Actress Tracey Ullman will be back on HBO again tonight to entertain all her viewers on Tracey Ullman’s Show. She’s suddenly become a household name so it’s no surprise that Tracey Ullman’s net worth of $115.0 million is because of her hard work and determination. If you want to know more about her, then take a look at our Tracey Ullman wiki.
Tracey Ullman’s Wiki
Born Trace Ullman on December 30, 1959, which makes Tracey Ullman’s age 57. She was born in Slough, Buckinghamshire, England. Ullman is the daughter of Dorin and Anthony John Ullman. At a very young age, Ullman was attracted to acting and comedy. Her mother recognized her talent and motivated her to perform.
Ullman lost her father at a very young age. In an interview, she recalls when she was six years old, her father who was recovering from a heart operation passed away due to a heart attack. Ullman said, “When that happens to you as a child, you can face anything. You’re always waiting for the other shoe to drop. If something great happens, you’re like, ‘Wow, that’s great that happened, because it could have been crap’. The most disappointing thing happened when you were younger […] You’re just braver and if good things happen you’re really grateful.”
After Ullman’s father died, her mother worked extremely hard to make ends meet. When Ullman was studying in a school, she used her talent and wrote and performed in several school plays. At the age of 12, Ullman won a full scholarship to the Italia Conti Academy. However, Ullman did not really enjoy the Academy and claimed that a lot of students were under pressure. Because she did not like it there, Ullman used to kill time in pubs rather than attending classes.
Tracey Ullman’s Net Worth
Tracey Ullman’s net worth is estimated at $115.0 million! At a very young age, Ullman found her calling and left no stone unturned to achieve it. During her struggling years, Ullman appeared in several West End musicals like Grease, Elvis The Musical, and also The Rocky Horror Show. Additionally, Ullman had appeared on British TV sketch comedy shows, Three of a Kind and A Kick Up the Eighties. Throughout her career, Ullman has appeared in several TV shows such as Saturday Night Live, Tracey Ullman: A Class Act, Tracey Ullman Takes On New York, The Little Lulu Show, Tracey Takes On…, Ally McBeal, Dawn French’s Girls Who Do Comedy, Mumbai Calling, Have I Got News for You, and Howards End.
Besides working in TV shows, Ullman has also worked in several movies like Plenty, Household Saints, Bullets over Broadway, Small Time Crooks, Corpse Bride, Flushed Away, I Could Never Be Your Woman, and Into the Woods. Did you know Tracey Ullman was also a musical artist? Tracey Ullman’s songs include “Move Over Darling,” “Sunglasses,” “Terry,” “Breakaway,” and “They Don’t Know.”
Start of Tracey Ullman’s Show
Tracey Ullman’s Show premiered on April 5, 1987, which was created by James L. Brooks, Ken Estin, and Heide Perlman. Ullman played an array of characters on the show. The show was so popular that it won three Emmy Awards. The last episode of The Tracey Ullman’s Show aired on May 26, 1990.
Now, fans of Tracey Ullman will be happy to know that Tracey Ullman’s Show’s second season will air on HBO, on October 20, at 11:00 p.m. EST. It has been reported that the latest season will have six episodes. These episodes will see Ullman play the characterizations of Dame Judi Dench, Maggie Smith, Camilla, and German Chancellor Angela Merkel.
Tracey Ullman’s Husband
In 1983, Ullman got married to producer, Allan McKeown. The couple went on to have two kids; Mabel, who was born in 1986 and Johnny, who was born in 1991. In 2015, it was reported that Mabel was a parliamentary candidate for the Labour Party. Ullman’s second child, Johnny works an actor and is a writer for The Late Late Show with James Corden. On December 24, 2013, Ullman’s husband, McKeown died due to prostate cancer, just three days before their 30th wedding anniversary.