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Young and the Restless Star Tracey Bregman Chats with Donna Lyons

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Emmy-Award winning actress Tracey Bregman joined the cast of The Young and the Restless in January 1983 as Lauren Fenmore. From September 1995-1999, Tracey starred as Lauren Fenmore on The Bold and the Beautiful before returning to Y&R in September of 2001.

In 1985, Tracey received her first Emmy award for her work on Y&R, as Outstanding Younger Actress in a Daytime Drama Series, and was nominated again for the award in 1987. In both 2006 and 2008 Tracey was nominated for an Emmy in the category of Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Daytime Drama Series for her role on The Young and the Restless. In 2016, she received her first nomination in the Outstanding Lead Actress category.

Tracey's first break came when she landed a three-day role on the daytime drama series Days of Our Lives. It turned in a two-and-a-half-year stint with Tracey starring as one of the lead characters. Throughout her career, Tracey received numerous awards including two for Best Actress in Daytime TV (Youth in Film Awards), Most Popular Newcomer (Daytime TV Magazine), Most Exciting New Actress in Daytime TV and Favorite New Actress, (Canadian People Poll), Best Actress (Soap Opera Digest).

Tracey's television credits include lead roles in the ABC after school specials The Girl with E.S.P. and Three On A Date. She had guest starring roles in the movies of the week Fair Weather Friend and Lifetime's Sex and Mrs. X. She also guest starred in the primetime television series The Fall Guy, The Love Boat, Gavilan, and Fame and was a series regular on the NBC show Second Family Tree.

Her feature film credits include lead roles in Misogynist, Happy Birthday to Me, The Funny Farm, The Concrete Jungle, and Blue Devil, Blue Devil.

Tracey is also a lyricist. She wrote the lyrics for the themes for both The Funny Farm and The Concrete Jungle. 

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