Tracy Spiridakos’ (Chicago PD) Net worth, measurements, bio


• Tracy Spiridakos is a Canadian actress popularly known for her roles in “Chicago PD”, “Mortal Kombat: Legacy”, “Being Human” and “Revolution”.
• She was born in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada and grew up in Skala, Greece.
• She started her acting career in 2007 and rose to prominence in 2011 with her role in “Mortal Kombat: Legacy”.
• She was nominated for a Saturn Award for her role in “Revolution” in 201•
• Her net worth is estimated to be around $5 million.


Known from movies

Short information

Fact She is the unofficial “actress” for the role of Aubree McKnight/Dixon created by Brooklynnnnn.

Who is Tracy Spiridakos?

Tracy Spiridakos is a Canadian actress, who is probably most popular for playing the recurring character of Detective Hailey Upton on the TV drama series “Chicago PD”. Moreover, she is widely recognized for her starring role as Blue in the TV fantasy crime action series “Mortal Kombat: Legacy”, as well as in the TV series “Being Human” and “Revolution”.

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Early life, childhood and education

She was born under the zodiac sign Aquarius on the 14e February 1988, one in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, one of three children born to Anastasia and George Spiridakos. Besides being of Canadian nationality and white ethnicity, she is also of Greek descent through her father’s side. Besides her two brothers Tracy spent her early years growing up in Skala, Greece before settling in Canada in 1992. She graduated from Oak Park High School before enrolling at Manitoba’s Actors Training Center.

Due to her heritage, she is fluent in Greek and takes good care of her cultural heritage.

Early career

Interested in acting from her early years, after completing her studies in 2007, Spiridakos moved to Vancouver to pursue a career in the film industry full-time. She didn’t have to wait long as her debut acting engagement took place not long after, when she appeared in a supporting role in an episode of the TV series ‘Supernatural’.

Tracy Spiridakos

This was followed by several small screen appearances in TV series such as “Bionic Woman” and “Aliens in America” as well as TV movies including “Every Second Counts” and “The Secret Lives of Second Wives”. On the road to stardom Tracy stepped in 2009, when she was cast in the recurring role of Becky Richards in the TV comedy series “Majority Rules!”. Her big screen debut came in 2010 when she appeared in the critically booed thriller film “The Boy She Met Online”.

Acting career

Establishing herself as a promising young actress, Tracy Spiridakos rose to greater prominence in 2011 when she appeared in the TV series “Mortal Kombat: Legacy”, after which she appeared in the Oscar-nominated sci-fi drama film “Rise of the Planet of the Apes”. This was followed by her recurring role in the television supernatural horror drama series “Being Human” in 2012, starring Brynn McLean.

However, the real breakthrough in Tracy’s acting career came later that year, when she began her collaboration with two-time Primetime Emmy Award-winning producer JJ, and began appearing on NBC TV’s post-apocalyptic Sci-Fi series “Revolution,” following the world after the global power outage, put in the near future. She was cast for the main role from Charlotte “Charlie” Matheson and continued through the show’s two-season run, before its eventual cancellation in 2014.

For her amazing performance in 2013 Tracy was honored with a nomination for the Saturn Award for Best Actress on Television, given by the American Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films.

2015, Spiridakos appeared in a number of episodes of the TV horror mystery drama series “Bates Motel”, as well as in the TV comedy film “The History of Us”.

Between 2016 and 2017, she appeared opposite Lucas Till who stars in the title role of the ABC TV action adventure series “MacGyverwhile in 2017 Tracy joined the protagonists of the fifth season of NBC TV’s police drama series ‘Chicago PD’, which tells the story of the cops and officers of the Chicago Police Department. Since then she has been starring starring as Detective Hailey Upton from the 21’s Unitst District, and has appeared in 70 episodes to date.

Moreover, she has been since 2018 portrayplayed the same character in two of the shows spinoff TV series productions entitled “Chicago Med” and “Chicago Fire”. 2020, Tracy appeared again as Hailey Upton, this time in an episode of the TV mystery crime drama series “FBI”.

