Anu Lamp (1958) is an Estonian stage, film, television and voice actress, stage director, translator and lector.
From 1976 until 1978, she studied philology at University of Tartu before studying acting at the Tallinn State Conservatory (now, the Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre), graduating in 1982. In June 2016, she graduated from the Institute of Theology of the Estonian Evangelical Lutheran Church with a master's degree in theology.
Throughout her long career at the Tallinn City Theatre, she has appeared in numerous productions; memorable roles include those in stage productions of works by such varied authors and playwrights as: Shakespeare, Dostoyevsky, Brecht and Weill, Dumas, Chekhov, Molière, Ibsen, Jean Genet, Jean-Paul Sartre, August Gailit, Anton Hansen Tammsaare, Jean-Luc Lagarce, Samuel Beckett and Tom Stoppard, among others.
She is a member of the Estonian Theatre Association and since 1994 has been a performing faculty lector of the Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre.