Where Is She Now: Olivia d'Abo (Actress) - The Wonder Years.
Name: Olivia d'Abo
Born: January 22, 1969, Paddington, London, England
Claim To Fame: She is best known for portraying the rebellious teenage sister Karen Arnold in The Wonder Years.
Family Life: She was married to music producer and songwriter
Patrick Leonard from 2002-2012. She has one child, Oliver
William d'Abo, born in 1995.
Info: Her first film role was in 1984's Conan the Destroyer
as Princess Jehnna. In 1988, she started appearing with the main cast of The Wonder Years as the hippie sister Karen Arnold. She played this role for the first four seasons of the show.
Some of her early television credits include Star Trek: The
Next Generation, Law & Order: Criminal Intent, and on the
Sci-Fi channel series Eureka. On stage, she appeared in the 2005 Broadway production of The Odd Couple with Matthew Broderick and Nathan Lane.
d'Abo has also been involved with providing voices to
animation projects over the years. She is also a singer-
songwriter, guitarist and pianist who has composed and
performed for various soundtracks. Her debut album Not TV was released in 2008.
She has provided backing vocals for Julian Lennon's Help
Yourself, an acoustic duet version of Bon Jovi's Livin' on
a Prayer. She also co-wrote the song Love Comes from the Inside for Italian singer Laura Pausini.
Trivia: Was engaged to actor Thomas Jane from 1998 to 2001.
Was formerly engaged to singer Julian Lennon.
Is the daughter of Maggie London, a model and actress, and Mike d'Abo, a singer and member of 1960s group Manfred Mann.
Attended high school in the U.S. at Los Feliz Hills School
(formerly "The Apple School") in Los Angeles.
Has three brothers and one sister: elder brother Ben d'Abo, younger brother Bruno, the younger siblings, twins Ella and Louis (born July 2007).
Where Is She Now: In February 2013, d'Abo began filming for Project Fedora, a video game that combines live-action footage with 3D graphics.
She has lent her voice to video game characters, including
Star Sapphire in Lego Batman 3: Beyond Gotham (2014) and additional voices in Elder Scrolls Online (2014).
She played the role of Patricia Ashland in the 2014 TV movie Presumed Dead in Paradise. She has also appeared on the TV series Psych and Elementary.