Many of you must have been noted, Tracy McMillan for her appearance on OWN’s ‘Family or Fiance’. There she is seen giving advice and suggestion on your love/relationship-related queries and problems. Further, McMillan also has worked as a matchmaker on the reality series including “Ready for Love,” and as a relationship expert on the Today show, “Dr. Drew.”
The relationship expert further recognized as a television writer and best-seller author. As a screenwriter, her works include Period drama ‘Mad Men’ featuring January Jones and Kelli Giddish featuring ‘Chase’. Additionally, Along with other writers, she has won the 2010 Writers Guild of America Awards for Dramatic Series for “Mad Men.” Keep on scrolling to know more information on her personal details.
Caption: The author and relationship expert, Tracy McMillan.
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Tracy McMillan: Bio, Family, Career
The veteran author was born on 12 September 1964 which makes her age around 56 as of 2020. She was born in someplace in the United States of America but not revealed information on her parents or siblings. According to reports, she was born to a drug-addicted prostitute and a drug-dealing and often-incarcerated pimp parents. At the age of 3, her parents abandoned Tracy who grew up in a series of Midwestern foster homes.
She recalled that to put herself in the college, McMillan had read every book in the school library. She graduated from the College of Humanities with a bachelor’s degree in Journalism in 1989. Further, she debuted with the work of fiction mirrors with the first autobiographical as an author. However, she became noted for her viral blog post “Why You’re Not Married” in 2011 which was the most viewed article on Huffpost for two years in a row.
As of now, she’s been a TV writer on NBC Nightly News as well as the series “The United States of Tara” and “Mad Men”. In addition, she has also appeared in a few podcasts including Dr. Phil‘s ‘Phil in the Blanks’. Also, she has written memoir “I Love You and I’m Leaving You Anyway” (2011) and an advice book, “Why You’re Not Married … Yet” (2012). Moreover, she is currently continuing to write occasional pieces for the Huffington Post.
Tracy McMillan: Personal Life & Husband
The relationship expert has married thrice and divorced three times as well. She first married an older man when she was 19 after two years of knowing each other. However, she broke up her first married life at the age of 22-years-old and flew to New York. She remarried after 13 years before she had a brief relationship with a boyfriend during her college days.
Her second marriage was with a man named Jim with whom she had a son named Joseph. Eventually, this relationship also ended since she found him cheating on her. Then, she again married for the third time with the 20 years junior to him. This marriage may end because in this relationship she found her husband as gay. Therefore, she currently lives a single life continuing her profession in Los Angeles with her son.
Tracy McMillan: Net Worth & Social Media Profiles
Talking about her earning, she must be earning a good income from her career. She also appeared in a number of shows which helps her to earn profitable income. Therefore, she has a net worth estimated at above $400 thousand from her writing and advising career.
Tracy is highly active over different social media handles with verified accounts. She has an Instagram account @tracymacmillan with 84.6k followers. On Twitter, she goes by the account @TracyMcMillan having 87.5k followers. Also, she has a verified Facebook account with more than 34.9k followers.
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On this Father’s Day, I’m reflecting on father energy. This space is about relationships and no matter who we are, our fathers are such a big part of what we’re attracted to in partnership, what we bring to it, and what we’re trying to work out. I have spent a lifetime trying to resolve my Complex Dad Situation and I’m not even close to done yet! No matter what is there for you — and I know this day is complicated — I’m finding healing and freedom in claiming the good. Just for this one day. Even if the good is as simple as the great eyebrows he gave you, or the best thing he did was leave so you didn’t have to grow up in his chaos — there is *something* good there, and when I can own that and integrate it, I make myself more whole. I have had three fathers in my life and they have each been blessings to me. 1. My dad, Harold. I know when you’re imagining an ideal dad, you’re not imagining a lifetime criminal, pimp and drug dealer. And yet! My dad is really kind of gifted as a parent. Oh, yes he blew it on ten-hundred levels and spent most of my childhood in prison. But, you guys — he gave me gifts. I mean, obviously my love of clothes and my laugh and my upbeat temperament. But the greatest gift — and the one that guides my own parenting — is that he TRUSTS ME AND MY PATH as a person. He sees parenting as a thing where he shares his experiences with me, passes along what he has learned for good and for bad, and helps me contextualize life — he doesn’t assume authority or hide his mistakes, or see parenthood as a form of ownership where you “mold” or control or use rewards and punishments as leverage. I am so grateful for this. So, so grateful. It has allowed me to be *free*. . 2. My foster father, Pastor Roger Carlson. From the ages of 4 to almost-9, I had another dad, the opposite of Harold. Pastor Carlson was a Lutheran minister who was just the most patient, principled, grounded, loving man of faith. I remember him up in the pulpit every Sunday morning, doing the sermon. And saying the prayer over the pot roast every Sunday afternoon. (Continued in the comments).
Tracy McMillan: Body Measurements
The writer has a lean, slim, and well-toned body in her fifties with including a healthy living concept. Her perfect body stands to an average height of 5 feet 6 inches or 1.67 meters and weighs around 59 kg. She has light brown hair color with brown eyes color.