Biography

Tiphaine Siovel, actress and writer

Tiphaine Siovel started her career as a writer thirteen years ago, with the creation of the fantasy novel series “Briséïs“.  The first volume was published in 2012 by French publisher Robert Laffont. Her work in English includes the play “Naked Ground”, produced in 2012 at the Lost Theatre in London, and a few feature films, looking to be developed and produced.

As an actress, Tiphaine trained in Paris, with the LeCoq movement school, and in New York with the Lee Strasberg Method. She played lead roles in french independent feature films such as ‘Echoes’ by Perrine Lievois, (Best Feature Film Winner of the Moondance International Film Festival, official selection in 10 other film festivals in Europe, America and Asia) and ‘Nature’s Breath’ by Hadrien Don Fayel. In London, her theatre credits include ‘Eurydice’ by Sarah Ruhl, ‘Ladies’ Man’ by Feydeau and ‘Les Justes’ by Albert Camus.