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Tracey Bregman Recht
Tracey Bregman Recht
The Art of Compassion
25th Anniversary Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine

Honorary Committee

Tracey Bregman Recht

Emmy-winning actress Tracey Bregman joined the cast of The Young and the Restless in January 1983 as Lauren Fenmore. She also starred as Lauren Fenmore on The Bold and the Beautiful from September 1995 to 1999, before returning to The Young and the Restless in September 2001.

In 1985, Tracey received her first Emmy for “Outstanding Younger Actress in a Daytime Drama Series” for her work on The Young and the Restless and was nominated again for the award in 1987. In 2006 and 2008, Tracey was nominated for an Emmy in the category of “Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Daytime Drama Series” for her role on The Young and the Restless.

Born in Munich, Germany, Tracey was raised in London, England, until the age of 10. Her family settled in Southern California when she was 11, and Tracey began studying acting with Francis Lederer, A.N.T.A., and at the Lee Strasberg Theatre, while continuing her regular college preparatory education at the Westlake School for Girls. Tracey now studies with Ivana Chubbuck and Gene Bua.

Tracey’s first break came when she landed a three-day role on the daytime drama series Days Of Our Lives. It turned in a two-and-a-half year stint, with Tracey starring as one of the lead characters. Throughout her career, Tracey received numerous awards, including two for “Best Actress in Daytime TV” (Youth In Film Awards), “Most Popular Newcomer” (Daytime TV Magazine), “Most Exciting New Actress in Daytime TV,” “Favorite New Actress” (Canadian People Poll), and “Best Actress” (Soap Opera Digest).

Tracey’s television credits include lead roles in the ABC Afterschool Specials The Girl with E.S.P. and Three on a Date. She had guest-starring roles in the movie-of-the-week Fair Weather Friend and Lifetime’s Sex & Mrs. X. She also guest starred in the primetime television series The Fall Guy, The Love Boat, Gavilan, and Fame. She co-starred in the NBC series Second Family Tree.

Her feature film credits include lead roles in Happy Birthday to Me and The Funny Farm, among others.

Tracey is also a songwriter. She wrote the themes for both The Funny Farm and The Concrete Jungle. She also appeared with the Muppets in a music video for MTV, along with her son Austin. This last year, she has been working on a musical for Broadway based on the children’s book she and friend Toni Bull Bua wrote called When I Dream…The Story of a Boy Who Lost His Once Upon a Time.

Tracey adheres to a macrobiotic vegetarian diet and is very health conscious. She works out regularly, hikes, and has been doing Pilates for 20 years. She is married to real estate developer Ron Recht. They have two boys, Austin and Landon, and reside in Malibu.

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Patricia Howard

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