Tracy Jo Pollan (born June 22, 1960) is an American actress. She is best known for portraying [1 ] Ellen Reed on the sitcom from 1985 to 1987. Family Ties
Early life [ edit ]
Pollan was born in
Long Island, New York, the daughter of Corinne Elaine "Corky" (Staller), a magazine editor, and Stephen Michael Pollan, a financial consultant and writer. She was raised in [1 ] Woodbury, New York. She is of [2 ] Russian Jewish descent. [3 ] She attended the [4 ] Dalton School in Manhattan, New York. She studied acting at the [5 ] Herbert Berghof Studio, and later at the Lee Strasberg Institute. [6 ]
Personal life [ edit ]
Pollan has two sisters, Lori and Dana,
[ and a brother, author ] citation needed Michael Pollan. Her best friend is actress Jennifer Grey. Pollan married Michael J. Fox on July 16, 1988. They have four children together: Sam Michael Fox (born May 30, 1989), twins Aquinnah Kathleen and Schuyler Frances (born February 15, 1995), and Esmé Annabelle (born November 3, 2001). The children were raised in New York. [7 ]
Filmography [ edit ]
For Lovers Only
Baby It's You Leslie
Trackdown: Finding the Goodbar Killer Eileen Grafton
A Good Sport Suzanne
The Baron and the Kid Mary Beth Phillips
The Tender Age Nicki Davis
The Abduction of Kari Swenson
Kari Swenson Television film
A Special Friendship Elizabeth Van Lew
Promised Land Mary Daley
Bright Lights, Big City Vicky
Fine Things Liz O'Reilly
A Stranger Among Us Mara
Golden Raspberry Award for Worst Supporting Actress
Dying to Love You Lisa Ann Rohn
Children of the Dark Kim Harrison
Anna Says Anna
Hench at Home Kay Hench
1st to Die Lindsay Boxer
Beth Holloway Television film
Justice for Natalee Holloway Beth Holloway
Television [ edit ]
Theatre [ edit ]
References [ edit ]
^ a b "Tracy Pollan Biography (1960-)". FilmReference.com . Retrieved August 16, 2012.
^ Lovece, Frank (August 15, 2012 web, August 16, 2012 print). "Michael J. Fox prepares for new show about his life". ( Newsday Long Island, New York). Archived from the original on August 16, 2012 . Retrieved August 16, 2012.
^ Nate Bloom (January 8, 2008). "Interfaith Celebrities: Michael J. Fox Receives Reform Award, Liev Schreiber Narrates Jewish-American" . Retrieved May 25, 2013.
^ Susan Reed (1 August 1988). "Michael J. Fox and Tracy Pollan (Archive)" . Retrieved 25 May 2013.
^ N/A (February 2010). "Tracy Pollan" . Retrieved June 13, 2013.
^ "Interfaith Celebrities: Michael J. Fox Receives Reform Award, Liev Schreiber Narrates "Jewish-Americans" Interfaith Family.com
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