Tracey Ullman

Tracey Ullman

Highest Rated: 95% Bullets Over Broadway (1994)

Lowest Rated: Not Available

Birthday: Dec 30, 1959

Birthplace: Slough, Berkshire, England, UK

Born in Buckinghamshire, England in 1959, multi-talented Tracey Ullman found success as both a singer and an actress. Her unique eye on the world was formed early. Her father died in front of her when she was six years old, making it a struggle for her family to make ends meet. Ever the performer, Ullman won a scholarship to the Italia Conti Academy where she trained as an actress. At sixteen, a random audition led to a short-lived contract dancing with a German ballet company. Her first onscreen credit came in 1980, when she played a recurring role on "Mackenzie" (BBC, 1980), but her career solidified the next year when she starred in the sketch comedy show "Three of a Kind" (BBC1, 1981-1983). As that show wrapped up, Ullman tried her hand at a music career releasing the album You Broke My Heart in 17 Places in 1983, and You Caught Me Out the next year. She ended up with a number of hit songs including "They Don't Know" which reached number 2 in the UK and number 8 in the United States, but quickly decided that the music industry wasn't for her. She made a triumphant return to television with the sitcom "Girls On Top" (ITV, 1985-86) in 1985, which brought her to the attention of executives at the fledgling Fox network. In 1987, her variety show "The Tracey Ullman Show" (Fox, 1987-1990) became one of the networks first scripted series. The show featured Ullman playing an array of roles from irascible office worker Kay, to Dr. Alexander Gibson. It was a critical smash, earning eleven Emmy awards over it's four seasons including two wins for Outstanding Variety, Music of Comedy program and the first of four individual Emmys for Ullman. It was also the launching pad for "The Simpsons" (Fox, 1989-), which began as short cartoons within episodes of the show. Exhausted from performing her show in front of a live audience, Ullman decided to end it in 1990, the same year she made her feature film debut in "I Love You To Death" (1990). Her husband convinced her to create the sketch special "Tracey Ullman: A Class Act" (1993), this time shot on location with no studio audience, which ultimately turned into the HBO series "Tracey Takes On " (HBO, 1996-99). In 2000, Ullman was nominated for a Golden Globe for her performance in Woody Allen's film "Small Time Crooks" (2000). She returned again to playing multiple characters on the sketch comedy series "Tracey Ullman's State of the Union" (Showtime, 2008-2010). In 2016 Ullman returned to the BBC, bringing yet another sketch show, "Tracey Ullman's Show" (BBC One, 2016-), as well as playing in the miniseries adaptation "Howard's End" (BBC One, 2017), and "Tracey Breaks the News" (BBC One, 2017-)

Highest rated movies

Bullets Over Broadway
Into the Woods
Small Time Crooks
I Could Never Be Your Woman
I'll Do Anything
I Love You to Death




No Score Yet 32% Death to 2021 Unknown (Character) - 2021
40% 60% Death to 2020 Unknown (Character) - 2020
54% 62% The Prom Vera (Character) - 2020
88% 95% Onward Grecklin (Voice) $60.4M 2020
No Score Yet No Score Yet Zog Madame Dragon (Voice) - 2019
71% 49% Into the Woods Jack's Mother (Character) $128.0M 2014
57% 44% The Tale of Despereaux Mig (Voice) - 2008
64% 44% I Could Never Be Your Woman Mother Nature (Character) - 2007
No Score Yet 56% Once Upon a Mattress Princess Winnifred (Character) - 2005
0% 44% Kronk's New Groove Ms. Birdwell (Voice) - 2005
84% 77% Tim Burton's Corpse Bride Nell Van Dort/Hildegarde (Voice) $53.4M 2005
53% 51% A Dirty Shame Sylvia Stickles (Character) $1.3M 2004
91% 62% Panic Martha (Character) $775.8K 2000
66% 57% Small Time Crooks Francis 'Frenchy' Fox Winkler (Character) $17.1M 2000
24% 27% Ready to Wear (Pret-a-Porter) Nina Scant (Character) $10.7M 1994
61% 42% I'll Do Anything Beth Hobbs (Character) $10.2M 1994
95% 83% Bullets Over Broadway Eden Brent (Character) $11.4M 1994
41% 81% Robin Hood: Men in Tights Latrine (Character) $35.3M 1993
40% 52% Happily Ever After Thunderella AND Moonbeam (Voice) $3.2M 1993
54% 73% Household Saints Catherine Falconetti (Character) $499.8K 1993
56% 63% I Love You to Death Rosalie Boca (Character) $14.9M 1990
27% 58% Jumpin' Jack Flash Fiona (Character) $24.5M 1986
56% 51% Plenty Alice Park (Character) $6.1M 1985
No Score Yet No Score Yet The Young Visiters Ethel Monticue (Character) - 1984


96% 69% Mrs. America Betty Friedan (Character) 2020
95% 77% Tracey Ullman's Show Various (Character),
Executive Producer
87% 62% Howards End on Masterpiece Aunt Juley Mund (Character) 2017
89% 75% Girls Ode Montgomery (Guest Star) 2017
No Score Yet 100% Shakespeare Uncovered Guest 2015
No Score Yet 100% Sofia the First Marla (Guest Voice) 2014
84% 84% How I Met Your Mother Genevieve Scherbatsky (Guest Star) 2014
No Score Yet No Score Yet Tracey Ullman's State of the Union Unknown (Character) 2009-2010
No Score Yet 88% Will & Grace Ann (Guest Star) 2004
61% 75% Ally McBeal Unknown (Guest Star) 1998-1999
No Score Yet No Score Yet The Little Lulu Show Unknown (Voice) 1995-1996 1998-1999
No Score Yet 96% Sesame Street Unknown (Guest Star) 1995
85% 76% The Simpsons Emily Winthrop/Mrs. Winfield (Guest Voice) 1991
No Score Yet No Score Yet The Tracey Ullman Show Unknown (Character) 1987-1990
No Score Yet No Score Yet Girls on Top Unknown (Character) 1985