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Actress who became known for her role as Joan Clayton on the popular television series Girlfriends. In 2014, she began playing Rainbow Johnson on the ABC comedy Black-ish and went on to star in the show’s prequel spin-off called Mixed-ish, which chronicles her early years.
She studied acting at Brown University.
In 2018, she was nominated for a Shorty Award for Best Actor for her role in Black-ish.
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|Rhinoplasty (Nose Job)||N/A|
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Tracee Ellis Ross Inspirational Quotes
"I used to watch my mom put her makeup on for the stage, and it was one of the most special moments. I would sit quietly on the dressing room floor and watch her put her face on. I think she looks most beautiful in the morning when she wakes up with no makeup on... it's my favorite look on women."Tracee Ellis Ross
"Human rights, race relations, gender politics, health care, and foreign policy - it's a lot to keep track of, and yet all of these things affect us in our daily lives. Making sense of everything requires meticulous unpacking of feelings, delicate navigation of social norms, and a community of love to help along the way."Tracee Ellis Ross
"Putting all your eggs in one basket has never worked for me. Personally, I find if I decide too quickly that someone is my match, I start to get a little nutty."Tracee Ellis Ross
"My natural disposition is pretty joyful, but you know, I have bad days and sad moments like anybody else."Tracee Ellis Ross
"Blackish' is set in current times. So, doing a police brutality episode in current times when kids are watching our show, it gives them an access point to have these kinds of conversations as family."Tracee Ellis Ross