A multi-talented Tracey Ullman who is an English TV, stage as well as film actress is also a comedian, dancer, singer, screenwriter, director, author and a businesswoman. She holds the dual citizenship of British as well American. She is the native of Slough, Buckhinghamshire, England. She came into this world on 30th December of the year 1959 which has now made her reach at the age of 56.
She stands at height of five feet and five inches taller. Tracey was the first British woman who was offered her own TV sketch show in both United Kingdom and United States. Her early appearances were on the British TV sketch comedy shows known as A Kick Up the Eighties and Three of a Kind. She is the daughter of Dorin and Antony John Ullman. Her real name is Trace Ullman but she added the letter ‘y’.
Moving on to her personal life biography, Tracey is a married woman. She was married to her husband named Allan McKeown who was a producer. The couple tied their knot with each other on 27th December of the year 1983. She also has two children together with her husband. She gave birth to their first child named Mabel in 1996 and later, she again gave birth to their second child in 1991 whom they have named as Johnny. Their first child, Mabel works for Labour Party whereas their second child Johnny is an actor. On 24th December of the year 2013, her husband Allan died at the home from prostate cancer. It was just the three days before the 30th wedding anniversary of them.
Tracey’s debut album released in the year 1983 which was entitled as You Broke My Heart in 17 Places. It featured her first hit single called Breakaway and the international hit cover of the label-mate Kirsty MacColl’s They Don’t Know which reached at number 2 in UK. Later, she gave up her music career after the incident that occurred on German TV show. After that, she again got reteamed with McCartney in 2013 appearing in his music video for a single called Queenie Eye from his album titled as New.
Prior to that, her other movies as well as TV credits include The Full Wax, Tracey Takes on..., Sesame Street, Screenplay. Love & War, Sibs, A Dirty Shame, I Love You to Death, Happily Ever After, Plenty, and many more. In addition to that, Tracey she also became the modern-day cartoon voice of the Little Lulu in the year 1995. Besides that, more info about her bio can also be accessed from various sources.