Siobhan Fallon Hogan
|Siobhan Fallon Hogan|
Fallon at the 2008 Tribeca Film Festival
May 13, 1961
Syracuse, New York, United States
Life and career
Siobhan Fallon was born in Syracuse, New York, United States, the daughter of Jane (née Eagan) and William J. Fallon, an attorney. She was raised Catholic. She graduated from Le Moyne College in 1983. She made her television debut in an episode of The Golden Girls in 1990. She appeared in 20 episodes on Saturday Night Live from 1991 to 1992. She also appeared in three episodes of Seinfeld as Elaine Benes' annoying roommate Tina. Thereafter, she began to appear in feature films. In 2003, she appeared as Mrs. Yelnats in the film Holes with Sigourney Weaver and Shia LaBeouf. She appeared in New in Town, released on January 30, 2009, with Renée Zellweger and Harry Connick, Jr.
Siobhan Fallon is a member of the Atlantic Theater Company. She currently resides in Middletown Township, New Jersey and also has a summer home in Cazenovia, NY, a town outside Syracuse, where she grew up. Fallon is married to commodities trader Peter Hogan and they have three children: Bernadette, Peter and Sinead. Fallon was the speaker at the 2003 Cazenovia High School commencement.
- 1990 The Golden Girls as Abby Wolfe (TV, one episode)
- 1991 Baby Talk (TV, one episode)
- 1991 Babes (TV, one episode)
- 1991–1992 Saturday Night Live (TV, 20 episodes)
- 1991–1994 Seinfeld (TV, in episodes "The Deal", "The Truth" and "The Opposite")
- 1994 Only You as Leslie
- 1994 Forrest Gump as Dorothy Harris (bus driver)
- 1994 The Paper as Lisa
- 1994 Greedy as Tina
- 1995 Jury Duty as Heather
- 1996 Good Money as Siobhan
- 1996 Striptease as Rita Grant
- 1997 Men in Black as Beatrice (Edgar's wife)
- 1997 Feds (TV, one episode)
- 1997 Fools Rush In as Lanie
- 1997 Nick and Jane as Julie
- 1998 Dr. Dolittle as Rat (voice)
- 1998 The Negotiator as Maggie
- 1998 A Cool, Dry Place as Charlotte
- 1998 Krippendorf's Tribe as Lori
- 2000 Third Watch (TV, one episode)
- 2000 Dancer in the Dark as Brenda
- 2000 The Photographer as Crazy lady
- 2000 Boiler Room as Michelle, Harry's supervisor
- 2000–2003 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (TV, 2 episodes)
- 2001 Rain as bartender
- 2001 What's the Worst That Could Happen? as Edwina
- 2002 Big Trouble as Fly By Air ticket agent
- 2003 Holes as Mrs. Yelnats
- 2003 Daddy Day Care as Peggy
- 2003 Dogville as Martha
- 2004 Rescue Me as Phyllis Shea (TV, three episodes)
- 2005 Fever Pitch as Lana
- 2006 I'll Believe You as Larry Jean
- 2006 Charlotte's Web as Mrs. Zuckerman
- 2007 Funny Games as Betsy Thompson
- 2007 30 Rock (TV, one episode)
- 2008 Baby Mama as birthing teacher
- 2009 New in Town as Blanche Gunderson
- 2010 Sonny with a Chance as Bella
- 2010 The Bounty Hunter as Teresa
- 2010 The Secret Friend as Julie
- 2010 The Whole Truth (TV, one episode)
- 2010 Fred: The Movie as Hilda Figglehorn
- 2011 Fred 2: Night of the Living Fred as Hilda Figglehorn
- 2011 Bunnicula as Ann Monroe
- 2011 We Need to Talk About Kevin as Wanda
- 2011 Another Happy Day as Bonnie
- 2011 Someday This Pain Will Be Useful to You as Mrs. Beemer
- 2012 Fred: The Show as Hilda Figglehorn
- 2012 Fred 3: Camp Fred as Hilda Figglehorn
- 2015 Wayward Pines as Arlene Moran (7 episodes)
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- Chesek, Tom. "'09 Basie Awards bring out best of high school shows", Asbury Park Press, May 23, 2009. Accessed January 22, 2011. ""Performing as master of ceremonies for this year's event was Count Basie Theatre board member Siobhan Fallon-Hogan, a Middletown resident...".