Fans are clamoring to learn more about the lady who plays Zayn Malik‘s on-screen love interest now that the music video for his brand-new track, “Love Like This,” has been released. Fans have gone crazy over some of the sensual kissing sequences in the music video, which features Grace Dumdaw as the former One Direction star’s romantic interest.

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Who is Grace Dumdaw?

Born in Myanmar and raised in Louisiana, Grace Dumdaw is a Kachin actor, singer, filmmaker, and photographer. She is 24 years old.

Grace earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Peace & Conflict Studies and Stage, Screen, & New Media from Swarthmore College. She has also studied acting at the Stella Adler Studio, Upright Citizens Brigade, and Prague Film School. She was honored by the Emmy Television Academy Foundation in 2020 as an Agency Fellow.

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Grace has received praise for her acting in a number of TV shows. Some of her roles include Alicia in “The Blacklist,” Young Miko in “The Watcher,” Assistant in “Succession,” Madison Sparks in “Christmas with You,” and Chesa in “New Amsterdam.”

She is also known for playing Eden in the television series “And Just Like That…” Grace Dumdaw has an expanding presence in the entertainment sector and has already contributed to over 8 productions.

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Grace’s interests outside of appearing in movies also include directing and working as a videographer. The Tri-Co Film Festival gave Dumdaw’s unreleased undergraduate thesis film, which she wrote, directed, edited, and starred in, a special mention in 2021. Moreover, Grace serves as the lead vocalist for the band Chanpan, whose debut EP will be released in 2023.

Furthermore, according to her IMDB page, Grace is an outspoken advocate of the Kachin people of northern Myanmar, one of their ethnic groups. She continues to spread the word about the unrest in Myanmar’s cities and the discrimination against minority ethnic groups.