Tracy Shreve was born and raised in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. She studied dance at The Etobicoke School of the Arts in high school, theatre at Humber College and studies with renowned acting coach, director, producer and author David Rotenberg.
Tracy made her film acting debut in 1993 playing the lead in A Variation on the Key To Life which premiered at the Cannes International Film Festival, won The Gold Plaque Award at the Chicago International Film Festival and The Bronze Award at The Worldfest Charleston in South Carolina.
Tracy appeared in Daniel Baldwins directorial debut Fall starring Micheal Madsen. Recently she starred in Partners In Action a feature film directed by award winning director Sidney Furie.
Her television credits include the pilot for In The Mix which features hip hop artists Faith Evans and Pras. She has appeared in several television shows including Soul Food, Adventure Inc, Mutant X, Witchblade and a recurring role in the Showtime series Hoop Life. Other television credits include The Great Defender, Secret Service, Kung Fu and Top Cops. Tracy is best known for playing, Mrs. Beverly Jackson on PAX TV'S series Doc created by Dave and Gary Johnson. Doc is going into its 4th season.
Tracy and her family live in Toronto where she volunteers with The Beverly Mascoll Community Foundation and The Dave Stewart Foundation. On March 21st, Tracy gave birth to her son Timas who made his television debut on Doc as Beverly’s newborn in the episode entitled “And Baby Makes Four.”