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Tracy-Ann Oberman (born 15 August 1969 in London) is an English television, theatre and radio actress, possibly best known for her role as Chrissie Watts in the popular BBC soap opera Eastenders. Oberman is a former student of Heathfield School for Girls, Manchester University and the Central School of Speech and Drama.
Oberman has acted extensively in radio drama and radio comedy, appearing 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 (1999–2004), and Getting Nowhere Fast. She has appeared in many TV programmes including; The Way It Is (2000), Bob Martin (2000–2001) opposite Michael Barrymore, Lenny Henry in Pieces (2000-2001), Big Train (2002), SuperTex (2003) and in episodes of Doctors, The Last Detective, Where the Heart Is, The Bill, Casualty. She played the previously unseen character of Marion in a special half-hour episode of the monologue series Marion and Geoff in 2001. She has also written comedy sketches and an award-winning sitcom for BBC Three, The Harringham Harker. She also worked at the Royal Shakespeare Company for four years and also the National Theatre. In 2004, Oberman was runner up on a celebrity edition of Mastermind (her specialist subject being the "Imperial Roman family"), and scored the highest IQ when she appeared on Test The Nation.
Having become a household name when her EastEnders character did away with Albert Square's dastardly Den, Tracy-Ann Oberman hasn't stopped working since. Despite four years with the Royal Shakespeare Company and appearances in TV comedies such as Big Train and Marion and Geoff it was her role in the award-winning soap which really put her on the UK TV map. More recently she's been pitting her wits against Doctor Who and romancing a younger man in post office drama Sorted. Other more eclectic appearances include Celebrity Mastermind, for which her specialist subject was the Imperial Roman Family.
In 2005, Oberman was cast in Mike Leigh's play Two Thousand Years at the National Theatre but had to drop out when she became ill. In August 2006, Oberman gave birth to a girl, Anoushka India, at a Central London hospital with her husband Rob Cowan by her side.
In December 2004 whilst on her honeymoon, Oberman was amongst those injured in the 2004 Indian Ocean earthquake.