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I Love You To Death

Tri-Star Pictures

Lawrence Kasdan

John Kostmayor

Tracey Ullman

Rosalie Boca

New York


The Tracey Ullman Show

The Taming of the Shrew



Jeffrey Lurie

Ron Moler

Charles Okun

Michael Grillo

Meryl Streep


Berlin, Germany

Elvis (Play)

Grease (Play)

The Rocky Horror Show


Four in a Million

Three of a Kind

Kick Up the Eighties

Kate Hardcastle

She Stoops to Conquer

Paul McCartney

Give My Regards to Broad Street


They Don't Know

You Broke My Heart in Seventeen Places

Morgan Freeman

Chestnut Hill Productions
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Rosalie (Tracey Ullman) is a devoted wife who tries to murder her husband in every crazy way she can think of when she finds out he's been fooling around with other women in the comic love story "I LOVE YOU TO DEATH," a Tri-Star Pictures presentation of a Chestnut Hill Production of a Lawrence Kasdan Film. Kasdan directed the film, which was produced by Jeffrey Lurie and Ron Moler and written by John Kostmayer. The executive producers are Charles Okun and Michael Grillo.

TRACEY ULLMAN makes her American feature film debut in "I Love You to Death" as Rosalie Boca, an adoring wife driven to murderous extremes when she discovers her husband is a hopeless womanizer.

The actress, singer and dancer stars in her own critically acclaimed television series, "The Tracey Ullman Show," which won four Emmy Awards last year, including the prize for best variety, music or comedy program.

Ullman made her first professional appearance at age 16 dancing in "Gigi" in Berlin. Returning to England, she joined the popular "Second Generation" dance troupe and appeared on numerous television variety programs.

This exposure led Ullman to a succession of roles in West End musicals: as a backup singer in "Elvis," as Frenchy in "Grease" and as Janet in "The Rocky Horror Show." Her first non-musical leading role was in "Talent" at the Everyman Playhouse.

Ullman's breakthrough came at the avent-garde Royal Court Theatre when she created the role of Beverly in the improvised play "Four in a Million." She next starred in the BBC Television comedy series "Three of a Kind" and "Kick Up the Eighties."

Ullman returned to the theater to play Kate Hardcastle in "She Stoops to Conquer" and made her film debut in 1984 in Paul McCartney's "Give My Regards to Broad Street." In 1985, Ullman appeared opposite Meryl Streep in the British film "Plenty."

As a singer, Ullman has placed four singles, including "They Don't Know," in the top 10 on the British pop charts, and her album "You Broke My Heart in Seventeen Places" was certified gold.

This summer Ullman will star with Morgan Freeman in the New York Shakespeare Festival of "The Taming of the Shrew."

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