Oliver graduated from the London Academy of Musical Dramatic Arts.
Jones made his television debut on Judge John Deed in 2005, 80 Minutes in 2008, a eight episode guest-recurring role on Episodes since 2011 and a three episode guest-recurring role on Glee. He had a two episode guest-recurring role on Pretty Little Liars in 2015.
He appeared in stage works, including "Julius Cesar" in 2004, "Richard II" in 2005, and "AMidsummer Nights Dream" in 2011.
He has also written two episodes of Shelfstackers in 2010 with begin credited as Ollie Kieran Jones.
|2005||Judge John Deed||Butch Cassidy||(Popular Appeal)|
|2007||Casualty||Jonas Saville||(Strangers When We Meet)|
|Holby Blue||Ricky Roberts||(Episode #1.7)|
|2008||Spooks: Code 9||Young Doctor||(Episode #1.6)|
|Foyle's War||Julian Worth||(Broken Souls)|
|2009||Midsomer Murders||Freddy Chettham||(The Creeper)|
|2011||Episodes||Andrew Lesley||2011 - (8 episodes)|
|2013||Glee||Adam Crawford||(Sadie Hawkins, Diva, and Girls (and Boys) on Film)|
|2015||Pretty Little Liars||Colin||(Bloody Hell and To Plea or Not to Plea)|
|Break a Hip||Ferndale Grably||(The Doctor)|
|NCIS: New Orleans||Reid Gorie||(You'll Do)|
- His nickname growing up was Ollie.
- He used to be an obsessed Gleek.
- He didn't know he would be playing Kurt's love interest until he got the script.
- He says Adam is "strong and vulnerable", however, he still supports Klaine.
- He was the first Glee actor to appear on Pretty Litle Liars followed by Titus Makin Jr. (David).