Tracy Grandstaff

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Tracy Grandstaff
OccupationWriter, actress
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Tracy Grandstaff
OccupationWriter, actress

Tracy Grandstaff is an American writer and voice actress best known for her work portraying Daria Morgendorffer from the MTV animated series Daria. This role was spun off from another MTV series, Beavis and Butt-head, for which Grandstaff provided the voices of Daria and other minor characters.[1]

She has written for various series on MTV, including The Tom Green Show and the annual Video Music Awards, and for other Viacom-owned networks, including VH1, Comedy Central and Nickelodeon. She was also a cast member on the (unused, early working version of) pilot episode of the reality TV series The Real World. In April 2011 Grandstaff conducted an interview with the website Can I Get A Man With That[2] to promote the DVD release of the complete series of Daria. On her view of the character eight years since the finale, Grandstaff said, "She is, was, and always will be the Misery Chick who loathes attention more than she loathes herself. Eight years later, there are new things that would totally annoy her—primarily words like totally and bestie. ...I don't see her as a sad character. I see her as tolerant of her unavoidable reality—eager to put the whole miserable experience behind her, so she could get out into the world and surround herself with people she actually admired and respected, or not."



Feature films
2000Is It Fall Yet?Daria Morgendorffer
2002Is It College Yet?Daria Morgendorffer


1993–1997, 2011Beavis and Butt-headDaria Morgendorffer (1993–1997, 2011), Mrs. Stevenson, CassandraDaria will not return to the new episodes of the series, but will make a cameo in one episode.
1993Beavis and Butt-Head Do ChristmasDaria Morgendorffer, Mrs. Stevenson, Cassandra
1997–2002DariaDaria Morgendorffer

Video games[edit]

1995Beavis and Butt-head in Virtual StupidityDaria Morgendorffer, Heather, Jennifer, Hippie Lady, Others
1999Daria's Sick Sad Life PlannerDaria Morgendorffer
2000Daria's InfernoDaria Morgendorffer


  1. ^ "Kool Thing: '90s Cult Hit 'Daria' Finally Hits DVD". Rolling Stone. Retrieved May 12, 2010. 
  2. ^ "Dear Daria, Revisiting the Misery Chick". 15 Questions. Can I Get A Man With That?. Retrieved April 14, 2011. 

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