Olivia Chenery is an English actress who is very famous for her portrayal in the movie Brotherhood as Sariya. Also, she is known for her work in Penny Dreadful, Beowulf: Return to the Shieldlands, Queens.
Short-Bio Of Olivia Chenery
Olivia Chenery was born under the birth sign Pisces on March 11, 1989, in England, the United Kingdom to father Julian Chenery while the name of her mother is missing. She is of English nationality while her ethnicity is unknown.
In a Marital Relationship: Who Is Her Husband?
The 31 years old actress is in a marital relationship with husband Chris Grierson who is a presenter and producer at Crystal Palace F.C. They shared the wedding vows on July 6, 2019, after several years of their dating relationship.
As per the sources, the pair started dating dating each other since 2012 and after seven years of romantic love life, they got married.
The pair who has recently celebrated one year of wedding anniversary is enjoying their life fully. We can see lots of pictures of them which has flaunted their healthy love life.
How Much Is Her Net Worth? Also Career In Detail!!!
Olivia Chenery has a net worth of around $500 thousand as of 2020 from around a dozen acting credit in her name. As an actress, she might be getting paid around $56000 per annum as her salary.
While talking about her professional career, she started her acting journey in the year 2008 with her appearance in the short movie named Flushed as Mean Girl 1. After that in 2011, she was seen in the short movie Penguin as Rachel.
In 2012, she appeared on her own TV series documentary How We Invented the World. The following year, she was cast in the television series Family Tree for few episodes. After this, she was seen in TV and movie projects such as The Interceptor, The Anomaly, and Legacy.
Her career got huge limelight after she was cast in the horror drama series Penny Dreadful as Witch 2. In the series, she has shared screen alongside Danny Sapani, Eva Green, Josh Hartnett, Reeve Carney, Timothy Dalton, among others.
Some of her works include Silent Witness, 10×10, Beowulf: Return to the Shieldlands, Playing Dead, Endeavour.