Robert Lambert is a director, writer, actor, singer and founder of Trampled Rose Productions. Born in Brockton, Massachusetts and currently living in Brooklyn, New York. A US Army Veteran-Rob is no stranger to the spotlight. From the early days of spinning records at the Youth Center on Loring Air Force Base, to touring around New England as a hip-hop artist for SHO-NUFF RECORDS. As an adult he began competing in amateur body building- eventually winning first place, at the ANBC Massachusetts Body Building Championship, it is pretty apparent that his niche, is to be on stage, in front of people. As an actor, he has played lead roles in small budget films and video, and has appeared as an extra in television series such as “Law & Order” and HBO’s “Brotherhood”, plus films such as “The Other Guys” and “Underdog”. He is most recognized for the musical Born in Brockton Born again in Brooklyn one man act and musical he wrote, directed and stared in. As a new believer, Rob wanted to be involved in his church and began to serve on the Worship Team, as well as write/perform short skits that would portray the Gospel in a more contemporary light. This was the genesis of Trampled Rose Productions Inc.
Upcoming with Poetic Theater Productions:
Robert will be performing in a special performance of his original short play Te amo mas que mi vida before the Saturday October 7th evening performance of Outside Paducah: The Wars At Home as part of the Veteran Voices 2017 Series.