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Tracey Claire Fisher

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Tracey Gold (born Tracey Claire Fisher; May 16, 1969) is an American actress and former child star best known for playing Carol Seaver on the 1980s sitcomGrowing Pains.

Early life[edit]

Gold was born in New York City. Her younger sister is fellow actress Missy Gold, who appeared on the sitcom Benson from 1979 to 1986; their mother, Bonnie Fisher, was an advertising executive.[1]

The name 'Gold' is a shortened form of the name acquired by Tracey and Missy when they were adopted by Harry Goldstein, who married Fisher when Tracey was a preschooler; an actor in his own right (he had supporting roles in Carrie and on The Secrets of Isis), he later became a Hollywood agent. Missy and Tracey have three younger sisters, Brandy, Jessica (Jessie), and Cassandra (Cassie) Gold. Both Brandy[2] and Jessie[3] are actors.

Acting career[edit]

Gold has been an actress since the age of four, first appearing in a Pepsi print ad. She appeared in two canceled series, Shirley with Shirley Jones in 1979, and Goodnight Beantown, starring Bill Bixby in 1983. Gold was originally cast as the youngest daughter in the original pilot series of the sitcom Gimme A Break! starring Nell Carter, but was replaced by actress Lara Jill Miller when the show went to series. She played one of Albert Finney and Diane Keaton's four daughters in the feature film Shoot the Moon (1982). Gold also guest starred on her sister Missy's series Benson in 1985, playing the cousin of Missy's character, Katie Gatling.

In 1985, Gold auditioned for the role of Carol Seaver on Growing Pains, but was not initially cast. The actress chosen for the pilot was Elizabeth Ward, who had starred alongside Gold in The Hand-Me-Down Kid, a 1983 ABC Afterschool Special. However, test audiences did not favor Ward in the role of Carol, and she was promptly replaced by Gold. Growing Pains ran from 1985 until 1992. During this time, Gold became a famous teen star and battled anorexia. In 1988, Gold also starred as Angela Strull in the teen filmDance 'til Dawn.

On the 9 of August 1988, Tracey and her two sisters were the only celebrities at the funeral of Judith Barsi. She read A Child Of Mine (from the poet Edgar Albert Guest) as eulogy.

After the end of the series, Gold continued to work as an actress. Over the next decade, she starred in several television movies.

Battle with anorexia[edit]

From about the age of seven, Gold stated she thought about dieting, having learned the word and the concept on the many television sets she worked on as a very busy child actress. She became preoccupied with the television movie The Best Little Girl in the World, starring actress Jennifer Jason Leigh, about an anorexic teenager. In her autobiography, Gold says that in an attempt to control her development into a woman, she began restricting what she ate. When she was 11, she was diagnosed with the early stages of anorexia nervosa by her family pediatrician after a weight loss that accompanied a growth spurt. After some counseling, she eventually returned to a more normal weight for most of her teenage years. In 1988 at age 19, Gold gained some weight over the Growing Pains series hiatus. That season, the sitcom's scripts called for her to be the brunt of fat jokes from her television brothers for many episodes in a row.

Beginning in October 1988, Gold dieted from 133 pounds to about 110 pounds on a medically supervised 500-calorie-a-day (2,100 kJ) diet, but still occasionally the scripts included fat jokes at her expense. In her autobiography, she says that between 1989 and 1991, she became increasingly obsessed with food and her weight and continued to slowly and steadily lose weight. In 1990, Gold began group therapy in an eating disorder program, but only learned more ways to lose weight. That season, her problem with weight loss was touched upon slightly on her television series, when Gold is seen looking at her body in a carnival mirror, and describes to another character the distorted image in her head. In 1991, she started starving herself more than ever and vomiting, and lost a massive amount of weight, to the point that she was admitted to a hospital in early 1992. Her lowest weight is estimated to have been near 80 pounds. She was suspended from the show for her skeletal appearance. Photos of Gold's emaciated body were plastered all over tabloid magazines, and she was one of the first celebrities ever to be formally outed for anorexia. She last appeared in the 1991 episode, 'Menage a Luke' after missing the two prior episodes where her problem is very obvious in some scenes, and did not return until the last two episodes of the series in the late spring of 1992, although she was not nearly recovered at this point.

