Olivia Muscat

Actor, Children’s Literature, Facilitator, Fiction, Memoir, Non-fiction, Performer, Singer, Speaker, Voice Artist, Writer
  • Pronouns: She/Her
  • Location: Melbourne
  • Age Range: 25 – 35
  • Hair Colour: Dark brown
  • Vocal Range: Mezzo Soprano


Olivia Muscat is a writer, critic, actor and singer. Her writing has featured in several anthologies and on various places around the internet including Kill Your Darlings, The Saturday Paper and Refinery-29. She has been featured at several writers’ festivals around Australia. She won an Arts Access Victoria Lesley Hall scholarship in 2020 and was runner up in the Kill Your Darlings new critic award in 2021. In 2022 she was awarded a Wheeler Centre Hot Desk Fellowship and a Varuna Writers’ Space Fellowship.

As an actor and writer, Olivia was awarded residencies at Footscray Community Arts Centre and Arts House through Culture Lab to develop two performance showings in 2022. In 2024 Darebin Arts Speakeasy will support Olivia to develop a new work Where Did Everybody Go that she will write and perform in. She is also a classically trained mezzo soprano with a passion for musical theatre.

Listen Below to Olivia on the ABC 7am Podcast – We Exist 365 Days A Year

Read Olivia’s The Saturday Paper article “International Day of Disabled Joy and Rage” below