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Tracey Cherelle Jones Bio, Age, Net Worth 2022, Salary, Single, Height

Tracey Cherelle Jones Bio, Age, Net Worth 2022, Salary, Single, Height

Facts of Tracey Cherelle Jones

Full Name: Tracey Cherelle Jones
Birth Date: December 27, 1970
Age: 51 years
Gender: Female
Profession: Actress, Writer, TV personality
Country: United States
Horoscope: Capricorn
Height: 5 feet 5 inches (1.65m)
Net Worth$4 million
Eye ColorBlack
Hair ColorBlack
Body Size32-25-35 inches
Birth PlacePensacola, Florida
SiblingsTamala Jones
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Tracey Cherelle Jones is an American actress, writer, artist, designer as well as a TV personality. She is widely famous for her appearances in Wayans Brothers Productions’ movies and television series.

Early Life of Tracey Cherelle Jones

Tracey Cherelle Jones opened her eyes on 27th December 1970, in Pensacola, Florida, the United States of America. Her horoscope is Capricorn.  She has a sister named Tamala Jones who is also an American actress.

Tracey holds an American nationality and she belongs to an African-American ethnical background. She completed her schooling at the local school at Pensacola.

Later she graduated from college with a degree in Pan African Studies. Further, she enrolled for the second time in an undergraduate college and got a degree in Interior Design.

Is Tracey Cherelle Jones Single, Married, or Dating?

Tracey Cherelle Jones is an unmarried woman and she is not dating anyone at the moment. It is known that she has a child but Jones has not announced who the baby’s father is.

Tracey Cherelle Jones with her co-actor
Caption: Tracey Cherelle Jones with her co-actor Photo: Instagram

As of now, Tracey is enjoying her singlehood and focusing on her career rather than involving in any kind of relationship.

How much is Tracey Cherelle Jones of Net Worth and Salary?

Tracey Cherelle Jones has an estimated net worth of around $4 million as of now 2022 which she earned the amount through her career as an actress, writer, artist, designer, and TV personality. According to some online sources, an American actor earns an average salary of around $7k per episode for guest appearances in shows.

Further, it is assumed that an American interior designer earns an average of $49.8k annually but the actual amount of Tracey’s salary is not available at the moment. Besides, she earns $50.25 to $83.75 per promotional Instagram post. On the other hand, her sister, Tamala who is also an actress has amassed an impressive net worth of around $2.5 million.

How tall is Tracey Cherelle Jones?

Tracey Cherelle Jones stands at an average height of 5 feet 5 inches tall with a bodyweight of around 61 kg. She has an hourglass figure with the measurements of 32-25-35 inches which include her bust size, waist size, and hip size respectively. Tracey’s hair and eyes are black in color.

Movies & TV Shows

She landed her first big-screen role in the 1996 hit movie, Don’t Be A Menace (Don’t Be a Menace to Society While Drinking Your Gin and Juice in the Hood) starring Shawn Wayans, Marlon Wayans, and Chris Spencer. In the year 1998, she appeared in the movie The Players Club.

She continued in the movie, Baby Boy, in the year 2001 alongside Tyrese Gibson, Snoop Dogg, and Taraji P. Henson. Further, she appeared in several TV shows such as Good News, Family Matters, Men, Women, and Dogs, and so on. Currently, she produced and hosted a pilot named Living Large.


  • Tracey Cherelle Jones started her modeling career at the early age of 8 when she nailed her audition for a McDonald’s commercial.
  • After that, she was featured in a number of commercials and print work that boosted her confidence to pursue an acting career.
Tracey Cherelle Jones, American actress
Caption: Tracey Cherelle Jones, American actress Photo: Instagram
  • As of now, Tracey is also a designer and has designed rooms for many of her celebrity friends.
  • She has formed Aging Design for the Baby Boomer generation for those who couldn’t afford to have their own residences.