Tracey enjoys yoga.
Tracey's first pet was a Beagle named Casey.
Tracey is a huge fan of the CBS reality show Rockstar: Supernova.
Tracey added the 'e' to her first name early in her career after an astrologist suggested that it would improve her career. It worked -- she landed the role on The Young and the Restless not long after.
Tracey's favorite animated movie is The Little Mermaid.
Tracey's favorite Desperate Housewife character is Bree.
Tracey's, son Austin, played her on-screen son, Scotty, for several The Young and the Restless episodes.
Tracey's favorite vacation spot is the French Riviera.
Tracey enjoys reading in her spare time and has a wide variety of tastes.
In 1995, Tracey and her husband Ron separated for six months because of marital issues.
Tracey supports the Cancer Research Fund.
Tracey was the first person to win an Emmy in the ingenue catergory.
Tracey's middle name is Elizabeth.
Tracey is the host of the TV show Tales of a Celebrity Traveller.
Tracey wrote a children's book entitled When I Dream.
Tracey promotes Leaf and Rusher cosmetics.
Tracey started her own book club in Malibu which includes good friend and former The Young and the Restless co-star Eileen Davidson.
Tracey and her family helped raise money for the victims of Hurricane Katrina.
Tracey restricts her sons' television viewing on Monday through Thursday.
Tracey loves to adopt dogs from the local pound.
Tracey shops for her home accessories at the Malibu Colony Company in Los Angeles.
Tracey was nominated for the Emmy Award of Outstanding Supporting Actress in 2006.
Tracey's has two boys named Austin and Landon.
Tracey has her own clothing line called Bountiful Buddha.
Tracey is a vegetarian.
Tracey currently lives in Los Angles with her family.
Tracey wrote the theme music for Funny Farm and The Concrete Jungle.
Tracey loves to sing and write music.
Every year Tracey and her family rents a vacation home in Lake Tahoe.
Tracey's dad was the first American who was employed at BBC in London.
Tracey's astrological sign is Gemini.
Tracey married he husband Ronald Recht on December 5 1987.
Tracey has red hair and brown eyes.
Tracey is 5'4" tall.
Tracey was raised in England until age eleven.
Tracy (on designing her yoga clothing/casual wear range, Bountiful Buddah): I looked across the [yoga] room and thought I saw a woman wearing a pair of yoga pants that said, 'Om my God'!' I thought it was funny and definitely something I would wear. On closer inspection, I realised the woman's pants said nothing of the sort. I had two choices, get glasses or create a clothing line! I chose the latter.
Tracy (her secret for keeping fit): I do power yoga and pilates and I'm a speed walker.
Tracey (on working moms): My hats are off to them, because I come in and I normally don't even work eight hours, whereas I look at other women who are working for eight hours a day, have kids in daycare or school and then go grocery shopping and cook, and clean the house at night. I don't know how they do it.
Tracey (on being an avid reader): I always read three books at a time, because I'll get interested in one book and then something else interests me.
Tracey (on parenting): I like to be with my kids. I like to be the one to pick them up from school, and do their homework with them.
Tracey (on her Y&R character's love life): One of the reasons Michael and Lauren are so good together is because he knows crazy and she knows bad, and they're both not afraid to be either one of them.
Tracey (on working with Kimberlin Brown): I think the audience likes to see how evil is going to be played out and Kim is good at that.
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