will be making changes to the Private Message system the week of Jan 26, 2015. For more information click here

Traci Dinwiddie


Traci Dinwiddie Trivia


  • Trivia

    • 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.

    • Among the actresses Traci admires are Kate Winslet, Cate Blanchett, Meryl Streep, Charlize Theron, Helen Mirren, and many others.

    • 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.

    • Growing up in Alaska, the films which inspired her to become a film actress were Labyrinth, Grease, The Breakfast Club, Star Wars, and Flashdance.

    • Traci played the flute in Kate Newcomer's album Can You Pin It Down.

  • Quotes

    • Traci: (on working with the lead actors of "Supernatural") Let's just say I would happily indulge in a Supernatural Sandwich consisting of equal parts Jared and Jensen.

    • 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 who'd she want to have as leading man) Three-way tie, for different purposes, of course: Adrien Brody, Johnny Depp, John Malkovich.

    • 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.