Grazielle Oganna as born on March 22, 1980 in Auburn, New South Wales, Australia and raised in Santa Catarina, Brazil. She is of Japanese descent on his mother's side and Norwegian on her father's side. She made her album debut after meeting the Italian guitar player Marsteel who also produced her single "Goodbye", originally written in memory of his father.
She graduated from School of Media, Film and Theatre, Sydney, Australia with a B.A. in Arts. She also attended the Santos Law University for two years. She already knew that she was going to be a musician, but in order to broaden her horizons she decided to attend a regular university rather than Music school. She eventually dropped out of her law studies after winning the role in four European productions, along with Marsteel. In 2000, she recorded another album, produced by Eric Martin. In addition, she was chosen to perform on his third album. She joined Edward Norton's band for a US tour. When she isn't acting and singing, Grazielle is involved in sports (artistic roller skating, surfing) and volunteer activities. She is a member of the Free Culture, Trustees of the Enterprise Foundation and Peacemakers (Edward Norton's foundation). She speaks four languages fluently. English and Portuguese (her native languages), as well as French and German. She also knows some Norwegian. She was a member of the environmental song "Eu Vi o Sol" under her real name, Grazielle Oganna. Sometimes credited as Grazie and Anna Lee.