Olivia Deeble Biography

Olivia Deeble is an Australian actress known for her role in the series 'Little Lunch.' Check out this biography to know about her birthday, childhood, family life, achievements and fun facts about her.

Olivia Deeble
Quick Facts

Birthday: August 4, 2002

Nationality: Australian

Famous: Actresses Australian Women

Age: 16 Years, 16 Year Old Females

Sun Sign: Leo

Born in: Australia

Famous as: Actress

Height: 5'5" (165 cm), 5'5" Females

Family:

father: Matthew Deeble

mother: Kate Gorman

siblings: Ewen Deeble, Matilda Deeble

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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’.

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Olivia Deeble
Career
  • Olivia Deeble’s mother Kate Gorman was good friends with Marc Gracie, the director of the film ‘You and Your Stupid Mate’. Gorman requested Gracie to let Olivia appear in his film and he agreed. Deeble was just two-and-a-half years old at that time when she was cast in the role of Karen’s (Rachel Hunter’s character) fifth daughter. She then went on to appear in some critically acclaimed short films during the early part of her career. She appeared in the 2013 short comedy flick ‘Roar!’, a directorial venture by Catriona Warren. She appeared alongside Sophie Black, Alannah Coghlan, and Jackson Daniel, playing the character of a young girl.
  • In 2014, she appeared as ‘Jackie Burns’ in the science fiction short drama film ‘I Remember the Future’. The film won five awards, including a California Film Award for Best Foreign Short. She also appeared in Kristin Sargent’s directorial family drama short film ‘Go Fish’. The film also had other actors like Flynn Curry, Shane Jacobson, and Grace Rosebirch.
  • In 2015, Deeble was picked for the role of ‘Tamara’, an athlete with great expertise on monkey bars, in the Australian television series ‘Little Lunch’. She was cast alongside Joshua Sitch, Flynn Curry, Madison Lu, Faith Sec, Oisín O'Leary, and Heidi Arena. The show ran for two seasons (a total of 28 episodes) on ABC ME.
  • In 2016, she started appearing in the regular role of ‘Raffy Morrison’ in the Australian television soap opera ‘Home and Away’. She appeared in the show till 2018, in a total of 178 episodes. The show gave her the chance to star with a long list of popular actors, including Ray Meagher, Lynne McGranger, Ada Nicodemou, Emily Symons, and Shane Withington. The series has won 46 Logie Awards and has also been inducted into the Logie Hall of Fame.
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Personal Life
  • Olivia Deeble was born in Australia on August 4, 2002, to Australian actress Kate Gorman and Matthew Deeble. She is the granddaughter of the legendary Australian actors Reg Gorman and Judith Roberts. Deeble grew up along with her two siblings, Ewen Deeble and Matilda Deeble.
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- September 21, 2018
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