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Overview (1)

Born in Tollcross, Glasgow, Scotland, UK

Mini Bio (1)

She is the second-eldest of three sisters. Siobhan started acting in a wacky British TV comedy sketch called Alfresco (1983) (1982/1983), co-starring with Robbie Coltrane, Hugh Laurie, Ben Elton & Stephen Fry, among others. Her best-known role is "Detective Sgt. Mo Connell" in the police series, Between the Lines (1992) (aka "Inside the Line"), filmed in 1992/1993/1994.

She is a very accomplished classical actress who has acted in many theater plays (like "Look Back in Anger" that followed a world tour in 1990, with Kenneth Branagh and Emma Thompson) and some other roles in movies, as well.

- IMDb Mini Biography By: <daniel@cepa.com.br>

Trivia (7)

Awarded honorary Doctor of Letters from St Andrews University, laureation by Prof. Peter McKiernan, School of Social Sciences (22/6/2000).
Suffers from asthma.
She was awarded the MBE (Member of the Order of the British Empire) in the 2013 Queen's New Years Honours List for her services to Drama. She is an actress.
Works for the Royal Shakespeare Company in Stratford-upon-Avon, playing among others Beatrice in "Much Ado About Nothing" [1997]
Stars in a play called 'The Trick is to Keep Breathing', in which she is the school teacher Joy Stone, whose girlfriend dies while they're on vacation in Spain. The drama is being showed at the Tron Theatre in Glasgow, Scotland. A tour through UK and Canada is being planned for this year. [October 1996]
London, England: Actress [December 2012]
Finishes the filmings of a BBC2 drama called A Relative Stranger (1996), where she plays the wife of a man who wakes up one morning and can't remember anything in the past 20 years; and a drama, with the comedian Billy Connolly, called Deacon Brodie (1997). [June 1996]

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