American actress, Tracey Cherelle Jones is known for her performances in ‘Booty Call’, ‘The Wood’, ‘The Brothers’, ‘Two Can Play That Game’. Also, she is famous for her television roles as Tina in the ‘Veronica’s Closet’, and as Lanie parish in the crime drama ‘Castle’ from 2009 to 2016.
Cherelle was born as Tracey Cherelle Jones on November 12, 1974, in California, the USA under the birth sign of Scorpio. She grew up along with her sister, Tamala Jones and a brother Craig Jones.
Talking about her education, Cherelle completed her schooling from the local school at Pensacola. Later, she graduated in Pan African Studies.
The 44 years old actress is still unmarried. However, Jones is currently dating her boyfriend Big Gipp. He is an American rapper from Atlanta, Georgia and also known as a member of Goodie Mob.
Tracey started dating her boyfriend Gipp in 2006 but separated due to personal issues. Later, Cherelle got back with her former flame, Big Gipp and started dating again secretly.
Previously, she was in a relationship with a rapper Nate Dogg and they dated around 2003 but they later split up. After that, she dated Teodoro Nguema Obiang Mangueike but the relationship lasted for one year.
Jones holds an estimated net worth of $4 million. She collected her fortune from her successful career as an actress. She featured in various movies and TV series that helped her gain fame as well as prosperity.
Like other American actresses in Hollywood, Jones makes an average salary that ranges from $62 thousand to $320 thousand as per her roles in the movies. Likewise, she makes $20 thousand to $30 thousand per episode from the television series she features in. Also, some of her movies have made a good collection at the box office:
|Turn It Up (2000)||$1,247,949||$13 million|
|Daddy Day Camp (2007)||$18.2 million||$6 million|
|The Brothers (2001)||$27,958,192||$6 million|
|Can’t Hardly Wait (1998)||$25,605,015||$10 million|
Tamala started her acting career from the teen sitcom ‘California Dreams’. She co-starred on the series ‘For Your Love’. She played a recurring role as Tonya on ‘One on One’ and guest starred on television series ‘The Parent Hood’, ‘The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air’, ‘My Name Is Earl’, and many more.
Apart from acting, she made her appearance in the music video for ‘Give It Up, Turn It Loose’ in 1993 and in ‘Girls, Girls, Girls’ in 2001. She portrayed the role of Alicia Mitchell in ‘The Tracy Morgan Show’ from 2003 to 2004, Katie Watson in ‘CSI: Miami’ in 2006, Robin in ‘Speechless’ in 2018.