After a several year struggle, Gold eventually recovered, and starred in the television movie For the Love of Nancy (1994) with Jill Clayburgh. The film explored a young woman's battle with anorexia and its effects on her family. Although she was warned of the possibility that she had done damage to her reproductive organs by the years of anorexia, Gold was later able to bear four children. As she entered her thirties, she maintained a normal weight for her body structure, and often holds speaking engagements warning young women about the dangers of eating disorders, while continuing work as an actress.[4]

Personal life and post-Growing Pains[edit]

Gold met her husband Roby Marshall through Growing Pains co-star Joanna Kerns, who portrayed Marshall's mother in the TV miniseries adaptation of the 1989 true crime book Blind Faith by Joe McGinniss. Marshall had served as a consultant on the miniseries, which dramatized the 1984 case in which his father, Toms River, New Jersey, businessman Robert O. Marshall, was charged with (and later convicted of) the contract killing of his wife (and Roby's mother) Maria. [5]

Gold and Marshall married on October 8, 1994, and have four sons: Sage Gold (b. February 16, 1997), Bailey Vincent (b. March 4, 1999), Aiden Michael (b. May 9, 2004), and Dylan Christopher (b. April 1, 2008).[6]

In 2003, Gold wrote the book Room to Grow: An Appetite for Life with Julie McCarron.

In 2003, Gold appeared in an episode of the TV show The Dead Zone as the character Penny Barton. Gold was a contestant on the program Celebrity Mole: Yucatán in 2004, and starred in the movie Safe Harbor in 2006. She is currently hosting the TV Guide Channel mini-show Trapped in TV Guide. In addition, she is the host of the TLC series The Secret Life of a Soccer Mom, which debuted on March 3, 2008.[7] Recently, Gold appeared as the spokesperson in 'Baby Sleeps Safe', a national television infomercial for Baby Guardian. On January 2, 2012, she appeared on the ABC network's reality series, Celebrity Wife Swap, trading places with singer Carnie Wilson for a week. On July 24, 2013, Gold returned to sitcoms with an appearance on the Melissa & Joey episode, 'Something Happened,' as one half of a lesbian couple with a home-schooled daughter.[8] Gold starred in the first episode of Heartbreakers called 'Shot Through The Heart' on ID on August 13, 2014.

Arrest[edit]

In 2004, Gold was arrested for drunk driving after rolling her SUV down a California freeway embankment.[9] Gold was arrested by California Highway Patrol officers and charged with a felony count of driving under the influence causing injury. According to a CHP spokesman, Gold was driving a 2001 GMC Yukon on Route 118 on September 3 when she lost control of the vehicle. While Gold's husband and two of her sons (ages five and five months) were not seriously injured in the late-night crash, the actress's oldest child, 7-year-old Sage, suffered a broken clavicle and a head laceration. After CHP officers administered sobriety tests, Gold was arrested on the DUI charge, said CHP spokesman Steve Reid. Booked under her married name, Tracey Gold Marshall, she spent five hours in the Ventura lockup before being released on $50,000 bail.[10]

Filmography[edit]

