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Alice Marshall is an award winning comedy actor and character comedian.

Year Production Role
2023 Sister Boniface Mysteries Sandy Shanks
2023 Unsafe Space - Series 1
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  1. E3 - Episode Three
Titania McGrath
2022 Comedy Unleashed On Tour! Titania McGrath
2022 Greater Manchester Fringe Self
2022 Unsafe Space - Pilot Titania McGrath
2021 This Time With Alan Partridge - Series 2
  1. E4 - Episode Four
2021 Danny & Mick Mrs Harris
2020 Working From Home
  1. E3 - The Rhi Model
Suzanne Sardonne
2020 Comedy Unleashed: Quarantined
  1. E1 - Episode One
2020 Comedy Unleashed: Quarantined
  1. E1 - Episode One
Crystal Bouvier
2019 Titania McGrath: Mxnifesto Titania McGrath
2019 Four Weddings and a Funeral - Hulu / MGM Universal, Dir: Tristram Shapeero Atalanta
2019 BBC Three Quickies - Are White Men The Real Victims? The Woman
2019 BBC Three Quickies - Losing Your Virginity - Perception vs Reality Sarah
2019 BBC Three Quickies - When You Don't Watch Love Island Sharon
2019 BBC Three Quickies - The Truth About Stag Do's Michaela
2019 BBC Three Quickies - Dog People Vs. Cat People Mittens
2018 Alice Marshall: The Strike Self
2018 Comedy Central UK: Room 404 - Comedy Central UK Maria
2018 Comedy Central UK: The Big Questions - Comedy Central UK Maria
2018 Popcorn - NFTS Pilot Poppy
2017 Boys & Girls Self
2017 Alice Marshall: Blood Self
2016 Alice Marshall: Vicious Self
2014 NewsRevue 2014 Self
2012 Very Important People Ensemble
2011 The Warm Up Guy Ensemble

Non-comedy TV and film credits may be found here:
Alice Marshall on IMDb

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Alice Marshall is an award winning comedy actor and character comedian. She has taken three sell-out solo shows to the Edinburgh Festival, and her second show Blood won the Best Comedy Award at the Brighton Fringe. Alice has appeared on the BBC at the Edinburgh Festival stage alongside Jan Ravens as part of her showcase of the country's best character comics. She's also written and featured in a number of sketches for both Comedy Central UK and BBC Three.

On screen she's appeared in Mindy Kaling's Hulu TV adaptation of Richard Curtis' Four Weddings and a Funeral, CBBC's Danny and Mick, and in 2021 she will be joining the cast for series 2 of This Time With Alan Partridge.
Alice is also known for her portrayal of Andrew Doyle's controversial satirical character, woke guru Titania McGrath. Titania has ruffled feathers across the globe, and her spoof TedTalk Titania McGrath: Mxnifesto debuted at the 2019 Edinburgh Fringe ahead of a 2021 UK and American tour.

Further credits include feature film Winterlong alongside Smack The Pony's Doon Mackichan, BBC 2's Theresa Vs Boris: How May Became PM, Morgana Robinson's Very Important People (Channel 4), Skins (E4) and the critically acclaimed web series Darren Has A Breakdown.

My only hope is that Alice Marshall gets her own TV show. She's the one you'll be glad you saw before she got big. See the show.

ShortCom (Chris Aitken), August 2016

Alice Marshall is a master of character comedy. Joyous to witness, & set for a very bright future

Broadway Baby (Laura Pujos), August 2017

A raised revolutionary fist towards the future of smart female comedy

Female Arts, July 2015

Full of smart silliness and creative inventiveness, 'Blood' never hits a loose beat. A fringe highlight.

Latest Brighton (Vicky Nangle), May 2017

A superb physical comedian; an ideal foil for the likes of Matt Berry. One to watch.

Herald Scotland (Lorraine Wilson), August 2016

The mix of beauty and grotesque is compelling, and her characters repel and delight in equal measure. Sure to catch the eye of casting directors and commissioners alike.

Funny Women (Kate Stone), August 2017

Brilliantly theatrical and in complete surrender to her darkest impulses, Alice Marshall does character comedy at its rawest.

The Wee Review (Kevin Ibbotson-Wight), August 2017

Alice Marshall proves beyond a doubt why she's an award winning comedy actor

Broadway Baby (Paul Cockburn), August 2019
Brighton Fringe Awards 2017
Latest Comedy Award (Winner)
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