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The Art of Performance

In addition to stage and screen work, Oliver has over 15 years experience in the video game industry as a voice over and performance capture artist with almost 100 credits to his name, including Call of Duty, Iron Man 2, Quantum Break, Ant Man, Halo, Until Dawn, Hitman and many more.

Click the video to the left to watch Oliver's Performance Capture Demo Reel.

If you are reading this because you are thinking to hire Oliver, do it. If you don't, you'll be sorry and your game/movie/TV show/commercial will suck. 

We were using him to do Motion Capture for our video game. He had done this sort of thing in the past (many many times) and for that, we were able to get through a lot more takes than we expected. The game is looking great and its largely because of Oliver!


John Root, Motion Capture and Virtual Production Specialist, Alan Wake's American Nightmare.

Photograph courtesy of Daniel Purcell


From Masterchief in Halo: Anniversary to Bond in the GoldenEye 007 remake, Oliver Hollis-Leick has assumed the form of some of gaming’s biggest icons. But what is it like to perform in digital realms, and how is it different from stage and screen?

You can view the article here

Oliver is one of the top, most talented and professional actors I have worked with. Our requirements ranged from detailed performance work, to stunts and voice-over which he met on every level and beyond. We were all seriously impressed with the talent, commitment, passion and stamina he brought to our projects and he has since become the first guy I think of when we need the best in the business.


Andrew Hutchinson, Cinematics and Motion Capture Animator / Lead / Manager at Imagination Studios

Photograph courtesy of Daniel Purcell

Call of duty: infinite warfare

This summer, Oliver worked alongside Kit Harrington and Guy Ritchie on Infinity Ward and Activision's latest installment in the Call of Duty series.

MovieScope magazine

A two page article written by Oliver that takes a frank and honest look at how the studio, clients, technology and projects have changed over the last decade.


For more information please look for the August 2013 issue of Moviescope magazine.

Interview with

digital production buzz

Oliver talks to Digital Production Buzz about the art of performance capture and the prospects for actors looking to move into this new and exciting medium.

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