Born on 27th August 1959, Siobhan Redmond is a Scottish actress who has done various stage performances and audio and TV shows. Some of her renowned projects are Half Moon Street, The High Life, Between The Lines, and The Smoking Room, among many others.
But, what do we know about her private life?
Is Siobhan Redmond Lesbian?
Trying to keep a private is as challenging as being frankly open about it when it comes to well-known figures in entertainment. The actress also became a target of the speculation regarding her sexuality after she portrayed a lesbian character in the tv series, Between the Lines.
However, the actress did not confirm the speculation and hasn’t yet revealed anything about her relationship status as married or single. Thus, her love life remains a mystery.
Redmond’s Career and net Worth
Beginning her professional journey in 1982, the actress has been a part of several projects, out of which her most recognized for her role, Detective Sgt. Mo Connell, in the series Between the lines released in 1992.
She made her television debut in 1983, appearing in a British television comedy series, Alfresco. And, her initial tv success was the crime series Bulman.
Since then, she has appeared in several tv shows and movies such as In The Red, Holby City, The Smoking Room, The Further Adventure of Sherlock Holmes, etc.
The phenomenal actress is also well-known for her stage performances and is a respected member of the Royal Shakespeare Company. Some of her theatre shows include The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie, Twelfth Night, and A Midsummer Night's Dream.
For her hard work and dedication, she was honored by appointing as a member of the Order of the British Empire in 2013. According to a source, the actress’s net worth is estimated to be around 5 million dollars.
Siobhan Redmond’s Family Details
The Scottland-born actress grew up in a supportive family along with her two siblings. Her father was a university lecturer, while her mother, who inspired her to follow her dreams, battled with breast cancer for most of her life. Unfortunately, her mother lost the battle and left the world when Redmond was 23.
In raising awareness about breast cancer, the actress participated in a 20 miles trek at Scone Palace, Perthshire.
The actress received her education from the University of St Andrews and was awarded an honorary Doctor of Letters degree.