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Heather Marie Marsden

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Heather Marie Marsden is an American actress, singer, songwriter and voice over artist. She starred in the action crime thriller Crash and Burn, played Kevin's Sister / Mrs. Lovett on the episode Andy's Play on The Office during its seventh season, and voiced Sarah Lyons in Fallout 3 . She had recurring roles on Katie Joplin, The Army Show, Boston Common, and CA Dreams. She has written and sang songs used on soundtracks for Law and Order: CI, Justified, and Melrose Place 2.0'.[1]

Early Life[edit]

Marsden was born in a suburb of Detroit, MI.[1] She became interested in performing early on. She started studying the cello and ballet at a very young age.[2] At 12, she fell in love with musical theatre playing Alice in a community production of Alice In Wonderland. At 17, she landed her first professional theatre tour, Sweet Charity, in the role of "Rosie."[2] She is the younger sister of animation producer, Pam Marsden.


Film / TV[edit]

Marsden moved to Los Angeles to pursue her acting career. Her first television appearance was the recurring "Mona" on the comedy, CA Dreams, on NBC. Her first film appearances were dancing in That Thing You Do, and Austin Powers.Marsden also recurred on on Boston Common, The Army Show, and Katie Joplin. Marsden has guest starred in popular shows including Boy Meets World, The Jamie Foxx Show, and the episode "Size Matters" of Charmed. Marsden played "Kevin's Sister" who was in a local theatre production of Sweeney Todd as "Mrs. Lovett," in the episode Andy's Play on The Office. Marsden has sang in many on-camera roles[1] including as "Mrs. Lovett" on the episode Andy's Play on The Office, as Mario Lopez's lost love on Pacific Blue, and as the ill-fated karaoke date of Shawn on Boy Meets World.Marsden has starred in films Crash and Burn and Hometown Hero.


When not filming or in the recording studio, Marsden returns to her theatre roots. Marsden played "Dyanne" in the Chicago cast of Million Dollar Quartet for 199 consecutive performances. Marsden originated the role of "Elyssa" in the political satire musical The Beastly Bombing, which ran in Los Angeles and New York. Marsden also originated the role of "Becky" and choreographed[3] the 1950's sci-fi musical, It Came From Beyond. Marsden originated the role of "Zephyr" in the musical, Mask, written by Anna Phelan Hamilton, music by Barry Mann and Cynthia Weil and directed by Richard Maltby, Jr. at The Pasadena Playhouse.[4]

Albums / Singles[edit]

Marsden's first musical artist release is the e.p. Pieces of Skye,[5]under the artist name Skye.[6] She co-wrote and co-produced the project with bassist / producer Paul Bushnell from Ednaswap. Songs from this e.p. have been featured in TV and Film including Law & Order:CI, Justified, Jane By Design and Cheerleader Nation.[1] Her second release, as Skye Marsden, was a dance single, "Venice Freak," on WaterMusic / Universal.[7] Marsden then partnered with writer / producer, Paul Andrews, and the pair formed the electronic pop/rock duo, darkblueworld, and release The Harratt Sessions.[8] Songs from The Harratt Sessions are featured in the TV reboot, Melrose Place, and the film Boo!. Marsden recorded and released the jazz e.p., So, This Is Love for Not Us Music.[9] In 2023, It's! Bitchen! was released by the band Marsden fronts, JonesHouse.[10]

Film / TV Soundtracks[edit]

She has written and performed songs that have appeared on soundtracks including Justified, Law & Order:CI, Jane By Design and the reboot Melrose Place. Marsden recorded "Hit The Road, Jack" for the film LaBou, and also appears as a vocalist on films The Wild, Wonderful Whites of West Virginia, and Tanner Hall.[1]

Voice Over[edit]

Marsden's most famous voice over character is "Sarah Lyons" in Fallout 3.[11] She has also sang on nearly a hundred commercials as a session singer, including Barbie, McDonalds, and Toyota.

Other Works[edit]

Marsden is Julietta La Rue in the haunted house experience, The House At Haunted Hill.[12]


Film and Television Roles[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2022 Pursuit Lt. Angela Connors Feature Film
2017 Hometown Hero Lucy Ballentine Feature Film
2015 The Sparrows: Nesting Officer Santana Feature Film
2011 Flesh Wounds Cassandra Mason Feature Film
2011 Lucky Allison Feature Film
2010 The Office Kevins Sister / Mrs. Lovett Episode: "Andy's Play"

Sang: "By The Sea"

