Born as America Campbell in 1978 in the San Fernando Valley of California to a former Miss Canada, America made her start in music as part of the band Soluna in the early 2000s. She transitioned to acting in the middle of the decade, taking on such roles as “Woman” or “Beautiful Woman” on shows like “How I Met Your Mother” and “Jake in Progress.” She was a recurring character on “General Hospital” and had an uncredited role in “Iron Man” before appearing in “Bitch Slap” and “Friday the 13th.” With the kind of acting credits that show up anywhere, America even had a part in the second “Transformers” film as Frisbee Girl. She continues to work nonstop, and with the pending release of “Bitch Slap” and a turn in Playboy, America Olivo should become more of a common name than she currently is.
America on the Web
America’s ultimate web resource guide.
Acting reel, gallery and trailers to new films.
America’s official page.
Bio and external links.
America on the Screen
She was Marianna for four episodes on “General Hospital” before roles in “Iron Man,” “The Thirst: Blood War,” “Bitch Slap,” “Friday the 13th,” “Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen,” “Neighbor” and “Last Resort.”
America on Video
“Friday the 13th” Interview
America chats briefly about the film.
“Bitch Slap” Trailer
America in the action trailer.
America has numerous projects in development, including a part in the TV film “Peas in a Pod,” “Love Shack,” “Circle,” and “Represent,” all due out in 2010.
On Jason (from “Friday the 13th”):
“Jason’s a scary mo-fo.”