Siobhan O'Kelly

Siobhan O'Kelly

Overview

Siobhan made her acting debut at the age of 17 in the Irish soap opera 'Ros na Run'. After completing an Arts Degree in Galway, Siobhan moved to London to trained at the Guildhall. Graduating in 2007, Siobhan played a lead in the TV series 'Paddywhackery'. She has since worked extensively in Theatre, TV and Film, playing roles as diverse as Medea to Viola in 'Twelfth Night'. Recent work includes the comedy pilot 'London Irish' for Channel 4, 'All My Sons' at the Watermill theatre, 'High Rise' (feature film) and 'Klondike' were she plays Kate Mulryan (lead). Siobhan is currently shooting 'Jack taylor' playing the lead, Kate. 

Characteristics

  • Height: 5' 6 (168cm)
  • Playing Age: 25 - 35
  • Eye Colour: Green
  • Hair Colour: Mid Brown
  • Hair Length: Mid Length
  • Appearance: White, Eastern European

Film

Arracht, Aine, TG4 (director: Tom Sullivan)

High Rise, Suzie Steele, Recorded Picture Company/Hanway Films (director: Ben Wheatley)

The Heads, Nuala (lead) (director: Robert Quinn)

Treasure Island, Alice Livesey (director: Steve Barron)

The Daisy Chain, Margaret Lindsey (director: Aisling Walsh)

Starfish, Judith (director: Stephen Kane)

 

SHORT FILM

Clint Eastwood, Hariette, Jumper Productions (director: Alan Friel)

Calculus of Love, Michell, (direcotr: Dan Clifton)

Human Rosources, Doctor, A Spoonful of Essex Productions, Laura Simpson

Television

Jack Taylor, Kate (Lead), Tailliúir Films (Directors: Stuart Orme & Charlie McCarthy)

Klondike, Kate Mulryan (lead), Abu Media (director: Dathai Keane)

Call The Midwife (Series 4), Dolores Mcevory, BBC (director: Juliet May) 

An Bronntanas, Aine, Rosg (director: Tom Collins)

London Irish,Ciara, Company Pictures (director: Ben Palmer)

Raw,  Mary, Ecosse Films/RTE (director: Simon Massey)

Inspector George Gently, dr Spague, Company Pictures (director: Daniel O'Hara)

Na Cloigne,  Nuala, Rosg (director: Robert Quinn)

Mutual Friends, Briony, Hat Trick Productions (director: Jim O'Hanlan)

Seven, Saoirse,  Stirling Productions (director:Robert Quinn)

 Paddywhackery, Siobhan, Dough Productions (director: Daniel O Hara)

Fair City, Susan, RTE, (director: Hugh Farley)

Theatre

Baoite, Cáit's, An Taibhdhearc / The Abbey Theatre (director: Darach MacConIomaire)

Flare Path, Doris / Countess Skriczevinsky, Flare Path Productions Ltd

All My Sons, Ann Deever, Watermill Theatre (director; Douglas Rintoul)

The Private Ear, The Public Eye, Belinda/Doreen,  Original Theatre Company (director:  Alastair Whatley)

Of Mice and Men, Curley's Wife, Watermill Theatre (director: Doug Rintoul)

Twelfth Night, Viola (director: Alastair Whatley)

See How They Run, Penelope Toop (director: Chris Harper)

After The End, Louise (director: Zoe Reardon)

Dancing at Lughnasa, Chris (director: Alastair Whatley)

Between the Eyes, Nuala (director: Lara Campbell)

Medea, Medea (director: Phil Willmott)

Jason and the Argonauts, Medea (director: Phil Willmott)

Sweet Meat, Madeleine (director: Sarah Chew)

A Midsummer-Night's Dream, Hermia (director: Patsy Rodenburg)

The Workshop, Helene (director: Jo Blatchley)

Black Comedy, Carol (director: Kenny Ireland)

Bacchae, Agave (director: Patsy Rodenburg)

Tales From Ovid, Juno (director: Christian Burgess)

The Tempest, Miranda (director: Patsy Rodenburg)

Three Sisters, Masha (director: Wyn Jones)

Radio

Drowning, Brid (director: Tom Sullivan)

Decisions at Sea (director: Jessica Droomgole)

The Answering Machine (director: Jessica Droomgole)

Siobhan O'Kelly
Siobhan O'Kelly
Siobhan O'Kelly
Siobhan O'Kelly