Anne Louise Lambert

Anne-Louise Lambert (born 21 August 1955) is an Australian actress whose acting career began with her role in Number 96 in 1973. Born Anne Louise Lambert in Brisbane, Australia she later moved to Sydney. Under the name of Anne Lambert she first gained recognition on Australian television with roles in three soap operas and in her role in Picnic at Hanging Rock. In 1973 she played a bed-hopping nymphomaniac Sue Marshall in Number 96. The following year she was an original cast member in school-based drama Class of '74, playing a student Peggy Richardson. Lambert gained international recognition after playing the iconic role of Miranda in the classic film Picnic at Hanging Rock (1975). Director Peter Weir saw her in a television commercial for Fanta and felt she was perfect for the lead role. In 1976, she had a six month role in adult soap opera The Box as the "sexy and promiscuous" Trish Freeman. In 1977, she appeared in a recurring sketch in comedy series The Norman Gunston Show called The Checkout Chicks.


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