Tracy Spiridakos is a Canadian-born actress known best for her role on the popular post-apocalyptic J.J. Abrams produced series "Revolution." She's also held roles on "Supernatural" and the U.S. adaptation of "Being Human."
Tracy Spiridakos was born in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. Her exact age is unknown, as she's a firm believer in an actor keeping their age a secret from the general public. Tracy grew up with two brothers. Her parents are of Greek descent, and when she was only four, the family moved to the Greek village of Skala for five years.
Once in junior high and back to Canada, Tracy began studying at the Actors Training Centre of Manitoba. She went on to graduate from Oak Park High School. In 2007, Tracy moved to Vancouver in order to pursue her acting career, which actually worked out within weeks. She was cast in a small role on the CW series "Supernatural." From there, it was onto more minor television gigs, as well as appearing in webseries "Mortal Kombat: Legacy." Just prior to this, she was cast on the television series "Majority Rules!" as a character named Becky, which she played for 26 episodes.
Other minor roles before getting her big break on "Revolution" in 2012 included a recurring part on the SyFy series "Being Human" as well as a very small part as Party Girl #2 in the blockbuster film "Rise of the Planet of the Apes." On April 26, 2013, it was announced that "Revolution" had been renewed for a season two. Therefore, the future looks brighter than ever for the lovely Tracy Spiridakos, even if the shows premise has her playing a character in the dark.