Siobhan Connors works in the arts as a performer, producer and event organiser. Since moving from New Zealand to Australia in 2011, Siobhan has co-founded two theatre companies and been cast in multiple theatre and film productions.
Outside of performing and producing, Siobhan has invested time creating and managing live music events and performance-based charity fund-raisers.
She continues to develop and produce local theatre, including North of Eight’s inaugural production Terminus, and is the Festival Producer of Poppy Seed Theatre Festival.
Siobhan holds a Diploma in Musical Theory, is a skilled pianist and a versatile dancer, however her first love is acting, which was sparked while playing a schoolgirl in the feature film, The Narnia Chronicles: Prince Caspian.
She began her full time training at Melbourne Acting Academy, through which she was accepted into the Full-Time Program at the Howard Fine Acting Studio Australia.
As an actress Siobhan has worked across many mediums including film, theatre, television, web series, corporate videos and voiceover. Her film credits include Never Love a Vampire, Dir. Geoffrey Wright; Adopted, Dir. Ben Shackleford, and Time Apart, Dir. Ric Forster, as well as working as a voiceover artist on the TV mini series Molly. Her recent theatre credits include the sold out season of The Art of F*cking and a new Australian play Washroom.
Official website: www.siobhanconnors.com