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  • Someday This Pain Will Be Useful to You

  • Funny Games

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  • Krippendorf's Tribe

  • What's the Worst That Could Happen?

  • Forrest Gump

  • Dancer in the Dark

  • Men in Black

  • Boiler Room

  • Striptease

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Siobhan Fallon Biography

  • Profession: Actor
  • Born: Jan 1, 0001
  • Died: Jan 1, 0001

Though eagle-eyed television viewers are likely to recognize actress/comedienne Siobhan Fallon from her early '90s stint on [[Feature~V175321~Saturday Night Live~saturdaynightlive[tvseries]]] or her role as Elaine's roommate on [[Feature~V276165~Seinfeld~seinfeld[tvseries]]], the talented performer has essayed numerous small but memorable roles in such Hollywood blockbusters as [[Feature~V131221~Forrest Gump~forrestgump]] (1994), [[Feature~V154946~Men in Black~meninblack]] (1997), and [[Feature~V276085~Daddy Day Care~daddydaycare]] (2003). Born in Syracuse, NY, in 1972, Fallon attended the Catholic University of America before training with the prestigious off-Broadway Atlantic Theater Company. After making her television debut in an episode of [[Feature~V284350~The Golden Girls~thegoldengirls[tvseries]]], Fallon would continue on with numerous small screen roles before moving into feature territory with the 1994 comedy [[Feature~V131116~Greedy~greedy]]. Numerous mid-'90s films such as [[Feature~V134630~Jury Duty~juryduty]] (1995) and [[Feature~V136217~Striptease~striptease]] (1996) proved Fallon was always dependable for a laugh, utilizing her to maximum comic effect before the actress began to gravitate toward more dramatic roles during the millennial changeover. Small roles in [[Feature~V163105~The Negotiator~thenegotiator]] (1998) and [[Feature~V200545~Dancer in the Dark~dancerinthedark]] (2000) soon began to expose Fallon's notable dramatic talents, and though she would remain in humorous roles for [[Feature~V244228~What's the Worst That Could Happen?~whatstheworstthatcouldhappen]] (2001) and [[Feature~V251977~Big Trouble~bigtrouble]], directors such as [[Performer~P118403~Lars von Trier~larsvontrier]] would continue to explore her dramatic side in such features as [[Feature~V284795~Dogville~dogville]] (2003). ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi