Tracey Edmonds(Elaine) Biography, Age, Husband, Kids, Parents, Deion Sander

Tracey Edmonds Biography

Tracey Edmonds born Tracey Elaine Edmonds is an American film producer, television personality and businesswoman.

She is the CEO of Edmonds Entertainment Group Inc and also the COO of Our Stories Films.  Tracey is the host of the television show Extra.

She is recently a member of the national board of directors for the Producers Guild of America.

Age| How Old Is Tracey Edmonds?

Edmond was born on February 18, 1967. She is 56 years as of 2023.

Parents| Mother |George |Jacqueline

Edmond’s father is called George McQuarn and her mother is referred to as Jacqueline. Her parents are currently divorced.

Husband|Who Is Tracey Edmonds Married To?| Deion Sanders 2016

From 2012, Tracey has been in a relationship with Deion Sanders, a former American Football and Baseball player who worked for CBS Sports and the NFL Network.

Tracey Edmonds Kids

Tracy and Babyface have two sons together, Brandon and Dylan.She is currently living in Beverly Hills,California with her two sons.

Eddie Murphy| Tracey Edmonds And Eddie Murphy

Tracy later exchanged vows with a famous actor and comedian Eddie Murphy. They married in January 2008 in a private ceremony on an island off Bora Bora.

The couple’s wedding was never officiated and they split two weeks after their unofficial wedding in Bora Bora.

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Tracey Edmonds And Babyface

Edmonds met a popular musician Kenneth “Babyface” Edmonds in 1990. They first met when Tracy was auditioning for the music video “Whip Appeal.”

The duo got married in September 1992 and they have two sons, Brandon and Dylan. They divorced in 2005 due to irreconcilable differences.

Tracey Edmonds Extra

Tracy’s meeting with Kenneth Edmonds in 1992 was a life-changing event for her.

Kenneth was an established name in the music industry and helped Tracey with ideas on how to set up a music-publishing company. The idea turned out to be a profitable venture as she started her company, ‘Yab Yum Entertainment.’

One of the very first artists who got signed under the label was Jon B. Soon. Sooner than later many more musicians joined in and the company became successful.

When she and Kenneth got married they became co-partners and run the company together. Tracy later desired film production and this led to the creation of the ‘Edmonds Entertainment Group’ in 1993.

Film making

The company was initially involved in many aspects of film production. Apart from being equipped with the brains to run a successful business, Tracey also had a good knowledge of the art of film making.

Her debut as a film producer was with the movie ‘Soul Food,’ in 1997. The film was a major commercial success. All the characters in the film were black.

It showed the African–American community in a good light. The film won highly positive reviews and many awards including the ‘NAACP Image Award’ for ‘Outstanding Motion Picture’ and the ‘Acapulco Black Film Festival’ award for the ‘Best Film.’
Motivated by the success of her debut film, Tracey produced another film, ‘Hav Plenty,’ which also featured an all-black cast.


The film was made on a tiny budget but managed to rake in more than 10 times its original budget.
In 1999, she got into commercial movie production with ‘Light It Up,’ whose budget exceeded her previous two films put together.

However, the film didn’t do well and was a financial disappointed. The film tackled the theme of racism but combined it with commercial elements.

In 2000, Tracy decided to enter into TV. Her film debut in TV was with ‘Soul Food: The Series,’ a family drama. When the film was released it became one of the most critically acclaimed TV series of all time.

It got many awards including the ‘NAACP Image Award’ for ‘Outstanding Drama Series’ in 2002 and the consecutive two years.
Thrilled with the success of her debut TV project, she produced two more TV series, ‘Maniac Magee’ and ‘College Hill.’ Both were critically and commercially successful.
In 2007, Tracey produced the film ‘Good Luck Chuck,’ which was her first feature film to have an all-white cast. The film had an interesting premise and was a box-office success. However, it was severely panned by critics due to its plot.
Tracey’s success as a film producer had her earning several major positions in organizations related to the American film industry.

She has served as a member of the board of governors of the ‘Producers Guild of America.’ She has also been a member of the board of trustees of the ‘American Film Institute.’

Tracey Edmonds Net Worth

Tracey has an estimated net worth of $ 30 million as of 2023.