Olivia Alexandra Nita was born and raised in Bucharest, Romania. She started studying violin at the age of six and continued for twelve years until she graduated "George Enescu" Music High School in 2006. At the age of eleven she was cast in the play "A Lost Letter" ("O Scrisoare Pierduta") at the National Theatre in Bucharest next to big names of the Romanian Theatre and directed by the critically acclaimed Alexandru Tocilescu, for which she gathered great reviews. When she was fifteen she started working for Prima TV Channel, in the popular and successful Tv Show "Cronica Carcotasilor" ("The Grumpy Chronicles") for three years until 2006 when she was admitted at the Acting program at the National University of Theatre and Film "I.L.Caragiale" (U.N.A.T.C.) until 2008 when she transferred in United Kingdom and graduated BA Hons Degree in Acting. While she was in University she worked for the Acasa Tv Channel in the soap opera "Daria, My Love", The ScyFy Channel production "Hellhounds" directed by Ricky Schroeder, "Radu+Ana" short film and several theatre productions as "The Whale Hunt", "The Statue of Liberty", Three Sisters", "The House of Bernarda Alba". After graduating Bachelor Degree in United Kingdom she returned in Romania where she did an MA in Acting, followed by Mandragora Movies Academy classes where she studied Ivanna Chubbuck Technique with Franz Turner and David Lipper.