Private life

She is slim built with a muscular figure, 1.68 m tall, has long blue hair and blue colored eyes. When it comes to her private life, it has been made public Tracy was engaged to a colleague, Canadian actor Jon Cor.

Before deciding to take their relationship to the next level in December 2012, the couple shared several on-screen mutual appearances such as in the movie “The Boy She Met Online” and in the TV series “Being Human”. However, they broke off their engagement. After’almost getting marriedSpiridakos romantically connected with musician and songwriter Justin Ruane.

Net value

Speaking of Tracy Spiridakosnet worth, as of mid-2020, sources to have estimated it against an enviable one sum of $5 million, acquired entirely through her on-screen professional acting career, which currently spans over 13 years since 2007.

General information

First and last name Tracy Spiridakos
Height 1.68m
Profession Actor
Nationality Canadian


Parents George Spiridakos, Anastasia Spiridakos


Movies Kill for Me, Rise of the Planet of the Apes, The Boy She Met Online, The Secret Lives of Second Wives, Every Second Counts, Goblin
TV shows Revolution

Links to social profiles


# Quote
1 [on performing in the series ‘Revolution’] I do kickboxing on my own; I spent about a year on it. I’ve grown up around boys all my life, always a little confused about everything. The action part and the stunt part really captivate me, and it’s a lot of fun.


# Fact
1 She is the unofficial “actress” for the role of Aubree McKnight/Dixon created by Brooklynnnnn.
2 Formerly engaged to The Boy She Met Online (2010) and Being Human co-star, Jon Cor. The two got engaged in December 2012 but broke it off (date unknown).
3 Starred in two movies with her ex-fiancée, Jon Cor: The Boy She Met Online (2010) and Being Human (2013).
4 Tracy Spiridakos is of Greek descent. Both her parents are Greek and after her birth they moved back to Greece, in Skala, the hometown of her father. Tracy lived in Greece until she was 9 years old. She speaks fluent Greek.




Title Year Status Character
Byrd and the bees 2017 pre-production Rebecca Byrd
Chicago PD 2017 TV serials Hailey Upton
MacGyver 2016-2017 TV serials Nikki Carpenter
reconnaissance 2016 TV movie Alexa
The history of us 2015 TV movie Holly
Bates Motel 2015 TV serials Annika Johnson
Revolution 2012-2014 TV serials Charlie Matheson
Episodes 2014 TV serials Dawn
Dead to me 2013 Video Hayley Jones
Rags 2012 TV movie Sammi
Being human 2012 TV serials Brynn McLean
Rise of the planet of the monkeys 2011 Party girl #2
Mortal Kombat: Legacy 2011 TV serials Blue
Soldiers of the Apocalypse 2011 TV serials Forty
Majority rules! 2009-2011 TV serials Becky Richards
Tower Preparation 2010 TV serials Cent
Hellcats 2010 TV serials Ella
psych 2010 TV serials Saralyn
The boy she met online 2010 Cami Winters
goblin 2010 TV movie Nikki Perkin
Web of desire 2009 TV movie Megan
The L word 2009 TV serials Pretty young woman
The Secret Lives of Second Wives 2008 TV movie Meredith
Every second counts 2008 TV movie Girl #1
Aliens in America 2007 TV serials Liz
Bionic woman 2007 TV serials Annie
Supernatural 2007 TV serials Nurse

Thank you

Title Year Status Character
A ghost inside 2013 Short special thanks


Title Year Status Character
Pop culture underground 2015 TV serials herself
Last conversation with Carson Daly 2013 TV serials Himself – Guest
Revolution: cast and creators live at Paleyfest 2013 TV special Himself – panelist
The 39th Annual People’s Choice Awards 2013 TV special herself
Comic Con 2012 live 2012 TV special herself
The boys who came to play 2007 Documentary about TV movies Young Lois


Nominated awards

Year Price Ceremony Presentation Movie
2013 Saturn Award Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror Films, USA Best Actress on Television Revolution (2012)

Source: IMDb, Wikipedia