|From||United States of America|
|Type||Film, TV, Stage, Radio|
|Birth||8 August 1910, New York City|
|Death|| 15 October 1993, Harrisburg|
(aged 83 years)
Nina Olivette (1911 – February 21, 1971) was a New York City-born American actress and vaudeville performer.
Life and career
In her early years, she appeared on Broadway in such plays as Hold Everything! and Captain Jinks. In 1930, she made such films as Queen High, Why Sailors Leave Home, What a Night!, Kiss Me Sergeant and Not So Quiet on the Western Front.
She later married Harry Stockwell in 1952.
Olivette died on February 21, 1971, aged 59 of a heart attack.