Tracy has been a familiar face on the big screen and television for many years. Some of her credits include: BIG, Die Hard, Pretty Woman, The Princess Diaries, Apollo 13, When Harry Met Sally, That Thing You Do, and A League of Their Own (Betty "Spaghetti" Horn). Her television work dates back to 1977, appearing on the award-winning show Laverne & Shirley. She has worked with Tom Hanks on many occasions and was part of one of the most memorable scenes in cinematic history that is still heard around the world almost on a daily basis - "There's No Crying in Baseball!"


Tracy's talent is "all in the family." Her mother, a UNM Alumni, is one of the leading female actors, directors and producers in the history of film & television - the late, great Penny Marshall. Her adoptive father (Penny's second husband) is Rob Reiner. Tracy's uncle was the amazing writer, producer and actor, Garry Marshall. All in all, Tracy has appeared in nine films directed by her uncle, four films directed by her mother, and two films directed by Rob Reiner.

Be sure to get your tickets to to An Intimate Conversation with Tracy Reiner at UNM's Keller Hall on Friday, September 27, 11am, as Filmmaker Jonathan Matthews moderates a discussion with Tracy about three of her favorite things - film, family and green chile!


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