Acton Schoolgirl Features in Hit Netflix Series

Olivia Brown plays a young witch in fantasy drama

Olivia (far left) appearing in the series

A schoolgirl from Acton is currently featuring in a new fantasy drama that has recently been released on Netflix.

Olivia Brown, who is in Year 6 at a local primary, plays the part of a young witch in "The Bastard Son and The Devil Himself" which is based on the book Half Bad by Sally Green.

It was released on the streaming platform and the end of October and has received favourable reviews. Olivia appears alongside Jay Lycurgo, and Paul Ready.

She is thrilled about her debut role, in which she plays a character called Lucy in a story which has twists and turns that you do not see coming including for Olivia’s part.

She wanted to do acting so signed with a local agency and landed her first role on this Netflix series. Olivia loved being on set and is excited for future roles she may be cast in.

She says she is excited about this new career path in acting and is eager to learn from her fellow co-workers and colleagues. Olivia loved being on set and is excited for future roles she may be cast in.

Olivia Brown
Olivia Brown

Olivia was raised in London by her French mother and British father, along with her two sisters, spending her summers in France which helped her perfect the language which fortunately came in handy for her role in the series.

She loves spending time with her dog Daisy and creating dance videos with her friends. Her favourite foods are sushi and pasta, she also enjoys listening to Dua Lipa.

She also does swimming with Everyone Active, ballet, tap and modern with Acton Ballet School and plays tennis at Ealing Lawn Tennis Club.

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November 16, 2022