Dina Waters is an American actress and voice artist best known for her role as Tracy Montrose Blair on the first season of the television drama series Six Feet Under, in 2001.
Waters first came to prominence in the HBO special Public Law 106: The Becky Bell Story, for which she earned a Daytime Emmy. Her other television credits include the series Remember WENN, Men Behaving Badly, Cold Feet, Stark Raving Mad, Greg the Bunny, Frasier and Joey.
Under her pre-married name, Dina Spybey, she made her feature film debut in Striptease. She has since appeared in such movies as Big Night, The First Wives Club, Suburbia, Isn't She Great?, John Q, Full Frontal and The Haunted Mansion.
She collaborated with her husband, director Mark Waters, on Freaky Friday and Just Like Heaven.
Waters earned a BFA in acting from Ohio State University and an MFA from Rutgers University before beginning her career on the stage.
She has appeared in numerous Broadway and off-Broadway plays, including Alan Ball's Five Women Wearing the Same Dress, for which she earned a Theatre World Award for Outstanding New Talent; Blue Light and The Shawl, both directed by Sidney Lumet; Don Juan in Chicago; and The Iceman Cometh, opposite Kevin Spacey.