Lisa Lambe is a current member of the music phenomenon Celtic Woman. She has toured America extensively for the past three years and now likes to call the USA her second home.
She is a renowned Irish actress and vocalist who has starred in numerous title roles in top theatrical productions throughout Ireland, Europe and the UK. Regarded as one of the most sought-after performers in Ireland. Lambe's natural talent began shining from the young age of three and was polished with a degree in performance from Trinity College, Dublin.
Her career accolades span from the dramatic stage to musical theater; film and television to radio performances. She has been a featured soloist with Ireland's RTE Concert Orchestra, and was a favorite soloist on Ireland's popular TV program "The Late Late Show,” leading to collaborations with RTE affiliated musicians Shay Healy and Frank McNamara.
Lambe’s critically praised vocal roles include The Shaughraun, directed by John McColgan (under the Musical Direction of David Downes; The Abbey Theatre), The Wiremen by Shay Healy (The Gaiety Theatre), and Sweeney Todd (The Gate Theatre). Lambe was nominated for a Best Actress Award at The Irish Times Theatre Awards for her performance in the lead role of "Philomena O Shea” in Rough Magic's musical Improbable Frequency where she performed at The Edinburgh Theatre Festival, in Torun (Poland), and in Dublin.
"Lisa Lambe is the finest singer and actress of her generation on whom a whole new foundation of theatre can be built,” said The Irish Times.