Sian Reeves is a popular actress and radio presenter. She has had roles in ‘Cutting It’ and ‘Eastenders’ (BBC1); ‘Coronation Street’ and ‘Emmerdale’ (ITV); ‘Lunch Monkeys’ (BBC 3). She is currently presenting programmes on BBC Radio Wales having recently moved to Cardiff.
Sian started her career as a singer and was in the original cast of Les Miserables. She also appeared in the BBC singing competition ‘Just the Two of Us’. Her original singing partner was Rick Astley but he was later replaced by Russell Watson and the pair went on to win the series. Sian is due to make an album for a dementia charity very soon.
Last Christmas Sian played the Wicked Queen at the New Theatre Cardiff and also appeared in ‘A Family Affair’ in the Sherman. She won the Special Jury Award in Direction at the first season of Casablanca Film Factory Awards for her short film 'I Know Something Happened'.
Sian has fascinating tales to tell from her time when, as a 19 year old, she was cast as Cosette in Les Miserables (at that time she didn’t even know she could sing) and the thrill of receiving standing ovations each and every night, to playing the Wicked Queen in The New Theatre last Christmas.
In the 40 intervening years Sian has performed in top theatres and had roles in all the favourite soaps. At her speaking engagements, she captivates her audiences as she gives an enthralling account of life behind the scenes – stories you won’t want to miss.
Sian has an amazing interactional personality and whether she is hosting a grand award ceremony in London or speaking at a more intimate event in Wales, audiences love her. She has a smile and kind word for everyone she meets.