WINNER of Best Comedy at Brighton Fringe 2017.
Alice Marshall is a critically acclaimed comedy actress and character comedian, as seen on This Time with Alan Partridge, and heard on BBC Radio 4. Her collection of weird and wonderful characters range from the erotic to the grotesque, as she combines her own brand of clowning and story-telling to bring her bizarre creations to life.
Her first solo show Vicious debuted at the 2016 Edinburgh Fringe to sold out houses and rave reviews, and was named one of the top 5 shows to see at the Fringe by the International Business Times.
Having performed with the prestigious Edinburgh cast of the world famous NewsRevue in 2014, her acting credits include the title role in the Leicester Square Theatre’s infamous adult panto Sleeping Booty!,Andrew Doyle’s Bobby’s Orgy at The Pleasance, and Eigengrau at The Kings Head Theatre.
Her television work includes Very Important People (E4), The Wives Did It (Discovery), The Jesus Mysteries (National Geographic), and Skins (Channel 4). She has recently filmed a role alongside Doon Mackichan and Francis Magee in the upcoming feature film Winterlong(Nox Films), and is a series regular in the critically acclaimed comedy web series Darren Has A Breakdown.
She is also a radio presenter and is the host of Skip To The End, Wandsworth Radio’s weekly comedy hour.
Alice's show Blood received phenomenal reviews at the Edinburgh Fringe, and she was picked to appear on the character comedy-led show, Who Are Ya? hosted by Jan Ravens.
After a fabulous run last year, everyone's favourite character comedy queen headed to the Fringe this year armed with new show The Strike!
Alice appeared in the TV adaptation of Four Weddings and a Funeral for Hulu in 2019.
In 2019 she also appeared in a series of BBC Three ‘Quickies’, on topics such as Stag Do’s, and Dog People vs Cat People.
In 2021 she has done more TV work, appearing in CBBC show Danny & Mick before acting in the second series of This Time with Alan Partridge.
She played the parody character Titania Mcgrath at the Edinburgh Fringe in 2019. She went onto play her again in Titiana Mxnifesto, written by Andrew Doyle. This sold out the Leicester Square Theatre in September 2021. The show is moving to the West End Duchess Theatre for the 1st November. Tickets can be bought here.
"Erotic and extremely funny at the same time without being effortful or cheesy about it. A natural, in other words” The Spectator
"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"
"A superb physical comedian - an ideal foil for the likes of Matt Berry. One to watch"
**** Herald Scotland
**** Broadway Baby **** Three Weeks
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