Thursday, August 28, 2014

Award Winning Actress & Producer Tracey Birdsall (@TraceyBirdsall1) on #TheSashaMarinaShow!

Born in Van Nuys, California, Tracey Birdsall is an accomplished actor, producer, and vocalist.

Tracey has several films she has been cast in this year, including the up-coming "Dawn of the Crescent Moon" in the role of "Tracey" which was specifically written with her casting in mind, and in the coveted role of Mrs. Astor in "Deadline II." More information on these up-coming films can be seen on the "Press" tab of this website! 

She can also be seen onstage alongside TV greats such as Eileen Davidson and Judi Evans - starting January 23, 2013 - at The Malibu Stage Company in the role of Ann Sams in the production The Malibu Ladies Sewing Bee, written by Nancy J. Isaak.

Her most recent projects include "Do You Like Your Balls?" Directed by Reza Riazi - in the role of Francesa, a trophy wife with un insatiable appetite, and a force to be reckoned with. She also appeared on “The Young & The Restless” daytime drama opposite Stephen Nichols.
Recently released “The Etiquette Show,” stars Tracey alongside a comedic ensemble cast where her zany character “Lucille” tackles traditional etiquette in modern Los Angeles. Producer and Director of “The Etiquette Show” (soon to be released), Mildred Lewis and Adam Fox state: "Tracey ... channeling Lucille Ball ... with a level of sexy-classy-powerful that is a blast to watch!"

She also stars in the comedy feature “Grounded” as Cathy Lee Peterson. Producer of the Feature Film "Grounded", Julian Phillips states: "Tracey's character is delightfully wicked-mean-sexy and she gives it more than was ever on the page!"

On the festival circuit, Tracey is best known for her role as "Kitty" in the dark romantic thriller Tick Tock (2010) which is received rave reviews, accolades, and numerous top awards. She was been nominated for two Best Acting Awards in 2010 alone. Tick Tock (2010) was hailed by acclaimed critic Paul Pritchard (of as "one of the most memorable independent films of the year", while also garnering “Best Movie” at GIAA Film Festival in New York City, “Best Drama” at Burbank International Film Festival, and many more.

Over the course of her career she's appeared in numerous features playing opposite such stars as Dennis Hopper, Sondra Locke, and Joe Penny in The Prophet's Game (2000), and Leigh McCloskey, Allyce Beasley, and James Van Patten in the musical feature I Might Even Love You (1998) also known as "Hi Allie..." (1998), in which she also sang the vocals.

In the 1980's and 1990's, she was cast in several memorable television roles, including the quirky desk clerk in "Hearts Are Wild" (1992), the supporting role of Sarah in the made for television movie Casino (1992) (TV), and the role of Amy Sanders in the soap opera "Loving" (1985-1988). She was also fortunate enough to land co-starring roles in such memorable shows as "Family Ties" (1982) and "All My Children" (1970).

Over the years, she has hosted several television programs, including "The Million Dollar Showcase of Homes" and "Discover America" (CNBC). She has appeared in more than 65 television commercials, at the regional and national levels, including the current nationwide campaign for (2011-2014).

Watch her Movie Clips here: activepitch -Tracey Birdsall

Tune in to Tracey's Interview on "TSMS Radio
Wednesday, September 10th at 3pm ET / 12pm PT!