All the latest news on Tracy's current projects
Wednesday 6th March 2013
Tracy-Ann is featured in The Sunday Times article "How I Make It Work" - Click below to enlarge
Saturday 1st December 2012
Rock and Doris and Elizabeth featured on GayTimes website! Tickets are still available for this very special one-off fundraising event from The Hampstead Theatre.
Wednesday 28th November 2012
Terrence Higgins Trust is delighted to present a unique and intimate stage reading of Rock and Doris and Elizabeth, the latest Hollywood play by Tracy-Ann Oberman. Starring Tracy-Ann Oberman, Frances Barber, Jonathan Hyde and James Lance, the original cast will be reunited for this special fundraising benefit at Hampstead Theatre.
The staged reading will be followed by a question and answer session with the cast, plus complementary drinks.
Tickets are £35 each and available via the Hampstead Theatre
Wednesday 17th October 2012
Radio Drama Reviews Online review "Rock and Doris and Elizabeth", describing it as "a poignant and utterly spell-binding production."
Tuesday 16th October 2012
Tracy-Ann talks to the Radio Times about "Rock and Doris and Elizabeth".
Saturday 13th October 2012
BBC Radio 4 confirms broadcast of "Rock and Doris and Elizabeth" on Tuesday 16th October at 2.15pm.
Saturday 6th October 2012
Tracy-Ann is featured on Digital Spy discussing the discovery of a British Jewish comedy voice in TV and movies in recent years.
Sunday 30th September 2012
Tracy-Ann is featured in this month's Gay Times magazine talking about her new BBC Radio 4 play "Rock, Doris & Elizabeth which will be broadcast on Tuesday October 16th.
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Tuesday 25th September 2012
Tracy-Ann appeared on ITV's Lorraine Show this morning talking about her upcoming role in "Monroe" as well as her latest radio project for BBC Radio 4 "Rock and Doris and Elizabeth".
Monday 20th August 2012
The teaser trailer for ITV's Monroe Series 2 with Tracy-Ann has been released.
Saturday 23rd June 2012
Tracy-Ann is set to star in "Old Money" at the Hampstead Theatre this year.
Saturday 28th April 2012
The award winning sketch show Big Train was ground breaking for many reasons. Here's a piece about Tracy and the other members of the cast.
Thursday 22nd April 2012
Tracy-Ann's most recent commission for BBC Radio 4 has been confirmed for broadcast on Monday 18th June. The brand new radio play will explore the friendship between Hollywood star Rock Hudson and actresse Doris Day and Elizabeth Taylor.
Monday 27th February 2012
Tracy-Ann devised and hosts this Buzzcock-esque comedy show about the world of soaps with special guests Shaun Williamson, Mark Little, Susan Calman & Jaci Stephen.
"If this makes it beyond a pilot into a series - and it does deserve to..." - Jane Anderson for the Radio Times.
Friday 17th February 2012
Comedy Showcase: Sud's Law. The mix of wit, word play and insider anecdotes will appeal to everyone from occasional Corrie viewers, to former Dallas devotees, to those who have never watched a soap opera in their life. Tune in on Saturday 25th February 10.30-11pm on BBC Radio 2.
Tuesday 17th January 2012
Just announced: Tracy-Ann has signed up for Series two of "Monroe", starring alongside James Nesbitt and Sarah Parish.
Tracy-Ann will play the new nurse specialist Lizzie Clapham, who looks after the patients' emotional care.
Monday 9th January 2012
"Bette and Joan and Baby Jane" can now be yours to own!
Tracy-Ann's first written radio play for BBC Radio 4 "Bette and Joan and Baby Jane" is available to download to own at www.audiogo.co.uk for only £1.84!
Tracy-Ann is a highly regarded stage, film and television actress.
Tracy-Ann will be back on screens this Autumn in ITV's "Monroe" alongside James Nesbitt and has also recently starred in "Waterloo Road" as Alison (BBC1) as well as a number of radio plays, of which she also writes. You can find out more about these on the Voice-Over page.
Her numerous credits recently include the following, please click on the individual titles for scenes.
