Actress Tracey Gold has currently been hosting interviews on the local radio station in Santa Clarita at KHTS AM-1220.
Tracey Gold has been an actress since the age of four when she first appeared in a Pepsi print ad. She had roles in TV series and appeared in a few films before landing her star role in “Growing Pains.”
On “Growing Pains” she received the role of a teenager named Carol Seaver. The show ran from 1985 to 1992, where she grew up on the show and in real-life. She was a teenager while on “Growing Pains” and was under the public eye and scrutiny, later leading to her anorexia.
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After struggling with anorexia, she was told to leave “Growing Pains” until her health recovered.
Once she was on the road to better health in 1994, she started speaking publicly about her fight with anorexia and continues to spread the knowledge of her experience and help others who struggle with anorexia to overcome their battle as well.
Not only did she share her story, but she has also hosted the show “Starving Secrets” on Lifetime to help other young woman suffering with negative body images and anorexia.
She is fully recovered.
In October of 1994, she married Roby Marshall, whom she had met through her co-star on “Growing Pains.” Marshall works at KHTS radio.
Tracey Gold is a mother of four sons and has taken more time to be herself lately. She played so many different characters since the age of four, she is now taking the time to be a mother.
She still has some on-screen roles in TV movies and hosting reality programs.
She has been a resident of Santa Clarita for 11 years where she has raised her four sons.
Gold is a big supporter of Santa Clarita with her boys attending the local schools. She claims to know the Santa Clarita Valley very well being familiar with many places.
She originally lived in the San Fernando Valley and decided to come to Santa Clarita because it is “a great place to raise kids, we loved the school system, and we fell in love with the [Santa Clarita] Valley,” claimed Gold.
Currently, Gold has been filling in for Karena Thek on her weekly show here at the station. She and Janice Murray host the Alive and Well show with special guests changing weekly. They speak of being healthy and new possibilities for feeling young.
One special guest was Rosemary Murphy from Beyond Harmony, a local Santa Clarita Spa.
Tracey Gold herself has been to Beyond Harmony herself. She claims to love it and that, “It was really a great experience.”
Beside hosting the radio shows, she is enjoying her summer and is busy with her four sons. Her plans for the future include more projects.
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“I’ve been acting since I was four,” said Gold, “I have a couple of projects in the works.”
She has made local appearances in the Santa Clarita Valley including being a judge for the Texaco Country Showdown and being on stage to present the new local finalist of the event.
Tracey Gold can be seen around the SCV with her family and in the future on other films or TV shows because of her love for acting.
Source: Santa Clarita News