Traci Melchor Bio, Family, Twins, Illness, Husband, Weightloss, Net Worth and Career

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Traci Melchor Biography

Traci Melchor is a Canadian television personality working as a senior correspondent for CTV’s entertainment magazine series etalk. Previously, before getting a job at CTV, Melchor was a cohost of CTV’s The Social.

Traci Melchor Age

Traci was born and raised up in Pickering, Ontario, Canada. She celebrates her birthday on 12th September every year.

Traci Melchor Height

Traci stands at a height of 6 feet 8 inches.

Traci Melchor Family

Traci is a family woman whose family lives in Pickering, Ontario, Canada. However, little is known about her parents or whether she has any siblings as the information is not yet disclosed.

Traci Melchor Husband

Traci is currently living single after divorcing her ex-husband. She is also a proud mother of her twin children, Phoenix and Phoebe Melchor.

Traci Melchor Net Worth

Traci has an estimated net worth of $5 Million dollars as of 2021. This is estimated from her career as a Tv personality, which is her main source of income.

Traci Melchor Weightloss-Mental Health

After the death of her son through suicide, Traci struggled with Mental stress which also resulted in much weight loss. She at one instance broke down while on tv and started crying. However, through the help of doctors, family, and friends, she was able to overcome the setback and as of now lives a helathy life in Canada.

Traci Melchor Career

Traci started her career at CHUM Limited as an entertainment reporter for Citytv and was later promoted to be a cohost of MuchMusic’s RapCity. She then moved to Los Angeles becoming an entertainment reporter and host for E! and taking acting roles in a number of television series, before taking a new role with MuchMusic’s sister station MuchMoreMusic.

Melchor joined CTV’s Etalk in 2008 as a reporter and is currently one of their Senior Correspondents. In 2020, Melchor appeared in multiple episodes of Canada’s Drag Race, the Canadian edition of RuPaul’s Drag Race as ‘Canada’s Squirrel Friend’, and a guest judge for the finale episode. She also regularly contributes to The Marilyn Denis Show, CP24 Breakfast, CTV News, and Toronto’s CHUM-FM.

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