Up-and-coming “I Miss You, I’m Sorry” singer Gracie Abrams has a famous set of parents. Who are the esteemed Hollywood faces?
Who Is Gracie Abrams?
Gracie Abrams is one of the nepo babies — aka the uber-privileged offspring of renowned celebrity talent. She is one who is making a name for herself in the music industry. Gracie is a certain Star Wars director’s daughter who has continued to make waves in the pop realm.
Known for her breathy, throaty vocals, “I Miss You, I’m Sorry” singer Gracie Abrams is set to release her highly anticipated debut album, “Good Riddance,” on Feb. 24, 2023. The 23-year-old singer-songwriter told Rolling Stone that the captivating record — which she’ll perform on the road this spring — “allowed [her] to grow up in ways [she needs] to” and “forced [her] to reflect and be accountable.”
Additionally, Gracie (who happens to be a huge Swiftie) is scheduled to open for 30 dates on Grammy winner Taylor Swift’s Eras tour.
Who Are Gracie Abrams Parents?
Gracie Abrams’s parents are director J.J. Abrams and producer Katie McGrath.
Though they may not be music industry vets, Gracie Abrams clearly has connections, as her parents are Hollywood bigwigs.
With celebrated blockbuster films like 2009’s Star Trek, 2011’s Super 8, and 2015’s Star Wars: The Force Awakens under his belt, J.J. Abrams — who happens to be the son of two film producers himself — is an in-demand director.
The Emmy-winning Lost co-creator and his wife, producer Katie McGrath, are the CEOs of Bad Robot Productions, which is responsible for shows like Westworld, Lost, and Fringe as well as the Star Trek, Star Wars, Mission: Impossible, and Cloverfield franchise films.
Once a founding partner at political media firm First Tuesday Media, Katie currently oversees Bad Robot’s “corporate culture, philanthropy, communications and ancillary businesses,” as detailed by the Milken Institute.
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