Dec. 30th, 1959
Slough, Berkshire, England, UK
5' 5 1/2
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Tracey Ullman is an English television, stage, and film actress of dual British and American citizenship. She performs as a comedian, singer and dancer, and also works as a director, screenwriter, author, and businesswoman.
- Has homes in England and Los Angeles.
- Hit the Billboard top 100 twice in 1984 with 'They Don't Know' (US #8) and 'Breakaway' (US #70). Both singles also peaked at #2 and #4 respectively in the UK in 1983. Also had 3 further UK top hits with 'Move Over Darling' (UK #8) in 1983 and 'My Guy' (UK #23) and 'Sunglasses' (UK #18) in 1984. She also claims her original record company, Stiff Records, "stiffed" her by not paying her proper royalties.
- According to the British press, she and her husband 'Allan McKeown (I)' (qv) have a net worth of between $50-100 million.
- On the radio program "Fresh Air with Terry Gross," she said that when she was six years old, her father died of a heart attack while reading a book to her.
- After appearing in his film _Give My Regards to Broad Street (1984)_ (qv), 'Paul McCartney' (qv) returned the favor by appearing at the very end of her video for the hit song "They Don't Know". He played a character named Paul.
- Has been able to perform in black-face on her show, _"Tracey Takes On..." (1996)_ (qv), without any controversy.
- Son, John Albert Victor McKeown (Born August 6, 1991) and daughter, Mabel Ellen McKeown (born April 1, 1986).
- Ended her American TV shows by telling the audience to "Go Home."