|Celia Pacquola Quick Info|
|Height||5 ft 6 in|
|Date of Birth||February 12, 1983|
Celia Pacquola is an Australian comedian, writer, presenter, and actress who has presented shows like Red Hot Go and Fox Summer Breakfast on Fox FM; and The Comedy Hour on ABC Radio. She has also written and performed shows in the United Kingdom such as Shappi Talk, What’s So Funny?, The Headset, and Britain Versus the World for BBC Radio 4. She has served as a writer for the Australian satirical panel game show Good News Week and both the seasons of the Australian comedy TV series Laid. Her major acting credits include characters such as Nat in the comedy TV series Utopia, Dolly in the drama TV series The Beautiful Lie, and Emma Dawes in the comedy TV series Rosehaven. She had also co-written the last of those shows for which she had won the 2017 AWGIE Award in the category of ‘Best Comedy Script’. Besides her career in acting and radio, she has written and performed live comedy shows since 2007 in both Australia and the United Kingdom.
Yarra Glen, Victoria, Australia
She splits her time between Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, and London, England, United Kingdom.
Comedian, Writer, Presenter, Actress
- Mother – Pam Pacquola (Accountant)
- Siblings – Amalia Pacquola (Older Sister), Lia Pacquola (Older Sister)
She is represented by –
- Helen Townshend, Manager (Australia), Token Artists, Talent Management Agency, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
- Rowan van den Berg, Manager (United Kingdom), PBJ Management, Artist Management & PR Firm, London, England, United Kingdom
5 ft 6 in or 167.5 cm
58 kg or 128 lbs
Boyfriend / Spouse
Celia has dated –
- Toby Truslove (2008-2013)
Race / Ethnicity
She is of Italian descent on her father’s side.
She often tends to dye her hair blonde.
- Slender frame
- Center-parted, shoulder-length, straight hair
- Cheerful smile
- Radiant face
Celia Pacquola Facts
- Having started her comedy career in 2006, Celia had first come into the spotlight in 2009 when she had performed a show titled Am I Strange? at both the Edinburgh Festival Fringe (the world’s largest arts festival) as well as the Melbourne International Comedy Festival (the largest stand-alone comedy festival in the world).
- At the latter event, for her performance, she had won the ‘Best Comedy’ and ‘Critics Award’ in the category of ‘Best Australian Act’. Later that year, she had performed a show titled This Was The Year That Was at the iconic Sydney Opera House.
- In 2016, she had become the youngest woman to host the Oxfam Gala at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival.
- In 2020, she had participated in and won the 17th season of the reality TV show Dancing with the Stars Australia. She had used her prize of AUD 50k to support her charitable organization, Safe Steps Family Violence and Support Centre.
- In 2021, she was the subject of the inaugural episode of the 12th season of the TV documentary reality genealogy series Who Do You Think You Are?, a part of the international franchise and adaptation of the original British TV series of the same name that traces in great detail the ethnic history of its celebrity participants.
Featured Image by Celia Pacquola / Instagram