Q&A with the award-winning actress Tracy-Ann Oberman.
Tracy-Ann’s prolific career encompasses numerous theatre, film, radio & television credits.
Her theatre work includes most recently Mother of Him (Park), Pinter at the Pinter, Pack of Lies (Menier) Present Laughter and Fiddler on the Roof (Chichester), Stepping Out (Vaudeville), McQueen (Theatre Royal Haymarket), Earthquakes in London (NT), Boeing Boeing (Comedy), Edmond (NT), Loot (Vaudeville), The Changeling, The Beggar’s Opera and Macbeth (RSC)
Tracy-Ann has appeared in many of the country’s most popular television programmes including It’s a Sin, After Life, Grantchester, Friday Night Dinner, New Tricks, Father Brown, Toast of London, Monroe, Waterloo Road, Robin Hood, Doctor Who, EastEnders and Where the Heart Is.
Her films include Where’s Anne Frank, The Casanova Variations, Girl Number 9, The Infidel and Killing Time.
Tracy-Ann is a celebrated radio playwright having written radio plays for BBC Radio, the latest being That dinner of ‘67 in which she played Katharine Hepburn opposite Kenneth Branagh as Spencer Tracy and Adrian Lester as Sidney Poitier.