Tracy Scott was born in 1969, in Charleston, South Carolina and died on April 30, 2016.
She was an American script supervisor.
She often joined forces with producer Megan Ellison on her productions, including Her, American Hustle, Foxcatcher and Joy.
She grew up in Toledo, Ohio.
She attended the Miami University, as well as Watkins College of Art, Design & Film, during which she interned on the Stephen King adaptation of The Green Mile.
While inspired by Susan Malerstein, The Green Mile’s script supervisor, Scott moved to Los Angeles in 1999.
Tracy worked on films such as Garden State, The Proposal, Up in the Air, The Last Song, Movie 43, Whiplash and The Gambler.
In 2015, her last credits were given on the projects Joy, Concussion and Black Mass.
She also worked on television series such as Parks and Recreation, Sons of Anarchy, Wilfred and Happy Endings.
Tracy was diagnosed with breast cancer in May 2015, and after under going treatments for the disease was informed in April 2016 she had liver cancer.
Tracy Scott died at her parents’ home in Florida.
Tracy Scott passed away at 46 yrs old.