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Tracey Ann Walker-Kinkade (born March 15, 1967 as Tracey Ann Walker) is a former American internet supermodel. She was designated Very First Internet Supermodel by numerous news websites.
Tracey Walker was born in the USA of Scottish, Irish and American Indian heritage.
She was married to Leonard Wirtz who deceased in 1992 and with whom she had a son, Shawn James Wirtz (born Jan 1st 1987).
Her current spouse is Reginald Kinkade.
Tracey Walker's acting and modeling career began at the age of nine in her fathers tech college commercials. Read Full Bio >>
In the 25 years of her modeling career she became one of the world's most well-known spokesmodels and a commercial supermodel.
Her internet modeling career started with an AOL web site in 1994. This makes her the first known internet model who opened a personal website and the first one to open a personal fan club website.
In March 1997 her first web site was succeeded by the site FirstSupermodel.com. Her personal site TraceyWalker.com and her booking site Spokesmodel.com followed a year after.
According to TopNetModels.com's official statistics, Tracey Walker was one of the most downloaded women with more than 2.5 billion downloads from 1994 to 2003. Her bikini, commercial and non-nude pinup-style photos were featured on over 10,000 popular websites and linked to by over 90,000 known websites between 1994 and 2003. Additionally, she was among the first models to be listed in top position on AOL, Compuserve, Yahoo and Lycos.
She has received more than 50 awards altogether over the course of her modeling career.
In 2001 she opened McCormick Agency, an agency that supplied spokesmodels to many of the fortune 500 companies worldwide.
It became the leading agency in the world for trade show and marketing companies, supplying spokesmodels to TV shows like Let's Make a Deal and corporations like Toyota, Canon, BMW, Siemens, Microsoft, Apple and VH1.
She sold McCormick Agency in 2006. << Less Bio