Siobhan Hewlett (born 15 April 1983 in London) is an English film, television, radio and theatre actress. Hewlett was born in London. Her father was the comedy sitcom actor Donald Hewlett, and her mother is the actress Therese McMurray. Hewlett's grandmother was the last Captain of the Bluebell Girls, and performed around Europe and South America in the 1920s and 30s, working with Mistanguette and Josephine Baker. Her grandparents were variety artists who were represented by Lew Grade, and who met while performing for the judges and diplomats at the Nuremberg War Trials. Her great-grandmother was the contortionist Cochranes 'Eve'. Hewlett trained in acting at the Webber Douglas Academy of Dramatic Art in London. She is fluent in French. Hewlett has recently shot the lead role 'Faith' in Alan Moore's first self-penned film An Act of Faith: Moore wrote the role for her after seeing her work. Hewlett is also an artist, poet and singer.
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