Olivia Marei, born in Germany and raised in Austria, first performed on stage in Austria's biggest musical theatre Raimundtheater where she sang and danced in the children's choir for Andrew Lloyd Webber's musical "Joseph".

At the age of 13 Olivia played a leading part of the popular TV series "Tom Turbo" for more than 2 years and besides that participated in several other TV shows, movies and commercials in Austria. While living in the States for 6 months, she enrolled in two acting courses and got two awards, one of them for best supporting actress in her school play.

When moving to Singapore in July 2007 she immediately joined 'SRT - Young Company' and later on performed on stage of the DBS Arts Centre in Shakespeare's "Love's Labours Lost"(2008) and in Miller's "The Crucible" (2009) in which she portrayed the character of Elizabeth Proctor. Besides that she also took part in some projects such as commercials and played the leading part in an independent feature film ("Wish and Desire" by Santu Roy).

Having done a foundation year in Drama at LASALLE in Singapore, she recently also completed the BA (Hons) in Acting at the Academy of Live and Recorded Arts (ALRA) in London.

Olivia is now based in Berlin with living possibilities in Vienna, London and Singapore.