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TRACIE THOMS (Joanne) knew she wanted to be an actress from a very early age. She started serious acting studies in her hometown of Baltimore when she was just 9. Later, she received a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from Howard University and her graduate acting degree from New York City's renowned Juilliard School.

Thoms made her Broadway debut opposite Alfre Woodard in Regina Taylor's "Drowning Crow." She has also appeared in several Off-Broadway and regional productions, including "Up Against the Wind" (New York Theatre Workshop), "The Oedipus Plays" (The Shakespeare Theatre), "A Raisin in the Sun" (Baltimore Center Stage), "Joe Turner's Come and Gone” (Missouri Rep), "The Exonerated" (Off-Broadway's The Culture Project) and "The Antigone Project,” (The Women's Project).

Thoms also appeared in 2004 as a series regular on the Fox series, "Wonderfalls.” The successful 2005 DVD release of the series' 13 episodes has established the show as a cult favorite. She also was a series regular on UPN's "As If."

Thoms had a memorable guest role as CCH Pounder's tortured daughter on the 2003 season finale of FX's "The Shield.” She also starred in the Chevy Chase pilot for NBC and was featured in the Comedy Central movie, "Porn 'N Chicken." Thoms appeared in the 2004 indie film, Brother to Brother. She makes her home in New York City.

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