Grace Tame Bio
Grace Tame is a famous Activist. Grace Tame was born in December 28, 1994 in . An activist who has earned fame in the field of advocacy for those who have suffered from sexual violence. In the month of January, 2021, she was awarded the title of Australian Of The Year by Australia National Day Council in appreciation of her efforts.
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Family, Dating, Relationship Records
The name of her partner in love is Max Heerey. Grace Tame age in 2023 is 28 years. Grace Tame father name is under review and mother name is also under review. Grace Tame's has not shared any information about siblings on social media platforms.
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Height - How tall is Grace Tame?
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She has finished illustrations on behalf of John Cleese.
She has been working alongside the Los Angeles Human Trafficking Squad to stop sexual grooming and sexual assault. The first Tasmanian to be awarded the title of Australian of the Year.
Net Worth (2023) - How rich is Grace Tame?
Grace Tame net worth comes from Activist. Being a famous Activist, Grace Tame also earned money by TV Commercial, Sponsors & being some popular brands ambassador. However the information is currently under review. Once we are complete the review, we will update everything about Grace Tame's Net worths. As far our analysis, Grace Tame estimated net worth is $500k - $2.5 Million.
|Net Worth (2022)||$5 million|
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She first came out about her experience of sexual assault in the month of August in 2019 she became her first Tasmanian to be granted the court’s permission to talk about her experiences. She earned associate degrees in liberal arts and theatre sciences in the form of Santa Barbara City College.