Among her more unusual skills are stilt walking, forklift operation, mystical storytelling, and belly/fire dancing.
Aside from being a TV and film actress, Traci is also a talented musician and dancer.
Traci is of Turkish descent.
Traci does her share to take care of the environment. She is a vegetarian and an animal lover. She also practices ways to recycle materials.
Traci's Theatrical Credits:
• Patsy Cline in Always Patsy Cline, Theatre Exchange
• Titania in A Midsummer Night's Dream, Cape Fear Shakespeare
• Lady Macbeth in Macbeth, City Stage
• Lou in Hejira, Renaissance Theatre
• Multiple Roles in A...My Name is Alice, Livestock Productions
• Tom, Phyllis, Leslie in Sylvia, Big Dawg Productions
• Mary Magdalene in Jesus Christ Superstar, City Stage
• La Esmeralda in The Hunchback of Notre Dame, Thalian Hall
• Martha in The Children's Hour, Minerva Productions
• Anna in The Baltimore Waltz, Big Dawg Productions
• Tamara in The Women Princess, Minerva Productions
• Mrs. Forrest in Psycho Beach Party, Big Dawg Productions
• Romaine in Witness for the Prosecution, Thalian Hall
Traci is 5'6" tall. She has chestnut-colored hair and hazel green eyes.
Traci's Other Film Credits:
• Dancer in Black Knight (2001)
• Ragnell in Dog Nights (2003)
• Tonya in All the Real Girls (2003)
• The Idea Guy (2003)
• Nat Packard in Ball of Wax (2003)
• Kelly in The Pigs (2005)
• One Night Stand in RedMeansGo (2005)
• Girlfriend in Find Love (2006)
• Reporter 3 in Forgiven (2006)
• Jasmine in The Anatolian (2007)
• Kate in Dead Heist (2007)
• Renee in The Touch (2007)
• Sofie Bjarnson in 15-40 (2007)
• Catherine in The 27 Club (2007)
Her nickname is Kamile.
Among the dialects/accents Traci can speak are Southern Turkish, New York, British-RP, and Cockney. She is also half-fluent in Spanish.
During the filming of her film Mr. Brooks, Traci conducted Yoga classes for the film's cast and crew on weekends.
Traci considers Rumi's expression, "Let the beauty we love be what we do!" as her motto in life.
Traci has endorsed Foster Grant sunglasses and has made commercials for Yoplait Plus.
Traci resides in West Hollywood, California (2008).
Traci is among those who founded the all-female theater company called Brawdeville.
Because of her unusual last name, kids would call her names like Dimwit, Diddle-a-tiddy, Damn!widdie, Dumbwiddie, Down-wid-it among others.
Traci played the flute in Kate Newcomer's album Can You Pin It Down.
Traci: You might or might not find this funny but, as a teenager, I used to scare the crap out of my cheerleading squad during camp and late night storytelling as I would pretend to channel evil spirits. I even got sent home from sleep-overs, TWICE, for freaking out the birthday girls with my wild stories and portrayals of demons.
Traci: (on preparing for walking the red carpet) Aside from the obvious self-care, add to that a gentle reminder that the red carpet is simply synthetic fibers and dye, and it doesn't magically fly. I swear, I didn't mean to make such a cute little poem! Ha.
Traci: (on working with Demi Moore on "Mr. Brooks") Spending time with Demi on and off the set taught me that a woman can have a passionate, loving marriage, a wonderful connection with her family and a magnificently successful, artistic career - all together. I will certainly take that with me for the rest of my career.