Olivia Levine is an NYC based actor, comedian and turkey bacon enthusiast. Originally from San Francisco, Olivia came to New York to attend Barnard College and quickly realized she was a huge lesbian with a penchant for femme-y ladies with strong jawlines (so women that look like her!). She then joined her college sketch group and became one of the founding members of Barnard’s all female improv group, Control Top. Her junior year she went abroad to study Shakespeare at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art (RADA) and learned that Brits really DO eat potatoes with every meal! After college, Olivia trained at UCB and is currently in their Advanced Study program. She recently graduated from The Studio/NY's nine month conservatory program here in New York City. You can catch her in her monthly comedy show at The Stonewall Inn called I THINK WE'RE ALONE NOW, with her comedy partner, Colette McIntyre. Recent theatre credits include Rachael in Branden Jacobs-Jenkins' APPROPRIATE, Fanny Dashwood in Kate Hamil's adaptation of SENSE AND SENSIBILITY and Minnie in the world premiere or Rae Mariah MacCarthy’s HONORS STUDENTS at The Wild Project. Olivia can also be seen uttering a single but CRUCIAL (according to her father) line in minute 32 of the 2016 film TALLULAH opposite Allison Janney.