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Tracy Lynn Middendorf (born January 26, 1970; age 52) played Carla Matheson during Season 2 of 24.

Biography and career[]

Tracy Middendorf was born in Miami Beach, Florida. She attended Pickens High School in Jasper, Georgia. In 1987, during her senior year, she left Jasper to take drama classes in Miami, and later attended SUNY Purchase.

Through her career, Middendorf has had guest roles on TV shows including Any Day Now (with Daniel Dae Kim), JAG (with Zach Grenier), The X Files (with Eric Nenninger), Alias, Six Feet Under, and Lost (with Daniel Dae Kim and Henry Ian Cusick).

Although she works mainly on TV shows, she can also be seen on films like El Cortez (with Lou Diamond Phillips), For Love of the Game (with Daniel Dae Kim), Milestone, The Assassination of Richard Nixon, Mission: Impossible III, Wes Craven's New Nightmare, and Just Add Water (with Penny Balfour).

She won an Ovation Award for her interpretation of Alma in Tennessee Williams' Summer and Smoke at the Fountain Theater in 1999, and starred opposite Craig T. Nelson as Muriel McComber in the 1998 Lincoln Center production of Ah, Wilderness!.

Middendorf is married to Franz Wisner and has two children.

24 credits[]


  • Reaching for the Moon (2013)
  • Just Add Water (2008)
  • El Cortez (2006)
  • Mission: Impossible III (2006)
  • The Assassination of Richard Nixon (2004)
  • For Love of the Game (1999)
  • Milestone (1995)

Television appearences

  • Gone (2018)
  • Bloodline (2017)
  • Scream: The TV Series (2015-2016)
  • The Last Ship (2014)
  • Body of Proof (2013)
  • Boardwalk Empire (2010-2012)
  • Criminal Minds (2011)
  • NCIS (2010)
  • Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (2007)
  • Lost (2007)
  • House M.D. (2005)
  • Medical Investigation (2004)
  • The Guardian (2003)
  • Alias (2003)
  • Night Visions (2002)
  • The Division (2002)
  • The Practice (1997-2002)
  • Any Day Now (2002)
  • Ally McBeal (1999)
  • Angel (1999)
  • Beverly Hills, 90210 (1993-94)

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