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Roxy Astor (Tracee Leigh Phelps) was born on 23 October, 1962 in Auburn, Washington, U.S., is an actress. Discover Roxy Astor's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is She in this year and how She spends money? Also learn how She earned most of networth at the age of 61 years old?

Popular As Tracee Leigh Phelps
Occupation Actress, Wrestler, Hairstylist
Age 61 years old
Zodiac Sign Libra
Born 23 October, 1962
Birthday 23 October
Birthplace Auburn, Washington, U.S.
Nationality United States

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Roxy Astor Net Worth

Her net worth has been growing significantly in 2022-2023. So, how much is Roxy Astor worth at the age of 61 years old? Roxy Astor’s income source is mostly from being a successful actress. She is from United States. We have estimated Roxy Astor's net worth , money, salary, income, and assets.

Net Worth in 2023 $1 Million - $5 Million
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In 2021, the show, renamed AfterGLOW 80s Extravaganza, won Most Anticipated Upcoming Production of a Play from BroadwayWorld Las Vegas.


Meltzer was nominated for a Broadway World Award for her role as "Roxy Astor" in the show. The show itself earned 8 nominations. In 2020, she received a BroadwayWorld Los Angeles nomination for Costume Design of the Decade. The show ended up winning two awards: Best Ensemble of the Decade and Director of a Musical of the Decade.


AfterGLOW: The 80s Musical Experience was the brainchild of original GLOW girl Roxy Astor (Tracee Meltzer). On October 23, 2018, Meltzer's 56th birthday, all of her labor came to fruition and AfterGLOW: The 80's Musical Experience premiered at the 11:11 Theatre in West Hollywood. Directed by award-winning Christopher G. Carver and written by Melissa Wassum, the show starred five of the original GLOW girls: Matilda The Hun (Dee Booher), Roxy Astor (Tracee Meltzer), MTV (Eileen O’Hara), Dallas (Debi Pelletier Miller), and Sunny the California Girl (Patricia Summerland).  The show is based on the real-life stories of 5 of the original GLOW wrestlers.  The show opens with the wrestlers reunited at Mountain Fiji’s memorial as they relive never before told stories from behind the scenes of GLOW. The show also starred LA Radio talk radio star Sheena Metal and Shameless star Mary Kennedy (New Fiona).  Also starring in this show were Kayla Ane Meltzer (Roxy Astor’s real life daughter and professional wrestler), Charlene Ward, Jasmine Fontes, Melissa Wassum, Taylor Ann Tracy, Justin Root, Robert Samo, and Nic Hodges.


Several of the original wrestlers from GLOW reunited for the first ever Q-&-A stage show called “The AfterGlow Fan Party” on Saturday, October 25, 2014 at the Acme Comedy Theater in Hollywood. Johnny C, the original ring announcer from GLOW emceed the event. The wrestlers in attendance were Daisy (Helena LeCount), Dallas (Debi Pelletier Miller), Godiva (Dawn Maestas), Gremlina (Sandy Manley), Jailbait (Trisha Casella), Little Egypt (Angelina Altashin), Major Tanya (Noelle Rose), Matilda the Hun (Deanna Booher), Melody Trouble Vixen (Eileen O’Hara), Roxy Astor (Tracee Meltzer), and Sunny the California Girl (Patricia Summerland).


Meltzer is the mother of three children: Dylan, Kayla and Lindzee. Her daughter Kayla wrestled for the Wrestlicious promotion under the name “Juvi Hall” and has also wrestled under the name "Britney Astor." Shortly after GLOW ended, Meltzer applied her education in fashion illustration to design children's fashion. Her line "Designs by Tracee" hung in several prestigious stores; among them were Fred Segal Santa Monica and in a shop at Treasure Island Hotel in Las Vegas when the casino/hotel was newly built. She has also been dating former U.S. marshal and 2-time world kickboxing champion Dan Magnus since 2013. Meltzer is a frequent guest on several radio shows such as GoTarryn! TV and Totally Driven Radio.


Years after GLOW had been taken off the air, an award-winning documentary about the show, GLOW: The Story of the Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling, was produced in 2012. Besides Meltzer, her daughter Kayla Meltzer (who wrestled under the name Juvi Hall in Wrestlicious and tried out for WWE’s NXT as Britney Astor) was also interviewed for the film. The documentary sparked a renewed interest in GLOW and, in 2013, Matt Cimber started working on a new wrestling program called Femme D’Action starring new wrestlers as well as some of the original GLOW wrestlers in different non-wrestling roles.

Despite being a ratings juggernaut that surpassed even WWF wrestling (later renamed WWE), GLOW was unexpectedly cancelled. “For me, it was just never quite done,” said Meltzer, whose sentiments reflected many of the other wrestlers who never had the opportunity to find closure when the show stopped production.  The 2012 documentary GLOW: The Story of the Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling had revived renewed interest in GLOW and just as the wrestlers had not found closure, they also learned that their fans were left wondering what had happened, too.  With many of the wrestlers being found by fans on social media, Meltzer decided to plan a reunion for the fans by starting a Kickstarter campaign called “The AfterGLOW Fan Party.”  Fundraising surpassed the $5000 goal.


Tracee Leigh Meltzer (née Phelps) (born October 23, 1962), best known as Roxy Astor, is an American actress, wrestler, children's fashion designer and hairstylist. Her notoriety began when she wrestled as one half of the tag team duo The Park Avenue Knockouts on G.L.O.W.: Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling.  She wrestled on G.L.O.W. for seasons 3 and 4.