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Jocelyn is originally from Toronto, Canada, and trained at the Randolph College for the Performing Arts where she graduated in 2017 with a diploma in Musical Theatre. Her hard work at Randolph resulted in the college faculty nominating her for the prestigious “Triple Threat” Award at year’s end.


That same year, for Intermission Magazine’s annual “Tootsie Award”, Jocelyn was identified as “One to Watch”*, for her starring role as “Dahlia” in the original Canadian production of Moll, stating, “She was seductive, tough, charming, formidable, and ruthless in that role.”


Jocelyn then moved to Glasgow and attended the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland where she received a Masters Degree in Musical Theatre Performance.


For her graduating show, she performed as Vivienne Kensington in Legally Blonde the Musical, which was presented at the Edinburgh Fringe in August of 2019. 

Later that year she performed in the Tron Theatre's highly anticipated devised show High Man Pen Meander. Her performance of Marilyn Monroe's tragic death garnered rave reviews from The Guardian:


"Sensuous and alarming, Jocelyn LoSole enacts an emotional performance to a crackly voiceover of Morgan’s The Death of Marilyn Monroe, her flesh scrawled with words of abuse: Marilyn as the original mass-media victim." - Mark Fisher

Jocelyn currently lives in Belleville, Ontario and is the founder and artistic director of SOLE Theatre, an independant theatre company for adults and children alike. She began her directorial debut with an all-female cast of Mary Shelley's "Frankenstein" adapted by Tim Kelly.





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