Mary Pascoe Conway

Mary Pascoe Conway

actress, additional crew

Mary Pascoe Conway was born on Oct 17, 1982 in USA. Mary Pascoe Conway's big-screen debut came with Mona Lisa Smile directed by Mike Newell in 2003.

Mary Pascoe's wide range of talents align themselves to all sorts of facets of our daily lives. The odds are good that you have already seen a TV show, movie, or commercial containing a Mary Pascoe appearance. From "Mad Men" to "Mona Lisa Smile", this red-haired singing comic can do it all.You have probably seen her singing both serious and funny songs while playing various instruments on the Third Street Promenade in Santa Monica, or at such world famous venues across the country as the Viper Room, the Whisky, and the Keyclub.She performs stand-up comedy and music nearly every night of the week in Los Angeles (Flappers Comedy Club, Jon Lovitz Comedy Club, Hollywood & Highland's Koji's), producing many of the shows herself, and has shared stages with stars such as Keenen Ivory Wayans, Kyle Gass, and Jill Sobule.Crowds go nuts over her spot-on impressions of hundreds of others, such as Amanda Bynes, Miley Cyrus, Zooey Deschanel, Britney Spears, Jessica and Ashlee Simpson, Sarah Palin, and so many more. She is thrilled and thankful to work for NBC, Bravo, Comedy Central, Cartoon Network, FOX, AMC, MTV, VH1, ABC, CBS, and many other networks.This highly energetic entertainer from Battle Creek, Michigan throws herself full force into her work, and it is for this very reason that she can often seem to be in multiple places at once.A proud SAG-AFTRA Member, Pascoe honed her craft early in life, singing and tap dancing in regional theatre as a child. She has trained extensively in acting, gymnastics, competitive cheer, dance, storytelling, broadcasting (named the State Champion by the Michigan Interscholastic Forensic Assocation), and even mime, and loves learning lots of new things each day.At the age of 16, Pascoe headed to the prestigious Wellesley College, where she loved her classes in Robotics, Creative Writing, and Theatre (surprise!), and her award-winning Graphic/Website Design Company grew exponentially.She soon graduated with a Bachelor's Degree in Women's Studies, and hopped in her Jeep to head West, where she gratefully found a great deal of on-screen television work."LA Weekly" gives their "GO" stamp of approval for Pascoe's recent theatrical work. She hosts and guest stars on a number of radio shows and podcasts, including Playboy Radio's "Your Date with Destiny" on Sirius XM, "Decently Funny with Nuzzy and the Guy", and "The Pretty Good Podcast".Always the self-starter, Pascoe wrote and produced her own 15 track album called "Who Brings a Cat to the Disco?" in 2006, including 3 bonus poems with Pascoe's own special brand of voice-over."Ginga Ninja, Foo!" is the second full-length album produced by Pascoe's own label, Crabble Dabble Entertainment, this time with her comedy band, the Raging Peanuts, 2010 Winners of the Hollywood G Club's Comedy Contest.The Raging Peanuts grew out of the web series, "ROCKSTARS", for which Pascoe was the Creator and Showrunner, and they have held popular residencies at several LA hot spots, including Universal Bar & Grill, Max Steiners, and the Glendon.Find Mary Pascoe and the Raging Peanuts on iTunes, Spotify, Amazon, Rhapsody, CD Baby,, and retailers everywhere.And don't worry if you blink... you won't miss her. Mary Pascoe has a very long career ahead, and is loving every second of it.

  • Birthday

    Oct 17, 1982
  • Place of Birth

    Battle Creek, Michigan, USA

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