Tracey Ullman (born 30 December 1959) is an English-American stage and television actress, comedian, singer, dancer, director, author, and screenwriter of dual British and American citizenship. Wikipedia
Born: 30th December, 1959, Slough, Berkshire, England
Height: 5' 5½" (166 cm)
Claim to Fame: I Love You to Death
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A witch tasks a childless baker and his wife with procuring magical items from classic fairy tales to reverse the curse put on their family tree.
Producer Allan McKeown, who worked on a series of hit TV shows with wife Tracey Ullman, died in his Los Angeles home on Christmas Eve at the age of 67. McKeown, who started out as a hairdresser in the UK, working for clients including The Beatles, Elizabeth Taylor and Michael Caine, had been suffering from prostate cancer. The producer behind series including Auf Wiedersehen, Pet, and Tracey Takes On... met his actress wife in 1983. he couple, who have two children - Mabel and Johnny - were due to celebrate their 30th anniversary today. In 1969 McKeown, who... Read More
Posted by vlad1369 1 year ago
By James Brady
Published: April 6, 2008
She’s funny and audacious, and she has seven Emmy Awards to prove it. Just try to interview Tracey Ullman without breaking up in laughter as she riffs in hilarious dialects and take-offs.
In fact, the only time Tracey played it straight when I interviewed her recently was when the British-born entertainer told me why she’d become an American citizen. “I married here, have a career here, and I wanted to be able to vote here,” said Ullman. “I have more confidence now in making fun of America... Read More
Posted by NewsHound 6 years ago
Has been able to perform in black-face on her show, "Tracey Takes On..." (1996), without any controversy.
Became an American citizen in 2003. Ullman told interviewer Terry Gross that the hardest part of becoming a citizen was that after the induction, they were all forced to listen to the Lee Greenwood song "Proud to be an American".
I`m still that little girl who lisped and sat in the back of the car and threw vegetables at the back of her head when we drove home from the market. That never goes.
It`s funny - if you impersonate somebody, they have no idea it`s them.