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Tracey Goldblum Wiki/Biography
Tracy Claire Fisher was born on the 16th May 1969, in New York City, USA, and is an actress who played her (still) most famous role as Carol Seaver in the comedy series “Growing Pains” in the 1980s, but is also known for her appearances in a number of television films. Tracey has been active in the entertainment industry since 1976.
How much is the net worth of Tracey Gold? It has been estimated by authoritative sources that the overall size of her wealth is as much as $1.5 million, as of the data presented in the late 2016. Films and television are the main sources of Gold modest fortune, as well as her popularity.
Tracey Gold Net Worth $1.5 Million
To begin with, her mother Bonnie worked in an advertising agency. As Tracey attended the nursery, her mother married becoming Harry Goldstein, and from his surname, her stage name of Gold was derived. Goldstein later became a powerful Hollywood Agent. Gold has three half-sisters, one of her younger sisters – Missy – is also an actress.
Concerning her professional career, Gold was a child actress who starred in her first feature film “A Rainy Day” in 1978 at the age of nine. Gold also played in several television series, including “Captains and the Kings” (1976), “Roots” (1977), “The Dark Secret of Harvest Home” (1978), “CHiPs” (1979), and “Shirley” (1979 – 1980). She has created roles in a great number of television films including “Night Cries” (1978), “The Incredible Journey of Doctor Meg Laurel” (1979), “Marilyn: The Untold Story” (1980), “Beyond Witch Mountain” (1982), “Who Will Love My Children? (1983) and many others, solidifying her net worth.
However, only the role of Carol Seaver in “Growing Pains” made her known both inside and outside the country; the series aired from 1985 until 1992, although interestingly, in the first episode of the series, the character of Carol Seaver was not portrayed by Tracey, but then she successfully starred for seven years, leave the series only because of her problems with anorexia, being hospitalised after losing a great deal of weight and apparently on the verge of death, fortunately recovering. She then published a book about her experience – “Room to Grow: An Appetite for Life” (2003), adding somewhat to her wealth.
After the recovery, she starred mostly in television films. Gold was praised for her role in the teen movie “Dance ‘til Dawn” (1988) by Paul Schneider, then landed the lead role in another work of Schneider entitled “For the Love of Nancy” (1994), based on a true story dealing with anorexia nervosa. A few years later, she starred alongside Perry King and Shawnee Smith in the film “Face of Evil” (1996) by Gregory Goodell, and was also cast as the main in the television films “The Growing Pains Movie” (2000), “She’s No Angel” (2001), “Growing Pains: Return of the Seavers” (2004), “Final Approach” (2008), “Arachnoquake” (2012) and “I Know Where Lizzie Is” (2016). To summarise, all the above mentioned roles have increased the total size of Tracey Gold net worth much.
Finally, in the personal life of the actress, she married Roby Marshall in1994, and they have three children. Gold was arrested in 2004 after she was involved in a car accident that was caused by her driving under the influence of alcohol. Her husband and two children were injured, and Gold was given 240 hours of community service for this accident.
|Net Worth||$1.5 Million|
|Date Of Birth||May 16, 1969, in New York City, USA|
|Profession||Actress, former child star|
|Spouse||Roby Marshall (m. 1994-)|
|Children||Sage Gold, Bailey Vincent, Aiden Michael, Dylan Christopher|
|Nominations||Kids' Choice Award, Blimp Award for Favorite TV Actress (1989), TV Land Award (2008), Young Artist Awards for Best Young Actress in a New Television Series (1986, 1984)|
|Movies||“A Rainy Day” (1978), “Night Cries” (1978), “The Incredible Journey of Doctor Meg Laurel” (1979), “Marilyn: The Untold Story” (1980), “Beyond Witch Mountain” (1982), “Who Will Love My Children? (1983), “For the Love of Nancy” (1994), “Face of Evil” (1996), “Final App...|
|TV Shows||Growing Pains" (1985-1992), "GSN Live", "The Dead Zone" (2003), "Celebrity Mole 2: Yucatán" (2004), "Trapped in TV Guide" (2006), "The Secret Life of a Soccer Mom", "Celebrity Wife Swap", "Melissa & Joey: Something Happened"|