April Grace is an American actress best known for her role as Sergeant Toni Williams in the television series Joan Of Arcadia, from 2003-2004.
She is also known for her performance in the 1999 feature film Magnolia.
Grace has made her career predominantly from guest appearances on television shows. These include China Beach, her screen debut in 1990 (in which she played the rather inauspicious role of Palm Frond #1), a five-episode run on Star Trek: The Next Generation, the recurring role of Elizabeth Hancock Tally in four episodes of Chicago Hope, and as Bea Klugh - one of "The Others" - in three episodes of Lost.
Other shows she has appeared in include Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, Empty Nest, The X-Files, NYPD Blue, Touched By An Angel, Boston Public, The Shield, Without A Trace, Strong Medicine, The O.C., Crossing Jordan, Medium, Cold Case and Boston Legal.
Grace has acted in the made-for-TV movies MacShayne: Winner Takes All (1994), Voice from the Grave (1996), The Beneficiary (1997) and Dodge's City (1999); and in the 2006 mini-series The Lost Room.
Feature films she has appeared in include Headless Body in Topless Bar (1995), Bean (1997), Chicago Cab (1998), Magnolia (1999), Finding Forrester (2000), Artificial Intelligence: AI (2001), Memorial Street (2003), The Assassination of Richard Nixon (2004), Constantine (2005) and Behind Enemy Lines: Axis of Evil (2006).