Film
YearTitleRoleNotes
1978A Rainy DayStephanie as a ChildShort film
1982Shoot the MoonMarianne Dunlap
1986The Best of TimesJaki's Friend (uncredited)
1988The Girl Next DoorAnnie
1990The WilliesCarol Seaver
1998WantedSue Bentley
2001What's the Worst That Could Happen?Woman at Auction (uncredited)
2008Solar FlareDr. Joanna Clark
2011Your Love Never FailsSamantha PierceVideo
2014My Dad's a Soccer MomLori Brookstone
2016All Hallows' EveDidi Hallow
Television
YearTitleRoleNotes
1976Captains and the KingsRosemary ArmaghTV miniseries
1977RootsYoung Missy ReynoldsTV miniseries
1978The Dark Secret of Harvest HomeMissy PenroseTV miniseries
1978Night CriesDonna BlankenshipTV movie
1978Little MoCindy BrinkerTV movie
1978Quincy, M.E.Lisa CarsonEpisode: 'A Test for Living'
1979The Incredible Journey of Doctor Meg LaurelLaurie Mae MoonTV movie
1979Eight Is EnoughTracey KappletonEpisode: 'Best of Friends'
1979Jennifer: A Woman's StoryEmma PrinceTV movie
1979The Child StealerPamTV movie
1979CHiPsLinda/DonnaEpisode: 'Drive, Lady, Drive: Part 1'
Episode: 'Drive, Lady, Drive: Part 2'
1979Fantasy IslandMonicaEpisode: 'Amusement Park/Rock Stars'
1979–1980ShirleyMichelle Miller13 episodes
1980Here's BoomerLaurieEpisode: 'Overboard'
1980Trapper John, M.D.EllieEpisode: 'Girl Under Glass: Part 1'
Episode: 'Girl Under Glass: Part 2'
1980Marilyn: The Untold StoryYoung Norma JeanTV movie
1981CBS Afternoon PlayhouseCarrieEpisode: 'I Think I'm Having a Baby'
1981A Few Days in Weasel CreekBuddyTV movie
1981CBS LibraryJaneEpisode: 'A Tale of Four Wishes'
1982Father MurphyJennyEpisode: 'Eight-Eight Keys to Happiness'
1982Beyond Witch MountainTiaTV movie
1982The PhoenixJanEpisode: 'The Fire Within'
1983Another Woman's ChildLisaTV movie
1983ABC Afterschool SpecialAri JacobsEpisode: 'The Hand Me Down Kid'
1983Thursday's ChildAlixTV movie
1983Who Will Love My Children?Pauline FrayTV movie
1983Fantasy IslandMichelle RobbinsEpisode: 'Three's a Crowd/Second Time Around'
1983–1984Goodnight, BeantownSusan Barnes18 episodes
1984Trapper John, M.D.Jennifer RobinsEpisode: 'Where There's a Will'
1985A Reason to LiveEllen MaynesTV movie
1985Lots of LuckCindy MarisTV movie
1985BensonLauraEpisode: 'Katie's Cousin'
1985–1992Growing PainsCarol Seaver166 episodes
1986The BlinkinsShady (voice)TV movie
1988Dance 'til DawnAngela StrullTV movie
1990DuckTales: The Movie SpecialHostessTV movie
1990ABC Afterschool SpecialShauna KellyEpisode: 'A Question About Sex'
1993Labor of Love: The Arlette Schweitzer StoryChrista UchytilTV movie
1994For the Love of NancyNancy WalshTV movie
1995Sleep, Baby, SleepSylvie PiersonTV movie
1995Lady Killer (1995 film)SharonTV movie
1995Beauty's RevengeBethTV movie
1995Stolen InnocenceStacyTV movie
1996A Kidnapping in the FamilySarah Landers TaylorTV movie
1996Face of EvilDarcy Palmer / Barbara RichardsTV movie
1996The Perfect DaughterAlexandra MichaelsonTV movie
1996Diagnosis: MurderAmyEpisode: 'An Explosive Murder'
1996To Face Her PastLori MolinaTV movie
1998Dirty Little SecretSarah WheetleyTV movie
1998Touched by an AngelDarlene JonesEpisode: 'Vengeance Is Mine: Part 1'
1998Promised LandDarlene JonesEpisode: 'Vengeance Is Mine: Part 2'
1998The Girl Next DoorAnne 'Annie' NolanTV movie
1999A Crime of PassionAlyssa PierceTV movie
2000Chicken Soup for the SoulAnita1 episode
2000Stolen from the HeartLeslie WagnerTV movie
2000Twice in a LifetimeBlair Wilson / Polly MurtaughEpisode: 'Party Girls'
2000The Growing Pains MovieCarol SeaverTV movie
2001She's No AngelLiddy CarlyleTV movie
2002Wildfire 7: The InfernoNell SwansonTV movie
2003Stephen King's Dead ZonePenny BartonEpisode: 'Misbegotten'
2004Growing Pains: Return of the SeaversCarol SeaverTV movie
2005Captive HeartsElizabeth SorensonTV movie
2006Safe HarborCarly SeganTV movie
2006Trapped in TV GuideHostTV series
2007Final ApproachLina HowrenTV movie
2009Sight UnseenMollyTV movie
2012ArachnoquakeKatelynnTV movie
2013Melissa & JoeyPollyEpisode: 'Something Happened'
2016I Know Where Lizzie IsJudithTV movie
2017Battle of the Network StarsHerselfEpisode: 'Competition 20'
2017Daily Blast LiveHerselfHost

