Olivia Pascal was born in Munich, Germany on May 26, 1957. She began acting at the age of 20 and in 1977, she was featured in Playboy twice, once in the March edition and again in November with the story, Sex in the Cinema. The young actress was already becoming well known for her long, slim body and hefty assets that were frequently featured in love scenes. Her modeling career ran alongside her acting one and over the past three decades, Pascal has appeared on the cover of Gong several times, Funk Uhr, Bravo, Neue Revue and Cine Revue, among others. Her acting career encompasses more than fifty film and television appearances and has included a great number of nudity shots. Her credits from the seventies include Summer Night Fever, Sex Life in a Convent, Island of 1000 Delights, Cola, Candy, Chocolate, and Traumbus. By the following decade, her career was beginning to slow a little, but Pascal easily landed parts in films like Tatort, Bloody Moon, Burning Rubber and Coconut. She was also cast in a few television programs, Bananas and Derrick being two of them. Her more recent career consists of only television appearances. Pascal has a regular part in a German series called Verleibt in Berlin, known as Thatís Life, in English.