Sarah Lambert

Sarah Lambert is an Australian actress, writer, director and producer, working primarily in television. She is the writer and showrunner of the 2019 television adaptation of the Marele Day novel, ''Lambs of God'' for Lingo Pictures and Foxtel. The mini-series stars Ann Dowd, Jessica Barden and Essie Davis. Most recently Lamb Of Gods was nominated for Best Screenplay at the 2019 Australian Academy Cinema and Television Art awards as well as being nominated for Best Television Series or Mini Series at the 2019 Australian Writers' Guild. It also won at the 2019 Screen Producers Awards for Best Mini - Series.

She is the creator of the Nine Network television series ''Love Child,'' which she also wrote and produced.

Lambert starred in the Australian television programme ''Heartbreak High'' as teacher Christina Milano and had a recurring role as Sandy on television soap opera ''A Country Practice'', playing Jo Loveday's best friend, Sandy Crosby from 1986-89. She is the sister of actress Anne-Louise Lambert (''Picnic at Hanging Rock'').

It was announced on May 17, 2021 that Lambert is the showrunner of the upcoming Amazon Prime Video series, ''The Lost Flowers of Alice Hart'', based on the novel by Holly Ringland. The show will star Sigourney Weaver, be directed by Glendyn Ivin, and produced from the Australian team of Bruna Papandrea's Made Up Stories. Provided by Wikipedia
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