Jane Lambert


Janet Mackenzie in Witness For The Prosecution (London Country Hall); Understudy Mom in True West (Vaudeville Theatre); Cover Marie, Lady Cravenshire & Miss Wilson in The Girls (Phoenix Theatre); Standby & played Siobhan in The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time (National Theatre); Understudy Juliana Tesman & Bertha in Hedda Gabler (The Old Vic), Helga Ten Dorp in Deathtrap (Noël Coward Theatre); Mrs Eynsford-Hill in Pygmalion (Theatre Royal, Bath);Lady Cravenshire & Brenda Hulse in Calendar Girls (UK tour);Understudy Mrs Danvers, Mrs Van Hopper & Beatrice in Rebecca (National tour); Understudy Amanda in The Glass Menagerie (Theatre Royal, Bath); Fiona Francis in Fish Out of Water (Gaiety Theatre, Isle of Man); Mary Aldin in Towards Zero & Miss Peake in Spider's Web (Grand Theatre, Leeds); Vera in Straight and Narrow & Ellen in The Late Edwina Black (Lyceum Theatre, Crewe and The Grand, Wolverhampton); Miss Forbes in The Sound of Murder (Civic Theatre, Ayr); Ravissante in The Consul of Butterflies (Netherbow Theatre, Edinburgh).

Television: Tricked (ITV2); The Bill (Thames Television); High Road (Scottish Television).

Jane has recorded audio books for BBC AudioGO and Isis Publishing. Her novel, The Start of Something Wonderful was published by HarperCollins in January 2018. She is currently adapting it into a 6-part comedy drama for TV.

Greater London, England, United Kingdom
City of Bristol, England, United Kingdom
Fife, Scotland, United Kingdom
Height: 5'7" (170cm)
Playing Age: 55 - 65 years
Appearance: White
Other: Equity
Eye Colour: Blue
Hair Colour: Fair
Hair Length: Mid Length
Accents & Dialects:
(* = native)
American-Southern States, American-Standard, Birmingham, Dutch, Edinburgh, French, German, Glasgow, Lancashire, Liverpool, RP, Scottish-Standard*, West Country, Yorkshire*
(* = Native/Fluent)
English*, French, German
Music & Dance:
(* = highly skilled)
Schottische Dance
(* = highly skilled)
Cycling, Horse-jumping*, Horse-riding*, Swimming
Vehicle Licences: Car Driving Licence