Tracey Ullman's Show

Credits: writer / actor

After incredible early success on British TV, with such shows as Three of a Kind and Girls on Top, Tracey moved to America to make the seminal The Tracey Ullman Show, which won numerous Emmys and spawned The Simpsons. In 2015, after 30 years on American television, Tracey returned to Britain to make a brand new sketch show for BBC1, combining her unique take on the British character with her uncanny impressions. 

Tracey Ullman's Show launched in January 2016, attracting audiences of over 3 million to a 10:45pm slot, and was immediately recommissioned for a second series, which aired in 2017. The series also airs on HBO in America.

In addition to writing numerous sketches for the series, Larry is also a member of Tracey's supporting cast, co-starring in the 'victim blaming' sketch which became a viral hit, with over 30 million views online.

"Spot on spoofs and social comment... a triumphant return" The Independent

"Tracey's still a hoot" The Daily Mail

"The saviour of Sketch Comedy: potently funny" ★★★★ The Times

"Ullman has gathered a terrific pool of writing talent." ★★★★★ The Arts Desk