Pascoe Lawler, an Australian actor originates from Darwin in the Northern Territory.
There, he made his theatre debut in Henrik Ibsen’s A Doll’s House (2017) directed by Gail Evans. He toured with Artback NT’s Dog Dog, a children’s theatre show also directed by Gail Evans and performed works at the Darwin Festival.
Since completing his bachelor of stage & screen acting at Charles Sturt University, Pascoe has continued to appear in commercials, short films and a Pilot for Screen Australia in a role opposite Rob Collins; Including performing in developing works for ATYP & under dramaturg Patricia Cornelius.
Pascoe is an accomplished athlete with a black belt in Korean martial arts and has competed nationally in basketball.