Oliver Park is an award-winning British actor, born and raised in Bath, England. Oliver started in stage acting at Bath's Theatre Royal and went on to receive training at several institutions including The Poor School, Gest Chapter Arts and ITV. Alongside his acting career, Oliver was also awarded a degree in Architecture (BSc).
Oliver went on to achieve lead roles in music videos, TV, numerous short films and several feature films including the multi-award winning 'Shank'. As a result of this performance, the production team behind the film, Bonne Idee Productions, wrote parts especially for Oliver in their two follow-up productions - "Release" and "Buffering", both of which went on to secure US and UK distribution on DVD, as well as critical acclaim from festivals around the world.
More recently Oliver has had lead roles in a number of films including Neil Oseman’s ‘Stop/Eject’, which was shortlisted for BAFTA 2015, Simon Pearce's 'Watch Over Me' (Winner of 'Best Action Short' (New York 2014) and 'Platinum Remi' for best drama (Houston 2015)), Jack Searle’s ‘Fratton’, Darren Flaxstone’s ‘Dark Vision’ and Devon Avery's French Action/Drama 'Synced'.
Shooting French Action/Drama 'Synced' in Scotland and Japan
Wrapped on Guy Ritchie's 'King Arthur' as one of the Knights of the Round Table
Watch Over Me wins 'Platinum Remi Award' for best original drama at Worldfest, Houston
That's a wrap on horror feature 'Gatehouse'
Stop/Eject shortlisted for BAFTA 2015!
Watch Over Me wins 'Best Action' award at the Buffalo Film Festival, New York