News and Press for Tracey Gold “Starving Secrets”
December 2nd, 2011
My LifeTime “Starving Secrets” Preview:
Growing Pains’ Star Revisits Hardship
Actress Tracey Gold talks about her new Lifetime show, “Starving Secrets.”
Tracey Gold “Growing Pains” star has come a long way from her years as a sitcom star. The former child actress has turned her longtime struggle with anorexia into a new Lifetime series “Starving Secrets With Tracey Gold.”
In an interview with “Fox and Friends,” Gold said, “I wanted to shed a light on [anorexia] and talk about it and open up a conversation.”
The Anorexia Reality Show
Tracey Gold became the face of anorexia nearly 20 years ago when she admitted she had the disease and left Growing Pains. Now she’s back with a Lifetime series, Starving Secrets, that helps other women battle eating disorders. Ramin Setoodeh talks to the actress and gets an exclusive first look.
Tracey Gold overcame an eating disorder and found her ‘inner tomboy’
PASADENA, Calif. – People who remember the sunny little girl, Carol Seavers, on “Growing Pains” would be surprised to see Tracey Gold today. An energetic, 42-year-old wife and mother of four boys, she not only overcame the burdens of being a child actress, she also vanquished an eating disorder that almost killed her.