Traci Lind

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to navigation Jump to search
Traci Lind
Born (1968-04-01) April 1, 1968 (age 51)
Louisville, Kentucky
Years active1984-1997

Traci Lind (born Traci Lin Wemes April 1, 1968, in Louisville, Kentucky) is an American film actress who is known for playing Alex Young in Fright Night Part 2, Christie Langford in Class of 1999 and Missy McCloud in My Boyfriend's Back. She also starred in The Road to Wellville and The End of Violence. She was billed in Fright Night Part 2 and Spellcaster as Traci Lin. She began modeling at age 13 after being discovered by Elite's head, John Casablancas. In 1997, Lind went public with accusations of abuse regarding former boyfriend Dodi Fayed, who later died in a car accident along with his new partner, Diana, Princess of Wales.[1] Later that same year, she retired from acting, saying in a 2013 interview: "I am an intensely private person, so the whole acting thing was just the wrong path for me".[2]



Year Title Role Notes
1986 My Little Girl Alice
1987 A Tiger's Tale Penny
1988 Moving Natalie
1988 Survival Quest Olivia
1988 Fright Night Part 2 Alex As Traci Lin
1988 Spellcaster Yvette As Traci Lin
1990 The Handmaid's Tale Janine / Ofwarren
1990 Class of 1999 Christie Langford
1991 Voyager Charlene
1991 No Secrets Sam
1991 Bugsy Natalie St. Clair
1993 My Boyfriend's Back Missy McCloud
1994 The Road to Wellville Nurse Irene Graves
1996 Kiss & Tell Molly's Roommate
1997 Red Meat Connie
1997 The End of Violence Cat
1997 No Strings Attached Sara Robbins
1997 Cadillac Missy


Year Title Role Notes
1984 Ryan's Hope Pru Shepherd Episode: "18 June 1984"
1986 Club Med Simone LaFontanne TV film
1987 Casanova Heidi TV film
1987 Fame' Joanna Episode: "Ian's Girl"
1987 21 Jump Street Nadia Episode: "America, What a Town"
1987 CBS Schoolbreak Special Susan Atherton Episode: "Juvi"
1987 Werewolf Chrissy Episode: "The Unicorn"
1988 Ohara Amy Allen Episode: "Open Season"
1988 CBS Summer Playhouse Sharon Episode: "Sniff"
1988 Life on the Flipside Better Bea Day TV film
1990 Sky High Dawn TV film
1994 Model by Day Jae TV film
1996 Code Name: Wolverine Monica Gordini TV film


External links[edit]