Olivia Suleimon is a multidisciplinary Actor, Creator, Director, Model, and DJ.
She has filmed roles in the upcoming feature film Five Blind Dates and The Appleton Ladies' Potato Race; and is currently on screen in Channel 7's sketch show We Interrupt This Broadcast.
In the theatre Olivia made her debut as a lead in Subtlenuance’s production of Morning Star and followed this up with the Darlinghurst Theatre Company's production of seven methods of killing kylie jenner.
She was a recipient of ABC’s Fresh Start fund, in which she was creator/director on a digital series about black hair and the African Australian experience titled Rosaline’s Untaming. Since it’s release it has subsequently been nominated for an AACTA Award for Best Short Form/Online Entertainment category.
Olivia’s keen interest for screen arts initially led her to work for renowned documentarian Nick Broomfield in London and Los Angeles as a researcher and production assistant on BBC films, My Father & Me and Last Man Standing: Suge Knight & the Murders of Biggie & Tupac. Since working for Broomfield, Olivia has gone onto produce, write and direct on projects for Amazon UNHEARD (episode. 6), as well as creating festival content for the 2020 African Music and & Cultural festival.
As a DJ Olivia performs under her Nigerian name, Yemi Sul. She was the resident DJ on ABC’s TV show The Set, and has worked as the opening act for AJ Tracey, Wiley, Lady Leshurr, Dizzee Rascal, Dave & Bauuer on the Sydney legs of their Australian tours. Yemi Sul played the 2018 Secret Garden Festival. Internationally Yemi Sul has performed in London, where she held residencies at The Curtain Hotel and the Mama Shelter hotel in London. Olivia was also a regular DJ for renowned London hip hop night, Livin’ Proof. She has also played at various parties in New York City, and played at Trace Urban’s Notting Hill Carnival in Paris. More recently she has DJ'd for Prada, Her Black Book, NBA & HENNESSY & RUSSH Magazine.