Dec. 30th, 1959
Slough, Berkshire, England, UK
5' 5 1/2"
Tracey Ullman's Main TV Roles
Main Movie Roles2008 - The Tale of Despereaux
2007 - I Could Never Be Your Woman
2006 - The Queen
2005 - Corpse Bride
2004 - A Dirty Shame
2000 - Small Time Crooks
2000 - Panic
1994 - Prêt-à-porter
1994 - Bullets Over Broadway
1993 - Robin Hood: Men in Tights
1993 - Happily Ever After
1990 - I Love You to Death
1986 - Jumpin' Jack Flash
1985 - Plenty
1984 - Give My Regards to Broad Street
Guest TV Roles
Telephone Voice (Voiced)
Emily Winthrop (Voiced)
- Announced that she was performing at a tribute concert for the late singer-songwriter 'Kirsty MacColl' (qv). It was MacColl who wrote Ullman's 1983 hit song, "They Don't Know."
- Dropped out of high school.
- Ended her American TV shows by telling the audience to "Go Home."
- Became an American citizen in 2006. 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".
- Has homes in England and Los Angeles.
- The phenomenally successful animated series _"The Simpsons" (1989)_ (qv) is actually a spin-off of _"The Tracey Ullman Show" (1987)_ (qv). The animated show began as 30 second segments aired between comedy sketches. In 1992, she filed a lawsuit asking for a share of the merchandise related profit from "The Simpsons". The lawsuit was unsuccessful.
- Once played Frenchy in a London stage production of "Grease". She also played a character named Frenchy in _Small Time Crooks (2000)_ (qv).
- Is the first foreign comedienne to successfully crossover to American television audiences.