Siobhan Murphy was born and raised in downtown Toronto. She received her training and degree in acting from York University’s Acting Conservatory in 2005. Upon graduating, Murphy was cast as one of the leads in the W Network original sitcom The Smart Woman Survival Guide. The show ran for two-and-a-half seasons after which time Murphy went on to appear in such television and film projects as MGM’s Robocop reboot, CTV’s Saving Hope and Flashpoint, HBO’s Less Than Kind and the multiple award-winning short film Patient (which garnered her a Best Actress award from the Los Angeles Movie Awards). On stage, Murphy performed in the Toronto premiere of Dog Sees God: Confessions of Teenage Blockhead. More recently, she has appeared as one of the leads on CBC’s Men with Brooms (nominated for Best Ensemble at the Canadian Comedy Awards), alongside Alison Brie in the feature film No Stranger than Love and opposite Stephen McHattie in the film-noir horror spectacle Hellmouth.
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