Siri Neal’s biography, net worth, fact, career, awards and life story

Intro British actress
Is Actor 
From United Kingdom 
Type Film, TV, Stage & Radio 
Gender female
Birth 14 August 1972, Wales
Age: 47 years

Siri Neal (born 14 August 1972, sometimes credited as Siri O’Neal) is a film and television actress.


She is best known for appearing as Minty, the lead role in Moondial (1988), dramatic children’s television series originally aired on the BBC.

Neal also appeared as Juanita, a guerilla leader/French double agent, in the television film Sharpe’s Battle (1995), a part of the multi-part drama series Sharpe. She also guest starred in two episodes of the TV drama Lovejoy: Highland Fling Part 1 and Highland Fling Part 2.

Her last credited role was as a social worker in the film Urban Ghost Story (1998).

Since then, Siri has worked on various audiobooks including the Doctor Who spin off UNIT (2004) alongside David Tennant.


  • Moondial (1988) “Araminta ‘Minty’ Cane”
  • The Rachel Papers (1989) “Suki”
  • The Children (1990) “Judith”
  • Press Gang (1990) Episode: Breakfast at Czar’s “Charlotte”
  • Inspector Alleyn Mysterie (1990) Episode: Artists in Crime “Sonia Gluck”
  • Lovejoy (1991) Episode: Highland Fling “Sandra Wilson”
  • The Cloning of Joanna May (1992) “Bethany”
  • Waterland (1992) “Helen Atkinson”
  • Stay Lucky (1993) Episode: Gilding the Lily “Linda”
  • Jackanory (1993) Episode: Florizella and the Wolves “Storyteller”
  • Inspector Wycliffe (1993) Episode: Wycliffe and the Cycle of Death “Christine Glyn”
  • The Bill (1993) Episode: You Don’t Always Get What You Want “Lizzie Hart”
  • Sharpe’s Battle (1995) “Juanita”
  • Urban Ghost Story (1998) “Social Worker”


  • The Devil’s Law Case (date unknown) at Edinburgh Festival “Jolenta”
  • The Philanderer (1991/92) at Hampstead Theatre “Sylvia”
  • Slip of the Tongue (1992) at Shaftesbury Theatre “Ivana”
  • The Master Builder (1993/94) at Royal Lyceum & Riverside Studio “Hilde Wangle”
  • Tess of the D’Urbervilles (1995) at Queen’s Theatre Hornchurch “Tess”
  • The Entertainer (1996) at Hampstead & Watermill Theatre “Jean”
  • Tiger Tail (1997) at Plymouth Theatre Royal “Baby Doll”
  • Lady Windemere’s Fan (1997) at Chichester Festival Theatre “Lady Windemere”
  • The Alchemical Wedding (1998) at Salisbury Playhouse “Joan Kelly”


  • Present Laughter (1996)
  • Bram Stoker’s Dracula (1997)
  • Selections from The Decameron (1999)
  • Doctor Who – Unbound (2003)
  • UNIT (2004)
  • The Adventures Of Luther Arkwright (2005)


Siri has also provided TV/radio voiceovers for Argos, Clover, Nescafe, Powergen, Sainsburys, Channel 4, Jazz FM & Homelessness.