• Tracey Edmonds is a TV producer, businesswoman, and the partner of Deion Sanders, a former American Football and baseball player.
• She has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychobiology from Stanford University, and a Doctorate of Business from Southern University.
• She has produced many movies, TV series and shows, and is the CEO and President of her own multi-million dollar enterprise Edmonds Entertainment and AlrightNow.
• She has been in a relationship with Deion Sanders since 2012, and the couple are currently living together in Los Angeles.
• She has won many awards including an Emmy Award in 2016, and her net worth is estimated at over $30 million.
Known for movies
|Net Worth||$30 million|
|Date Of Birth||February 18, 1967|
|Fact||Gave birth to second son. [April 2001]|
- 1 Who is Tracey Edmonds, Deion Sanders’ partner? Wiki Bio
- 2 Childhood and education
- 3 Career as a film producer
- 4 Other business ventures
- 5 Awards and accolades
- 6 Love life and relationship with Deion Sanders
- 7 Hobbies and other interests
- 8 Appearance and net worth
- 9 Who is Deion Sanders? Wiki Bio
- 10 General Info
- 11 Family
- 12 Accomplishments
- 13 Social profile links
- 14 Facts
- 15 Pictures
- 16 Movies
- 17 Awards
Who is Tracey Edmonds, Deion Sanders’ partner? Wiki Bio
Tracey Elaine Edmonds was born in Los Angeles, California USA, on 18 February 1967 – her zodiac sign is Aquarius and she holds American nationality. She is a TV producer and a businesswoman, but possibly better known for being the girlfriend of Deion Sanders, a famous former American Football and baseball player.
Childhood and education
Tracey was raised alongside her younger brother Michael McQuarn, who is now a film producer and director, by their father who was a businessman, and their mother who was a lawyer. Tracey grew up as an organized and responsible person, as her parents were working most of the time and she had to take care of her brother.
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Wow Fam.. Another year has gone by already and IT’S MY BIRTHDAY again! I have 2 birthday requests 😂😂 1. We won’t ask how old I am 2. We can pretend like this is a current photo. Deal? 😜 For real though… I LOVE YOU ALL SO MUCH and I’m SO GRATEFUL for the beautiful energy and love you give me every day! Thank you GOD for another year and for the blessings. Thank you to my sons Brandon and Dylan, to @deionsanders, and to my amazing girlfriends for keeping me LIFTED! #aquarianalltheway 🙏🏽✌🏽❤️
She attended a public high school in Los Angeles where she was mostly focused on her studies, but was also physically active playing soccer and tennis. Upon matriculation, she enrolled at Stanford University, graduating with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychobiology in 1987, while she obtained her Doctorate of Business from Southern University in Baton Rouge, Louisiana in 2004.
Career as a film producer
Tracey launched her career after graduation in 1987, and worked as a film producer for the next 10 years before gaining recognition in 1997, when she produced the comedy film “Soul Food”, starring Vanessa Williams, Vivica A. Fox and Nia Long, and which follows a family which is on the edge of breaking apart; the movie won six awards and was nominated for 11 others.
In 2000, she served as the executive producer for the comedy series “Soul Food: The Series” which won seven National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) Image Awards, and was nominated for 31 others; the series ran until 2004.
From 2004 to 2009, Tracey was the executive producer of the comedy drama series “College Hill”, starring Willie Macc and JayTee Thompson, and which follows eight college students who are struggling to pass their exams and have fun at the same time. The year 2011 saw her produce the comedy drama movie “Jumping the Broom”, which won three awards and was nominated for 13 others. In 2015, she was the executive producer of the romantic comedy movie “With This Ring” starring Regina Hall and Jill Scott, and which won one award and was nominated for eight others.
Around the same time, Tracey produced the reality series “Deion’s Family Playbook” which follows the life of her boyfriend Deion Sanders.
In 2014 she began co-hosting the entertainment news program “Extra”, winning an Emmy Award for her performance, and hosting the show until 2017, while she also hosted the reality competition series “Queen Boss” in 2016. In August 2018, she was the executive producer for the drama series “Games People Play”, which follows three women trying to become professional sportswomen. Tracey’s most recent work has been on the crime drama mystery movie “The Postcard Killings” in 2020, which starred Jeffrey Dean Morgan and Famke Janssen and follows an American detective who is investigating his daughter’s murder in London.
Other business ventures
Since 1993, Tracey has been serving as the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and President of her own multi-million dollar enterprise Edmonds Entertainment, working in the industry including on movies, TV series, and shows. In 2006, she joined Our Stories Films studio as their Chief Operating Officer (COO) and President for nine years, leaving in January 2015 to take up the role of Boardroom Advisor for California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger.
