Oliver has extensive experience litigating immigration-related judicial review claims at both the High Court and Upper Tribunal levels, as well as preparing complex asylum and human rights applications outside the Immigration Rules.
Oliver oversaw a transformation of TVA’s nuclear power plants, as well as returning ComEd’s Quad Cities and LaSalle units back under NRC oversight. Oliver holds a Bachelor’s of Engineering from Auburn University.
Early Life and Education
Oliver is an orphan whose harsh treatment by Mr. Bumble and Widow Corney compels him to flee into London’s streets, where he encounters Nancy Maylie of Mrs. Maylie & Rose Maylie’s household who take in Oliver while Fagin’s gang are engaged in an argument with Mr. Brownlow over who they think has stolen money that belongs to Mrs. Maylie & Rose Maylies. Meanwhile Fagin and Fagin’s gang suspect they are taking from them, while Fagin’s gang are in conflict with Fagin’s gang suspected of stealing funds belonging to Rose Maylie; all this time
Mark Lester and Shani Wallis play Oliver and Nancy, respectively, in this early hit for Disney that marked a turning point in its animation style. Additionally, it earned itself the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture as well as becoming one of the only G-rated musicals (Chicago preceded it) to win an Academy Award (alongside Chicago).
Kingsley has held various leadership roles in nuclear power operations at Tennessee Valley Authority, Middle South Utilities and Southern Company over his 32-year career. Using safety, sound fundamentals, and individual accountability as his guiding principles he has transformed troubled nuclear programs into top performers with ease.
Kingsley began working for Unicom, the parent company of Commonwealth Edison, in November 1997 with the mandate of turning around America’s largest nuclear fleet. Under his tenure, ComEd nuclear program set new industry records for outage duration and generation while all units under regular NRC oversight.
Kingsley received the WANO Nuclear Excellence award in October 2003, and currently sits on both McDermott International and FPL Group boards of directors.
Achievement and Honors
Oliver Kingsley received the 2018 Nuclear Excellence Award from the World Association of Nuclear Operators (WANO). Kingsley is recognized as an expert practitioner of operational excellence within his industry, turning around troubled nuclear operations at Tennessee Valley Authority, Middle South Utilities, Southern Company and Commonwealth Edison using a program focusing on safety, sound fundamentals and individual accountability to become industry leaders.
He is on the board of directors for multiple companies and an Academy member. In 1966 he graduated with a B.Sc in Engineering Physics from Auburn University.
Kingsley and Sally Smith have made an exceptional donation to Auburn’s College of Engineering. As recognition for their generosity, a courtyard at Shelby Center for Engineering and Science will bear their names.
Oliver Kingsley is part of Kingsley Napley’s International Protection Group and offers his expertise to assist clients with complex asylum, human rights, detention and removal matters. Additionally, Oliver regularly advises on challenging extradition requests as well as Interpol Red Notices.
He reprised his role of Athos in The Four Musketeers (1974), directed by Richard Lester from a script by George MacDonald Fraser, then appeared in Dan Curtis’ horror film Burnt Offerings (1976). Additionally, he had a cameo appearance in Lisztomania: TV Movie in 1975.
He and his wife, Sally Yeaman Kingsley, made a donation to Auburn University which resulted in a courtyard being named in their honor. Kingsley has four children and five grandchildren. Additionally, he is a member of the National Academy of Engineering as well as having served as President of Exelon Generation prior to retiring.
Over time, this talented young actor has amassed considerable wealth through various projects. He has starred in hit movies and TV series such as The OA, Peaky Blinders, High Fidelity and more – as well as numerous music videos and commercials.
He serves as drummer in Ted Ed Fred and plays various genres such as alternative metal, deathrock, grunge and emo music.
He has been trading shares of NextEra Inc since 2005. According to his Form 4 filing with the SEC, he purchased and sold 31 units annually; currently worth an estimated $2 Million, living in Gospel Oak London with wife, children and pets as family.