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ANASTASIA OLOWIN is a Brooklyn-based actor and producer.

Originally from the San Francisco Bay Area, she holds a B.F.A. from New York University, where she studied at the Experimental Theatre Wing. She has also trained at the Moscow Art Theatre and the American Conservatory Theater. In New York, she has performed at multiple venues including New York Theatre Workshop, Theatre For a New Audience, Abrons Arts Center,

Soho Rep's Walker Space, HERE Arts Center, TheaterLab, LaMama Experimental Theatre Club, The Brick, 

and The Bushwick Starr.

She plays "Suzanne" in the feature film Ben and Suzanne, A Reunion in 4 Parts, which had its world premiere at SXSW in 2024. Additional on-screen credits include festival favorite Tourists (NFF, BFF, CAAM, NJFF), The Club, and Dead Dad Road Trip, along with numerous commercials.



Ben and Suzanne, A Reunion in 4 Parts
"Stitches" by Leah Franqui
"Obedient Steel" by Chloe Brown
"Plum de Force" by harunalee
"Distant Observer" by John Jesurun and Takeshi Kawamura
"Marie Marie Marlene"
rehearsing "You On the Moors Now" commercial
"Set In the Living Room..."
"Stitches" by Leah Franqui
on set for "The Pressure"
"You On the Moors Now"
rehearsing "Obedient Steel"
"A Chronicle of the Madness of Small Worlds" by Mac Wellman, dir. Elena Araoz
reading of "Splat..."
sullivan music video shoot




"Anastasia Olowin is the standout as Jane, giving a knockout performance.  The moment she stepped onto stage, it felt like something exciting was about to happen and she delivered consistently throughout."

-Gina Femia, New York Theatre Review 

"Olowin in particular shows skill as she portrays mental instability without ever being cloying or over-the-top in her moments of pain."

-Adrienne Urbanski, Theatre Is Easy

"...played by Anastasia Olowin, the embodiment of an otherworldly charm,"

-Ran Xia Theatre Is Easy

"Anastasia Olowin gives Cathy from Wuthering Heights a grace that fills up her scenes and she is breathtaking in the show's bittersweet epilogue."

-Ryan Hudak, New York Theatre Review


"[her performance is] impeccable, spectacular"

-Dan O'Neil, Culturebot

"...a tragic story... performed fabulously and to great comedic effect by Anastasia Olowin."

-Erica Cheung, Exeunt Magazine

"Anastasia Olowin [is] equally charming and powerful."

-Aurin Squire, New York Theatre Review

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