Who is Olivia Cooke?

Olivia Cooke is a well-known English actress and famous Media personality who is working actively on her acting career since the year 2012.

Quick Infos
Full NameOlivia Kate Cooke
Date of Birth27 December 1993
Birth PlaceOldham, Lancashire, England
Parent(s)John Cooke and Lindsy Wild
Net Worth$2 million

Personal Life and Relationship

Olivia Cooke, whose real name is Olivia Kate Cooke, was born on 27 December 1993 in Oldham, Lancashire, England as a daughter of a mother, Lindsy Wild, and father, John Cooke. Her father is a retired police officer where her mother is a sales representative. She has a younger sister as a sibling whose name is Eleanor.

Before, she was in a relationship with an American actor “Christopher Jacob Abbott” where they started dating in 2015 but later broke up in 2019; after that, she started dating Ben Hardy in 2019 and broke up in 2020. Since 2020 Olivia Cooke’s boyfriend is a Welsh actor “Jacob Ifan” and she is currently living in a relationship with him.

Nationality and Physical Stats

Olivia Cooke holds English Nationality and belongs to English ethnicity. Olivia Cooke’s age is 26 years old with a height of 5 feet 4 inches (1.66 m) and 54 kg. She had got the body measurements of 33-24-32 inches and had brown hair with dark brown eyes. As she was born on 27 September, her zodiac sign is Capricorn.

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Early Life and Education

Earlier, when she was in her childhood, her parents divorced, and from that time, she and her sister lived with her mother. For education, she joined Royton and Crompton Academy. She then went to attend Oldham Sixth Form College, where she had studied drama, but Olivia left her college after she plays into the three-part British television drama “Blackout.”

At the age of 8, she started her acting career after she attended the Oldham Theatre Workshop. When she turned 17, the Audience saw Olivia starring in Oldham Sixth Form College’s Production of “West Side Story” as Maria. After that, she was the lead role in “Prom: The Musical,” known as the remake of “Cinderella.”


Television Career

Cooke started her professional acting career after being cast as Meg Demoys on three episodes of the series “Blackout” in 2012. In the same year, she also played into the character Nancy Linnet on three episodes of a BBC television series, “The Secret of Crickley Hall,” which is on the 2006 supernatural thriller novel of the same name written by the British author James Herbert.

From 2013 to 2017, she played the leading role in 44 episodes of an American psychological horror drama television series, “Bates Motel.” After that, in 2015, she also provided her voice over the character Loch Ness Monster in an episode “Night Mission: The Extincter” of an American animated series “Axe Cop,” which was on the webcomic of the same name where the series was on the creation by Ethan Nicolle and Malachaii Nicolle.

In 2018, she played the leading role as Becky Sharp in 7 episodes of a historical drama miniseries “Vanity Fair.” After that, she appeared as Karla in 2 episodes of an American romantic comedy anthology, a web television series “Modern Love” in 2019.

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Film Career

Cooke started her film career after being cast as Ruby in a short movie, “Ruby’s Skin,” directed by Claire Tail in 2014. In the same year, she was also seen appearing as Jane Harper in a British supernatural horror movie, “The Quiet Ones,” and seen as Haley Peterson in an American science fiction thriller movie “The Signal,” which was directed by William Eubank. Later, she also cast as Laine Morris on Stiles White’s directed American supernatural horror movie “Ouija.”

Further, she played the role of Rachel Kushner in an American comedy-drama movie “Me and Earl and the Dying Girl,” directed by Alfonso Gomez, released in 2015. In 2016, she appeared as Lizzie Cree in a British horror-mystery movie, “The Limehouse Golem,” directed by Juan Carlos Medina. In that year, she also played the role of Katie in the drama movie “Katie Says Goodbye,” written and directed by Watne Roberts.

In the year 2017, she was cast as Amanda on an American dark comedy thriller movie “Thoroughbreds,” written and directed by Cory Finley. After that, she appeared as Samantha Cook and Artemis in an American science fiction action-adventure film “Ready Player One,” directed by Steven Spielberg and released in 2018. In the same years, she also appeared in a short movie, “Follow the Roses,” and was seen playing the role of Dylan Dempsey on an American drama movie, “Life Itself,” written co-produced, and directed by Dan Fogelman.

Later, she also appeared as Lou on an American drama movie, “Sound of Metal” in 2019, which was directed and co-written by Darius Marder. In 2020, she played Pixie Obrien character in a British comedy thriller movie “Pixie” directed by Barnaby Thompson. Further, she will be seen on an upcoming American science fiction drama movie “Little Fish” in 2021 and seen on an upcoming film “Naked Singularity.”


In her career, she had won the Eerie Horror Film Festival Awards for Best Actress for the movie “Ruby’s Skin” in 2014. After that, she became able to win Screen International Awards for UK Stars of Tomorrow in 2014. In 2017, she had won Manchester Film Festival Awards for Festival prize-Best Actress for the movie “Katie Says Goodbye.” Also, she won Newport Beach Film Festival Awards for Jury Award-Best Actress for the same film.

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Net Worth

The estimated net worth of Olivia Cooke is $2 million.