References[edit]

  1. ^'Tracey Gold Biography (1969–)'. www.filmreference.com.
  2. ^'Brandy Gold'. IMDb. Retrieved 16 May 2021.
  3. ^'Jessie Gold'. IMDb. Retrieved 16 May 2021.
  4. ^'My Story – Tracey Gold'. thetraceygold.com.
  5. ^Gold's father-in-law spent nearly 22 years on death row in New Jersey before his death sentence was overturned in May 2006. In August 2006, he was resentenced to life in prison with the possibility of parole in 2014.
  6. ^'It's Another Boy for Tracey Gold' – In Touch OnlineArchived 2008-04-11 at archive.today April 2, 2008
  7. ^'TLC – Official Site'. tlc.discovery.com.
  8. ^''Melissa & Joey' Episode 'Something Happened' Airs On ABC Family July 24, 2013'.
  9. ^'Growing Pains Star Tracey Gold Arrested Fox News online sept 15 2004'.
  10. ^'Tracey Gold In Felony DUI Bust'. The Smoking Gun. 22 July 2010.

External links[edit]

  • Tracey Gold at the TCM Movie Database
  • Tracey Gold at IMDb
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good friends. Then Jeff wanted to take the partnership somewhere she wasn’t comfortable going—the

bedroom. Everything had gone downhill from there. The final straw came when he decided to take what he

wanted. She’d fought back, practically ripping off his face in the process, something that earned her a

reputation as a tease, a slut, and a ball breaker. Along with a brand new nickname—Poison Ivy.

After that, it was almost guaranteed her second partnership would start off on bad footing. And it had.

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Ivy had begged John to give her someone from the FBI or CIA, someone who wasn’t another type A

asshole. She’d even tried to talk him into pairing her up with another EVA. But the DCO didn’t pair up

EVAs with other EVAs. That was department policy.

So, she was saddled with Landon, for better or worse. Hopefully for the better, given the way he’d

handled himself during their sparring match.

That twisting takedown he’d used to end the match? She’d never seen anything like that. Clawing his

chest hadn’t even distracted him from overpowering her. She smiled as she remembered the confusion on

his face when she pointed out his shredded T-shirt.

She picked up her grocery bags and walked out of the store. The biggest surprise hadn’t been Landon’s

reluctance to fight her because she was a woman, but her reaction to him as a man.

He looked better in uniform than any man had a right to. A military uniform, particularly the

camouflage Army Combat Uniform, was cut to make all men look good, but on Landon it was downright

criminal. The man was six-foot-four and built. When he’d pinned her against him, it had taken every bit of

her self-control to stop from leaning over to lick him. She was completely comfortable with her animal

side, but sometimes she felt as if someone else was in charge of her baser desires. Like back in that room

when she’d been locked in Landon’s arms.

Regardless of her physical attraction to him, though, she was sure going to keep Landon at arm’s length.

Even if department policy didn’t prohibit partners from getting romantically involved, there was no way

she’d ever get friendly with a military grunt. He might seem nice now, but it wouldn’t last. Sooner or later,

something would set him off and he’d go right back to being the asshole he probably was.

That unpleasant thought accompanied her home. A corner unit in a high-rise building with a view of

downtown DC, the apartment was her sanctuary from the rest of the world. It was big and comfortable, and

with the addition of various things she’d collected on her travels, she’d slowly made it feel more like home.

