Quick Facts of

  • First NameTracey Edmonds

Tracey Edmonds, an American entrepreneur & producer is now the CEO of Edmonds Entertainment Group Inc., a film production company founded in 1999. She served as the COO of the American film studio Our Stories Films for 9 years until 2015.

After her marriage with R&B singer-songwriter Kenneth ‘Babyface’ Edmonds, she got an introduction to business venture; she started with music label Yab Yum Entertainment & got wide success through Edmonds Entertainment Group.

Formerly, Tracey, from 2014 to 2017, served as the co-host of American TV program Extra, now hosted by Billy Bush since 2019.

How Much Is Tracey Edmond’s Net Worth In 2020? Income Sources And Salary

Active in show business for over 2 decades, Tracey’s success journey through production company Edmonds Entertainment Group Inc. has blessed her with a hefty fortune.

According to Celebrity Net Worth, 53-year-old Edmonds has a net worth of $30 million as of April 2020.

Since 1993, she is serving as the CEO & President of Edmonds Entertainment. Moreover, Tracey is the founder, CEO & President of a web network named Alright TV (2012- Present).

Aside from venture in the film production company, the American entrepreneur records a total of 27 producing credits- Tracey made producing debut through 1997 film Soul Food.

The film starring Mekhi Phifer, Nia Long & Vanessa L. Williams, received  81% approval rating on Rotten Tomatoes & collected $43.7 million in box office over the budget of $7.5 million.

Moreover, she is one of the executive producers of the TV series Games People Play (2019- Present).

Did you know? Edmond’s ex-husband Kenneth “Babyface” Edmonds, an R&B singer/songwriter is a multi-millionaire; he owns $400 million net worth.

Career In Film Production: How Tracy Got Her Breakthrough?

Indeed, the Los Angeles, California-born producer stands with such a prominent career in the film industry, but, it’s also the truth that her relationship with now ex-husband Kenneth Edmonds got her introduction to initials of the success.

After Tracey met Kenneth, an established figure of the music industry during the 90s, she came with an idea of establishing a music-publishing company, Yab Yum Entertainment, & eventually became its co-partner.

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Then in 1993, she took her steps in the film industry & founded the film production company Edmonds Entertainment Group Inc., of which Tracey Edmonds is CEO & President.

Venture As A Producer

In 1997, Edmonds made her film debut as producer of Soul Food, which became commercial as well critically successful, winning an NAACP Image Award.

Thereafter, with producing stints in Hav Plenty (1997) and Light It Up (1999), she got hands in TV series production through Soul Food: The Series (2002- 2004).

Reportedly, the series, throughout its run, won NAACP Image Award (in 2002, 2003 & 2004).

Tracey ‘s further credits as executive producer in TV series include: 

  1. Maniac Magee (2003)
  2. College Hill (2004)
  3. Lil’ Kim: Countdown to Lockdown (2006)

Check out the list of films & its box-office produced by Tracey Edmonds:

FilmsBudgetBox Office Collection
Good Luck Chuck (2007) starring Dane Cook & Jessica Alba$25 million$59.2 million
New in Town (2009) starring Renée Zellweger$8 million$30.1 million
Jumping the Broom (2011)$6.6 million$37.7 million

What Career Did She Get Hands Into Except As Producer?

Reportedly, from 2006 to 2015, she served as COO & President of Our Stories Films, a film studio founded by BET founder Robert L. Johnson.

The American entrepreneur & producer also worked as a co-host of Extra for 3 years; from 2014 to 2017. Moreover, Tracey hosted a competition reality TV show, Queen Boss,briefly in 2016.

In 2016, she became boardroom advisor to Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger in The New Celebrity Apprentice.

Formerly Owned Houses In Century City & Sherman Oaks

Tracey Edmonds lived in her 2-bedrooms & 2.5-bathroom townhouse in Century City, California before she sold it for $1.45 million in November 2017. 

Reportedly, she bought the 2,200-sq. ft. property in 2016 for $1.165 million.

Then, the American entrepreneur moved to her contemporary home in Sherman Oaks, Los Angeles, purchased in 2017 for $1.46 million.

After 2 years of the purchase, Edmonds put her 4,013-sq. ft. home with 3 bedrooms & 2.5 bathrooms in the market in May 2019, asking $1.795 million for sale or rent at $11,000 a month.

Online sources report that her Sherman Oaks house sold later in 2019 for around $1.85 million.

Where Does She Live Currently?

Currently, Tracey lives in her house in Beverly Hills, Los Angeles, California, with her 2 children, however, is low-key about her residence details.

Mother Of 2 Sons With Ex-Husband: Relationship Status?

After dating for 2 years, Tracey (nee McQuarn) married Kenneth ‘Babyface’ Edmonds on September 5, 1992. Together, they welcomed 2 children, both sons: Brandon and Dylan Michael.

However, following 15 years of marriage, she & Kenneth divorced on June 2, 2007. The Celebrity Net Worth report that the divorce cost Kenneth in the neighborhood of $100 million.

Thereafter, Tracey began dating comedian & actor Eddie Murphy; moreover, they exchanged vows on January 1, 2008. 

However, their nuptials were not considered legal in the USA & after 2 weeks of their wedding (not legally registered), they called quits to their relationship.

Is She Dating Currently?

In 2011, she began dating former NFL & MLB player Deion Sanders & are together ever since. Moreover, after 8 years of dating, they got engaged in February 2019.


Tracey was born Tracey Elaine McQuarn on February 18, 1967, in Los Angeles, California. An American by nationality, Edmonds hails from African-American ethnicity.

After graduating from a local high school in LA, she enrolled at Stanford University & obtained a psychobiology degree.

Reportedly, her parents: George & Jacqueline divorced, when Tracey was attending college.