July 7, 1964
Albuquerque, New Mexico, U.S.
Tracy Reiner (born Tracy Henry; July 7, 1964) is an American actress who is the daughter of filmmaker Penny Marshall. She was adopted by Marshall's second husband, filmmaker Rob Reiner, taking the Reiner family name. She is known for her roles in When Harry Met Sally..., Masque of the Red Death, A League of Their Own, and Apollo 13.
Reiner was born Tracy Henry in Albuquerque, New Mexico, the daughter of actress and director Penny Marshall and Michael Henry. She is filmmaker Garry Marshall's niece. Her mother was married for 10 years to Rob Reiner, who adopted her and raised her as his own. Her mother is of Italian, English and Scottish descent. Reiner's adoptive paternal grandparents are actor and comedian Carl Reiner and actress Estelle Reiner (1914-2008). Growing up, fifteen of Reiner's relatives were employed at labs run by the United States Atomic Energy Commission.
Reiner starred in the 1989 film Masque of the Red Death in the role of Lucretia. She has appeared in nearly 30 films, among them Jumpin' Jack Flash (film) (1986), Die Hard (1988), When Harry Met Sally... (1989), A League of Their Own (1992), and Apollo 13 (1995).
Reiner is married and has three children.
|1984||The Flamingo Kid||Polly|
|1988||Die Hard||Thornburg's assistant|
|1988||Beaches||Department store clerk|
|1989||When Harry Met Sally...||Emily|
|1989||New Year's Day||Marjorie|
|1989||Masque of the Red Death||Lucrecia|
|1991||Ted & Venus||Shelly|
|1992||A League of Their Own||Betty "Spaghetti" Horn
(#7, left field/relief pitcher)
|1993||A League of Their Own||Betty "Spaghetti" Horn||TV series|
|1995||Apollo 13||Mary Haise|
|1996||That Thing You Do!||Anita|
|1999||The Other Sister||Michelle|
|2000||Straight Right||Mrs. Parker|
|2001||The New Women||Dr. Fritzi Haller|
|2001||The Princess Diaries||Press Secretary Spencer|
|2004||The Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement||Lady Anthony|
|2016||Bogie and Bacall||Mayo Methot||Pre-production|||
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