Oliver is the founder and Artistic Director of Les Enfants Terribles theatre Company and has worked extensively in theatre, film and television. As a writer Oliver is a published playwright and writes all the companies output; from ‘Immaculate’ to the multi award-winning ‘The Terrible Infants’.
He also writes for television having co-written the comedy series ‘FM’ for ITV2 in which he starred alongside Chris O’Dowd (IT Crowd) and Kevin Bishop (The Kevin Bishop show). He is currently working on a new series for BBC 2 called ‘Whites’ starring Alan Davies, Katherine Parkinson and Isy Suttie which will be airing later this year.
As an actor, Oliver has performed in numerous theatre productions from Eddy in Berkoff's 'Greek' at The Riverside Studios to Puck in 'A Midsummer Night's Dream' at Pendley Manor Shakespeare Festival. He has most recently been touring internationally with the company’s most recent shows ‘The Terrible Infants’ and ‘Ernest and the Pale Moon’. His film and television credits range from 'Holby City', 'FM' and 'EastEnders' to a variety of other television productions and short films. Oliver was recently named as on one of Broadcast magazines ‘Hotshots’, he was also listed by the stage as one of their ‘Ones to watch’ and won the ‘Multi-Talented Award’ in the 4Talent Awards run by Channel 4.