Oliver Castillo
Actor, Singer
CAEA
“Oliver is an exciting emerging talent. He brings an honesty and maturity to his work that is unlike most at his age. He is a thoughtful actor – he makes smart, bold choices – and has a voice that you could listen to for days. I love working with Oliver – always happy to be in the room, always ready to do the work.”
– Julie Tomaino, Choreographer/ Director

Having spent his teenage years in Chilliwack, Oliver moved back to Vancouver to further his studies in the Musical Theatre program at Capilano University. After three years of training in acting, singing and dancing, Oliver went on to complete his fourth year to receive a Bachelor in Performing Arts.

Since his professional debut at the Arts Club Theatre Company in 2015, Oliver has continued to work in the community with companies such as Gateway Theatre, Carousel Theatre for Young People and Chemainus Theatre Festival to name a few. He has gone on to win a Jessie Richardson award for his role in Raincity Theatre’s production of Sweeney Todd, and has also been nominated previously for his leading role in The Arts Club’s Hand To God.

When away from performing, Oliver has found a love and skill in building puppets and looks to developing his puppet building business, Borzboy Puppets.