Irene Peters trained at The Italia Conti Stage School in London. Since the age of five she has been singing and dancing. As a child she attended The Ivy Travers School of Dancing, and appeared in numerous shows from the ages of five to ten years old. After leaving Italia Conti Irene appeared in numerous TV series and Films in the 1970s. She also continued her singing and also started playing guitar along the lines of folk and country music. Irene also did lots of cabaret, singing pop music of the 1970s/1980s. Read more... and became Irena Peters. On landing a part in the US Film 'Games Girls Play' Irene took the name of her character in the film 'Melinda' and became Melinda Tracey. Irene has done numerous stage roles, including the lead role of 'Dorothy' in the stage musical 'The Wizard Of Oz' and appeared in the film 'Pink Floyd, The Wall' in 1981. Irene is married to musician/songwriter Alan Jackson, and on occasion sings with Alan's band. Their son is horror core rapper 'Father Clockwork' who has numerous CDs available. Irene continues to act and is appearing in drama productions around the London area.