aboutbackground Cory Oliver is an all-American girl – daughter, sister, Mother, Actress and Friend. Most importantly she is a mother, conservative and daughter of the King. She is a multi-faceted person, artist and entrepreneur. She is a skilled beauty expert, actress, singer/songwriter, screenwriter, podcast host, producer, and business owner. Cory is living her dream.

Cory’s walk of fame includes a number of Commercial, TV and Film credits. She has worked with some of Hollywood’s finest filmmakers and producers, including: Kevin Sorbo, Tom Everett Scott, David Zucker, Trey Parker, Matt Stone, and many more. She has acted alongside Hollywood’s biggest stars as well as its up-and-coming ones too. Her “Bud Light” Super Bowl Commercial earned Top 25 Commercials of all time in 2000. Shortly after she arrived in Los Angeles, her first acting gig was “Silk Stalking’s” (1994). She went on to roles in: “Pacific Blue,” (1996), “Weird Science” (1997), “Beverly Hills 90210,” (1997) and the hit soap opera, “The Young and the Restless” (1997). Cory’s co-starring role as part of The Dina Collection in the REELZ channel hit reality series, “Beverly Hills Pawn” (2013-2015) made Cory a recognizable figure in Hollywood because the show was the #1 original hit series for the REELZ channel with more than 20 million viewers. Cory’s feature film credits include: “Chairman of the Board” (1997), “Dead Man on Campus” (1998), “BASEketball” (1998), “Undressed” (1999-2000), and “The Book of Ester” (2013). She is perhaps most proud of her feature role in “God’s Not Dead” (2014), the second largest grossing faith-based film, earned her a Grace Award Nomination and went onto win top honors at the 2015 Movie Guide Awards.

She wrote, recorded, and released the single, “I’m Somebody’s Daughter” (2019). It is available for download on iTunes and Spotify. Cory is also an award-winning screenwriter. Her screenplay, “Jack and Jill” took 2nd place in Scriptapalooza, ranked in the Top 10 in the Nevada Film Festival, and was a semifinalist in Francis Ford Coppola’s “American Zoetrope Contest.”

Her entrepreneurial spirt is evident in her company “Beverly Hills Balm,” where she serves as CEO of her beauty balm skincare line. Her work as a makeup artist and hairdresser for Hollywood’s A-list has been showcased on the covers of: Vogue, People, Shape, Women’s Health, Hype, and many more. She has created flawless looks for celebrities: Kirsten Dunst, Jennifer Love Hewitt, Isabella Rossellini, Betty Davis, Dustin Hoffman, to name a few.

Her latest endeavor “The Coriolis Effect” (2021), which she co-created, produces, and hosts is a weekly Podcast that was born out of COVID. She delivered 90 shows in just 7 months on the project bearing her name. Her guests have included: Kevin Sorbo, Frank Stallone, Jack Wagner, Wink Martindale, Anita Pointer, Jay Davis, and many more. It reached the status of top 10 Podcasts in the United Emeritus shortly after airing. The show continues to grow in popularity with 3.5 million viewers to date. It has provided the platform for her to utilize her skills and abilities to inform and entertain, setting the stage for Cory to continue working.

Cory has been blessed with a career that transcends various mediums in entertainment, allowing her creativity and artistry to shine. She credits her success with her faith in God. Cory can be heard quoting Walt Disney: “If you can dream it, you can achieve it.” She is a small-town, all-American girl at heart who is living her Hollywood dream – what’s your dream?