- Has a son from a relationship with Jean-Paul Goude in the 1970s.
- During the 70s, often attended legendary New York disco Studio 54
- She famously attacked British interviewer Russell Harty when he turned away from her to speak to the other guests on his programme.
- Twin sister of Bishop Noel Jones, subject of Sophie Fiennes's 2002 documentary, "Hoover Street Revival".
- Was signed to Island Records in 1977 and released her debut album "Portfolio".
- Arnold Schwarzenegger complained that Grace was "too tough" during the filming of Conan the Destroyer (1984).
- Attended the 1986 wedding of Arnold Schwarzenegger and Maria Shriver on Cape Cod with Andy Warhol.
- Was once engaged to Swedish actor Dolph Lundgren, who appeared with her in the Bond film A View to a Kill (1985). He was also once her bodyguard.
- Studied theatre at Syracuse University, before becoming a successful model in Paris.
- Her androgynous and statuesque style made her extremely successful in New York City's underground and nightlife scenes and her sexually evocative stage shows and songs like "I Need A Man" earned her the title "The Queen of Gay Discos", because of her large following of gay men.
- Was signed to one of New York's top modeling angencies but Grace's looks were too strong for American magazines, so she spent several years in Paris working as a successful model.
- Speaks French
- Was a close friend and confidant of Andy Warhol's and was a member of his entourage. Warhol made a portrait of her.
- Shocked audience members in 1998 when she exposed her breasts during a Disney World performance. She was banned from the park.
- Sister of Bishop Noel Jones
- Ranked #82 on VH1's 100 Greatest Women of Rock N Roll
- Was ranked #19 in Channel 5's "World's greatest supermodel".
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