Chaminade College Preparatory
May 16, 1969 (age 51)
Tracey Gold Net Worth Summary
Tracey Gold Net Worth 2.5 Million.
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Tracey Claire Fisher
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May 16, 1969 (age 51)
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Pennsylvania, United States
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Chaminade Preparatory High School
Chaminade College Preparatory
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Who Is TRACEY GOLD
Tracey Gold is an American TV and film actress, who is best known for playing the role of Carol Seaver in the 1980s sitcom, ‘Growing Pains’. Born as Tracey Fisher, she became Tracey Gold when she was adopted by her stepfather, a successful talent agent in Hollywood. She started her acting career at the age of four when she landed a role in a Pepsi commercial. She received her first serious role at seven and by the age of nine, she had become a busy child star. Concurrently, she received good grades in school and dreamt of becoming a teacher one day. Very soon, the pressure of being in the spotlight started taking its toll on her health and at the age of 11, she was diagnosed with her first bout of anorexia. Although she returned to her normal weight after counselling, she suffered another attack at the age of 19. She had been living on a 500-calorie diet for years, ultimately being hospitalized for treatment. She decided to fight back and with the support of her family and friends, she recovered enough to start acting again. She has so far acted in more than 10 films and innumerable television series, including ‘Growing Pains’. Tracey Gold Net Worth 2.5 Million.
Tracey Gold' Family :
Gold met her husband Roby Marshall through Growing Pains co-star Joanna Kerns, who portrayed Marshall's mother in the TV miniseries adaptation of the 1989 true crime book Blind Faith by Joe McGinniss. Marshall had served as a consultant on the miniseries, which dramatized the 1984 case in which his father, Toms River, New Jersey, businessman Robert O. Marshall, was charged with (and later convicted of) the contract killing of his wife (and Roby's mother) Maria. Tracey Gold Net Worth 2.5 Million.
Gold and Marshall married on October 8, 1994, and have four sons: Sage Gold (b. February 16, 1997), Bailey Vincent (b. March 4, 1999), Aiden Michael (b. May 9, 2004), and Dylan Christopher (b. April 1, 2008)
Tracey Gold' Education:
Gold was born in New York City. Her younger sister is fellow actress Missy Gold, who appeared on the sitcom Benson from 1979 to 1986; their mother, Bonnie Fisher, was an advertising executive. Tracey Gold Net Worth 2.5 Million.
The name "Gold" is a shortened form of the name acquired by Tracey and Missy when they were adopted by Harry Goldstein, who married Fisher when Tracey was a preschooler; an actor in his own right (he had supporting roles in Carrie and on The Secrets of Isis), he later became a Hollywood agent. Missy and Tracey have three younger sisters, Brandy, Jessica (Jessie), and Cassandra (Cassie) Gold. Both Brandy and Jessie are actresses
Tracey Gold' Career in Finance:
Gold has been an actress since the age of four, first appearing in a Pepsi print ad. She appeared in two canceled series, Shirley with Shirley Jones in 1979, and Goodnight Beantown, starring Bill Bixby in 1983. Gold was originally cast as the youngest daughter in the original pilot series of the sitcom Gimme A Break! starring Nell Carter, but was replaced by actress Lara Jill Miller when the show went to series. She played one of Albert Finney and Diane Keaton's four daughters in the feature film Shoot the Moon (1982). Gold also guest starred on her sister Missy's series Benson in 1985, playing the cousin of Missy's character, Katie Gatling. Tracey Gold Net Worth 2.5 Million.
In 1985, Gold auditioned for the role of Carol Seaver on Growing Pains, but was not initially cast. The actress chosen for the pilot was Elizabeth Ward, who had starred alongside Gold in The Hand-Me-Down Kid, a 1983 ABC Afterschool Special. However, test audiences did not favor Ward in the role of Carol, and she was promptly replaced by Gold. Growing Pains ran from 1985 until 1992. During this time, Gold became a famous teen star and battled anorexia. In 1988, Gold also starred as Angela Strull in the teen film Dance 'til Dawn. On the 9 of August 1988, Tracey and her two sisters were the only celebrities at the funeral of Judith Barsi. She read A Child Of Mine (from the poet Edgar Albert Guest) as eulogy. Tracey Gold Net Worth 2.5 Million.
After the end of the series, Gold continued to work as an actress. Over the next decade, she starred in several television movies. Tracey Gold Net Worth 2.5 Million.
Tracey Gold' Net Worth Details & History:
At the age of four, Tracey Gold got her first job when she tagged along her stepfather to an audition for a Pepsi commercial. Although Harry Goldstein failed to get the job, the casting director was so charmed by little Tracey that he put her in the commercial.After the Pepsi commercial, Tracey acted in several other ads before landing her first TV miniseries role in 1976, appearing as Rosemary Armagh in 'Captains and the Kings'. In 1977, she got her first serious role, appearing as young Missy Reynolds in an episode of the TV miniseries ‘The Roots’. Tracey Gold Net Worth 2.5 Million.
Year 1978 was a busy year for Tracey. In that year, she appeared as Missy Penrose in the television thriller miniseries, ‘The Dark Secret of Harvest Home’ and as Lisa Carson in a medical mystery-drama television series called, 'Quincy, M.E.' Tracey Gold Net Worth 2.5 Million.
In 1978, she also appeared in two television movies; as Donna Blankenship in ‘Night Cries’ and as Cindy Brinker in ‘Little Mo’. In the same year, she made her film debut, appearing as young Stephanie Carter in ‘A Rainy Day’. Tracey Gold Net Worth 2.5 Million.
In 1979, she appeared in three television movies. First among them was ‘The Incredible Journey of Doctor Meg Laurel’ in which she appeared as Laurie Mae Moon. Later, she appeared as Emma Prince in 'Jennifer: A Woman's Story' and as Pam in 'The Child Stealer'. Tracey Gold Net Worth 2.5 Million.
In 1979, she also appeared in three television series; as Tracey Kappleton in one episode of 'Eight is Enough', as Monica in one episode of ‘Fantasy Island’, and as Linda/Dona in two episodes of ‘CHiPs’. Tracey Gold Net Worth 2.5 Million.
In 1979, she played the role of Michelle Miller in 13 episodes of 'Shirley'. Despite having an acting career at such a young age, she led a very normal life at home. She went to school when there was no work, studied hard to get good grades, and decided at the age of 10 that she would become a teacher one day. Tracey Gold Net Worth 2.5 Million.
In 1980, Tracey appeared in two television series; as Laurie in ‘Here’s Boomer’ and as Ellie in ‘Trapper John M.D’. Also, in the same year, she appeared as young Norma Jean in 'Marilyn: The Untold Story', a television movie released on September 28. Tracey Gold Net Worth 2.5 Million.
In 1981, Tracey appeared as Carrie in 'CBS Afternoon Playhouse', as Jane in 'CBS Library' and as Buddy in ‘A Few Days in Weasel Creek'. But very soon, her acting career lead to a disaster in her life when she was introduced to the concept of dieting while working among older actors. Tracey Gold Net Worth 2.5 Million.