Tracy-Ann has many credits as a writer for television, print and radio, click on the titles below for more information:
"Tracy-Ann Oberman's radio debut... stellar performances... and an absolute cracker of a play fizzing with evil energy"
- Val McDermid, Radio4 Pick of the Week.
-Girl on an Island
-Three Sisters on Hope Street
Tracy-Ann is a well known much sought after voice over artiste.
Combining class, sophistication and sex appeal with unassailable comedy chops and bags of sass, Tracy-Ann is a true force to be reckoned with a very familiar TV face already, and with lots more to come (Friday Night Dinner, Monroe, etc), she's covered a lot of bases –as well as being a massively popular stage and radio presence, too!
As if this weren't enough, she writes –for radio, for newspapers, for stage...vocally, her character skills are second to none, she brings inventiveness & fizz to the party, but she can also deliver the right amount of good sense & gravitas, where needed. Her 'straight' reads are a joy, she has the rare gift of making you hear just how arched her brow is... Voice credits include: Sainsburys, Florette, Virgin Atlantic, Sunday Times, heaps more, plus countless documentaries.
She has also narrated a number of audio books most recently winning an Earphones Award for The Dragonfly Pool by Eva Ibbotson.
Tracy-Ann has many highly respected theatre credits to her name. She has worked at The RSC, Royal National Theatre, Chichester Festival and Minerva theatre, Londons West End venues and on many of the UKs finest repertory stages. This year saw her receiving rave reviews as Sarah Crannock in Mike Bartlett's groundbreaking play 'Earthquakes in London' (National Theatre/Headlong) and she is about to start rehearsals for Sarah Wooley's new play "Old Money" at the Hampstead Theatre, opposite Maureen Lipman.
Recent credits include:
Boeing-Boeing - Comedy Theatre, West End
Edmond - Olivier NT Macbeth - RSC
The Changeling - RSC
Absurd Person Singular - The Curve, Leicester
Tracy-Ann has also starred in a number of radio plays, of which she also writes. You can find out more about these on the Voice-Over page.
Tracy-Ann Oberman was born in London. She received her BA Hons from Manchester University and then an acting diploma from Londons Central School of Speech and Drama.
She has had a wide and varied career on stage, screen, as a stand up comedian and as a writer.
Her many theatre credits include four years with the Royal Shakespeare Company, including the award winning production of "Tamburlaine", at the Royal National Theatre and a production of David Mamet's "Edmond" opposite Kenneth Branagh. Two seasons at the Chichester Festival Theatre and various theatres around Britain. Tracy-Ann's work in London's West End includes playing the German air hostess Gretchen in Matthew Warchuss' multi-award winning "Boeing Boeing" at the Comedy Theatre, and murderous nurse Fay in Joe Orton's darkly comic "Loot" at the Vaudeville Theatre. She recently finished playing Frieda Lawrence in "On the Rocks" at the Hampstead Theatre, and received rave reviews for her portrayal of Sarah Crannock in The National Theatre's "Earthquakes in London".
Tracy-Ann has acted extensively on television but is most widely recognised for her high-profile, NTV award nominated, portrayal of Chrissie Watts in the BBC's flagship show "EastEnders", and Yvonne Hartman, head of the Torchwood institute, in the British TV phenomenon "Doctor Who". Her numerous TV appearances include sketch shows, dramas, and sit-coms.
Throughout her career Tracy-Ann has been proud to be associated with BBC Radio productions and for a period was a permanent member of the Radio Drama Company. She has appeared in over 600 dramas, comedy series, sketch and satirical news shows.
Tracy Anns Recent Films include the Infidel, Girl Number 9, The Great Ghost Rescue and The Wall.
As a writer she co wrote the "Harringham Harker" which won the BBC2 green light award for entertainment, contributes to various radio sketch shows, has had a regular column in The Guardian and other publications.
As a playwright She originated and co wrote "3 Sisters On Hope Street" which premiered at the Hampstead Theatre in 2007.
Her first radio play for BBC Radio 4, "Bette and Joan and Baby Jane" about Bette Davis and Joan Crawford starring herself and Catherine Tate, was described as "an absolute cracker of a debut play fizzling with evil energy and stellar performances" - Val McDermid, Radio 4 pick of the week.