• Lives in
    Berlin, Germany (Currently) London, Amsterdam. German (basic)
    English native , Dutch native, German (basic)

Siebe Schoneveld is a from Dutch descendant who grew up in South Africa. Growing up in a film family Siebe started acting at the age of 5 when he got his first role as “stampertje” in the Dutch film “Pluk van de Petteflet”. After that he went on to play roles in “Circus Waltz”, “Alles is Liefde” and “Wit Licht”.

Wit licht’s international version “The Silent Army” took Siebe to the Cannes Film Festival at the young age of 9. Two years after having filmed “The silent Army” he moved to South Africa. Returning to the Netherlands in 2017 to continue working towards his acting goals, he did a certificate course at Theater School de Trap in Amsterdam before moving to Berlin to study a Bachelor hons Degree in Screen Acting at Catalyst Institute for Creative Arts and Technology, which he will have completed by May 2021. He has recently starred in a short film “The Cut” which will be released later this year. Currently he is  working on “Nothingman” a web series to be released 2021.


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