|"Rift"||Gjenius Productions||Dir. LazRael Lison|
|"The Letter"||Battersea Films||Dir. Nick Allen|
|"Tales of the Black Freighter"||Warner Bros.||Dir. Mike Smith|
|"The One Last Time"||Large Eyes||Dir. Scott Weintrob|
|"Miracle of Phil"||Dugfilms||Dir. Andrew Douglas|
|"Sex and Death 101"||Avenue Pictures||Dir. Dan Walters|
|"The Island"||Dreamworks (Supporting)||Dir. Michael Bay|
|"Feardotcom"||Universal Pictures (Supporting)||Dir. William Malone|
|"Dune"||BBC (Lead)||Dir. Catrin Clarke|
|"Age of the Romantics"||Working Title Films (Lead)||Dir. Simon Wright|
|"Hearts of Gold"||BBC (Lead)||Dir. Richard Laxton|
|"Charmed"||The WB (Guest Lead)||Dir. Joel Figenbaum|
|"Dirty Work"||BBC (Guest Lead)||Dir. Douglas McKinnon|
|"Belonging"||BBC (Series Regular)||Dir. Suzanne Phillips|
|"Jack of Hearts"||BBC (Series Regular)||Dir. Tim Lynne|
|"Pay and Display"||Carlton (Supporting)||Dir. Andy Demmeney|
|"Causalty"||BBC (Guest Lead)||Dir. Indra Bhose|
|"Flying Blind"||HTV (Lead)||Dir. Alison Hindle|
|"Tales From the Crypt"||HBO (Lead)||Dir. William Malone|
|"Catherine Cookson's The Girl"||ITV (Lead - Title Role)||Dir. David Wheatly|
|"Karaoke"||BBC (Supporting)||Dir. Renny Rye|
|"Justin Perfect"||Carlton (Lead)||Dir. Dirk Campbell|
|"Sea Urchins"||The Tron (Lead)||Dir. Irina Brown|
|"Flying Blind"||Sherman Theatre (Lead)||Dir. Alison Hindle|
|"Our Day Out"||Sherman Theatre (Lead)||Dir. Mike James|
|"That Was Wonderful Darling"||Sherman Theatre (Lead)||Dir. Alan Dear|
|"Red Devils Trilogy"||Sherman Theatre (Lead)||Dir. Lorraine Evans|
|"Did and Aenus"||Welsh National Opera (Lead)||Dir. Kerry Sherlock|
|"Return Ticket to Christmas"||Pauper's Carnival (Lead)||Dir. Vanya Constant|
|"The Recruiting Officer"||McOwen Theatre (Lead)||Dir. Irina Brown|
|"Romeo and Juliet"||McOwen Theatre (Lead)||Dir. Brian Astbury|
|"The White Devil"||McOwen Theatre (Lead)||Dir. Colin Cook|
|"Edmond"||McOwen Theatre (Lead)||Dir. Jonathan Chadwick|
|"Heracles"||McOwen Theatre (Lead)||Dir. Pamela Bernard|
|"The Seagull"||McOwen Theatre (Lead)||Dir. Penny Cherns|
|"Larkrise to Candleford"||McOwen Theatre (Lead)||Dir. Caroline Eves|
|"Saved"||McOwen Theatre (Lead)||Dir. Stephen Jameson|
|"Epsom Downs"||McOwen Theatre (Lead)||Dir. Jonathan Chadwick|
|"Sherlock Holmes"||McOwen Theatre (Lead)||Dir. Colin Cook|
Dancing: Lambada, Salsa, Samba.
Languages: Spanish (Bi-Lingual), French (Fluent), Italian (Fluent), Portuguese (Proficient).
Accents: American, All British and European-French, Russian, Italian, German.
- GREEN CARD, SAG
Siobhan Flynn's credits include roles for studios such as Warner Brothers, Paramount, HBO, Universal and the BBC.
Siobhan began acting as a child while growing up in the small town of Cardiff in Wales. At the age of 17, she was selected by and trained for three years at the highly acclaimed acting school, The London Academy of Dramatic Arts (LAMDA). It was here that she was awarded the highly acclaimed Lillian Bayliss Award, presented by Sir Ian Mckellan. Upon completing her studies, Siobhan's career blossomed, and she appeared in a variety of lead roles on every major UK television channel—perhaps most notably in the celebrated mini-series adaptation of Catherine Cookson's The Girl. Her performances in Jack of Hearts, Belonging, Dirty Work and Hearts of Gold were greeted with great success.
In the US, she is most recognized for her role in Michael Bay's The Island, in which she played Lima One Alpha alongside Ewan McGregor and Scarlett Johannson. Her performance garnered impressive reviews and much attention. Siobhan played the role of Melody on the highly successful TV series Charmed, starring alongside Rose McGowan. Her first feature performance was for Warner Brothers in Fear Dot Com, playing the part of Thana Brinkman.Siobhan's acting work has taken her all over the world. She speaks five languages fluently, including French, Spanish, Italian and Portuguese.
Siobhan currently resides in Los Angeles, where she recently completed work on Sex and Death 101 with Wynona Ryder.