Nancy Ann Grace was born on 23rd October, 1959 in Macon, Georgia, United States to parents, Elizabeth Grace and Mac Grace, who were factory worker and freight agent respectively. She spent most of her childhood days with her siblings, Mac Jr. and Ginny. Nancy went on to attend Windsor academy and then Valdosta State University. She went on to graduate from Mercer University with a B.A. degree. She was inspired to become a felony prosecutor after the murder of her fiancé Keith Griffin. She earned a Masters of Law from New York University.
Grace worked as a Special Prosecutor in the Atlanta-Fulton County, Georgia District Attorney's office. She began her journalism career in 2005 with her regular primetime legal analysis show titled Nancy Grace on CNN Headline News. She is also noted for being the host of Swift Justice with Nancy Grace. Nancy has faced hard controversy and criticism over the years for her cases. Nancy is the author of two novels named The Eleventh Victim and Death on the D-List.
Nancy has made most of the events of her life known to the public including her marriage and motherhood. Nancy Grace is married to her husband David Linch. Nancy Grace’s husband, David is an Atlanta investment banker. The couple married in 2007. The couple met at Mercer University in 1970’s. Together, the couple has two children named Lucy Elizabeth and John David. Nancy was to be married to her fiancé, Kith Griffin, however, due to his murder, she did not want to get married to anyone. She is living happily with her husband and children at present.
Nancy is currently 56 years old and is aging beautifully. Nancy Grace’s net worth is estimated to be $ 25 million accumulated from her released books and her journalism career. Nancy Grace’s salary is very high and arising from her show titled on her own name. The very talented and reputed, Nancy Grace’s bio can be found on various social media sites like Wikipedia, IMDb, Twitter, Facebook and more.