Siobhan is best known for her core cast role in all six seasons of Outrageous Fortune. Siobhan’s role as Pascalle West saw her nominated for Best Performance by a Supporting Actress award at the 2008 and 2009 Qantas Film and Television Awards.
Siobhan attended Auckland’s Unitec School of Performing Screen Arts and graduated with a Bachelor of Performing Arts in 2003. In the early days of her career and during her time at Unitec, she performed in numerous amateur theatre productions. Her theatre credits include: Othello, A Doll’s House, Cut Out, Darkness Descends, Love of a Nightingale, Big River, Julius Caesar, Something to Shout About and Men Without Shadows.
After her first season of Outrageous Fortune she starred in Little Blonde Hen, written and directed by Thomas Sainsbury and also featuring Outrageous Fortune’s Antonia Prebble. She performed in the TV3 celebrity singing show, Sing Like a Superstar and went on to win the competition. Siobhan has also had guest roles in kids’ series Amazing Extraordinary Friends, Shortland Street, and German tele-feature Duncan’s Lady. Most recently, Siobhan had a memorable appearance on The Almighty Johnsons as a woman whose body is inhabited by the 21-year-old male lead character, Axl.