NEW YORK, NY - MARCH 28: Maggie Siff attends the 2013 FX Upfront Bowling Event at Luxe at Lucky Strike Lanes on March 28, 2013 in New York City.
I'm thrilled Maggie Siff, who played Kate last season in The Taming of the Shrew directed by Arin Arbus, now takes on the role of Beatrice opposite Jonathan Cake as Benedick. They are strong contrasts with a wonderful sense of comedy — one is American, the other British; one sophisticated, the other rough-edged playing two former lovers whose wit and wariness are perfectly matchedMore quotes »
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(Drea de Matteo), Jax’s ex-wife and mother of his first-born, Abel, will be back in the picture in season 6. With Tara (Maggie Siff) being led away in handcuffs in "Sons of Anarchy‘s" season 5 finale, it’s no surprise that Wendy (Drea de Matteo), Jax’s ex-wife from TV Squad Read more »
ArtsBeat: In Performance: Maggie Siff and Jonathan Cake in ‘Much Ado About Nothing’
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'Anarchy' star does Shakespeare
Ado About Nothing 's Beatrice and Benedick. And you'll be hard-pressed to find two sharper tongues than Sons of Anarchy 's Maggie Siff and onetime Desperate Housewives hunk Jonathan Cake, the practically combustible stars of Theatre for a New Audience's Much from Entertainment Weekly Read more »
PHOTO CALL: Maggie Siff, Jonathan Cake and More Celebrate Much Ado About Nothing Opening
held at Gallagher's Steakhouse. Arin Arbus directs the Off-Broadway production, which continues to March 24. "I'm thrilled Maggie Siff, who played Kate last season in The Taming of the Shrew directed by Arin Arbus, now takes on the role of Beatrice opposite from Playbill Read more »
Much ado about two: the lovers sizzle onstage
out: There’s a hot new couple in town! Maggie Siff and Jonathan Cake are so irresistible in “Much Ado About Nothing” that they would make the most embittered divorced believe in love all over again. The pair bring piercing intelligence and winning charm to from New York Post Read more »