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Overview (2)

Date of Birth 1971Kitchener, Ontario, Canada
Birth NameTracy Leah Ryan

Mini Bio (1)

Tracy Ryan was born in Kitchener, Ontario, Canada in 1971. She went to school at the University of Toronto and graduated in 1992 with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Drama/Irish Studies combined major. A multitalented actor, she made her mark in theatre, film and television and has recently turned her talents to writing. Her first break in television was a regular spot on the soap opera "Family Passions", where she played Calla, a blind girl. It was a rigorous schedule of 130 episodes. "It felt like the boot camp of acting" says Ryan. A graduate of the University of Toronto's drama program, she has been a regular on the Toronto theatre scene, appearing in such stage productions as Cafe Naked, Controlling Interest, Amazon Dream, Born in the Grave and Coyote Ugly. In film and television, her credits include the lead role of Nancy Drew in thirteen episodes of Nelvana's "Nancy Drew" (1995), two episodes of the "Hardy Boys" (1995), "Dark Angel" (2000), "Twice in a Lifetime" (1999) in a episode with Wil Wheaton, Al Waxman and Paul Popowich. She also appeared in the films 'Stealing Harvard' (2002) and 'Comeback Season' (2006). Ryan played a leading part in the Canadian Film Centre featuring Kiss, directed by Laurie Colbert. Tracy has "a mind boggling array" of cartoon voices at her disposal, is also the voice behind several cartoon characters, including Ned's girlfriend Linda in Nelvan's Ned's Newt and 14-year-old diva Ruby in Flying Rhino Junior High. After much hesitation, she recently gave in a nd applied for a green card because of the numerous opportunities in the U.S. but Toronto, she assures, will always be home.

- IMDb Mini Biography By: Anonymous

Spouse (1)

Bruce McCulloch (2003 - present) (2 children)

Trivia (5)

Her first television break was a regular spot on the soap opera, Family Passions (1993), which she played "Calla" McDeere, a blind girl.
She graduated from the University of Toronto in 1992 with a BA Drama/Irish Studies combined major.
In film and television, her credits include the role of "Nancy Drew" in Nelvana's Nancy Drew (1995) and a leading part in the Canadian Film Centre feature, "Kiss", directed by Laurie Colbert.
She has been a regular on the Toronto theatre stage, appearing in such stage productions as "Cafe Naked", "Controlling Interest", "Amazon Dream", "Born in the Grave" and "Coyote Ugly".
Has two children with husband Bruce McCulloch. Ivy Sue McCulloch born in the fall of 2004 and Otis McCulloch born in 2006.

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