10 Oktubre 1964|
Oldham (kapital sa kondado)
|Alma mater||Guildhall School of Music and Dramaug Hulme Grammar School|
|Propesyon||Aktor, television director, stage actorug film actor|
|Ganti||Golden Nymph for Outstanding Actress in a Drama TV Series (2015)|
|1987||Coronation Street||Wendy Farmer||1 episode|
|1988||Dramarama||Janice Dobbs||1 episode: "Forever Young"|
|Watching||Ms. Linden||1 episode: "Joking"|
|1991||About Face||Rebecca||1 episode: "Monkey Business"|
|Coronation Street||Raquel Wolstenhulme (later Watts)||532 episodes|
|1992||Exam Conditions||Secretary||Television film|
|1997||Bloomin' Marvellous||Liz Deacon||6 episodes|
|1997–1999||Where the Heart is||Ruth Goddard||3 series|
|1998||Verdict||Anne Cloves QC||1 episode: "Split Second"|
|1999||Murder Most Horrid||Karen Sullivan||1 episode: "Going Solo"|
|2000||Clocking Off||Yvonne Kolakowski||Series 1|
|Seeing Red||Coral Atkins||Television film|
|Chambers||Ruth Quirke||6 episodes|
|My Fragile Heart||Trina Lavery||Miniseries|
|2001||Gentleman's Relish||Violet Askey||Television film|
|The Glass||Carol Parker||6 episodes|
|Back Home||Peggy Dickinson||Television film|
|2002||The Cry||Meg Bartlett||Miniseries|
|Birthday Girl||Rachel Jones||Television film|
|2002–2005||Rose and Maloney||Rose Linden||Pilot and 2 series|
|2003||Sons and Lovers||Gertrude Morel||Miniseries|
|2005||The Rotters' Club||Barbara Chase||Miniseries|
|Cherished||Angela Cannings||Television film|
|2006||Angel Cake||Elaine Wilson||Television film|
|2007||Skins||Mary Miles||1 episode: "Chris"|
|Sex, The City and Me||Ruth Gilbert||Television film|
|Oliver Twist||Mrs. Corney||Miniseries|
|2008||Doctor Who||Ms. Foster||1 episode: "Partners in Crime"|
|2008–2011||Lark Rise to Candleford||Adult Laura Timmins||4 series;voiceover|
|2009||All the Small Things||Esther Caddick||6 episodes|
|Wuthering Heights||Nelly Dean||Miniseries|
|2010||Five Daughters||Rosemary Nicholls||Miniseries|
|Inspector George Gently||Mallory Brown||1 episode: "Peace and Love"|
|2012||Upstairs Downstairs||Miss Whisset||2 episodes|
|2012–2013||The Paradise||Miss Audrey||2 series|
|2012–present||Last Tango in Halifax||Caroline Dawson||5 series|
|2014–present||Happy Valley||Catherine Cawood||2 series|
|2015||The Dresser||Madge||Television film|
|2017||School of Roars||Mrs. Twirlyhorn||Cbeebies animation; voiceover|
|2018||Kiri||Miriam Grayson||Channel 4 miniseries|
|2019||MotherFatherSon||Angela Howard||Main role|
|2019||The Accident||Polly Bevan||Channel 4 miniseries|
|2004||The Afternoon Play||Director||1 episode: "Viva Las Blackpool"|
|2006||Disappearing Britain||Presenter||1 episode: "Beside the Seaside with Sarah Lancashire"|
|2007||And When Did You Last See Your Father?||Beaty|||
|2016||Dad's Army||Mrs. Mavis Pike|||
|2019||Yesterday||Liz (Liverpool Stranger)|
|2020||Everybody's Talking About Jamie||Margaret New||Post-production|
|1986||Pacific Overtures||Unknown||Manchester Central Library|
|The Beauty Game||Denise|
|1990||Blood Brothers||Linda||Albery Theatre, London|
|1991||Educating Rita||Susan "Rita" White||Queen's Theatre, Hornchurch|
|1993||Little Shop of Horrors||Audrey||Oldham Coliseum Theatre|
|2005–2006||Guys and Dolls||Miss Adelaide||Piccadilly Theatre, London|
|2011||Betty Blue Eyes||Joyce Chilvers||Novello Theatre, London|
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- Cherished. BBC Drama. British Broadcasting Corporation. Retrieved on 23 May 2005.
- Sarah Lancashire, Sarah Parish, Alan Davies and Lenny Henry are among the stars of five new comedy drama singles coming to Friday nights on BBC One. BBC Drama. British Broadcasting Corporation (September 2006). Retrieved on 23 May 2014.
- Wilkes, Neil (27 February 2007). 'Skins' star Mitch Hewer. Digital Spy. Hearst Magazines UK. Retrieved on 23 May 2014.
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- Frost, Vicky (28 April 2010). Five Daughters was BBC drama at its best. The Guardian. Guardian Media Group. Retrieved on 23 May 2014.
- Peace and Love. BBC Drama. British Broadcasting Corporation. Retrieved on 23 May 2014.
- Upstairs Downstairs Series 2 – 5. The Last Waltz. Radio Times. Immediate Media Company. Retrieved on 23 May 2014.
- Sarah Lancashire plays Miss Audrey. BBC Press Office. British Broadcasting Corporation (12 September 2012). Retrieved on 23 May 2013.
- Older women coming out as lesbians thanks to BBC, says Sarah Lancashire. The Daily Telegraph (24 May 2015). Retrieved on 24 June 2015.
- Marland, Sean (4 February 2016). "Sarah Lancashire: I’m back for more ’emotional brutality’ on Happy Valley 2". Retrieved on 2 May 2017.
- Production commences on The Dresser starring Anthony Hopkins and Ian McKellen. BBC Media Centre (3 March 2015). Retrieved on 5 March 2015.
- Top TV actors become monsters for new CBeebies animated series. BBC Press Office (24 January 2017). Retrieved on 17 May 2017.
- Unknown, Unknown (6 July 2019). Happy Valley’s Sarah Lancashire to star in Channel 4 mixed-race adoption drama. i. Johnston Press. Retrieved on 6 July 2017.
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- Marlow, Will (2 July 2004). I love being a mum again. Huddersfield Daily Examiner. Trinity Mirror. Retrieved on 23 May 2014.
- Simon, Jane (20 November 2006). Disappearing Britain. Daily Mirror. Trinity Mirror. Retrieved on 23 May 2014.
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- Child, Ben (8 October 2014). She's in the army now: Catherine Zeta-Jones joins cast of Dad's Army film. The Guardian. Guardian Media Group. Retrieved on 24 October 2014.
- Wiseman, Andreas (June 14, 2019). New Regency, Warp & Film4 Team On Musical Adaptation ‘Everybody’s Talking About Jamie’; Richard E. Grant, Sharon Horgan Among Cast. Retrieved on June 24, 2019.
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- Lancashire, Sarah (1 July 2004). Mirror Works: My CV: Sarah Lancashire: Streets ahead; Forget Raquel, this lady is tough. Daily Mirror. Trinity Mirror. Retrieved on 20 May 2014.
- 26 September – 19 October Educating Rita. Queen's Theatre, Hornchurch. Retrieved on 21 May 2014.
- Editorial team (17 August 2005). Stage-struck Sarah is a West End Doll. Manchester Evening News. Retrieved on 28 June 2017.
- "Ex-Street star in Guys and Dolls", BBC News (22 July 2005). Retrieved on 23 May 2014.
- Husband, Stuart (16 March 2011). Behind the scenes of 'Betty Blue Eyes'. The Daily Telegraph. Telegraph Media Group. Retrieved on 29 October 2014.