Siwan Morris

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Siwan Morris
Born (1976-02-07) 7 February 1976 (age 40)
Glynneath, Wales, UK
Occupation Actress
Height 1.67 m (5 ft 5 12 in)

Siwan Morris (born in Glynneath on 7 February 1976)[1] is a Welsh actress.

Biography[edit]

After an education in South Wales, Morris graduated from Manchester Metropolitan University.

Fluent in Welsh and English, Morris appeared in the S4C programme Caerdydd, and occasional parts on BBC1 soap Casualty.

Morris then built her career in London in various parts for the Royal Shakespeare Company.[2]

Morris played "Angie" in E4's youth-oriented drama series Skins appearing in series 1, and briefly in its second series. She played "Llinos" in Con Passionate and "Liv Jones" in the BBC Wales drama Belonging. She also appears in videos for Torchwood series 2's online alternate reality game, where she appears in weekly updated webisodes as a paranormal radio host commenting upon the mysterious appearances of aliens around Cardiff.[3] She also appeared in Mine All Mine and Superhero webseries The Splott Division. She plays the mother of Rhydian Morris in CBBC's supernatural television series, Wolfblood. She appeared in Doctor Who as the mother of Maebh in an episode called In the Forest of the Night.

As a singer, Morris has worked with the electropop band, Clinigol, appearing as a guest vocalist on three songs on their debut album Melys.

Filmography[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1999 Suckerfish Iola
2000 Belonging Liv
2001 Tales from Pleasure Beach Karen (episode: Lush)
Sister Lullu Novice short
Scariest Places on Earth Siwan 2 episodes
2002 A Mind to Kill Ailleen O'connor (episode:Blood and Water)
The Bill Zoe Jones (episode:038)
Casualty Colleen Coleman/Sabine 2 episodes (2002,2007)
2004 Mine All Mine Maria Vivaldi
2005 Con Passionate Linos
2006-2009 Caerdydd Ceri Prince 4 episodes
2007-2008 Skins Angela "Angie" 9 episodes
2009 Agatha Christie's Marple Florrie
2010 Whites Beatrice 1 episode
2012-2014 Wolfblood Ceri 16 episodes
2013 The Machine Lucy
2014 Our Girl Candy 2 episodes
Doctor Who Maebh's Mum (episode:In the Forest of the Night)
Holby City Holly Singlenton 1 episode
2015 Y Streic a Fi Gwen Evans
2016 Gwaith/Cartref Dr. Stephanie Murphy 1 episode
Dark Signal Laurie

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Message on her Twitter account about her birthday". 27 September 2015. Retrieved 27 January 2016. 
  2. ^ Allen, Gavin (2008-03-03). "A dream role for Skins actress". South Wales Echo. Retrieved 2008-05-12. 
  3. ^ Dark Talk

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