Tracy Pfau Theatrical Agents
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This is Tracy Pfau’s most recent theatrical acting demo. A theatrical demo is a compilation of clips from recent TV shows and feature films, in which an actor was cast and performed. Clips include Shameless, The Vampire Diaries, Dragnet, Beyond the Prairie: The True Story of Laura Ingalls Wilder, Chuck, Touched by an Angel, Torchwood, SLC Punk!, Gunrunner Billy Kane.
Tracy Pfau's 2017 Theatrical Demo
Tracy Pfau has been member of SAG/AFTRA since 1989.
Tracy Pfau Theatrical Resume
TV and Film
The Fifth Quarter: Brett Ratner’s new mocumentary series for go90/Verizon. Tracy Pfau was just cast as Buck Savage’s paranoid tin foil supporter! She gets to play a crazy lady ranting that CTE is an alt left hoax. The series takes a closer look at the greatest untold, untrue sports stories ever told!
Shadow Legacy: Tracy Pfau was cast as a lead in this animated series about a regal pride of lions. She plays Mlinzi, a royal female lion torn between her paternal pride and her mate’s pride.
Underground Tracy Pfau plays Ida, a kind white woman who helps slaves to freedom. With the country on the brink of Civil War, the struggle for freedom is more dangerous than ever. Underground tells the story of American heroes and their harrowing journey to freedom, with legendary Harriet Tubman blazing the trail. Directed by: Emmy-winning director Greg Yaintanes. Stars Jurnee Smollet Bell, Aldis Hodge, Jessica De Gouw.
Celflux Tracy Pfau is Sarah, a warrior with royal roots. New Genesia is a world made up of six autonomous realms. It was ravaged by a 100-year war after which a fragile peace was brokered. To watch over this peace, the Keepers were established. It is that group’s responsibility to ensure that the six realms hold to the peace and ensure the continued prosperity of the planet.
Shadow Legacy an animated series. Tracy Pfau plays Mlinzi, a regal lioness (voice)
Vampire Diaries (TV) A teenage girl is torn between two vampire brothers. Directed by Michael Karasick. Stars Paul Wesley, Nina Dobrev, Elizabeth Blackmore Ian Somerhalder, Kat Graham, Zach Roerig, Michael Malarkey, Mouzam Makker.
Shameless (TV) An alcoholic man lives in a perpetual stupor while his six children with whom he lives cope as best they can. Directed by Christopher Chulack. Stars William H. Macy (Fargo), Emmy Rossum, Dermot Mulroney (My Best Friends Wedding, About Schmidt).
Salvation (Film) A crime drama set in a small American town. Directed by Bernie Van De Yacht, starring Brett Donowho, Giovanna Zacarias and Angel McCord.
Gunrunner Billy Kane (TV) A rogue doctor runs guns to fund dangerous human experiments that may save his dying daughter. Directed by M.D. Selig. Stars M.D Selig (Zero, Dark 30), John Kassir (Jack the Giant Slayer), Mark Arnold (Santa Barbara), Angela Elayne Gibbs (Straight Outta Compton).
Prominence (Video game) After living for generations as persecuted refugees, the Letarri people launch an interstellar mission to colonize a new world. When things go terribly awry, the fate of their people falls into the hands of a lone adventurer. Tracy Pfau plays Saia Lorvet.
Chuck (TV) When a computer dork inadvertently downloads secret government information into his brain, CIA and NSA assign 2 agents to protect him and exploit his knowledge, whilst turning his life upside down. Starring Zachary Levi (Telenovela, Heroes Reborn, Tangled), Adam Baldwin (My Bodyguard, The Last Ship, Full Metal Jacket), Yvonne Strahovski (All I See is You, 24, Dexter).
Torchwood (Miracle Day: The Categories of Life) (TV) Directed by Guy Ferland. Stars John Barrowman (Arrow), Eve Myles, Mekhi Phifer (Pandemic, Roots, E.R.), Bill Pullman (LBJ), Lauren Ambrose (Six Feet Under).
