Studio Lambert is a fast-growing independent television production company based in London, Manchester, Glasgow and Los Angeles. It is part of All3Media, the global production group (click here for further information about All3Media).
Stephen Lambert, creator of many well-known global formats including Wife Swap, Secret Millionaire and Faking It, launched the company in 2008. It quickly grew a reputation on both sides of the Atlantic for making innovative and popular unscripted shows.
Creative director Tim Harcourt joined in 2012 and leads the company’s unscripted business-winning in the UK, while in Los Angeles Jack Burgess oversees original unscripted programming. In America, Studio Lambert produces in partnership with All3Media America (click here for further information about All3Media America).
In 2015, Studio Lambert established a scripted division run by Susan Hogg to produce high quality drama series with British and American writers, directors and on-screen talent.
All3Media International distribute Studio Lambert’s formats and finished programmes internationally (click here for more information about All3Media International).
The name Studio Lambert has a history that spans more than half a century.
The original company was one of the UK’s leading advertising commercials production companies, founded by Stephen Lambert’s father, Roger Lambert. Launched in 1955, just before commercial television began in Britain, it was also based in London’s Soho and had its own busy film studio producing many international award-winning commercials throughout the 1960s, 70s and 80s.
Studio Lambert’s logo today is the same as that created for the older company in the 1960s.