Tracey McShane Biography
(Jon Stewart's wife, Animal Rights Advocate)
Birthday: August 6, 1967 (Leo)
Born In: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Tracey Lynn Stewart, née McShane, is an American former veterinary technician, graphic designer, and animal rights advocate. She is widely known as the wife of comedian, author, political commentator, and television host, Jon Stewart. A native of Pennsylvania, Tracey attended California College of Arts and Crafts and Drexel University before starting her professional career as a graphic designer. After her husband landed the job as the host of ‘The Daily Show’, she decided to go back to school to get a degree in veterinary science. She established ‘Moomah the Magazine’ and serves as the vice president of the Portrait Project. Tracey works closely with an animal protection organization called Farm Sanctuary and along with her husband, has purchased a farm in New Jersey to provide a shelter for rescued farm animals. As an author, she has published the non-fiction book ‘Do Unto Animals: A Friendly Guide to How Animals Live, and How We Can Make Their Lives Better’ in 2015.