Oliver Beene (TV) Set in 1962, Oliver Beene follows the hilarious adventures of an eleven year old boy and his wacky family in NYC. Stars Grant Shaud (Murphy Brown), Grant Rosenmeyer (The Royal Tenenbaums), Wendy Makkena (The Mob Doctor, NCIS, State of Play), Andrew Lawrence. Tracy Pfau worked opposite Louis Lombardi (The Sopranos) who played her husband.
Dragnet (TV) An updated edition of the classic police drama, featuring Ed O’Neill as the new Joe Friday. Directed by Steve Shill. Starred Ed O’Neill (Modern Family), Eva Longoria (Telenovela, Brooklyn Nine-Nine), Ethan Embry.
Hollywood Safari (TV) Adventures of the Johnson Family who live on a California ranch where they train animals for the movie business. Stars Sam Jones (Flash Gordon), Caryn Richman (Maron).
Bedazzled (Film) Hopeless dweeb Elliot Richards is granted seven wishes by the devil to snare Allison, the girl of his dreams, in exchange for his soul. Directed by Harold Ramis. Stars Brendan Fraser (The Mummy, Gods and Monsters), Elizabeth Hurley (The Royals, Austin Powers), Frances O’Connor (Six Feet Under).
Who gets the House? (Film) Two kids get to choose where they want to live when their parents divorce. Stars Elisha Cuthbert (24), Sophie Lorain (Scoop), George Takei (Star Trek). Tracy Pfau portrays a radio psychologist who helps the kids navigate their parents to a happy ending.
The Man Show (TV) A prank talk show aimed at men. Stars Adam Carolla, Jimmy Kimmel. Tracy Pfau worked with Jerry Maren one of the Munchkins in The Wizard of Oz.
Beyond the Prairie: The True Story of Laura Ingalls Wilder (Film) More true to Laura Ingalls Wilder’s books than the old series Little House on the Prairie, Tracy Pfau portrayed character Mrs. Bouchie (real historic name) aka Mrs. Brewster in Those Happy Golden Years authored by LIW. Tracy Pfau worked opposite Walton Goggins (Hateful Eight, Sons of Anarchy, Justified, The Shield), Meredith Monroe (Dawson’s Creek, Criminal Minds), Lindsay Crouse (Law and Order: SVU, Mr. Brooks, The Insider) and Richard Thomas (The Americans, The Good Wife, The Waltons).
SLC Punk (Film) In the 1980s Stevo and Heroin Bob are the only two dedicated Punks in conservative SLC, Utah. Directed by James Merendino. Stars Matthew Lillard (Scream, The Descendants, The Bridge), Michael Goorjian (Punks Dead: SLC Punk 2, Party of Five), Jason Segal (How I Met Your Mother, Jeff, Who Lives at Home), Christopher McDonald (Boardwalk Empire), Til Schweiger (Inglorious Bastards, Tomb Raider). Tracy Pfau shot her scene in one take opposite Matthew Lillard and Michael Goorjian. James Merendino is shooting Punks Dead: SLC Punk 2.
Touched by an Angel (TV) Monica, Tess, and Andrew are a trio of angels sent to Earth to tell people that God loves them and hasn’t forgotten them. Tracy played a large role opposite Roma Downey and Della Reese.
Power Rangers Turbo (TV): Tracy enjoyed playing a co-star in this 1990’s classic kids’ series.
Days of our Lives (TV): Tracy Pfau had a recurring role working opposite Eileen Davidson, Alison Sweeney, Deirdre Hall, Kristin Alfonso, Peter Reckell and John Aniston. Tracy thought she was working a day and when she arrived at NBC there were seven scripts on her sofa! Played recurring French nun Sister Dominique in several episodes.
Married with Children (TV): Tracy was a Tap Dancing Stripper. Peggy competes with her, wins Ed’s attention and they have great sex as a result. Stars Ed O’Neil (Modern Family, Dragnet, The Bone Collector), Katy Sagal (Sons of Anarchy) Ted McGindley.
Cyberkidz (TV) Tracy Pfau had a recurring role as the USA Teacher. Robert Z’Dar (Tango and Cash, Maniac Cop series), Heinrich James (Star Trek: First Contact, The Rocketeer), and Shaun Fleming (Kim Possible, Lilo & Stitch: The Series) starred.