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Tracey D'Arcy
For the past six years, TRACEY D'ARCY focused on television and film production before making the decision to direct ANOTHER LIFE (anotherlifeprod.com) , her first live-action short film. After trying her hand at acting, D'Arcy ventured into the realm of production by joining Steven Bochco Productions on the acclaimed ABC series "Murder One," serving as a production assistant. She then ventured into post production on "Brooklyn South" as post-production coordinator for the pilot, ascending rapidly to associate producer of the CBS series. In keeping with her theatre background, became a member of Plymouth, a Los Angeles based theatre company where she produced The Truth About Romeo and Juliet. D'Arcy then served as post-production coordinator on the drama A Price Above Rubies, starring Renee Zellweger.

Returning to episodic television, D'Arcy joined Howard Gordon ("The X-Files") as a co-producer for his original ABC series "Strange World." She then segued to the Fox Television/UPN series "Roswell," where she now serves as a producer. A graduate of California State University, Northridge, D'Arcy took her first industry steps as an art director on the AFI films Laura Sobers, Cherry Pie and God's Beautiful Motel Under The Sea. Returning to episodic television, D'Arcy joined Howard Gordon ("The X-Files") as a co-producer for his original ABC series "Strange World." She then segued to the Fox Television/UPN series "Roswell," where she now serves as a producer. A graduate of California State University, Northridge, D'Arcy took her first industry steps as an art director on the AFI films Laura Sobers, Cherry Pie and God's Beautiful Motel Under The Sea.



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