2010 Terror Trap Nancy Feature Film
2010 Van Von Hunter Holly O'Hunter Feature Film
2010 How To Make Love To A Woman Nancy Feature Film
2010 House Under Siege Carla Mazur Feature Film
2009 The Pool Boys Bree Feature Film
2008 Fallout 3 Sarah Lyons Video Game
2008 Fallout 3: Broken Steel Sarah Lyons Video Game
2008 Code Geass (English Version) Video Game
2008 Crash and Burn Penny Middleton Feature Film
2005 Lethal Sam Stewart Feature Film
2004 Wolf Tracer's Dinosaur Island Troy Animated Film
2004 Drake and Josh Carly Roberts Episode: "Drivers License"
2003 Doggy Fizzle Televizzle Herbal Essence Girl Episode: #1.2
2003 The Failures Elatia Feature Film
2003 Mind Games Michelle Feature Film
2001 Charmed Claudia Episode: "Size Matters"
2001 Shark Hunter Cheryl Feature Film
2001 The Division Jennifer Episode: "The First Hit's Free, Baby"
2000 Suddenly Susan Georgia Episode: "Susan and the Professor"
2000 Get Real Gwen Episode: "Absolution"
1999 Mike O'Malley Show Episode: "Out of Their League"
1999 Katie Joplin 2 episodes
1999 Oh, Baby Bride-To-Be Episode: "The Colonel"
1999 Love Boat: The Next Wave Jenny Bolechek Episode: "About Face"
1999 Pacific Blue Rita Bruenwell Episode: "Infierno"
1999 Boy Meets World Kelly sang "I Got You, Babe"
1999 The Army Show Brenda 4 episodes
1998 Diagnosis Murder Shannon Young Episode: "An Education In Murder"
1997 Built To Last Katie Episode: "A Thanksgiving To Remember"
1997 The Jamie Foxx Show Woman #2 Episode: "Freezer Burn"
1997 Step By Step Jackie Episode: "It Didn't Happen One Night"
1997 Austin Powers Go-Go Dancer Feature Film
1997 Life With Roger Cindy Episode: "About Last Night"
1996 Boston Common Blair 2 episodes
1996 That Thing You Do! Dancer Feature Film
1995 The Colony Amanda Feature Film
1994 California Dreams Mona 3 episodes
1994 Silk Stalkings Dimples Episode: "Whore Wars"
1994 Hannukah Tales and Tunes Female Performer #1 Video


Year Title Song Notes Notes
2012 Justified Gonna Get You Performer, Writer Episode: "Loose Ends"
2012 Jane By Design Gonna Get You Performer, Writer Episode: "The Teen Model"
2010 The Office By The Sea Performer Episode: "Andy's Play"
2009 Melrose Place Sing Coming In Performer, Writer Episode: "Cahuenga"
2009 Melrose Place Into Your Heart Performer, Writer Episode: "Vine"
2009 Tanner Hall Theme Music Performer Feature Film: Opening Theme
2009 The Wild and Wonderful Whites of West Virginia Double Dealin' Man Performer Feature Film
2008 Labou Hit The Road, Jack Performer Feature Film: End Titles
2006 Law & Order: CI Gonna Get You Performer, Writer Episode: Country Crossover
2006 Cheerleader Nation Gonna Get You Performer, Writer
2005 Boo! Ordinary Performer, Writer Feature Film
1999 Boy Meets World I Got You, Babe Performer Episode: "Cutting The Cord"


Year Title Band Album Details
2002 Pieces of Skye Skye Marsden 2002

Format: CD, Digital Download

2005 The Harratt Sessions darkblueworld 2005

Format: CD, Digital Download

2005 Venice Freak (single) Skye 2005, Water Music / Universal

Format: Enhanced CD, Digital Download

2009 Into Your Heart (single) Heather Marie Marsden 2009

Format: Digital Download

2009 So, This Is Love (e.p.) Heather Marie Marsden 2009, Not Us Music / Big Fish Media

Format: CD, Digital Download

2023 It's! Bitchen'! JonesHouse 2023

Format: Digital Download


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  2. 2.0 2.1 "Heather Marie Marsden - Biography". IMDb. Retrieved 2023-09-19.
  3. Nichols, F. Kathleen Foley; Philip Brandes; David C. (2006-01-20). "'Beyond!' the bounds of science". Los Angeles Times. Retrieved 2023-09-21.
  4. "Heather Marie Marsden: Credits, Bio, News & More | Broadway World". Retrieved 2023-09-18.
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  6. "Skye (4)". Discogs. Retrieved 2023-09-18.
  7. Skye - Venice Freak, 2005-08-02, retrieved 2023-09-18
  8. Darkblueworld - The Harratt Sessions Album Reviews, Songs & More | AllMusic, retrieved 2023-09-18
  9. So, This is Love - Heather Marie Marsden | Releases | AllMusic, retrieved 2023-09-18
  10. "JonesHouse". Spotify. Retrieved 2023-09-19.
  11. "Fallout 3 (Video Game 2008)". IMDb. Retrieved 2023-09-18.
  12. Staff, T. H. R. (2013-10-25). "Houses of Horror: 3 Halloween Haunts Designed by Top L.A. Creatives". The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved 2023-09-21.

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