Oliver trained at Rose Bruford and was a Spotlight Prize Nominee in 2010.
His theatre credits include Milked at the Soho Theatre, Almost Near at the Finborough Theatre. He has worked for the BBC on EastEnders and on Doctors.
Oliver performed in the 2018 summer season at Theatre By The Lake, Keswick. He appeared in Rails, Single Spies and Sense and Sensibility. He recently finished performing in Crooked Dances at the RSC and has just completed filming one of the leading roles in the feature film Rubicon in Canada. Olly led in the West End production of The Play that Goes Wrong from 2022-23.
Reviews for Olly Mott in Crooked Dances
brilliantly played by Olly Mott.
One thing that cannot be faulted is the acting, which is very strong throughout, especially Olly Mott as the overly-gauche and clumsy photographer.
All four performances are excellent.. .Olly Mott gets the comic relief right and looks magnificently uncomfortable in polyester.
Director Elizabeth Freestone marshals her forces admirably, while the players – Jeany Spark, Olly Mott, Ruth Lass and Ben Onwukwe – work superbly as a team,
charmingly shallow photographer, Nick (Olly Mott).
the four actors – Jeany Spark, Olly Mott, Ruth Lass and Ben Onwukwe – actually all splendid.
Olly Mott and Jeany Spark have a delightful vivaciousness about them.
Oliver will be performing in Crooked Dances at the RSC 20 June – 13 July
Reviews in for the Summer Season at Theatre by the Lake
Reviews are in for Theatre by the Lake’s summer season, featuring Oliver Mott in The Rivals, Dial M For Murder and in Watch it, Sailor!
The press on Oliver Mott and the Theatre by the Lake summer season;
On Watch it, Sailor!
- “Oliver Mott and Helen Macfarlane anchor as the happy couple” 4 Stars, Stephen Longstaffe, The Stage
- “Albert (Oliver Mott) was impressive” Tracy Walker, Times and Star
- “The cast tacks deftly between characterisation and caricature” Clare Brennan, The Observer
- “Oliver Mott as anguished Albert and Laura Darrall as feisty bridesmaid Daphne both fizz” Mark Green, Cumbria Live
On Dial M for Murder
- “Oliver Mott’s ex-lover is chastely respectful” 4 Stars, Stephen Longstaffe, The Stage
- “Oliver Mott combines a stiff upper lip with desperate emotion” Mark Green, Cumbria Live
- “Mott gives a dramatic performance, and captures the hot undercurrent of passion” Maurice Chesworth, Cumbria 24
On The Rivals
- “Heather Phoenix and Oliver Mott as the servants provide an ironic perspective on the absurdities above stairs.” 4 stars, Stephen Longstaffe, The Stage
Oliver Mott in Summer Season at Theatre By The Lake, Keswick
Oliver is currently rehearsing for this year’s Summer Season at Theatre By The Lake, Keswick.
Oliver will appear in The Rivals directed by Ian Forrest, Dial M For Murder directed by Sarah Punshon, and Watch, It Sailor! directed by Ian Forrest.
The season begins May 27th 2016.