Jessica Pascoe is a Melbourne-based actor who recently graduated from The National Theatre Drama School with an Advanced Diploma in Acting. Since graduating, she has worked on several short films, including ‘Leech’ (dir. Joseph Lai), ‘Exile’ (dir. Eliza Knaggs), ‘’Olive Grove Insurance’ (dir. Aidan Khan), and ‘Awake’ (dir. Jatin Nair). Jessica also performed in ‘The Death of @BlancheMarcot’ (dir. Brigid Charis) and ‘Me/DEA’ (dir. Kei Murakami), as well as choreographing ‘The Les Darcy Show’ (dir. Brandon Armstrong), all as part of the 2023 Melbourne Fringe Festival. Throughout her training, Jessica had roles in ‘Oedipus Doesn’t Live Here Anymore’ (dir. Janice Muller), ‘The Changeling’ (dir. Harry Haynes), and ‘Uncle Vanya’ (dir. Trent Baker). She choreographed and performed in ‘Dredge’, a devised physical theatre piece directed by Katie Cawthorne, and has played roles such as Blanche Dubois in ‘A Streetcar Named Desire’ (dir. Charlie Cousins) and Juliet in ‘Romeo and Juliet’ (dir. Trent Baker). Jessica was also a part of a commercial for ‘The National’ (dir. Brandon Armstrong) and has featured in several music videos directed by Nick Rae.