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|Name:||Tracee Ellis Ross|
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|Birth Country:||United States|
|Father:||Robert Ellis Silberstein|
|Height:||5 Feet 7 Inch|
Is Tracee Ellis Ross Lesbian? : No
Tracee Ellis Ross is a famous American Film director, model, actress, comedian, and TV host born on October 29, 1972., in Los Angeles, California, the United States to father Robert Ellis Silberstein and mother Diana Ross. Tracee Ellis Ross belongs to Black American ethnicity and is American by nationality.
After completing high school from The Dalton School, Manhattan, Tracee graduated from Brown University with a theatre degree in 1994. Ross started her career as a model and fashion editor to Mirabella, a woman's magazine published from 1989 to April 2000 and New York magazines. Ross made her big screen debut with the 1996 movie Far Harbor, playing a Jewish/African-American woman.
Ross gained wide recognition with the hit UPN/CW series Girlfriends. She played the main protagonist Joan Carole Clayton on the series. In 2014, Ross was cast opposite to actor/producer Anthony Anderson in ABC's comedy series Black-ish.
Tracee Ellis Ross' height is 5 Feet 7 Inch. Her weight is 55 kg. Her body measurements are 34-22-40.
Tracee Ellis Ross has an estimated net worth of $10 million. She earns approximated $60 thousand/episode for her roles in TV shows.
Ross is active in many social networking sites; Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook.Modify