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Shenae Grimes Bio
Shenae Grime-Beech (born October 24, 1989 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada as Shenae Sonya Grimes) began with a recurring role in 2004 but became a lead character on Degrassi: The Next Generation in 2006, playing the role of Darcy Edwards. In 2008, Grimes left the series and Canada after being cast as Annie Wilson in 90210, the CW’s spin-off of Beverly Hills, 90210.
She also appeared in Picture This with Ashley Tisdale and with her former Degrassi: The Next Generation co-star Lauren Collins, and then in True Confessions of a Hollywood Starlet alongside singer JoJo.
In 2009, Grimes was named one of the world’s most beautiful people, without makeup, by People magazine. She also appeared in a music video for rock band Our Lady Peace‘s single “All You Did Was Save My Life“.
Grimes appears in the 2010 silent fashion short film Unzipped. She wrote and directed a 2010 music video for her song “Myself and I”, which features an appearance by her 90210 co-star Ryan Eggold. She also participated in YouTuber Freddie Wong‘s video “Gun Size Matters”. She made a cameo in the horror film Scream 4, released in April 2011.
In 2011, she traveled to Japan with her 90210 costars AnnaLynne McCord and Jessica Stroup to attend the Asia Girls Explosion (AGE) in Tokyo, after filming 90210’s third season finale. Grimes was caught up in Japan due to the events of the tsunami and earthquakes. According to the actress, she was at Buddha‘s temple at the time when the earthquakes first occurred. Consequently, she started a campaign called “Spread The Heart” with the aim of supporting Japan by victim relief after the events of the tsunami and earthquakes. Many celebrities joined the campaign which later became a big movement.
In May 2011, during her 90210 hiatus, she took a six-week internship at Teen Vogue in New York City. She stated that working as an editor for a fashion magazine has always been her dream.
In the fall of 2011, she directed a music video for Megan and Liz‘s original song “Are You Happy Now?” to raise awareness about anti-bullying, in partnership with DoSomething.org.