Tim McGraw is a widely successful country music artist and actor known for roles such as The Blind Side and Yellowstone prequel, 1883. In addition, he’s the loving husband of fellow country music artist and actress, Faith Hill. Together, they are parents of three beautiful daughters, Gracie, Maggie, and Audrey.
McGraw and Hill’s daughters have made frequent appearances on the superstars’ Instagram accounts and have also accompanied their parents to a variety of industry events.
Country music fans may even remember when McGraw released his 2006 song, “My Little Girl,” a track examining a father-daughter relationship, likely inspired by his girls, which appears on his second volume of greatest hits and reached the top three on Billboard’s Hot Country Songs chart.
Now that McGraw and Hill’s daughters have grown up, here’s a deeper look into what they’ve been up to over the past few years.
Gracie Katherine McGraw
Gracie Katherine McGraw is the oldest of the three girls. Born on May 5, 1997, Gracie recently turned 25. Gracie is a graduate of New York University and moved to Los Angeles to pursue a career in acting, Taste of Country reported in 2019. Gracie also enjoys singing. She was in an alt-rock band called Tingo and sometimes sings with her famous dad as well. McGraw shared two clips of he and daughter, Gracie singing in the car as a tribute on her 24th birthday, saying that she “makes [him] so proud.”
Gracie even joined her dad on stage once at the Bridgestone Arena in 2015 and the pair sang a special duet of “Here Tonight.”
Maggie Elizabeth McGraw
Maggie Elizabeth McGraw, the middle of the three girls, is lovingly referred to as “Maggie May” by her famous father. Maggie, whose birthday is August 12, 1998, graduated from Stanford University with her Master’s Degree last June. Maggie reportedly studied climate control as an undergraduate before continuing her studies in sustainability science. McGraw doted on his middle daughter when she graduated, writing on Instagram that he has “such admiration for her work ethic” and “passion to make the world a better place.”
Maggie works in Democratic Tennessee Representative Jim Cooper’s office as a staff assistant and legislative correspondent, according to the Hill. Like her older sister, Gracie, Maggie also enjoys singing.
Audrey Caroline McGraw
Audrey Caroline McGraw is the youngest of the three girls and was born on December 6, 2001. Audrey graduated from high school in 2020, according to an Instagram post shared by her mom. Considered Faith’s “Mini-Me,” Audrey is interested in acting and singing.
Audrey made her acting debut in her dad’s music video for his song, “7500 OBO.” In a behind-the-scenes clip, McGraw discussed his reaction to Audrey filming kissing scenes for the music video, saying he “tried to yell cut,” but “didn’t get there quick enough” and described the scenes as being hard for “a dad to watch.” Besides her acting work, Audrey also appeared in Tory Burch’s 2020 Holiday Campaign.