Nancy Ann Travis (born September 21, 1961), cordially addressed as Nancy Travis, is an iconic actress and TV personality from the United States.
She began her career in Off-Broadway theater before landing her first major cinematic role opposite Omar Sharif in the ABC television miniseries titled Harem.
In 1987, Nancy Travis had her breakthrough as Sylvia Bennington in the comedy film Three Men and a Baby, and she went on to act in the sequel, Three Men and a Little Lady.
Let’s look at some fascinating facts about his personal life and professional career.
|Wiki Facts & About Data|
|Full Name:||Nancy Ann Travis|
|Stage Name:||Nancy Travis|
|Born:||21 September 1961 (age 60 years old)|
|Place of Birth:||New York, New York, United States|
|Parents:||Gordon Travis, Theresa Travis|
|Husband • Spouse:||Robert N. Fried (m. 1994)|
|Boyfriend • Partner:||N/A|
|Children:||Benjamin E. Fried, Jeremy Fried|
|Occupation:||Actress • TV Personality|
|Net Worth:||US$2 million|
Early Life & Education
Nancy Travis is the daughter of Theresa Travis (mother), a social worker, and Gordon Travis (father), a sales professional.
She was born in Queens on September 21st, 1961. Nancy Travis grew up in the Massachusetts towns of Framingham and Baltimore, Maryland, United States.
She was brought up in a Catholic household. TheCityCeleb does not have many details concerning her siblings at the moment. There are currently no details concerning her educational background of Nancy Travis at the moment.
Nancy Travis got married to Robert N. Fried, the founder and former CEO of Hallmark Movies Now.
Her husband is also the former president and CEO of Savoy Pictures in 1994, formerly known as SpiritClips and Fein.
Nancy Travis and Robert N. Fried‘s union is blessed with two male children named Benjamin E. Fried and Jeremy Fried.
Nancy Travis‘ first professional movie role was in a miniseries titled It’s Hard to Be a Jew, which she performed at the American Jewish Theatre in New York City. She got the role immediately after she graduated from high school.
Nancy Travis became a founding member of the Off-Broadway theatre troupe titled ‘Naked Angels‘, as well as appearing in a stage rendition of Neil Simon‘s Brighton ”Beach Memoirs”.
She also starred in the Frank Pugliese play, which was titled Aven U-Boys as well as King of Connecticut. She also made a Broadway debut in I’m Not Rappaport. She appeared in Athol Fugard‘s film My Children, My Africa.
Nancy Travis has appeared in several blockbuster films, including Three Men and a Baby and its sequel, Three Men and a Little Lady, as well as Air America and Internal Affairs where she appeared as the wife of Andy Garcia. Afterward, she made a debut in So I Married an Axe Murderer and played the bride role of Mike Myers.
Nancy Travis played Dr. Joyce Reardon, a psychology professor, in the four-hour television rendition of Stephen King‘s film titled Rose Red in 2002. She was also cast as Chris Connor in the CBS sitcom Becker in 2002.
She also starred in the show’s final two seasons, replacing Terry Farrell, the series’ initial female protagonist. Nancy Travis played Bill Engvall‘s wife Susan on the television sitcom The Bill Engvall Show from 2007 to 2009.
She is one of the actresses doing well for themselves. Nancy Travis has gathered a net worth estimation of US$2 million.
- Instagram handle: @Nancytravisofficial
- Twitter handle: Not available
- Air America
- Last Man Standing
- Internal Affairs
- So I Married An Axe Murderer
- Three Men And A Little Lady
- The Vanishing
- Married To Mob
- Rose Red