Olivia Head
Olivia Head - Teacher of Acting

Olivia trained at Susan Roberts Academy from the ages of 5-19 years-old where she took classes in acting, singing, musical theatre, and dance. She continued her vocational training at Italia Conti in Guildford before deciding to specialise as an actress. She completed a three-year intensive course in Acting at Academy of Performance Training, achieving a Level 4 Diploma in Speech, Drama and Performing from Trinity College London. 

Olivia has been in a great number of plays, but most notably: Blanche in A Streetcar Named Desire at St Patrick’s Church in Wapping; Electra in Electra at APT School in Guildford; Fran in Wasted at APT School in Guildford; Nora in A Doll’s House at Stoke Pub in Guildford; and one-woman show, ‘Girls and Boys’ at the Tea House Theatre in Vauxhall. Concerts include A Voice in a Million at Wembley Arena in London.

Whilst Olivia has an impressive stage repertoire, she has also appeared on-screen. Appearances include the Domino’s advert filmed in 2017; lead role in short online series, Still Waters; actress in short-film, The Storm; and Victoria (lead) in NTFS graduate film, Seahorse - the short comedy is rated 7.3/10 on IMDB and features high profile actors such as Sally Phillips and Robert Portal. 

Olivia now works as the Acting Teacher for all of the drama classes at SRA as well as Musical Theatre Director for SRA’s Musical Production class.