February 5, 1986 (37)
Elizabeth Alderfer is an American actress most known for her role as Olivia in the TV series “AP Bio.”
While Alderfer’s career includes a myriad of roles, her breakout came with her appearance on “AP Bio,” a comedy series on NBC that gained a substantial following. She further expanded her repertoire by joining the cast of “The Passage,” a drama series based on Justin Cronin’s trilogy. Apart from television, she also dipped her toes into theater, notably starring in “4000 Miles” at the Long Wharf Theatre.
Alderfer has had the opportunity to work with a variety of talented artists and celebrities. On the set of “AP Bio,” she shared the screen with Glenn Howerton, Patton Oswalt, and Mary Sohn. Her role in “The Passage” allowed her to work alongside Mark-Paul Gosselaar, Saniyya Sidney, and Brianne Howey. Within the theater community, she’s collaborated with artists like Amy Herzog, the playwright behind “4000 Miles,” and actors such as Michael Cumpsty and Zoë Winters.