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Grace Gealey and Trai Byers are Married since April 2016. Know about their Married Life and Affairs

News by Clarence Published on 20 Jan,2017 Updated on 20 Jan,2017

Grace Gealey is an American actress raised in the Cayman Islands from infancy. She is well-known for her role as Anika Calhoun in the Fox music-industry primetime soap opera, Empire.

Uncovering married life and affairs of Grace Gealey

Grace Gealey is a married woman. Grace Gealey started her love affairs with her Empire co-star, Trai Byers before four months of their engagement. The American actor proposed Grace on July 2016 on her 31st birthday after just a few months of dating. The two stars first met each other on the set of "Empire" during its second season.

 Trai Byers and Grace Gealey Got Married in a Secret Island Ceremony
Source: Glamour.com

She was engaged to her longtime boyfriend Trai Byers on July 28, 2015. Grace sported a diamond engagement ring and exposed it off months later on FabLife. The couple made the engagement official in October 2015. The couple officially announced their marriage date and posted the photo on 10 April 2016. Grace Gealey and Trai Byeres got married  April 14, 2016.

Their wedding took place in a lavish mansion, where the actors also exchanged vows in front of 50 people, approximately. Before their engagement, rumors of a relationship between the two Empire stars had circulated for months. The couple is living a blissful married life so it can be assumed that there are no signs of this pair getting separated.

Grace Gealey's professional career in short

Caymanian actress, Grace Gealey began her acting career since 2012 after moving to New York City. During the time, she performed Off-Broadway, including in Venus Flytrap: A Femme Noir Mystery, and Rent. In the year 2013, Grace performed in the Chicago productions of The Misanthrope and Tartuffe.

 Teen Choice Awards nominee was portrayed as Anika Calhoun in the Fox musical prime time drama, 'Empire opposite Terrence Howard' and 'Taraji P. Henson' in 2014. The series made its first public appearance on January 7, 2015.

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