Tracy Elman

Tracy Elman is a professional actor, radio host, and voice-over artist working in the Los Angeles area. The former co-host of the radio program The Jam Session, Tracy Elman currently provides the vocal watermark on music mixes by DJ Prodigy. An actor since she was a child, Tracy Elman joined the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists (AFTRA) in 1982. A member of The Network Studio, Tracy Elman appeared as a background extra in the films This is Spinal Tap, Deadly Force, and Cracking Up. Additionally, Tracy Elman starred on-camera and provided ADR voice-over in a television ad for the Pizza Man restaurant chain in the Los Angeles area. Providing voice-over recordings for both small businesses and Fortune 500 companies, Tracy Elman operates both a home recording studio and a mobile studio capable of delivering professional-quality recordings in a wide variety of formats, including WAV, AIFF, and MP3. Working from a script, Tracy Elman can deliver raw audio recordings electronically to clients anywhere in the world. Tracy Elman studied acting, voice-overs, and singing with many of Hollywood’s top performers, casting directors, and instructors. Attending acting school with Richard Dreyfuss and LeVar Burton, Tracy Elman continues to refine her craft through workshops and classes. With a voice capable of expressing a wide range of ages, dialects, and accents, Tracy Elman is a creative and innovative performer and consummate professional.