Oliver William isn’t a popular name on the media platforms, but you might be familiar with his mother: Olivia D’Abo (pronounced as Dah-bo). Oliver’s mother is an actress and a singer best known for her roles as Karen Arnold, the teenage hippie sister of Arnold in ABC’s The Wonder Years, Marie Blake on The Single Guy, and Jane Porter in The Legend of Tarzan. She appeared in films like Conan the Destroyer and Bank Robber. So, how old is Oliver William D’Abo? Keep on reading to find out.
Oliver William D’Abo Bio
Oliver William D’Abo was born on 11 November 1995, making him 26 years old as of 2022. His dad’s identity remains a mystery, but after his mother married Patrick Leonard in 2002, he cared for Oliver like his son. Unfortunately, the couple separated and divorced in 2012. Despite her fame, Olivia D’Abo has kept her son and his personal life well hidden from the public eye. Does Oliver have any siblings? Yes, he does.
Oliver William D’Abo Siblings
Oliver is one of Olivia’s four children; he has three half-siblings. They include sister Jessie Leonard and brothers Sean Leonard and Jordan Leonard.
Oliver William D’Abo’s Parents
Since little is known about Oliver’s father, we will shift the focus to his mother, who is multi-talented at singing, playing instruments, and acting.
Olivia D’Abo was born in London, England, on 22 January 1969to Maggie London and Mike D’Abo. Her mother was a model and actress active in the ‘60s, and her father was a singer and member of the musical group Manfred Mann in the ‘60s. Her siblings include Ben, Bruno, Ella, and Louis. She attended Loz Feliz Hills School in Los Angeles and later enrolled at Pacoima Junior High School in Pacoima, Los Angeles.
Olivia’s debut in acting was a supporting role of Princess Jehnna in Conan the Destroyer (1984). She appeared in another supporting role of Paloma in Bolero the same year. Olivia played Karen Arnold in the ABC comedy-drama The Wonder Years for its first four seasons from 1988 to 1991. She later guest starred in the show’s final two seasons. Olivia also guest-starred in an episode of Star Trek: The Next Generation as Amanda Rogers.
Olivia played the recurring villain, Nicole Wallace, in NBC’s Law & Order: Criminal Intent. In 2007, she played Abby Carter in two episodes of Eureka. Her other supporting roles in television are in films like Greedy, The Big Gren, The Twilight Zone, and The Spirit of ’76. She voiced animations such as Sonya Blade in Mortal Kombat: Defenders of The Realm, Batman Beyond, Justice League, Invader Zim, Star Wars: The Clone Wars, and Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker.
Olivia has composed and performed numerous soundtracks as a singer-songwriter, pianist, and guitarist. Her debut album in 2008 was Not TV, and her single Broken is featured in the film Loving Annabelle.
Olivia D’Abo was formerly engaged to singer Julian Lennon until 1992. She was again engaged to actor Thomas Jane in 1998 after working closely on several projects. The couple called off the engagement in 2001. Olivia then met and married songwriter and music producer Patrick Leonard in 2002. They divorced in 2012.
Being the son of a prominent Hollywood star, Oliver and his mother have done an amazing job of keeping him away from the cameras.