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Marion Bowles
Biographical information
Status: Presumed Deceased
Occupation: Topside/Dyad executive (formerly)
Other information
Gender: Female
Hair color: Black
Eye color: Brown
Relationships
Family: Charlotte Bowles (adoptive daughter)
Series information
Portrayed by: Michelle Forbes
Season/s: 2
First appearance: "Knowledge of Causes, and Secret Motion of Things"
Latest appearance: "By Means Which Have Never Yet Been Tried"
Appearance count: 3

Marion Bowles was a high-level Dyad Institute employee, Rachel Duncan's boss at Dyad.

Biography

History

Marion, as revealed in By Means Which Have Never Yet Been Tried, adopted 8-year-old Charlotte Bowles, the only success out of 400 failed attempts by Dyad to recreate a clone 20 years after the success of Project Leda, and has since raised her as an adopted daughter. At the same time, Rudy, a Project Castor clone, is being imprisoned inside Marion's home.

Season 2

She appears as a member from the upper echelons of the Dyad Institute and is in frequent contact with Keelie and Rachel Duncan. She wants to keep Rachel focused on her tasks and not troubled by emotional issues (death of Keelie, revelations about her past and the appearance of her father).

In an agreement with Paul she helps Sarah to free Kira. She tells Sarah that she has the answers Sarah is looking for and should meet each other the next day. She has a daughter, Charlotte, and Sarah meets her. Marion also shows Rudy to Sarah.

Season 3

Felix mentions her at the start of season 3 and says that she is in Europe to protect all sisters of project Leda. She sent Delphine to keep watch on project Castor.

It is unknown if Marion Bowles is alive as her daughter, Charlotte, is in the hands of Neolution and Susan Duncan.

Appearances

Season 2 appearances
Nature Under Constraint and Vexed Governed by Sound Reason and True Religion Mingling Its Own Nature With It Governed As It Were By Chance Ipsa Scientia Potestas Est
To Hound Nature in Her Wanderings Knowledge of Causes, and Secret Motion of Things Variable and Full of Perturbation Things Which Have Never Yet Been Done By Means Which Have Never Yet Been Tried