Judy Pascoe is an Australian writer and comedienne, perhaps most famous for her book Our Father Who Art In A Tree, and for her relationship with Red Dwarf actor Robert Llewellyn, which led to her appearance on the popular TV series as Camille, a sentient robot.
Pascoe was born in Brisbane and spent her late teen years with Circus Oz as an acrobat. Eventually she settled down in England and began appearing as a stand-up comedienne. It was during this time that she made her appearance as Camille, a chatty mechanoid opposite Llewellyn's Kryten on Red Dwarf who is not everything that she seems.
Pascoe also showed interest in writing throughout her life, and her debut novel, Our Father Who Art In A Tree, was published by Penguin in 2002. It tells the story of a 10 year old girl whose father died unexpectedly.
In 2006, she produced Dreaming in French, which was given a limited release by Penguin.