Tracy Nelson

Tracy Nelson

actress, soundtrack

Tracy Nelson was born on Oct 25, 1963 in USA. Tracy Nelson's big-screen debut came with Yours, Mine and Ours directed by Melville Shavelson in 1968. Tracy Nelson is known for The Eleventh directed by John Dion, Cloris Leachman stars as Margaret and Ren Montoro as Janine. The upcoming new movie Tracy Nelson plays is As Long As I'm Famous which will be released on Jul 19, 2022.

Before the age of five, Tracy had a film credit to her name. The daughter of singer Ricky Nelson and Kristin Harmon, she appeared as one of Henry Fonda's daughters in the movie Les tiens, les miens, le nôtre (1968). In 1982, she became the popular Valley Girl "Jennifer DeNuccio" on the television series Square Pegs (1982) which ran from 1982-83. This show made Tracy's name well-known in Hollywood. She made a few small appearances in movies while continuing to pursue television roles, and returned in series Glitter (1984). Two years later, she was in the Nick Nolte/Bette Midler movie Le Clochard de Beverly Hills (1986). In 1987, Tracy was very sick and one month after her marriage to William R. Moses, she was diagnosed with Hodgkin's disease, but later cured. In 1989, she returned to television as "Sister Stephanie 'Steve' Oskowski" in Le père Dowling (1989). Since that time, she has appeared in a handful of television movies, including the TV series A League of Their Own (1993) and had a recurring role on Melrose Place (1992).

  • Birthday

    Oct 25, 1963
  • Place of Birth

    Santa Monica, California, USA
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