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Brooklyn, New York, USA
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Ryan`s Hope, Passions
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Linda Tracey Ross (born February 27th, 1959 in Brooklyn, Ne York) is an NAACP Image Award winning actress, best known for roles on the soap opera Ryan`s Hope (1985-1987)and Passions (1999-2008). In 1984, she became the first winner in the Spokesmodel catagory on the television series Star Search.
Ross was nominated for the NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Actress in a Daytime Drama Series for nine consecutive years, for her performance as Dr. Eve Russell on Passions. Ross won the award on March 2nd, 2007.
Ross has also had a number of television series guest appearances, on shows such as The Cosby Show, Roc, Baywatch Nights, and Providence. Ross also appeared on the popular dating show Blind Date. Much like many dates on the show however, Ross` dating experience was unsuccessful as she did not appear to show interest in her date (unlike her date who was very interested in her).
She is currently in a relationship with her Passions co-star Ben Masters.
Tracey has a son, Bryce, born in 1988.
On several occasions, Ross has stated that she identifies most with Ayn Rand`s Objectivism, and that Atlas Shrugged is her favorite book.
She is not related to either Tracee Ellis Ross or fellow soap opera actress Rhonda Ross Kendrick, who both have Diana Ross as their mother.
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Linda Tracey Ross
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Linda Tracey Ross (born February 27, 1959; Brooklyn, New York, U.S.), best known as Tracey Ross, is an NAACP Image Award winning actress, best known for roles on the soap operas Ryan's Hope (1985–1987) and Passions (1999–2008). In 1984, she became the first winner in the Spokesmodel category on the television series Star Search.
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