Olivier is the French form of Oliver. It may refer to:

As a surname:

  • Guillaume-Antoine Olivier (1756–1814), a French entomologist
  • George Olivier, count of Wallis (1671–1743), Austrian field marshal
  • The Olivier brothers René, Aimé, and Marius, French pioneering bicycle manufacturers
  • Herbert Arnould Olivier (1861–1952), an English artist
  • Laurence Olivier (1907–1989), an English actor
  • Hon. Noël Olivier, daughter of Sydney Haldane Olivier, friend of Rupert Brooke
  • Sidney Olivier (cricketer) (1870–1932), English cricketer
  • Sydney Haldane Olivier, 1st Baron Olivier KCMG, CB, PC
  • Wynand Olivier (born 1983), a South African rugby union player

In fiction:

  • Oliver (paladin), (or Olivier) a character in the French epic The Song of Roland
  • Olivier (novel), the first published novel by French author Claire de Duras
  • Olivier, a demon described in Sebastien Michaelis' classification of demons
  • Olivier (comics), a demonic villain and enemy of the Punisher in Marvel Comics
  • Olivier Armstrong, a character in Fullmetal Alchemist
  • Olivier, MME, a French scientist surpassing Marie Curie in a Hercule Poirot mystery The Big Four (novel)


  • Château Olivier, a Bordeaux winery
  • Laurence Olivier Award, theatrical award named after the actor
  • Olivier Deschacht, (b.1981) Belgian footballer
  • Olivier, a demon described in Sebastien Michaelis' classification of demons
  • Olivier salad, a popular dish of Russian cuisine
  • The Olivier Theatre (named after the actor), one of three auditoria at the Royal National Theatre

Other articles related to "olivier":

St Saviour, Pimlico - Notable Past Parishioners
... Laurence Olivier’s father, Gerard Kerr Olivier, was a curate at Saint Saviour’s and Lord Olivier was a choirboy and altar server ...
Lioré Et Olivier Le O 20
... The Lioré et Olivier LeO 20 was a French night-bomber aircraft built by Lioré et Olivier ...
List Of British And Commonwealth Academy Award Winners And Nominees - Best Actor
... Robert Donat Goodbye Mr Chips Winner Laurence Olivier Wuthering Heights Nominee 1940 Charles Chaplin The Great Dictator Nominee Laurence Olivier Rebecca Nominee Raymond Massey Abe Lincoln in Illinois Nominee. 1946 Laurence Olivier Henry V Nominee 1947 Ronald Colman A Double Life Winner 1948 Laurence Olivier Hamlet Winner 1952 Alec Guinness The Lavender Hill Mob Nominee. 1972 Michael Caine Sleuth Nominee Laurence Olivier Nominee 1974 Albert Finney Murder on the Orient Express Nominee 1976 Peter Finch Network Winner First posthumous ...
Laurence Olivier Award For Best Comedy Performance
... See Olivier Awards for more information about the awards and a full list of categories and winners ... The Laurence Olivier Awards are a series of awards presented annually by The Society of London Theatre ... and, in 1984 they were renamed in honour of the renowned British actor Lord Olivier ...
Louis-Éphrem Olivier
... Louis-Éphrem Olivier (August 28, 1848 – December 21, 1882) was a physician and political figure in Quebec ... Canada East, the son of Jean Baptiste Olivier and Thessile Plante, and was educated at the Séminaire de Québec ... Olivier was unsuccessful when he ran for reelection in 1882 ...