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Tracy was recently showrunner and director of MAX's 6-part series What Am I Eating? with Zooey Deschanel for ATTN: Studios.


As co-executive producer for VICE FOOD (a partnership between VICE and Fremantle Media), Tracy oversaw the development, production, and post production for a slate of videos, both series and one-offs. Series include: Bong Appetit, Fuel, Chef's Night Out, How Tos, Sushi Chef, Sex + Food, Al-Kee-Hol, LA Coffee, Fat Prince with Andy Milonakis, and the Munchies Guides to Vegas, Oregon, and Washington. She also directed and produced documentaries for the POLITICS Of FOOD series about foie gras and bluefin tuna, and showrunner of VICELAND's television series: The Ice Cream Show.

The Riff Raff Weight Gain Diet

The Riff Raff Weight Gain Diet

Rapper Riff Raff is on tour—and is set on fueling his body the right way. After a series of dietary mishaps on his road to getting buff, Riff Raff decides it’s time to make a change. He adds a serious workout regimen to his tour schedule and is focused on gainin' weight and feelin’ great in hopes of becoming 240 pounds of pure muscle. (Soon after we filmed, he announced that he's training with Hulk Hogan to become a WWE Wrestler.) But there'd better be barbells and lots of lobster if he’s going to reach his fitness goals and become the Neon Icon he’s meant to be. Don’t be fooled—he’s still set on his quest to get even bigger, faster, and stronger. Watch out for those pythons in the meantime… Riff Raff Eats Burgers and Gumbo While Training with Hulk Hogan: Watch Riff Raff X Action Bronson in "Fuck, That's Delicious" - Watch more extreme diets on MUNCHIES: The 10,000-Calorie Sumo Wrestler Diet - The 20,000-Calorie Strongman Diet - The Guy Who Survived on Pizza for 25 Years - Check out Riff Raff's Neon Icon on iTunes: Subscribe to Munchies here: Check out for more! Follow Munchies here: Facebook: Twitter: Tumblr: Instagram: More videos from the VICE network:
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