ALICE LEE (Gretchen) is a Chicago native who is quickly
making a name for herself
as a dynamic actress in film, television and theater. She was recently a guest
lead in the
Amazon anthology series "Electric Dreams: The World of Phillip K. Dick." Lee's
directed by Alan Taylor and she stars opposite Maura Tierney.
Previously, Lee worked as a series regular opposite Rachel Bilson in ABC's
She popped up regularly on YouTube Premium's "Sideswiped" and played a lead role
TNT miniseries "Gap Year." Lee also recurred on Freeform's "Switched at Birth,"
"Faking It" and Disney Channel's "K.C. Undercover." She has also made guest
on CBS's "Two Broke Girls," Fox's "Son of Zorn" and "Grandfathered," FX's "Sex &
& Rock & Roll," Hulu's "The Mindy Project" and NBC's "Smash."
On the big screen, Lee starred opposite Joey King in John R. Leonetti's Wish
appeared in Matthew Coppola's feature Alone, opposite Sophie Turner and Ray
Liotta. She was
also seen in Sierra Burgess Is a Loser.
No stranger to the theater, Lee acted in the Broadway production of the
musical "Spring Awakening" as well as Julie Taymor's "Spider-Man: Turn Off the
also played the role of Heather Duke in the Off Broadway musical "Heathers,"
based on the
1988 cult classic starring Winona Ryder.