Octavia the Younger | fictional representations

Fictional representations

A highly fictionalized version of Octavia's early life is depicted in the 2005 television series Rome, in which Octavia of the Julii (Kerry Condon) commits incest with her brother Gaius Octavian, has a lesbian affair with Servilia of the Junii (the series' version of Servilia) and a romantic relationship with Marcus Agrippa (based on the historical Marcus Vipsanius Agrippa).

Octavia's later life, around the time of the death of Marcellus, is depicted in the 1976 television adaptation of Robert Graves's novel I, Claudius. The role was played by Angela Morant, and should not be confused with her great-granddaughter Claudia Octavia (also referred to as "Octavia" in the series), Claudius's daughter and wife of the future emperor Nero, who was played by Cheryl Johnson.

Other Languages
български: Октавия Младша
čeština: Octavia Minor
Deutsch: Octavia Minor
Esperanto: Oktavia Minor
français: Octavie la Jeune
italiano: Ottavia minore
עברית: אוקטביה
magyar: Octavia
português: Octávia
српски / srpski: Oktavija
srpskohrvatski / српскохрватски: Oktavija Mlađa
українська: Октавія Молодша
中文: 小屋大薇