Tracey Birdsall was born in Van Nuys, California, the youngest of three daughters born to Ronald Birdsall and Carol Birdsall (born Carol Stone). She was raised in Southern California and is primarily of British and European descent. Bert Lewis, the famous Walt Disney composer, was her great-grandfather.
Birdsall trained in dance, singing, and musical theater throughout her youth, which later led to her intensely studying various acting techniques. She claims the real breakthrough in her craft was working with renowned acting coach Margie Haber, who taught her to simply create and be the character - no matter how excruciating.
Known for her meticulous preparation, Birdsall is recognized worldwide for her diverse and challenging roles and for working across multiple genres. In the highly celebrated science fiction film “Rogue Warrior: Robot Fighter”, Birdsall garnered multiple awards including the esteemed Female Action Performer of the Year Award at the Action on Film Festival. Most recently, she was honored by the WeLink International Film Festival in New York City - in association with the United Nations and Women in Film - with the honorary Best Actress Award in New York City.
Birdsall can also be seen in the title character of the comedy film “Who's Jenna…?" Up-coming projects in post production include the lead role in the television series “The Time War”, the lead role in the television series “Age of Darkness”, the lead role in the science fiction film “Evolution War”, and the feature film “Hotel Underground”.
Birdsall resides in Southern California.