Olive Gray is an English actress who is best known for portraying Mia Stone in the children’s television series Half-Moon Investigations and Bernadette Logan in EastEnders. In 2018, Olive Gray appeared in the film ‘Teen Spirit’ where she played the role of Lisa. She also starred in the 2020 film ‘Sulphur and White’ as Zara. She was part of a short film called ‘Double Tap’ where she portrayed the character Rose Amber.
Olive Gray Age, Height & Weight
Olive Gray age is 29 years old, as of 2024. She stands at a height of 5 feet 1 inches tall (1.57 m). Beautiful actress weighs around 55 Kg or 121 lbs. She was born to parents Carrie Grant and David Grant. They have three siblings named, Tylan, Arlo and Nathan.
How Much Is The Net Worth of Olive Gray?
Olive Gray’s net worth is estimated to be $6 Million to $8 Million. She has appeared in various television shows and films. In 2006, she played the role of Alice in the TV series ‘The Story of Tracy Beaker’. She then went on to appear in the popular soap opera ‘EastEnders’ as Bernadette from 2007 to 2008.
In 2009, Gray starred as Mia Stone in the TV show ‘Half Moon Investigations’. She has had roles in shows like Uncle, Year Million and Home from Home.
Gray gained recognition for her performances in the drama series “Save Me” from 2018 to 2020 and in “Sex Education” and “Dark Money” in 2019. She is playing Commander Miranda Keyes in the TV series ‘Halo’ which began airing in 2022.
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Olive Gray is queer and non-binary, using they/them. They have spoken and participated in many panel discussions about LGBTQ+ rights and equality. Many in the community have been motivated by Gray’s self-discovery and acceptance to live genuinely.
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Olive Gray Career
Olive Gray shared her career experience with her fans on Instagram which read as, ‘I remember first hearing Benjamin Zephaniah’s poetry when my dad would read me talking turkeys as a child. I was hooked! In primary school I became obsessed with writing poetry. I relished the days where the teacher would set us a poetry assignment, or where we would read poems aloud and Benjamin Zephaniah was one of the best.
Reading such funny, political, direct and impactful poems written by a British Caribbean person and spoken with the accent I’d heard my family speaking with was mind blowing. He was a core figure in shaping my creative identity.
Benjamin Zephaniah used his voice both inside and outside of his poetry to speak out against injustice, empire, war, corruption, genocide and colonisation, he spoke about our innate responsibility to be active participants in the world we want to be living in and he uplifted marginalised people throughout his life. The world is a better place for having had Benjamin Zephaniah in it and his messaging is as true and vital now as it’s ever been. Rest in peace Benjamin Zephaniah may we continue the fight to actualise a world as fair, just and kind as he worked for ♡.’