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Travis Oliver (born 18 March) is a British actor. He is possibly best known for his role as Oliver Ryan in the ITV series Footballers' Wives: Extra Time between 2005 and 2006. He's also made appearances in BBC's Doctor Who (2007) and the film Lesbian Vampire Killers (2009).
He was born in Belgium, but grew up near Farnham, Surrey, where he attended Frensham Heights School, at the same time as fellow actors Hattie Morahan, Tobias Menzies, Rufus Hound and Jim Sturgess. However, it wasn't until after gaining a degree in Economics from University College London that he began to pursue acting, training at Drama Studio London.
His first television role was as Jake McQueen in the BBC series Doctors. He has since gone on to appear in programmes such as Holby City, Footballers' Wives: Extra Time, the BBC's 2004 adaptation of North & South, and the Doctor Who episode "Gridlock" as Milo.
At the 2006 Edinburgh Fringe Festival, he played the title character in the Fringe First nominated one-man show, Diamond Johnny Ray, by Cathianne Hall.
In 2015 he returned to the world of Doctor Who playing Chris Cwej, companion of the Seventh Doctor, in the Big Finish adaptation of Russell T Davies' Virgin New Adventures novel Damaged Goods.
|2003||Unbelievably British||Hugh||Short film|
|2004||Soldiers: Heroes of World War II||American soldier||Video game|
|2004||North & South||Capt. Maxwell Lennox||3 episodes|
|2004||Holby City||Martin Kerman||1 episode: 'playing with fire'|
|Footballers' Wives: Extra Time||Oliver Ryan||Series regular|
|2007||Everything to Dance For||Mark|
|2007||Doctor Who||Milo||1 episode: 'Gridlock'|
|2008||The Last Enemy||Eleanor's Husband||TV mini-series|
|2008||Hotel Babylon||Giles Hamilton||Episode 3.2|
|2008||Me and Orson Welles||John Hoyt|
|2009||Lesbian Vampire Killers||Steve|
|2009||Enid||Army officer||TV film|
|2009||Comedy Showcase||Frank||1 episode: 'The Amazing Dermot'|
|2010||Casualty||James Molloy||3 episodes|
|2010||Don't Call Back||Wilson||Completed|
|2012||Cardinal Burns||Nate||1 episode|
|2015||A Doll's House||Pre-production|
|2017||For the Love of George||David||Post-production|
|2017||Het Tweede Gelaat||Cody||Filming|
- Core MGMT [@coremgmtuk] (20 March 2014). "Gosh, it's birthday week here at Core! Travis Oliver yesterday, @MatthewLeitch today and Belle McLaren tomorrow! BIG FAT HAPPY BIRTHDAYS!" (Tweet) – via Twitter.
- Interviews: Travis Oliver (series 1) ITV. Retrieved on 29 December 2010