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Travis Oliver

Last updated 27 July 2014

Travis Oliver
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Travis Oliver


Travis Oliver is a British actor.

He was born in Belgium, but grew up near Farnham, Surrey, where he attended Frensham Heights School, at the same time as fellow actors Hattie MorahanTobias Menzies and Jim Sturgess. However, it wasn't until after gaining a degree in Economics from University College London that he began to pursue acting, training at Drama Studio London.

His first television role was as Jake McQueen in the BBC series Doctors. He has since gone on to appear in programmes such as Holby CityFootballers' Wives: Extra Time, the BBC's 2004 adaptation of North & South, and the Doctor Who episode "Gridlock" as Milo.

At the 2006 Edinburgh Fringe Festival, he played the title character in the Fringe First nominated one-man show, Diamond Johnny Ray, by Cathianne Hall.

2009 saw his first appearance in a major feature film, playing the American actor John Hoyt in Me and Orson Welles, directed by Richard Linklater.

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