• Luisa D'Oliveira is a Canadian actress best known for her role as Emori in the TV series "The 100" (2015-2020)
• She is of mixed ancestry, with Chinese, Portuguese, French, Irish and Scottish descent
• She started her acting career in the short film "The Vent" (2007)
• She rose to prominence in 2012 with the film "50/50" and the TV series "Cracked"
• She has been praised for her hard work and has received several award nominations for her work in "Motive" and "Cracked"


Who is Luisa D’Oliveira?

Luisa D’Oliveira is a Canadian actress, who is best known to the world as Emori in the TV sci-fi mystery series “The 100” (2015-2020). She introduced herself to the world years prior, as Detective Poppy Wisnefski in the crime-mystery series “Cracked” (2013), among numerous other roles in her career.

Luisa D’Oliveira Wiki- Age, Childhood, and Education

Luisa D’Oliveira was born on the 6th October 1986, in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada; she is of mixed ancestry, as she is of Chinese, Portuguese, French, Irish and Scottish descent.

She was brought up a Catholic, but as she got older she stopped going to church, and doesn’t consider herself a practicing Catholic anymore. She is not the only child as she has a brother, Nate D’Oliveira. She was interested in acting from childhood, and began appearing in local theater plays even before high school. After matriculating she enrolled at Capilano University, where she appeared in a number of student films. Although she attended science classes at the university, she soon turned to acting, and said that science wasn’t creative enough for her, and focused entirely on acting. She eventually graduated with a bachelor’s degree in arts.

Career Beginnings

Luisa was 21 years old when her career began, cast in the role of Elizabeth in the short film “The Vent” (2007). She continued her career with one-time appearances in several TV series, such as “Supernatural” (2008), and “The Guard” (2008). The following year she secured a minor role in the action-adventure film “Storm Seekers”, starring Daryl Hannah, Dylan Neal and Barclay Hope, and also appeared in the mystery thriller film “Stranger with My Face”, with Catherine Hicks, Alexz Johnson and Andrew Francis in the lead roles.

Luisa D Oliveira

In the next two years, Luisa was building a name for herself in television films and series, and was also the Aphrodite Girl in the film “Percy Jackson & the Olympians: The Lightning Thief”, which starred Logan Lerman and Alexandra Daddario. Her career turned for the better in 2011, when she acquired the role of Agabelle Loogenburgen in the romantic comedy film “50/50”, starring Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Seth Rogen and Anna Kendrick. Although it was a minor role, the film became popular, and Luisa also received praise.

Rise to Prominence

The following year was a turning point; she first secured a supporting role in the television movie “The Selection”, with Aimee Teegarden, Lara Jean Chorostecki and William Moseley portraying the main characters, and then was announced as Detective Poppy Wisnefski in the new crime-thriller series “Cracked”; for 21 episodes she shared the screen with David Sutcliffe and Dayo Ade before the show was canceled. Nevertheless, it wasn’t long before she found a new long-term engagement, and it turned out to be the role of her career.

In 2015 she was selected as Emori in the new sci-fi mystery series “The 100”, and joined its cast including Eliza Taylor, Bob Morley and Marie Avgeropoulos, among other stars. So far she has appeared in 39 episodes of the Primetime Emmy Award-nominated series, which has launched her to stardom.

Concurrently since 2015, Luisa has worked on several other projects, including the TV crime-mystery series “Motive”, in which she portrayed Maria Snow in nine episodes, then she was Patty in the television movie “Love on the Sidelines” (2016), starring Emily Kinney, John Reardon, and Hayley Sales, and the same year had the role of Amy Welch in the fourth and ultimate season of the SyFy fantasy horror series “Channel Zero”, before this one also saw its abrupt end.

Most recently, Luisa had a double role in the fantasy series “Supergirl” (2019), and also appeared in “The Twilight Zone” (2019).

Luisa D’Oliveira Net Worth, Height, Weight, and Appearance

Luisa’s name has started appearing in more popular projects, and as a result her net worth has soared in the last couple of years. According to sources, Luisa’s wealth is estimated to be around $6 million, as of mid- 2020.

Luisa stands at 5ft 5ins (1.65m) tall, but her weight and other vital statistics are unknown. She has brown eyes and dark brown hair.

Luisa D’Oliveira Personal Life, Dating, Marriage, Husband?

Luisa isn’t married, but she is taken.

For years, she has been in a relationship with musician Jez Bonham, and has used her own popularity to promote her boyfriend’s talents. Back in 2019, she shared one of his songs on her Twitter account. Furthermore, she has also shared videos of him performing from his EP release promotion on her Instagram page.

Luisa D’Oliveira News, Facts

After finishing college, she moved from Vancouver to Toronto in pursuit of an acting career, but she also said in an interview that she wanted to change her surroundings. Also, she has said that roles such as in “Cracked” come really naturally to her, as she feels as a detective and policewoman.

Luisa has also appeared on stage in the early years of her career, and said that she loves acting in theater, but that she has evolved since her last theater appearance, and that at this stage of life, she wouldn’t go back to the theater.

She has been praised for her hard work several times, including with the nomination for a 2016 Leo Award for her work on the TV series “Motive”, while for “Cracked”, she received a nomination for UBCP Award for Best Actress. Unfortunately, both awards slipped through her hands.

, Wikipedia

Write A Comment

Pin It