Though eagle-eyed television viewers are likely to recognize actress/comedienne Siobhan Fallon from her early '90s stint on Saturday Night Live or her role as Elaine's roommate on Seinfeld, the talented performer has essayed numerous small but memorable roles in such Hollywood blockbusters as Forrest Gump (1994), Men in Black (1997), and Daddy Day Care (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 The Golden Girls, Fallon would continue on with numerous small screen roles before moving into feature territory with the 1994 comedy Greedy. Numerous mid-'90s films such as Jury Duty (1995) and 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 The Negotiator (1998) and Dancer in the Dark (2000) soon began to expose Fallon's notable dramatic talents, and though she would remain in humorous roles for What's the Worst That Could Happen? (2001) and Big Trouble, directors such as Lars von Trier would continue to explore her dramatic side in such features as Dogville (2003).