Olivia Sanabia is an actress and singer from the United States. Kelly Quinn in Just Add Magic and Charlotte Wrather in Coop & Cami Ask the World are two of her most well-known performances. She began her acting career as a little kid in the adventure comedy film “Tangled Up in Blue” when she was eight years old. Sampson B. Vega wrote and directed the picture, which garnered favourable reviews from reviewers and audiences alike.
In the year 2012, she appeared in three short films: ‘Let Your Light Shine,’ ‘How Jimmy Got Leverage,’ and ‘Mood.’ She then featured in two episodes of the television show “The Birthday Boys” over the course of two years. Sanabia played ‘Millie’ and ‘Becca’ in the 2014 films ‘Sam & Cat’ and ‘Extant,’ respectively.
Sanabia has featured in a variety of television programmes as a guest star, including ‘Nicky, Ricky, Dicky & Dawn’ as ‘Jill Milbank’ and ‘Life in Pieces’ as ‘Kylie’. Prior to landing her big break on television, she featured in two short films titled ‘Broken Wings’ and ‘Dennis’.
The programme was based on the same-titled novel by Cindy Callaghan. Abby Donnelly, Aubrey Miller, Judah Bellamy, Catia Ojeda, Andrew Burlinson, Dee Wallace, and Amy Hill also appeared in the film. Sanabia is a series regular and has appeared in all three seasons. Her work in the series was recognised in 2015 with a nomination for the Young Artist Awards.
She proceeded to act in tiny roles on TV series before winning the starring role of Kelly Quinn on Amazon Prime’s Just Add Magic from 2016 to 2019, as well as the spin-off Just Add Magic: Mystery City in 2020. Charlotte Wrather, a character on the Disney Channel show Coop & Cami Ask the World, has had her role since 2018.
Through Social Media
Olivia Sanabia loves her followers and communicates with them via social media. So, utilise these methods to request a personal meeting with her. Olivia Sanabia is a member of the audience through relevant contacts in the broadcast media.
Requesting an appointment for a one-on-one visit is always preferable due to her habit of being highly busy all of the time. Please make sure you have a good cause for requesting an appointment with Olivia Sanabia since the requisition letter should be detailed. Send the mail to the following address:
Los Angeles, CA 90067
Abrams Artists Agency
750 North San Vicente Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90069