Siobhan Schulz graduated summa cum laude with a four year Honours BA Degree in Drama and Performance Studies from the University of KwaZulu Natal, South Africa. After spending some time in South Africa doing predominantly theatre work, Siobhan decided to cross the seas and try her hand at acting in the UK. She has had the good fortune of being a part of some exciting projects both on stage and in front of the camera. Siobhan appeared in stage productions such as Importance of Being Earnestina, Limbo, Red Girl and the intensely challenging Nuclear Winter, which explored issues around mental health. She worked on numerous features films playing the role of the romantic interest in The Man You’re Not, a guilt ridden mother in the psychological thriller Lost a Girl, an international jewel thief in Scapegoat, and Grace in the dark horror Scrawl. After too many cold winters Siobhan decided to return to the warmer shores of South Africa and is continuing to expand her already impressive acting portfolio in Johannesburg.