Judy Pascoe

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Judy Pascoe
Born Judy Pascoe
Brisbane, Australia
Occupation Writer
Nationality Australian
Period 21st century

Judy Pascoe is the Australian author of the book Our Father Who Art in the Tree. The book was made into a feature film in 2010 titled The Tree.


Born and educated in Brisbane, Australia, Judy spent several years as an acrobat, touring with Circus Oz, before turning to writing and stand up comedy.[1] She is married to English actor Robert Llewellyn, famous for his role as Kryten in Red Dwarf, in which she appeared in the episode "Camille". They have two children and live in Gloucestershire, England.[2][3]

Pascoe was in the world-renowned Circus Oz from 1983 to 87. Her main act was balancing a chopstick and three eggs on her nose. After leaving the circus she moved to the UK and did a series of solo performances on the UK comedy circuit, touring with people like Jo Brand, Alan Davies and Jack Dee. Judy met her husband at the Edinburgh festival. They have two children, Holly and Louis.[citation needed]

More recently Judy writes and paints under the name J.M Pascoe.



  1. ^ "Circus Oz". Circus Oz. Retrieved 2012-04-13. 
  2. ^ Judy Pascoe at the Internet Movie Database
  3. ^ "Mr Flibble Talks To... Judy Pascoe | Features". Red Dwarf. 8 April 2004. Retrieved 2012-04-13. 

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