Elizabeth Ward Gracen (3 April 1961) is a former Miss America Pageant winner and American actress who acted in movies and television programs before 2000. She was crowned Miss America 1982, and Miss Arkansas before that. Her acts included acting as Amanda in the TV show Highlander: The Series. She was born near Ozark, Arkansas and graduated from Russellville High School in 1979.
Gracen played roles in other films such as
- Three For The Road
- Marked For Death
- Pass The Ammo
- 83 Hours Till Dawn
- Lower Level
- Discretion Assured and others
She also appeared in TV series such as
- Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde
- The Sands of Time
- Death of the Incredible Hulk
- Extreme for NBC
- Queen of Swords
Recently in 2012, Gracen formed Flapper Films; a company that produces inspirational content.
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- Kennedy, Helen (February 8, 2000). "She hitched her star to a wagon for the love of Bill, Hillary put her goals on hold and move to Ark. stick". New York Daily News.
- "Elizabeth Ward Gracen (1961–) – Encyclopedia of Arkansas". Encyclopedia of Arkansas.
- Claudia Palma, "Lineage Performing Arts Center to screen documentary highlighting dancing with Parkinson's classes". The Pasadena Star-News. 13 August 2015. Retrieved 21 March 2016.