Sally Clark is a Vancouver-born playwright, painter, director, and filmmaker.
Clark's plays include Saint Frances of Hollywood and Life Without Instruction. She has been playwright-in-residence at Theatre Passe Muraille, the Shaw Festival, Buddies in Bad Times Theatre, and Nightwood Theatre.
When she was a resident artist at the Canadian Film Centre, she wrote and directed her award-winning short film "Ten Ways to Abuse an Old Woman."
- 1990: Floyd S. Chalmers Canadian Play Award - Moo
- "Contributor Biographies." In Theatre and AutoBiography: Writing and Performing Lives in Theory and Practice, ed. Sherrill Grace & Jerry Wasserman. Vancouver: Talon Books, 2006. 338.