Her cell phone rang as she walked in. Rather than try to extricate herself from the grocery bags to

answer it, she let it go to voice mail, then checked her messages after she set the bags on the granite counter

in the kitchen. There were four other messages in addition to the one she’d missed. She scrolled through

them and groaned when she saw that three of them were from Clayne Buchanan, one of the other shifters at

the DCO. He’d always been a good friend, but lately he’d made it obvious he wanted to be more than that.

He was a great guy, and she wished she felt the same way about him, but she didn’t and was sure she never

would. That didn’t stop him from trying to change her mind. She should call him back, but knew if she did,

he’d read too much into it. She’d see him at the DCO tomorrow before she and Landon went to the training

complex.

The fourth call was from Kendra.

“Hey, girl! You took off so fast after the admin briefing with Landon that I didn’t get a chance to talk to

you, and I’m dying to know what you think about your new partner. God, what a hottie. Gotta love a man

in uniform, huh? Anyway, call me.”

Ivy shook her head. As if she hadn’t noticed how gorgeous Landon was. Friend or not, she wasn’t

going to call Kendra back, at least not right away. She was still mad at Kendra for not telling her ahead of

time that her new partner was Special Forces.

The message she’d missed while juggling grocery bags was from her mom. She dialed her parents’

number, then turned on the speaker so she could talk while she put the groceries away. Her mother

answered on the second ring.

“Ivy, dear! I’m so glad you called back.”

“Don’t I always?”

“Except when you’re on one of those trips you keep going on. I never know where you are.”

Ivy didn’t say anything. Her father had always shielded her mother from the dangers of his job as a

police officer, and Ivy had found herself doing the same thing when she joined the DCO. Her mom didn’t

know she risked her life for her country every day, or that Jeff had gotten the boot because he’d tried to

rape her, or that Dave had been killed on a mission. And while her mother might suspect, Ivy knew her

mom preferred to be blissfully ignorant.

“You’re coming to Layla’s graduation party next weekend, aren’t you?” her mom asked. “Everyone’s

going to be here and they all want to see you. Including your father and me.”

That was her mother’s way of saying she hadn’t visited in a while. Ivy chewed on her lower lip as she

put a box of cereal in the cabinet. Her parents lived in Virginia, so it was close enough for her to stop by

and see them on a regular basis, but things had been crazy since Dave died. She couldn’t tell her mom she’d

been busy with endless psych evaluations for the past couple of months.

“I’ll try to make it, Mom, but I’m breaking in a new partner again, so I’m going to be insanely busy at

work.”

Which was a pain. She really wanted to be there for her sister’s party, especially since she hadn’t been

able to go to Layla’s college graduation. But she had no idea how long training with Landon would take, or

if Todd and Kendra would make them work through the weekend.

“Again?” Her mother’s voice took on a note of disapproval. “I don’t understand why they keep

changing your partners. It doesn’t seem very efficient. How are you supposed to get to know any of them?”

Mom had always been big on Dad bonding with his partners, too. Ivy opened the freezer and put a stack

of frozen dinners inside. “I know, Mom. Hopefully, this will be the last one for a while.”

“Well, will we at least get a chance to meet him? Or is this new partner a woman?”

“It’s a guy. I don’t know about you meeting him, though. We’ll see.”

It was a lie, but it placated her mother, who launched into a funny story about how hard it had been

finding the perfect graduation gift for Layla. Ivy laughed, relieved to talk about something besides her new

partner. She wanted to keep work—and Landon—as separate from her personal life as she could.

***

The same guy who’d picked Landon up at the airport drove him and his bags to a furnished apartment

in Alexandria. In addition to finding his Ford F150 parked in a space out front, he discovered half a dozen

pairs of black Army Combat Uniforms, four duffel bags, and a stack of boxes in the center of the living

room, along with the keys to his truck. It was his stuff from Fort Campbell. Well, the DCO was nothing if

not efficient.

He looked at the small pile of possessions. It was pitiful. But he’d never been big on material stuff. If he

had a bed, a couch, and a television, he was good. Based on what Todd and Kendra had said during the

briefing, it didn’t sound like he was going to have any more free time working for the DCO than he’d had

with his unit.

