There are a lot of hugely talented stars in Hollywood these days, with plenty of acting talent coming from all areas of the industry. While some of these talented stars tend to focus most of their efforts on the movie side of things, there are others who prefer to work on the small screen. Then there are those who like to mix things up a bit, by doing some big screen and small screen work along the way.
Actress Maggie Siff has been in the acting industry for many years now, appearing in a whole host of different television shows and movies along the way. Maggie has shown that she has the talent to mix it with the biggest and best stars that Hollywood has to offer, and she is still going strong on both the big screen and the small screen, much to the delight of her fans.
Maggie Siff said farewell to her character Tara Knowles back in December, when the hit television series Sons of Anarchy came to an end. Meanwhile, she also popped up as her character Rachel in the hit show Mad Men, as the show is also in its final season. Yet Maggie is far from finished there though, with more television and movie projects on the way.
Maggie Siff will appear in the upcoming movie The 5th Wave, which boasts an impressive cast including Nick Robinson, Chloe Moretz, Liev Schreiber, Maika Monroe, and Maria Bello, among others. The 5th Wave is directed by J Blakeson, based on the screenplay that Susannah Grant developed from the Rick Yancey novel, with a release date set for January 15, 2016 in the US, and January 29, 2016 in the UK.
As well as that, we will also see Maggie Siff returning to the small screen for the new television series Billions, which has a decent cast of its own, including Paul Giamatti, Malin Akerman, Damian Lewis, and Toby Leonard Moore, to name just a few. Billions has been picked up for 12 episodes by Showtime and is expected to air in 2016.
As you can clearly see, Maggie Siff is an actress who loves doing her job and tries to mix things up as much as possible. We look forward to seeing plenty more of her on both the big screen and the small screen in the coming years. Keep up the good work Mags!