Playing the role of Pascalle West on Outrageous Fortune saw Siobhan Marshall nominated for the Performance by a Supporting Actress award at the 2008 Qantas Film and Television Awards.
Having filmed six seasons of the series, Siobhan Marshall has nothing but admiration for her character. “Pascalle is overall an honest human being. She doesn’t really play too many games. What you see is what you get – I respect that,” Siobhan says.
Siobhan’s other recent acting projects include the comedy theatre production, Little Blonde Hen, written and directed by Thomas Sainsbury and also featuring Outrageous Fortune’s Antonia Prebble. The play ran for four nights in June 2009.
In 2004, Siobhan also appeared on Shortland Street, playing a character called Siobhan O’Leary.
After filming the first series of Outrageous Fortune, Siobhan performed in and went on to win the TV3 celebrity singing show, Sing Like a Superstar. She also had a guest role in the kids’ series Amazing Extraordinary Friends.
Siobhan attended Auckland’s Unitec School of Performing Screen Arts and graduated with a Bachelor of Performing Arts in 2003.
Earlier in her career, she performed in numerous amateur theatre productions, many through the Unitec course. Her theatre credits include: Othello, A Doll’s House, Cut Out, Darkness Descends, Love of a Nightingale, Big River, Julius Caesar, Something to Shout Aboutand Men Without Shadows.