Biography - A Short Wiki
Trace Lysette is one of the most well-known Trans celebrities in the world. Prior to entering the entertainment industry, she spent several years doing odd jobs like a hairstylist, makeup artist and performing as a showgirl. After making her on-screen acting debut in 2013, Trace first came into the limelight through her performance as the transgender character Shea on the Amazon Studios series, Transparent. Since that breakout performance, her career on the small-screen has started taking-off. Although most of her TV roles till now have been minor ones but still she manages to standout through her overall performance. In addition to the television, Lysette holds a few film credits as well with the 2019 blockbuster Hustlers being the most noteworthy one. Aside from all this, she has starred in several music videos too, including for renowned artists like Cher, Maroon 5, and Laverne Cox.
Trace Lysette - Bikini Photos
Nationality, Net Worth and Other Facts
Check out all celebrity data, whether it's a nationality, net worth, age, or other facts!
|Age (as of today)||36 years|
|Date of Birth||October 2, 1987|
|Place of Birth||N/A|
|Height||1.73 m, 5 feet 8 inches|
|Weight||63 kg, 139 lbs|
|Net Worth / Wealth||N/A|
Height, Weight, and Age
Trace Lysette's height is pretty average measuring 1.73 m. The actor weighs 63 kg. As of today, December 9, 2023, Trace Lysette is 36 years old.
"I happen to believe that trans people are anointed, and because of our experiences and the unique way we see the world, we can bring so much to a role. We just need the opportunity to show that."Trace Lysette
"It's tough advocating for trans visibility and not being pigeonholed as just a trans actress."Trace Lysette
"Trans women are conditioned to accept that society sees us as overly sexualized objects - even more so than how society already sexualizes cis women. It's almost as if they don't see us as fully developed human beings."Trace Lysette
"Trans women should be accepted and celebrated, whether they look a little bit more on the masculine side of the spectrum or they're the femme of all fems."Trace Lysette
"A lot of my chosen family is black and I say that unabashedly. For anyone who doesn't understand that, they just don't understand me and my generation because especially in the LGBT community, the concept of chosen family is so important and it's a survival tactic."Trace Lysette