Currently Fiona can be seen as 'Alice' on The CW's highly-anticipated reboot of the classic 80’s series Dynasty, directed by Brad Silberling (A Series of Unfortunate Events, City of Angels). Also available on Netflix, UK.
Recently Fiona returned from New Mexico playing the role of 'Flower' in Alexandra McGuinness's dramatic feature, Highway alongside Lucy Fry, Eiza Gonzalez and Josh Hartnett and finished a summer run of the critically acclaimed, Ovation Award nominated play Les Blancs, written by Lorraine Hansberry, directed by Gregg T Daniel at the Rogue Machine Theatre.
Previously, Fiona appeared in the Netflix comedy feature Rainbow Time, directed by Linas Phillips and executive produced by the Duplass Brothers. Her credits include roles in the screen adaptation of The DUFF, directed by Ari Sandel starring Mae Whiteman, Bella Thorne and Allison Janney; and an episode of ABC's hit TV-series Nashville.
She earned big laughs starring opposite Ken Davitian in the dark comedy film The Ballerino; and in the comedy short Manager which earned 'Best Short' at the Chicago Comedy Film Festival and a 'Best Actress' nomination at the Houston Comedy Film Festival for her performance as 'Amber'. Always seeking a challenge, Fiona switched gears to the dramatic side appearing in Sasha Krane's multi-award winning British feature Solitary.
Head Villain in Jaguar’s GOOD TO BE BAD campaign for Sundance TV, among other lead roles in many national and international commercials. List upon request.