Since August 2012 to this day, Tracey has been working as the CEO, Editor-in-Chief and the President of her own lifestyle and wellness brand AlrightNow, while she is also on the Producers Guild of America’s national board of directors.
Awards and accolades
In 2002, Tracey was rewarded with Ebony Magazine’s Outstanding Women in Marketing & Communications Entrepreneur Award, followed by her receiving the Volunteers of America Legacy of Leadership Award in 2004.
Some of the other awards she has won include the National Organization for Women’s Excellence in Media Award in 2005, an Emmy Award for an Outstanding Entertainment News Program in 2016, and the Alliance for Women in Media SoCal’s Genii Award for Excellence in Entertainment, also in 2016.
Love life and relationship with Deion Sanders
On 5 September 1992, Tracey married Kenneth ‘Babyface’ Edmonds, who is a singer, songwriter, and a record producer. She gave birth to their first son Brandon shortly after the wedding, and in April 2001 to their second son Dylan.
Tracey and Kenneth’s divorce was finalized on 22 June 2007 and Kenneth went on to marry Nicole Pantenburg in 2014.
In 2008, Tracey started dating Eddie Murphy, a famous American actor, comedian, and singer, but their relationship lasted only for a couple of months. Since 2012, Eddie has been dating Paige Butcher (and he has 10 children).
Since 2012, Tracey has been in a relationship with Deion Sanders. Deion was married to Carolyn Chambers from 1989 to 1998 and she gave birth to two of his children. He was then married to Pilar Biggers Sanders from 1999 to 2013, and she gave birth to their three children.
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It appears as Tracey and Deion decided not to have any children together, and not to marry, but they moved in together not long after they started dating, and are currently residing in Los Angeles.
Hobbies and other interests
Tracey is a busy woman who finds it hard to find free time for the things she enjoys doing besides work. She is a huge fan of stand-up comedy, and is good friends with Steve Harvey who is best known for hosting the family game show “Family Feud”. One of her main hobbies is travelling, and she has been to nearly all the US states at least once, while she has also been to Europe on many occasions, visiting countries such as England, France and Italy.
She is a fan of animals, likes to do charity work, and has donated money to several non-profit organizations working with underprivileged children and veterans.
Tracey enjoys watching comedy movies late at night, and some of her favorite actors and actresses are Leslie Nielsen, Eddie Murphy and Sandra Bullock while some of her favorite movies are “Airplane!”, “Meet Dave”, and “Runaway Bride”.
Appearance and net worth
Tracey is 53 years old. She has long black hair and brown eyes, is 5ft 7ins (1.71m) tall, and weighs around 132lbs (60kgs). As of May 2020, her net worth is estimated at over $30 million, while Deion’s net worth is reputedly more than $40 million.
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Who is Deion Sanders? Wiki Bio
Deion Luwynn Sanders was born in Fort Myers, Florida USA, on 9 August 1967, so his zodiac sign is Leo and he holds American nationality. He is currently working as a sports analyst, after playing in the National Football League (NFL) for 14 years.
Deion was raised in Fort Myers, and played football, baseball and basketball while attending North Fort Myers High School. Upon matriculation in 1985, he was selected by the Kansas City Royals baseball team, but decided not to sign with them and attend Florida State University being their football and baseball player, and running track for them. In 1988, he received the Jim Thorpe Award from the Oklahoma Sports Hall of Fame.
Upon graduation, he became a football player but continued playing baseball part-time, playing with four teams for nine years. He is best known for having played with The New York Yankees from 22 June 1988 to 1991 when he signed with the Atlanta Braves, and then in 1997 with the Cincinnati Reds staying with them for one season before taking a three-year break, returning to the Reds in 2001. In the same year, he began playing for the Syracuse Chiefs, then retired from baseball at the end of the year.
He began playing in the NFL in 1989 when he signed with Atlanta Falcons, and stayed with them until 1993.
— Deion Sanders Jr (@DeionSandersJr) April 14, 2020
In 1994, he began playing for the San Francisco 49ers, then on 9 September 1995 moved tothe Dallas Cowboys. He joined the Washington Redskins in 2000 signing a seven-year contract with them, but retired after just one year. He returned in 2004 to play for the Baltimore Ravens, but finally retired from playing in January 2006, when he joined the NFL Network as their sports analyst.
