Tracy Shayne ( Peter Scolari Wife ) : Family, Net Worth, Parents, Husband, Children and Career

Tracy Shayne ( Peter Scolari Wife ) is an American actress know all about her in this article as like her Family, Net Worth, Parents, Husband, Children and Career

Tracy Shayne ( Peter Scolari Wife ) : Family, Net Worth, Parents, Husband, Children and Career
  Bio
Name Tracy Shayne
Birthdate ( Age) 50's
Place of Birth New York
Nationality American 
Marital Status  Married
Spouse/Partner Peter Scolari
Children yes
Parents Name not Known
Profession American Actress
Net Worth $1 Million - $2 Million
Last Update October 2021

Tracy Shayne is an American actress hailing from Brooklyn, New York.The star is best known for starring in the TV series Blindspot, Law and Order, and Homeland.

She is also a Broadway actress and has appeared in productions such as Bronx Bombers, Chicago, The Phantom of the Opera, Les Miserables, and A Chorus Line.

Tracy Shayne and Peter Scolari

Tracy Shayne married with Peter Scolari on June 21, 2013.The intimate wedding took place at a New York City apartment, which belonged to a friend of the couple.After the wedding, the couple celebrated at Glass Tavern restaurant with friends and family.This was Scolari’s fourth wedding as he was formerly married to Lisa Kretzchmar, actress Debra Steagal, and Cathy Trien.

Only six months after their wedding, Scolari and Shayne also played an on-screen couple in Broadway’s “Bronx Bombers.” The couple took the roles of MLB icon, Yogi Berra and his wife, Carmen.In an interview, the couple opened up about the experience of preparing for the challenging roles and meeting Berra and his wife.Here is another beautiful inside story of the marriage of one of Hollywood’s strongest couples, Harrison Ford and Calista Flockhart.

Tracy Shayne Net Worth

Tracy Shayne is an American actress and Wife of Peter Thomas Scolari was an American actor has an estimated Net Worth around $2 Million in 2021.

Peter Scolari

Peter Scolari was an American actor, best known for his roles as Michael Harris on Newhart (1984–1990) and Henry Desmond in Bosom Buddies (1980–1982).Scolari received three Emmy nominations for his work on Newhart and won the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series for his recurring role as Tad Horvath on Girls in 2016.

Scolari's first ongoing role was in his first short-lived 1980 sitcom Goodtime Girls, as the juggling neighbor of the title characters. He was then cast co-starring with then-unknown Tom Hanks, in another sitcom Bosom Buddies, as two young creative professionals who disguise themselves as women to get an affordable apartment in a women-only building.

After Bosom Buddies was cancelled in 1982, and still struggling as an actor, Scolari joined the cast of Newhart, opposite Bob Newhart, in 1984, where he played Michael Harris, the yuppie local TV producer, until the series' conclusion in 1990.

Following central roles in the unsuccessful series Family Album and Dweebs, Scolari spent three seasons playing inventor Wayne Szalinski, a role originated on film by Rick Moranis, in the TV adaptation of the Disney film Honey, I Shrunk the Kids. He later had a recurring role as the father of Lena Dunham's character on HBO's Girls, for which he won an Emmy in 2016. He also portrayed Gotham City’s corrupt police commissioner, Gillian B. Loeb, in Fox’s superhero crime drama Gotham.

Scolari appeared on Broadway in Wicked, Sly Fox, Hairspray,and Lucky Guy, which reunited him with his Bosom Buddies co-star Tom Hanks. Scolari also appeared Off Broadway in Old Man Joseph and His Family, The Exonerated, In the Wings, The Music Man, and White's Lies.Peter Scolari died early this morning following a two-year battle with cancer. He was 66.His death was announced by Ellen Lubin Sanitsky at Wright Entertainment.