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Mel started a fan site for Siddig in 1996, as a way to learn HTML and to promote his charitable endeavors. In 1998, he proposed that it become his official fan site; she quickly agreed and a long-distance friendship was born. You can reach Mel at mel[at]sidcity[dot]net.


Today marks the 20th anniversary of the premiere of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine. On January 3, 1993, a very different take on Gene Roddenberry’s vision arrived on TV screens. Set on a space station instead of a starship,  the people of Starfleet were surrounded by “locals”, struggling to aid …

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2012: The Sid Year In Review

This has been a busy year for Sid. Let’s take a look back at some of the highlights in the Sid Year That Was. INESCAPABLE: Sid reunited with writer/director Ruba Nadda to film this movie in South Africa at the beginning of the year, followed by a world premiere at …

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Happy Holidays!

Merry Christmas! Season’s Greetings! Feliz Navidad! We wanted to take a minute to wish all of you who visit SidCity.net a very happy holiday and share the little video we made with greetings for Sid. Enjoy!

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MAY IN THE SUMMER To Open Sundance Film Festival

The lineup for the prestigious Sundance Film Festival was announced today, and May in the Summer is not only an official selection but has been honored with opening the festival. The film, which co-stars Alexander Siddig, is one of 16 entries chosen to be showcased at Sundance, out of more than …

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Happy Birthday, Siddig!

They say it’s your birthday… On this day 47 years ago, the lovely Siddig came into the world. Please join us in celebrating Sid’s birthday by leaving a comment below for the man of the day. I’ll start things off: Roses are red, Violets are blue, Most poems rhyme, Happy …

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FALCON: New Crime Series Airs November 15 on Sky

Falcon, the new crime series from Sky Atlantic, premieres Thursday, November 15 at 10PM in the UK. As previously reported, Sid co-stars as Julio Menendez in the first series, Falcón: The Blind Man of Seville. Sid’s character is shrouded in mystery, to the extent that promotional photos couldn’t be released without spoiling …

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