Mark Lambert is an American film, television and theatre actor; he is also a singer.

Early life

He was born Mark Luebke and grew up in San Jose, California, where he graduated from Oak Grove High School in 1970.


He made his Broadway-theatre début in New York City, New York, originating the role of Henrik Egerman in the musical-theatre production of A Little Night Music (1973–1974) with music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim and book by Hugh Wheeler.

Lambert has also appeared in over ten films and over thirty-five television productions.

He dubbed the singing voice[citation needed] for "Tomorrow Belongs to Me" in the musical film Cabaret (1972), although the screen role was played by Oliver Collignon, a young German extra; Lambert's voice was uncredited.



Year Title Role Genre
1972 Cabaret singing voice dubbing; uncredited musical film
2006 The Tiger's Tail District Judge comedy-drama; thriller
2009 Savage Garda Superintendent (voice) thriller

Television work

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Year Title Role Genre Notes
1984 Caught in a Free State Sean McGlynn drama miniseries; all four episodes

Personal life

Lambert is married to Victoria Mallory who is an actress. Together, they have a daughter, Ramona Mallory Lambert, who is also an actress — known professionally as Ramona Mallory.[1]


  1. Database (undated). "Ramona Mallory". Internet Broadway Database. Accessed January 25, 2010.

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