Olivia Deeble Biography
(Australian Actress Known for Her TV Series: ‘Little Lunch’ and ‘Home and Away’)
Birthday: August 4, 2002 (Leo)
Born In: Balwyn, Australia
Olivia Deeble is an Australian actress born in a family with a rich legacy in acting. She is a granddaughter of Reg Gorman and Judith Roberts, and the daughter of the popular actress Kate Gorman. Deeble is best known for portraying the character of ‘Raffy Morrison’ in the Australian television soap opera ‘Home and Away’. She also appeared as an athlete named ‘Tamara’ in the Australian children's mockumentary comedy television series ‘Little Lunch’ for two years. During her early career, Deeble appeared in a number of short films, the first of which was Catriona Warren’s comedy short film ‘Roar!’ The other short films in which she made appearances were Klayton Stainer’s ‘I Remember the Future’ and Kristin Sargent’s ‘Go Fish.’ All of these movies were critically acclaimed. She has also appeared in the television series ‘Creative Kids’.