Trace was born in the bank of a creek beside a pasture in the crisp morning air of early October. Mama raised him with homemade buttered biscuits in the morning, and her Famous Chicken Casserole at supper time. Pop, an Airforce veteran, taught Trace how to drive a truck, be kind and respectful to strangers, and work hard for everything you really want in life.
Mama knew he was an entertainer ever since the cows would watch that boy sing in his backyard. They would always come back for encores. Pop took Trace to the pawn shop one day to get him a guitar and he'd play it every day as soon as he got home. Started taking it to school so much the principal made "Bring Your Guitar Friday Day" so Trace and his Git Stick Group could play diddies at lunch time.
Trace has been runnin' amuck performing in both Carolinas for 4+ years now playing in bar and grill's, ice cream parlors, coffee houses and the back porch in summer time. He would join the musical theatre scene his freshman year of high school earning principle roles in all shows and eventually start saturating in community theatre. Started training at the American Musical Dramatic Academy (AMDA) after high school and plans to finish his degree at The New School Of Drama in New York City.
Some hobbies of this fella is throwing boomerangs, yo-yo tricks and going on adventures to popular places like the Brooklyn Bridge or secluded areas like an abandoned farm colony in Staten Island.