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Tracey Cox (born 1961, Exeter, Devon) is a non fiction author who specializes in books on dating, sex and relationships. She is the author of many best selling titles.
Total Books: 67
On radio, she appears from time to time on the Jo Whiley show on BBC Radio 1, on a feature called 'Ask The Experts'. Her television career has included co-presenting programmes like Would Like To Meet on BBC2 and The Sex Inspectors for Channel 4 in the United Kingdom.
She has also been a columnist for newspapers and magazines.
Cox was born in the United Kingdom but has spent many years in Australia where she edited Cosmopolitan magazine and had her own radio show. Although not much information is known about Cox herself, a great deal can be learnt about her from her books as they contain snippets from her own personal experiences. Hot Relationships was written after her divorce.
Tracey Cox is an international sex, body language and relationships "expert" as well as a TV presenter. She is well-known for her TV shows on sex and relationships, including The Sex Inspectors (Ch4 and HBO in the US), Would Like to Meet (BBC2), Under One Roof (ITV) and Date Patrol (Discovery in the US).
A former associate editor of Cosmopolitan (Australia) and radio show host, Tracey has appeared on Oprah, CNN and The Today Show in the US, as well as numerous prime-time chat shows in the UK and worldwide. She has studied psychology and travels the world, doing television, radio and print interviews on her specialist subjects. Tracey has dispensed information via the media for more than 15 years and sold over 2 million books with six titles as international bestsellers. Her first book, Hot Sex: How to do it, was an instant worldwide success and is available in 140 countries, translated into over 20 languages. Her most popular books include supersex, superdate, superflirt, Hot Relationships, The Sex Doctor, superhotsex, Kama Sutra and Sextasy. Tracey is UK Glamour magazine’s relationships coach, she has a weekly column in Closer magazine and is agony aunt for News of the World. She also has her own range of sex toys and products.
Born in the UK, Tracey spent many years in Australia before moving back to London to host her first television series. She currently lives in Notting Hill, London.