BIO: Hi! I’m Olivia Killingsworth, a New York-based actor and singer working in stage, film, and television. A “little firecracker with a big bang”, I’m known for delivering performances that pack a significant punch — emotionally, intellectually, spiritually, comically. I live to find the truth in made-up stories.
I’ve been fortunate enough to do this on many fine stages in New York and Los Angeles, including the Kirk Douglas Theater and the Obie award-winning Metropolitan Playhouse, as well as in independent short and feature films. I also co-produced and starred in a short film called “The Mall”, which premiered at the Woods Hole Film Festival.
I’ve been called “impressive” by the New York Times, “talented” by the Hollywood Reporter, and I’ve trained at Occidental College, British American Drama Academy, Larry Moss Studio, and T. Schreiber Studio.
I grew up in Boston, Paris, and Palo Alto, and come from a multicultural (Mexican-American) family. When I’m not working on stage or on set, you’ll likely find me meditating, doing the New York Times crossword puzzle, or geeking out about something geeky.