Traci Bingham was the youngest of seven brothers and sisters, who set great examples for the baby of the family. The Cambridge, Mass. family was very close knit, so Traci initially took up sports to spend more time with her brothers. And Traci was game for anything -…more
Her height is 5'7" (1.70 m).
Traci appeared as a 'Party Babe' in 1995 on Tales From The Crypt: Demon Knight.
Traci has appeared in: Maxim, Stuff, Blender, FHM, and Glamour magazines.
Traci got her first break in television when she accepted a role on Fresh Prince of Bel Air in 1994.
Traci is involved with 'Heal The Bay' charity, as well as other environmental causes.
Traci joined forces with former Baywatch co-star and friend Pamela Anderson to lobby against Kentucky Fried Chicken. She wrote a letter demanding humane treatment of the chickens before they are slaughtered.
Traci likes to go 'antiquing' in her free time; shopping in pawn shops and thrift stores, looking for vintage furniture and accessories to decorate her home with.
Traci is a vegetarian.
Traci posed in a lettuce bikini in a PETA anti-fur campaign advertisement, in Berlin Germany in 2002.
Traci was hired by Empire Poker in 2005, as an online spokesmodel for their gaming site.
Traci appeared in a television commercial for Coca-Cola.
Traci did a layout for Playboy magazine in 1998, her first of many to come.
Traci was noticed by director John Landis while he was filming a movie in Boston. He was struck by her beauty, and gave her a part in his movie Celtic Pride. This was her first taste of acting on the big screen.
Traci appeared in the following musicals: Guys & Dolls, Grease, and West Side Story.
Traci was interested in sports growing up. She was a member of the swim team, track and cross country teams, and took first place at a local fair for hurdle jumping & pole vaulting.
Traci appeared in the 2004 commercial for the 90s edition of the Trivial Pursuit board game.
Traci appeared in the music video "Good Vibrations" by Marky Mark & The Funky Bunch.
Traci appeared in the music video "I Really Like It" by Harlem World & featuring Mase, in 1999.
Traci attended the Harvard Extension School, a fee based curriculum with professors from Harvard University taking on classes. She was studying Psychology, but dropped out after three semesters to move to Los Angeles and pursue acting.
Traci attended Cuyahoga Community College.
First black female to appear as a regular on Baywatch.
Traci: I had to have a large kitchen because I look to cook.
Traci: I can't live without my beauty products. I love to be in my bathroom with my candles lit, morning, noon and night. I like taking hot baths and hot showers, using my body scrubs and lotions.
Traci: My fiance and I had a few problems working through some of the things that he saw me say and do on the Surreal Life. Considering the company that I was in, Ron Jeremy & Trishelle from The Real World, I think I was pretty tame.
Traci: I enjoy reality TV shows. Watching them, and appearing in them. There's a spontaniety involved in the unscripted shows that I like to be involved with.