Tracey McShane Biography

    Published On Jan 04, 2018
    Facts of Tracey McShane
    Date of Birth: 1967 , August-6
    Birth Nation: United States
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    A native of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Tracey Mcshane was born on 6th August 1967. Her birth sign is Leo. Regarding her nationality, McShane is an American and is of white ethnicity. Not much is known about her past life. 

    By her profession, McShane is an animal advocate and a former veterinary technician, and also an author. She has published numerous books including “The book, Do Unto Animals: A Friendly Guide to How Animals Live, and How We Can Make Their Lives Better”.

    Though she is a successful person in her field, she gained recognization in the media because of her husband, Jon Stewart. Her husband is an American TV host, actor, political commentator, producer, writer, and comedian. He is best known as a host of “The Daily Show”, a satirical news program on Comedy Central.

    Regarding, McShane’s relationship status, she is a married woman. She exchanged the wedding vows with her longtime boyfriend Jon Stewart after dating almost 4 years. They got married a year after their engagement. Talking about their love life, McShane met him on a blind date. Stewart proposed her via a crossword puzzle created especially by The New York Times’ crossword editor, Will Shortz.  Shortz included marriage proposal clues in the puzzle, all of which had unique meaning to the lovebirds: McShane and Stewart. 

    Going back, McShane has her own past. Previously, she had a seven-year-long relationship with her boyfriend. After the separation, she was in the bad state of mind. Eventually, a mutual friend fixed McShane and Stewart together.  

    Presently, the two is blessed with two children: Maggie Rose Stewart and Nathan Thomas Stewart.

    Tracy McShane, 50, has an accumulated net worth of $80 million together with her husband. She also adds to her net worth from her income through her book, “Do Unto Animals: A Friendly Guide to How Animals Live and How We Can Make Their Lives Better” which is priced $32.77 each on Amazon.

    As an animal lover, McShane is a member of Farm Sanctuary, a non-profit organization. Together with her spouse, she bought a 12-acre farm for $4 million in New Jersey, with the purpose of providing a shelter for farm animals rescued from ruthlessness.  In 2017, they sold their 6000 square-foot duplex penthouse for $20 million which they had purchased back in 2005.

     

    Tracey McShane

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    Born in United States

    1967

    Tracey McShane was born on 6th August 1967, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Her birth sign is Leo. Regarding her nationality, McShane is an American and is of white ethnicity.

    Blind Date

    1996

    After the separation with her boyfriend, McShane was in the bad state of mind. Eventually, a mutual friend fixed McShane and Stewart together. McShane met Stewart on a blind date.

    Got Engaged

    1999

    After dating almost 4 years, Trancey McShane got engaged to Jon Stewart. Further, Stewart proposed Trancey via a crossword puzzle created especially by The New York Times’ crossword editor, Will Shortz.

    Tied the Knot

    2000

    Tracey McShane exchanged the wedding vows with her longtime boyfriend Jon Stewart in November of 2000, in the presence of their family members and close friends. 

    Welcomed their First Child

    2004

    Tracey McShane and Jon Stewart became proud parent following the birth of their first child, Nathan Thomas Stewart. 2 years later, they welcomed their second child, Maggie Rose Stewart. 

    Published Book

    2015

    In October of 2015, McShane published a book named " “Do Unto Animals: A Friendly Guide to How Animals Live and How We Can Make Their Lives Better”. 

    Current Net Worth

    2018

    As of 2018, Tracy McShane has an accumulated net worth of $80 million, together with her husband. She has also added a good worth through her book, “Do Unto Animals: A Friendly Guide to How Animals Live and How We Can Make Their Lives Better” which priced $32.77 each on Amazon.