Deion is also a rapper, and his debut album “Prime Time” was released in 1994. He is a writer too, having co-written his autobiography with J. M. Black entitled “Power, Money & Sex: How Success Almost Ruined My Life”. Deion is a philanthropist who has donated an undisclosed amount of money for those hit by Hurricane Katrina in 2005, and challenged all other athletes to donate at least $1,000 to the cause.
|Full Name||Tracey Edmonds|
|Net Worth||$30 million|
|Date Of Birth||February 18, 1967|
|Profession||Television producer, Film producer, Television presenter, Model, Businessperson|
|Children||Dylan Michael Edmonds, Brandon Edmonds|
|Parents||Jacqueline McQuarn, George McQuarn|
|Nominations||Independent Spirit John Cassavetes Award, Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Entertainment News Program|
|Movies||Jumping the Broom, New in Town, Who's Your Caddy?, Good Luck Chuck, Josie and the Pussycats, Punks, Light It Up, Hav Plenty, Soul Food|
|TV Shows||Deion's Family Playbook, Keyshia Cole: The Way It Is, Extra|
|1||Girlfriend of Deion Sanders .|
|2||Longtime friend of Nicole Richie. Nicole's mother, Brenda, is the godmother of one of Tracey's sons.|
|3||Older sister of Michael McQuarn.|
|4||President and COO of Our Stories Films.|
|5||Ex-sister-in-law of Kevon Edmonds and Melvin Edmonds.|
|6||Has 2 sons with ex-husband Kenneth 'Babyface' Edmonds: Brandon and Dylan Michael.|
|7||Attended Stanford University|
|8||President & CEO of Edmonds Entertainment Group.|
|9||Gave birth to second son. [April 2001]|
|Deion's Family Playbook||2014-2015||TV Series executive producer - 22 episodes|
|With This Ring||2015||TV Movie executive producer|
|Mr. Right||2014||Video short executive producer|
|The Choir||2013||TV Series executive producer - 8 episodes|
|Walk This Way||2013||TV Series executive producer - 1 episode|
|Take Action||2013||TV Series executive producer - 12 episodes|
|Jumping the Broom||2011||producer|
|College Hill: South Beach||2009||TV Series executive producer|
|New in Town||2009||producer|
|College Hill Atlanta||2008||TV Series executive producer - 2008|
|College Hill: Interns||2007||TV Series executive producer|
|Who's Your Caddy?||2007||producer|
|Good Luck Chuck||2007||producer - as Tracey Edmonds|
|College Hill||2004-2007||TV Series executive producer - 19 episodes|
|Stage Black||2007||TV Series executive producer|
|DMX: Soul of a Man||2006||TV Series executive producer|
|Lil Kim: Countdown to Lockdown||2006||TV Series executive producer|
|Summer of 77||2004||TV Series executive producer|
|Soul Food||2000-2003||TV Series executive producer - 4 episodes|
|Maniac Magee||2003||TV Movie executive producer|
|Josie and the Pussycats||2001||producer|
|Light It Up||1999||producer|
|Hav Plenty||1997||executive producer|
|Deion's Family Playbook||2014-2015||TV Series created by - 19 episodes|
|Nashville||2015||TV Series||Tracey Edmonds|
|Hav Plenty||1997||Amy Madison|
|Josie and the Pussycats||2001||music supervisor|
|Goodbye Lover||1998||music supervisor - as Tracey Edmonds|
|Deion's Family Playbook||2014||TV Series Created by - 2 episodes|
|Shottas||2002||very special thanks - as Tracey Edmonds|
|Extra||2014-2016||TV Series||Herself - Co-Hostess / Herself - Correspondent / Herself - New Co-Hostess|
|The 47th NAACP Image Awards||2016||TV Movie||Herself - Red Carpet Host|
|FabLife||2016||TV Series||Herself - Guest|
|Black Women in Hollywood Awards||2015||TV Special||Herself - Co-Host|
|Little Women: LA||2015||TV Series||Herself|
|Deion's Family Playbook||2014||TV Series||Herself|
|The Arsenio Hall Show||2014||TV Series||Herself - Guest|
|Real Life Divas||2008||TV Series documentary||Herself|
|Entertainment Tonight||2007||TV Series||Herself|
|The Tyra Banks Show||2006||TV Series||Herself|
|35th NAACP Image Awards||2004||TV Special||Herself|
|34th NAACP Image Awards||2003||TV Special||Herself|
|33rd NAACP Image Awards||2002||TV Special||Herself|
|The Oprah Winfrey Show||1996||TV Series||Herself|
|26th NAACP Image Awards||1994||TV Special||Herself|
|Extra||2014-2016||TV Series||Herself - Co-Hostess / Herself|
|2012||Black Reel||Black Reel Awards||Best Film||Jumping the Broom (2011)|
|2002||John Cassavetes Award||Independent Spirit Awards||Punks (2000)|
Source: IMDb, Wikipedia