Singing Reel



Siobhán Bolton


Height: 5’4”

Hair: Blonde

Eyes: Green

Playing age: 28-33 

Singing Voice: Soprano/Alto, Classical/Jazz/Musical Theatre 


Selected Theatre Experience: Nixon in China, Nut Cracker, The Merchant of Venice,  Peter Pan (Musical), The Threepenny Opera

Selected TV Experience: American Gods Season 1 - Ep.1, Motives and Murders - Season 5 - Ep.10(TV Series,) Vikings Season 1 & 2, Reign S.4 Ep.6

Selected Film Experience:  Crossmaglen (short) Poison Pen (feature), Me First (short), Drafts-Film as Art (short), Run For Your Life (short)

Selected Modelling Experience: Kildare Village (Still Photography) 


Accents: Canadian, Southern, Boston, Californian, Cockney, RP, Northern Irish and French


Qualifications and Training

  • B.A. (Hons) in Drama Performance, DIT Conservatory of Music & Drama (2009-2012)

  • Working with Dialects Workshop with Joy Juckes, Lewis Baumander Acting Studio, Toronto (2015)

  • Second City Improvisation for Actors Level 1 ( Lisa Merchant, Toronto - 2015)

  • Vocal training with Janyce Condon, Waltons New School of Music (2013)

  • Drama Workshop with Brian Shaw, Columbia College Chicago (2012)

  • Youth Theatre Workshop and Youth Theatre 'Make a Movie' Course, Gaiety School of Acting ( 2007)

  • Acting for Camera with Vinny Murphy (2011)

  • Royal Shakespeare Company Workshop, UK (2010)



Dancing (Tap, Jazz, Hip-Hop and Salsa), Violin, Piano, Singing, Stage Combat, Swimming and Rock Climbing



Siobhán is twenty-six years old and from Canada. She lived in Ireland for 9 years and is now currently based out of Toronto. As for her recent work, you can see her featured in the new up and coming TV Series 'American Gods' on the network Starz directed by David Slade. She is also featured on the hit TV Series 'Motives and Murders: Cracking the Case' on the Investigation Discovery Channel. She had the pleasure of working with Canadian stage director Michael Cavanagh on the production of 'Nixon in China' at The Bord Gais Energy Theatre in Dublin. She was involved in the TV pilot for 'Reign' as well as the first two seasons of the History channel's drama 'Vikings'.