- Full Name Tracy Moore
- Occupation TV Journalist, Reporter, Host
- Nationality Canadian
- Birthplace Richmond Hill, Canada
- Birth Date Jan 06, 1975
- Age 48 Years, 0 Months
Tracy Moore | BiographyOwner of fashion line, Tracy Moore by Freda's
She joined 'Cityline' in 2008, where she hosts the program with daily changing themes, including home design, cuisine, fashion, health, and beauty. It is Canada's longest-running and successful daytime show for women.
Tracy Moore is a journalist and has been the host of the lifestyle magazine Cityline on City since October 2008.
Who is Tracy Moore?
Tracy Moore is a Canadian TV journalist and reporter. She previously served as a reporter/anchor for Citytv Toronto's Breakfast Television for three years from 2005 to 2008. There, she was in charge of breaking news coverage of live events, keeping viewers up to date on anything from missing children to highway rollovers and the newest local crime incidences.
Moore also worked at CP24 and the CBC before hosting Canada's influential lifestyle program for women, Cityline, in 2008. She also produced and hosted Cityline Real on Race, one of Apple Podcasts' best series of 2020. Moreover, she co-hosted and co-produced the award-winning race special Ending Racism: What Will It Take? for Citytv.
Besides her journalism career, Moore has her own fashion line, Tracy Moore by Freda's.
Age & Early Bio
Tracy Moore was born to Jamaican-Canadian parents on 6 January 1975 in Richmond Hill, Canada. As of 2021, Moore is 46 years old.
In her school days, Moore was crowned Richmond Hill's Carnival Queen in the ninth grade. She was also in a cheerleading group during high school. Later, Moore got a bachelor of arts degree in political science from McGill University and a master's degree in journalism from the University of Western Ontario.
Cityline is Canada's longest-running and successful daytime show for women. She joined the show in 2008, where she hosts the program with daily changing themes, including home design, cuisine, fashion, health, and beauty.
In addition, she sat down with former US first lady Michelle Obama in March 2021 on Cityline for an interview.
Pregnant and Postpartum Depression
In 2008, Moore experienced severe postpartum depression after giving birth to her first child, Sidney. Her physical recovery was quick after a natural birth with no medication, but her emotional recovery slowed. Moore returned home from the hospital, exhausted and unable to connect with her child.
Despite the help of her family and friends, she had to put in some effort on her own to enhance her mental health. Moore began incorporating exercises into her daily routine after receiving approval from her midwives.
Although she didn't have a jogging stroller, she ran in the park with her son. Moore also used her kid as a weight while doing lunges and squats. In fact, Moore's emotional recovery was aided by exercise.
Any authentic information about her height and weight is not disclosed. However, Moore shared a series of insensitive body-shaming Instagram comments she received in 2021. The comments ranged from viewers asking for weight-loss tips and other hateful comments. She responded to those comments, saying, "I understand you may feel you deserve answers on why my body looks the way it does because I'm public-facing. But big or small–it's MY body, and it actually doesn't owe anyone anything."
Moore then posted a before and after photo of her losing weight in 2021 and wrote, "Do not let the media, society, IG, the self-improvement industry or anyone else dictate what you should look like. Take measures to control what you FEEL like."
Moore is married to her husband Lio Perron, a journalist, and entrepreneur for over one and half-decade. Moore celebrated her 15th wedding anniversary with her husband on 1 July 2021 and posted their wedding picture on Instagram. The couple has two children, Sidney Nicolas and Eva Simone.
Perron is a bilingual freelance writer and previously worked as a journalist for Reuters, CBC, Radio-Canada, and the Los Angeles Times.
In a 2017 interview with Hello Magazine, Moore talked about her husband and mentioned that they met as reporters."He encouraged me to audition for Cityline and to start a clothing line. He is my number-one cheerleader and an incredible source of support," she added.