moments of lust towards the likes of Megan Fox’s Mikaela. Now, though, with a Bay-themed sequel also in the works to Bumblebee and Transformers: The Last Knight, it’s apparent the series wants to go deeper into what romance could bring for these Robots in Disguise and carve out more of the emotional impact that fans and critics alike loved in Bumblebee’s solo outing.

“That’s kind of the direction we’re going to try to head into, which is to give them human desires that, up until now, we haven’t seen much of,” di Bonaventura added. “I think that will change the relationship with the Transformers. So we may do some wild action, we’ll do an action for sure in the main line, but it’s a different kind of attempt. I know we will hold on to a lot of the lessons from Bumblebee.”