Tracey Elvik

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Tracey Elvik
Born Tracey Rice
Manchester, England
Height 5 ft 6 in (1.68 m)

Tracey Elvik (also Tracey Rice) a former Page 3 girl of the '80s and '90s, appearing in publications like the Sun and Daily Star.[1]

Elvik was born in Manchester, and brought up in Warrington. She started her modelling career at 17 when she appeared in the Daily Mirror on Grand National Day 1986. She appeared on Page 3 of the UK's tabloid papers 108 times[citation needed] and in 100 calendars in her career for the likes of Mintex, Marboro, GKN Chep, Forodo and Howsen Algraphy.[citation needed]

She retired from modelling in 1993 after the birth of her son, then went onto study television and video production and gained two diplomas in the field. She is married and commutes between Egypt, where she lives with her husband, and London.


  1. ^ Tracey Elvik - Biography, - The Sun, Retrieved July 5, 2011