Olivia Deeble

Olivia Deeble

actress, writer, producer

Olivia Deeble was born on Aug 04, 2002 in Australia. Olivia Deeble's big-screen debut came with You and Your Stupid Mate directed by Marc Gracie in 2005. Olivia Deeble is known for More Than This directed by Kate Gorman, Olivia Deeble stars as Charlotte and Kamil Ellis as Alex. Olivia Deeble has got 3 awards and 3 nominations so far. The most recent award Olivia Deeble achieved is Chicago International Children's Film Festival. The upcoming new tvshow Olivia Deeble plays is More Than This - Season 1 which will be released on Mar 04, 2022.

Olivia Deeble was born into an Australian acting dynasty, granddaughter of Reg Gorman and Judith Roberts, and daughter of Kate Gorman. After appearing in a few award winning short films, at age 12 she got her first lead role in the multi-award winning kids TV series Little Lunch (2015) playing sporty, bossy and lovable Tamara Noodle. A year later at age 13 she won the role of Raffy Morrison in the long running, much loved series, Home and Away (1988). Olivia had to move from Melbourne to Sydney to commence her 3 year contract; she made her first appearance on air on the 19th of September 2016. During her first couple of months filming she had to also film the Little Lunch specials, filming split weeks in Melbourne and Sydney on the 2 shows. In 2018 she won a Kids' Choice Award for ' Favourite Rising Star'. In April 2019, 4 days after finishing her Home and Away contract, Olivia flew to Canada to commence filming the Disney+ film, Secret Society of Second Born Royals, starring as Princess Roxana. During the Melbourne lockdowns in 2020 and while completing her last year of high school, Olivia wrote the teen drama series More Than This. Filming commenced in 2021, Olivia as well as being the creator/writer also played the lead role of Charlotte, the series aired on Paramount + Australia in March 2022.

  • Birthday

    Aug 04, 2002
  • Place of Birth

    Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
  • Also known


Known For


3 wins & 3 nominations

Chicago International Children's Film Festival
Best Live Action Television
Winner - Youth Jury Award
Best Live-Action TV
Winner - Youth Jury Award
Kids' Choice Awards, Australia
Favorite Rising Star
Winner - Blimp Award

Movies & TV Shows

TV Shows