Oliver has worked as a theatre actor for over seventeen years, leading companies in London's West End, throughout the UK and across America.  Career highlights include recreating the role of Frank-N-Furter in Christopher Luscombe's 40th Anniversary production of The Rocky Horror show, revising the role of King Arthur in David Lee's chamber production of Camelot and shaking his groove thing as the original Adam/Felicia in Priscilla Queen Of The Desert - The Musical.

"It's rather scandalous; I've been slumming it with the gypsies in one of those outrageous houses of musical entertainment.  Be a dear and don't tell Mother, she'll have one of her episodes if she finds out."

THE BYGONE BRIT

AGENT INFORMATION

For enquires relating to stage, television, motion picture and voice over work:

US - steven@brsgage.com

UK - caroline@felixdewolfe.com

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'The contemplation of beauty and art is a lamentable obsession which consumes my every ghastly waking hour.  Apart from when I'm on the croquet lawn drinking Mr. Evan's homemade gooseberry wine, of course, then I'm positively euphoric And whilst I'm at it, drowning in cocktails at The Ritz and dear old Lizzy HRH's garden parties; Well, they're simply marvellous too!  Oh, and did I mention those scandalous scavenger hunts through Bloomsbury Square?  We laugh until our sides are sore over the utter delirium of being alive, it's quite the gas.  But every other waking moment, ghastly."

THE BYGONE BRIT