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Demi Isaac Oviawe (/ˈdɛmiː ˈaɪzæk əvˈjɑːweɪ/; born 2 November 2000) is a Nigerian-born Irish actress. She is best known for her role as Linda Walsh in the 2018 RTÉ/BBC-produced comedy series The Young Offenders. Oviawe was raised in the Irish town of Mallow by her parents, along with her four younger brothers. Oviawe's parents named her after the actress Demi Moore. In secondary school, Oviawe played camogie and Gaelic Football, and starred in school productions of Beauty and the Beast, Grease and Sister Act.

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  • Demi Isaac Oviawe (/ˈdɛmiː ˈaɪzæk əvˈjɑːweɪ/; born 2 November 2000) is a Nigerian-born Irish actress. She is best known for her role as Linda Walsh in the 2018 RTÉ/BBC-produced comedy series The Young Offenders. Oviawe was raised in the Irish town of Mallow by her parents, along with her four younger brothers. Oviawe's parents named her after the actress Demi Moore. In secondary school, Oviawe played camogie and Gaelic Football, and starred in school productions of Beauty and the Beast, Grease and Sister Act.
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  • Demi Isaac Oviawe (/ˈdɛmiː ˈaɪzæk əvˈjɑːweɪ/; born 2 November 2000) is a Nigerian-born Irish actress. She is best known for her role as Linda Walsh in the 2018 RTÉ/BBC-produced comedy series The Young Offenders. Oviawe was raised in the Irish town of Mallow by her parents, along with her four younger brothers. Oviawe's parents named her after the actress Demi Moore. In secondary school, Oviawe played camogie and Gaelic Football, and starred in school productions of Beauty and the Beast, Grease and Sister Act. Initially, Oviawe planned to train as a secondary school teacher. However, in 2017 she auditioned on YouTube for a role in the TV series The Young Offenders, and won the role of Linda Walsh. In 2017, the Irish Examiner named Oviawe as one of their annual "Ones to Watch for 2018". She appeared on 2019 series of the Irish edition of Dancing with the Stars. She was eliminated on 17 February, making her the fourth celebrity to be voted off.
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