Louise trained as an actor in theatre, film & television at the New York Conservatory for Dramatic Arts.
She can most recently be seen in Season 4 of Outlander as Prudence Forbes.
"Oliver delivers an intelligent, textured performance as the one woman who should have known better" - Peter Danish (Broadway World) on Some Girl(s).
"Louise Oliver as Van’s Sister was quite wonderful. Nieto and Oliver’s chemistry and timing brought some of the biggest laughs". · Michael Block (Theater in the Now) on Dog Sees God.
|Accents & Dialects:|
(* = native)
|American-California, American-East Coast, American-Midwest, American-New York, American-Southern States, American-Standard, Australian, Canadian, Central Scottish, Cockney, Edinburgh, English-Standard, Fife, Glasgow*, Liverpool, RP, Scottish-Standard|
|Music & Dance:|
(* = highly skilled)
|A Cappella, Alto, Cabaret Singing, Jazz Singing, Pop Singing, Rock Singing|
|Performance:||Actor-Singer, Comedy, Compere, Interactive Performance, Meisner Technique, Musical Comedy, Musical Theatre, Stand-up Comic, Verbatim Theatre, Voice Acting, Voice Over|
|Other Skills:||Assistant Director (experienced), Assistant Stage Manager (ASM), Barista (experienced), Bartender, Blogger, Event Management (experienced), Fire Breathing, Fire Dancing, Fire Eater, Fire Fan, Producer (professional), Project Manager (experienced), Workshop Leader (Acting), Writer|
|Vocal Range:||C3 to G5|
New York Conservatory for Dramatic Arts, Acting for Film, Theatre and Television, Associate Degree in
Occupational Studies, 2 years, 2013 - 2015.
University of Glasgow, Masters Degree, Theatre Studies, 4 years, 2002 - 2006
Voice Training and Vocal Technique in Musical Theatre with Leslie Giammanco (PACE University, NYC) - 1 year, 2014 - 2015
Private tuition in Audition Technique with Neal Lerner (YALE, NYC) - 1 year, 2014 - 2015
Shakespeare's Globe, Globe Education, Summer Course, 2016 (Course Director: Dickon Tyrrell)