Tracy Harvey

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Tracy Harvey is a comedian, TV presenter, actor and writer from Melbourne, Australia. She is the daughter of long-time Nine Network band leader and music director Geoff Harvey.

Biography[edit]

Tracy appeared in 'Movement' a web series, The Comedy Company[1], The Gillies Report,[2] The Big Gig, Hey Hey It's Saturday Smallest Room In The House, Bert Newton Midday Show, The Pack of Women, COPP This!, Waterfront (a miniseries), Dead Gorgeous and TVC's for Sussan, Myer and Pfizer.

Tracy was a weekly co-host on the Derek Guille program on 774 ABC Melbourne.

Tracy was a member of the alternative comedy breakfast panel radio show Punter to Punter with Trevor Marmalade and Dr Turf. The show was aired on 3XY and 3RRR on Saturday mornings after the Coodabeen Champions during the 1980s.

Tracy played Tammy in The Whittle Family, touring nationally and at Melbourne's Last Laugh Theatre Restaurant.[3][4]

Tracy has written, 'Dear Mum, I'm on the Telly' published by Penguin Books and a weekly column for The Age[5].

Tracy wrote and appeared in PRICK the Musical[6] and Call Girl the Musical[7][8]

In 2006 she appeared in the panel discussion "Are women funny?" along with Denise Scott and Shaun Micallief as part of the Williamstown Literary Festival.[9]

In 2015, Tracy composed and directed Out Of The Blue, a swimming musical.[10]She also played Lois Pickett in The Dressmaker, directed by Jocelyn Moorhouse the same year.[11]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Moran, Albert; Keating, Chris (2009). The A to Z of Australian Radio and Television. Scarecrow Press. p. 102. ISBN 9780810870222.
  2. ^ "INSIDE STORIES THE ALMOST MAX GILLIES SHOW". Canberra Times (ACT : 1926 - 1995). 10 November 1985. p. 48. Retrieved 28 August 2018 – via Trove.
  3. ^ Peter Milne. "The Comedy Alternative -Fools' Paradise". ABC TV. Retrieved 2009-04-20.
  4. ^ Cook, Virginia (24 October 1985). "the good times". Canberra Times. p. 1. Retrieved 28 August 2018 – via Trove.
  5. ^ Elliot, Helen (27 May 1995). "Please stop showing off, Don". Canberra Times. p. 58. Retrieved 28 August 2018.
  6. ^ Standish, John (8 April 2013). "Martin Hughes, Simon Munnery, Tracy Harvey, John Wood". www.abc.net.au. Retrieved 28 August 2018.
  7. ^ Fiona Scott-Norman (24 October 2008). "Taking Time to answer the call". The Age newspaper. Retrieved 2009-04-09.
  8. ^ Drouyan, Coral. "TRACY HARVEY". Stage Whispers. Retrieved 28 August 2018.
  9. ^ Money, Lawrence; Carbone, Suzanne (16 May 2006). "Tracy bares her naked ambition". The Age. Retrieved 28 August 2018.
  10. ^ Burgin, Ellen (13 December 2013). "Out of the Blue". Theatrepeople. Retrieved 28 August 2018.
  11. ^ "Tracy Harvey". BFI. Retrieved 28 August 2018.

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