Siobhán Cullen

Siobhán Cullen

Overview

Siobhán Cullen was born and raised in Dublin, Ireland. She studied Drama and Theatre in Trinity College Dublin, where she was awarded a BA Hons Degree. Since graduating, Siobhán has been working both in Ireland and in the UK, in film, TV and theatre. Her most recent work includes; "The Limehouse Golem" (Number 9 Films), "The Plough and The Stars" (National Theatre) and "Paula" (BBC).

Characteristics

  • Height: 5' 6 (168cm)
  • Playing Age: 16 - 30
  • Eye Colour: Green
  • Hair Colour: Dark Brown
  • Hair Length: Mid Length
  • Appearance: White

Film

The Randomer, Roberta, Filmbase (directors: Naji Bechara, Iseult Imbert, Caoimhe Clancy)

The Limehouse Golem, Sister Mary, Number 9 Films (director: Juan Carlos Medina)

All Is By My Side, Jenny, Subotica (director: John Ridley)

Television

Origin, Kate Devlin, Left Bank Pictures / YouTube Red (director: Paul W.S Anderson)

Paula, Morgan, BBC2 (director: Alex Holmes) 

The Clinic, Kirsten, Parallel Films (director: D. Eames/ R. Quinn)

Theatre

Richard III, Lady Anne, Druid Theatre Company (director: Garry Hynes)

Crestfall, Alison, Druid Theatre Company/ The Abbey (director: Annabelle Comyn)

The Effect,Connie, Rough Magic (director: Ronan Phelan)

The Plough and the Stars, Understudy Nora Clitheroe & Ensemble, The National Theatre (director: Howard Davies)

An Ideal Husband, Mabel Chiltern, Gate Theatre (director: Ethan McSweeny)

Othello, Desdemona, The Mill Productions (director: Geoff O'Keeffe)

Assassins, Emma Goldman, Rough Magic (director: Ronan Phelan)

An Enemy Of The People, Randine/Citizen, Gate Theatre (director: Wayne Jordan)

The Life and Sort Of Daeth of Eric Argyle, Gillian, 15th Oak (director: Dan Herd)

A Woman Of No Importance, Maid, Gate Theatre (director: Patrick Mason)

Monster/ Clock, Toby , Collapsing Horse (director: Dan Colley)

Jane Eyre, Young Jane, Gate Theatre (director: Alan Stanford)

Ariel, Young Elaine, Abbey Theatre (director: Conall Morrison)

By The Bog Of Cats, Josie Kilbride, Abbey Theatre (director: Patrick Mason)