Facts About Tracy-Ann Oberman
|Celebrated Name||Tracy-Ann Oberman|
|Age||56 Years Old|
|Birth Name||Tracy Anne Oberman|
|Place Of Birth||Brent, London, England|
|Source of Wealth||Television, theatre and radio actress, and a narrator career|
|Net Worth||$5 million|
|Salary||5 feet 5 inches (1.68 m)|
|Weight||62 kg (136 lbs)|
|Eye Color||Dark brown|
Tracy Anne Oberman is an English television personality, theatre, and radio actress, and a narrator who is excellently known as Tracy-Ann Oberman. She is well recognized for her roles including Chrissie Watts in the BBC soap opera "EastEnders" (2004-2005) and Valerie Lewis or "Auntie Val" in the Channel 4 sitcom "Friday Night Dinner" (2011-2020). She's also written for "The Guardian" and performed in a number of radio plays. Early in her career, Oberman was a member of the Royal Shakespeare Company. She has also won two British Soap Awards for her work on "EastEnders". Similarly, her TV credits have also included "Doctor Who", "Mistresses", "Robin Hood", and "Doctors". She is also active in social media as she has gained more than 106.6K followers on her Twitter account. Additionally, in 2022, Tracy starred in "The Great Celebrity Bake Off for SU2C" and "Shakespeare & Hathaway: Private Investigators".
Tracy-Ann Oberman Famous For
- Being an English television, theatre, and radio actress, and a narrator.
- For her roles including Chrissie Watts in the BBC soap opera "EastEnders" (2004-2005) and Valerie Lewis or "Auntie Val" in the Channel 4 sitcom "Friday Night Dinner" (2011-2020).
What is Tracy-Ann Oberman Religion?
Tracy-Ann Oberman opened her eyes for the very first time on 25th August 1966 in Brent, London, England. Her real name is Tracy Anne Oberman and her nationality is British. She came from British-white ethnic background. Likewise, her religious belief is in the Jewish religion and her race is white. Oberman's present age is 55 which she celebrated back in 2021 and as per her birth date, her star sign is Virgo. She has not shared any details regarding her parents.
Talking about Tracy's education, she attended Heathfield School for Girls, before going on to study Classics at Leeds University; however, after a year she moved to Manchester University to pursue drama. After graduating she was accepted into the Central School of Speech and Drama, where she trained as an actor. In 1991, she studied for a term at the Moscow Art Theatre School as part of her training.
Tracy-Ann Oberman Career Timeline
- Tracy-Ann Oberman jumps off her career by taking part in the RSC's award-winning production of Christopher Marlowe's "Tamburlaine" as "Olympia" in 1993 after which she completed her run at the RSC playing in "Macbeth" and "A Christmas Carol" in 1994.
- She played at the National Theatre in Clifford Odets' "Waiting for Lefty" in 1999 and returned to the National Theatre in "Edmond" in 2003.
- She was seen in Mike Leigh's play, "Two Thousand Years" in 2006 and continued her theatre run by starring in the world premiere of "On the Rocks" as Frieda Lawrence in July 2008.
- Oberman played Sarah in the touring production of "Earthquakes in London" in 2011 and returned to the stage at the Hampstead Theatre in the premiere of "Old Money" in December 2012.
- In 2015, she played the role of Isabella Blow in the play "McQueen".
- Besides, she has appeared in over 600 radio plays as she starred regularly on BBC Radio 4 as a member of the station's unofficial "repertory" company, including; "The Way It Is" (1998-2001), the leading role in "The Attractive Young Rabbi" (1999-2002), "The Sunday Format" (199-2004), and "Getting Nowhere Fast".
- She returned to radio to star in "Gregory Evans’ mind-boggling play" "Shirleymander" for Radio 4 at the end of 2009.
- Oberman's first major television role was in 1997 when she was cast as Zoe Gerrard, a security officer in the medical drama "Casualty".
- She joined the cast of "Comedy Nation" in 1998 and was cast as series regular "Beverly Jordan" opposite Michael Barrymore in "Bob Martin", as well as she became a lead performer in "Lenny Henry in Pieces".
- She joined the second and final series of the sketch show "Big Train" in 2002 and moved away from comedy to join the BBC soap opera "EastEnders" in 2004.
- As well, she provided the voice of "Miss Dickson" in the adult-themed cartoon "Bromwell High" for Channel Four before leaving "EastEnders".
- It was announced that she announced that she would guest star in the second series of the revived "Doctor Who".
- Later signed on to the BBC One six-part comedy-drama series "Sorted" as series regular Amy in 2006 and made a brief return to TV in the CBBC production "Summerhill".
- Uniformly, she was seen in numerous films and Tv series such as "Friday Night Dinner", "Toast of London", "Father Brown", "Tracy Beaker Returns", and "Tracey Breaks the News" and "Tracey Ullman's Show".
- She also starred as Rebecca in the Netflix series "After Life" and as Helen Chalmers in Sky One comedy-drama "Code 404".
- Furthermore, she was a regular columnist for "The Guardian" newspaper from 2006 to 2007 whereas she wrote and performed in her first BBC Radio 4 play which went out to great critical acclaim on 29th April 2010.
- BBC Radio 4 broadcast her second radio play "Rock and Doris and Elizabeth" on 16th October 2012 and in December 2020 BBC Radio 4 broadcast her play "That Summer Of '67".
- Oberman has also written comedy sketches and a sitcom for BBC Three, "The Harringham Harker" as well as co-wrote "Three Sisters on Hope Street".
- Subsequently, she hosts the podcast Trolled with "Tracy Ann Oberman" and has also appeared on other podcasts, including The QuaranTea Break Podcast.
- Apart from that, Tracy falsely accused politician and academic, Dr. Philip Proudfoot of antisemitism, on 4th April 2021, claiming he had a Twitter "Jew Blocklist". On 26th April 2022, she issued a statement apologizing for her inaccurate and "hurtful comments", noting that she would pay "substantial damages" to Dr. Proudfoot along with his legal costs.
Awards and Achievements
- BBC 3 Awards for her work in "Harringham Harker"
- British Soap Awards for her work in "EastEnders"
Who is Tracy-Ann Oberman Husband?
Tracy Ann Oberman is a married woman. She tied a knot with her handsome husband Rob Cowan in December 2004. Cowan is a music producer. The pair is blessed with a daughter named Anoushka India in August 2006. They are having a blissful life sharing lots of love with each other and they are very less likely to get a divorce. Concerning Tracy's sexual orientation, she is straight.
What is Tracy-Ann Oberman Net worth?
Tracy-Ann Oberman has a net worth of $5 million as of 2022 whereas she has also a handsome amount of salary which is around thousands of dollars per year. She's among those few individuals that have such a wide range of experience and remains true to whatever she embarks on. In addition, her major source of income is from her television, theatre, and radio actress, and a narrator career, and Oberman is sincere in her work.
How tall is Tracy-Ann Oberman?
Tracy-Ann Oberman is 5 feet 5 inches (1.68 m) tall and her body weighs around 62 kg (136 lbs). Oberman has good-looking blonde hair and dark brown eyes color. Moreover, her body build type is slim. Her usual exercise schedule has guided her to be in marvelous body posture with appropriate body measurements.
Trivias About Tracy-Ann Oberman You Need To Know.
- She attended Leeds University and Manchester University, graduating from the latter.
- She's also written for The Guardian and performed in a number of radio plays.
- She is know for her run as Chrissie Watts on the soap opera EastEnders and Val Lewis on Friday Night Dinner.
- Early in her career, she was a member of the Royal Shakespeare Company.
- She won two British Soap Awards for her work on EastEnders.