Tracee Ellis Ross was born on October 29, 1972, in Los Angeles, California, to legendary Motown singer Diana Ross and music manager Robert Ellis Silberstein. The daughter of Diana Ross, after college, Tracee Ellis Ross worked in the magazine industry, which led her to modeling and subsequently acting.
She got her first big acting break with a role in the TV series Girlfriends, which ran from 2000 until 2008. After appearing on several other shows and in movies, in 2014, Ross landed another starring role in the hit series Black-ish. In 2016, Ross won a Golden Globe for her work on the show. Despite being born by one of music’s finest and most celebrated legend, it wasn’t easy to weather the pressure.
Tracee’s always wanted to sing and express herself Musically but in-spite of her success as an actor and model, she was always afraid to do it. And it took that dream years to be realized. She is definitely not a woman who fears much when it comes to her career, but making time to properly record and put out music, made her anxious every passing year. “There was no time to be afraid, but I was terrified,” She admits. but at 47 she defied the odds and did it.
So If Tracee pursued and achieved her dreams of releasing her debut single at 47 in fact,at almost the age of 48? Let no one talk you out of birthing the possibilities you carry. It’s time to do scared!