Si Sarah Lancashire sarong aktres na nagpuon kan karera kan1986. An saiyang enot na pag-arte iyo sa mga lokal na teatro, igwang mga small guest role sa telebisyon, drama asin mga sitcoms. Matapos makakuang atensyon sa publiko sa mga sikat na programa arog kan Coronation Street, (1991-1996, 2000) Where the Heart Is (1997–1999) asin Clocking Off (2000), nagpirma si Lancashire nin two-year golden handcuffs contract sa ITV network, na siya maluwas lang sa programa nin ITV1 sa duwang taon. Pinadagos ni Lancashire an pagtrabaho sa mga drama sa telebisyon kaiba an guest appearances, regular roles sa mga nagbabalik na serye asin featured roles sa standalone miniseries' asin television films. An saiyang pinakasikat na ginampanan iyo an drama series na Lark Rise to Candleford (2008-2011), Last Tango in Halifax (2012-2020) asin Happy Valley (2014, 2016-).

Si Lancashire kan 2013

Si Lancashire nagluwas sa feature films And When Did You Last See Your Father? asin Dad's Army dangan nagbalik sa West End Theatre nin pirang beses puon kan 1990 sa Blood Brothers. An saiyang pag-arte nagtao nin mga onra asin nominasyon sa apat na dekada niya sa industriya asin nagkaigwang prominenteng estado sa British Television Industry kan ika-21 na siglo.[1] Hinirang siyang Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE) kan 2017 Birthday Honours sa drama.[2][3]



Taon Titulo Role Mga Nota
1987 Coronation Street Wendy Farmer 1 episode[4]
1988 Dramarama Janice Dobbs 1 episode: "Forever Young"[4]
1989 Bradley Wendy 1 episode[5]
Watching Ms. Linden 1 episode: "Joking"[4][6]
1991 About Face Rebecca 1 episode: "Monkey Business"[7]


Coronation Street Raquel Wolstenhulme (later Watts) 532 episodes
1992 Exam Conditions Secretary Television film[8]
1997 Bloomin' Marvellous Liz Deacon 6 episodes[9]
1997–1999 Where the Heart is Ruth Goddard 3 series[10]
1998 Verdict Anne Cloves QC 1 episode: "Split Second"[11]
1999 Murder Most Horrid Karen Sullivan 1 episode: "Going Solo"
2000 Clocking Off Yvonne Kolakowski Series 1[4]
Seeing Red Coral Atkins Television film[12]
Chambers Ruth Quirke 6 episodes[13]
My Fragile Heart Trina Lavery Miniseries[14]
2001 Gentleman's Relish Violet Askey Television film[15]
The Glass Carol Parker 6 episodes[16]
Back Home Peggy Dickinson Television film[17]
2002 The Cry Meg Bartlett Miniseries[18]
Birthday Girl Rachel Jones Television film[19]
2002–2005 Rose and Maloney Rose Linden Pilot[20] and 2 series
2003 Sons and Lovers Gertrude Morel Miniseries[21]
2005 The Rotters' Club Barbara Chase Miniseries[22]
Cherished Angela Cannings Television film[23]
2006 Angel Cake Elaine Wilson Television film[24]
2007 Skins Mary Miles 1 episode: "Chris"[25]
Sex, The City and Me Ruth Gilbert Television film[26]
Oliver Twist Mrs. Corney Miniseries[27]
2008 Doctor Who Ms. Foster 1 episode: "Partners in Crime"[28]
2008–2011 Lark Rise to Candleford Adult Laura Timmins 4 series;[29]voiceover
2009 All the Small Things Esther Caddick 6 episodes[30]
Wuthering Heights Nelly Dean Miniseries[31]
2010 Five Daughters Rosemary Nicholls Miniseries[32]
Inspector George Gently Mallory Brown 1 episode: "Peace and Love"[33]
2012 Upstairs Downstairs Miss Whisset 2 episodes[34]
2012–2013 The Paradise Miss Audrey 2 series[35]
2012–present Last Tango in Halifax Caroline Dawson 5 series[36]
2014–present Happy Valley Catherine Cawood 2 series[37]
2015 The Dresser Madge Television film[38]
2017 School of Roars Mrs. Twirlyhorn Cbeebies animation;[39] voiceover
2018 Kiri Miriam Grayson Channel 4 miniseries[40]
2019 MotherFatherSon Angela Howard Main role
2019 The Accident Polly Bevan Channel 4 miniseries[41][42]

Iba paLiwaton

Taon Serye Credit Mga Nota
2004 The Afternoon Play Director 1 episode: "Viva Las Blackpool"[43]
2006 Disappearing Britain Presenter 1 episode: "Beside the Seaside with Sarah Lancashire"[44]


Taon Pelikula Role Mga Nota
2007 And When Did You Last See Your Father? Beaty [45]
2016 Dad's Army Mrs. Mavis Pike [46]
2019 Yesterday Liz (Liverpool Stranger)
2020 Everybody's Talking About Jamie Margaret New Post-production[47]

Theatre creditsLiwaton

Taon Titulo Role Venue
1986 Pacific Overtures Unknown Manchester Central Library[48]
The Beauty Game Denise
1990 Blood Brothers Linda Albery Theatre, London[49]
1991 Educating Rita Susan "Rita" White Queen's Theatre, Hornchurch[50]
1993 Little Shop of Horrors Audrey Oldham Coliseum Theatre[51]
2005–2006 Guys and Dolls Miss Adelaide Piccadilly Theatre, London[52]
2011 Betty Blue Eyes Joyce Chilvers Novello Theatre, London[53]

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