The acclaimed young actor was born on Vancouver Island and grew up all around B.C.'s lower mainland. Tracey went for his first acting audition when he was 11 years old and started working in series television at 14, playing the lead in Huckleberry Finn and Friends. Since then, he has appeared in countless Canadian and American productions. Tracey's feature film credits include: The Ice Man, Double Edged, Touched (formerly titled Shegalla), Rupert's Land for which he won a Leo Award, Free Willy III, Time Cop, Stakeout, Change of Heart, Man With A Gun, and The .Tourney of Natty Gann. He has appeared in a number of movies-of-the-week, including the starring role in Milgaard, for which he won both Gemini and Leo Awards for Best Actor. Other television movies include Dirty Little Secret, Rookies (for which he received a 1991 Gemini Award for Best Actor in a Supporting Role); Medusa's Child; Mountain of Fear; Murder In My Mind; Anne Wheeler's The War Between Us; and Conspiracy of Silence.
Tracey was a series regular on SweatingBullets and was a recurring lead on The Commish. He has guest starred on The Sentinel, Welcome to Paradox, The X-Files, The Outer Limits, Viper, Poltergeist, Highlander, DeadMan's Gun, Lonesome Dove, and Mom P.I. where he first worked with Chris Haddock and was nominated for a Gemini Award for Best Guest Performance. He also guest starred in CBC's Street Legal and the series, Change of Heart, for which he received a nomination for an ACTRA Award for Best Supporting Actor.
Note: This profile was written in or before 2003.
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