Tracy Tynan

costume designer and author

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Costume designer and author

Tracy Tynan on KCRW

When Tracy Tynan's literary parents, Kenneth Tynan and Elaine Dundy, weren't writing with sparkling wit, they were fighting, drinking and having affairs that culminated in divorce.

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When Tracy Tynan's literary parents, Kenneth Tynan and Elaine Dundy, weren't writing with sparkling wit, they were fighting, drinking and having affairs that culminated in divorce.

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