According to the two training officers, he and Ivy were going to be doing a lot of training over the next

few months. That wasn’t a big deal. Special Forces had pretty much cornered the market when it came to

training. Between Basic, AIT, Airborne School, Special Forces Assessment, SFQC, SERE, and LET, it took

two years to become a Green Beret, so he didn’t have a problem with that part. He was surprised when

Todd said there was no way of telling how long the training would take. If he and Ivy did well, it would be

weeks. If they did poorly, it was going to be a hell of a lot longer than that. All Landon knew for certain

was that he and Ivy would be staying at the DCO training complex in Virginia for the duration of it. He was

more interested in what kind of work he and Ivy would be doing anyway, and found out they’d specialize

in infiltration, recon and surveillance, intel acquisition, and “elimination” work.

Landon sighed and looked at the boxes. Unpack or not to unpack. Not. Definitely not. He was way too

tired. All he wanted to do was shower, crash, and make up for two weeks’ worth of sleep deprivation. But

there was something he had to do first.

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He took a quick shower, then pulled on jeans and a T-shirt. Grabbing the keys to his truck, he picked up

his cell phone and googled directions to Walter Reed Military Medical Center in Bethesda as he walked out

the door. It was going to be hard, but he needed to face the demons that had been haunting him and go see

Jayson.

It was always rough when a brother went down in combat, but he and Jayson Harmon had bonded the

moment the lieutenant had become his assistant detachment commander two years ago. Next to Angelo, the

other officer was his closest friend. Which was why the idea of Jayson lying in a bed broken hurt Landon

so much. That and the fact Landon was responsible for him being there.

Landon kept thinking of the ambush that left Jayson injured. The brutality of it gave many soldiers

flashbacks and left them in a cold sweat, even now. He swore under his breath, quickly squashing the

images. He couldn’t go there right now. He needed to walk in that room and be strong for Jayson, not

tearing up like a teenage girl.

He only wished he knew what he was walking into. Unfortunately, he and his teammates hadn’t been

able to get many details about Jayson’s condition after he’d been medevaced out. But they knew it had been

bad. Then again, people with hangnails and paper cuts didn’t get sent to Walter Reed Military Medical

Center. The only soldiers who went there were the ones with severe injuries.

The facility was bigger than he thought it would be. It took Landon a while to find Jayson’s room.

When he got there, he didn’t go in right away. He stood outside the door, psyching himself up and

rehearsing what he wanted to say.

Hey, Jayson. Just stopped by to see how you’re doing. Since the doctors dug all that shrapnel out of

your back, I mean.

Yeah, that was what Jayson needed. A reminder of what happened to him. As if he wasn’t reminded

every time he looked down at his useless legs.

Landon took a deep breath.
Stop
being
such
a
coward
and
get
your
ass
in
there.

Not wanting to disturb Jayson if he was sleeping, Landon didn’t knock, but instead slowly pushed the

door open. He hadn’t been sure what to expect—that Jayson would be lying flat on his back in bed, he

guessed—but his friend was sitting in a chair by the window overlooking the common area. He looked

thinner than the last time Landon had seen him and had a serious case of bedhead, but otherwise, he was

the same as Landon remembered.

Landon knocked softly on the open door.

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Jayson’s handshake was just as firm as it had always been. That was something.

“I’d get up, but…” He nodded to the other chair by the window. “Sit down.”

Landon took him up on the offer. The place didn’t look like the usual hospital room. There was no

obvious disinfectant smell lingering in the air or dingy curtain hanging from the ceiling ready to shield the

bed. No medical equipment, either. Instead, there was a twin-size bed, a writing desk, a corkboard on one

wall, and a TV mounted on the other. If Landon didn’t know better, he’d think he was in the barracks on an

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with something, he was so choked up he probably couldn’t have gotten the words out.

“So, what are you doing here?” Jayson finally asked. “Did the unit rotate back early?”

He shook his head. “No, the guys are still on deployment. I came down on orders to DC.”