Siobhan McSweeney on “growing up”

Siobhan McSweeney

DERRY GIRLS actress Siobhan McSweeney has said her parents dying was the “best gift” they gave her. The Cork star was left devastated after the death of her father while she was shooting the second season of hit show, DERRY GIRLS. Her mother, Mary, died in 2005, the same year she graduated from the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama. But opening up about her parents’ death, Siobhan said losing them was the “best gift” they gave her.

Podcast Link


Siobhán McSweeney

DERRY GIRLS star Siobhán McSweeney has joined the cast of West the Road, a new comedy film shooting in Co. Kerry. The star-studded cast from the big and small screens are set to travel to the Kingdom to join production later this year. The feature follows the hilarious and heartfelt story of a group of women brought together by the death of a childhood friend. First-time feature writer-director Ita Fitzgerald is set to helm the exciting project. The London Irish director’s previous credits an award winning short film TMI, as well as BBC TV’s DOCTORS.

Read More