Tracy Newman is an American television producer and writer. Her credits include Cheers, The Nanny, The Drew Carey Show and Ellen for which she won a Primetime Emmy Award for co-writing "The Puppy Episode". All of the aforementioned work was with fellow writer and producer Jonathan Stark. In 2001, Newman co-created the sitcom According to Jim with Stark starring Jim Belushi.
Newman is a founding member of The Groundlings (as is her sister, Laraine Newman), an improvisational theater troupe. She is also a singer-songwriter, as well as an original member of The New Christy Minstrels. She is the lead singer of her band Tracy Newman and the Reinforcements. In 2007, they released the album A Place in the Sun.
Her second CD, I Just See You was released in 2012.
They Came from Outer Space (1990) (TV),
Cheers (1991-1992) (TV),
Bob (1992-1993) (TV),
The Nanny (1994) (TV),
The Barefoot Executive (with Jonathan Stark and Tim Doyle) (1995) (TV),
Ellen (1995-1997) (TV),
The Drew Carey Show (1999) (TV),
According to Jim (2001-2009) (TV) (Creator)