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Olivia Faye (I)

Olivia Faye, born Olivia Faye Floyd, was born on New Year's Eve, 1996 in Louisville, Kentucky, home of the famous Kentucky Derby. The youngest of three siblings of Robin and Kamille Floyd, the family moved to Martin, Tennessee and later settled in Murray, Kentucky. Olivia was active in community theatre and at the age of 12 began performing in the... See full bio »
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Hello Herman
Hello Herman Marsha Dixon
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 2012 Hello Herman
Marsha Dixon
 2011 Love in the Time of Flannel (Short)
PE Girl (as Olivia Floyd)
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 2014 No Actors Allowed (Short) (musician)
 2012 Hello Herman (musician)
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 2013 TinaQ's Celebrity Interviews (TV Series)
 2011 Icon News (TV Series)
Herself - Red Carpet Guest
- I'm Not Pedro (2011) ... Herself - Red Carpet Guest

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