Olga Török was born in 1985 in Satu Mare and graduated from the German high school "Johann Ettinger" in her hometown. In 2008 she completed her acting studies at the German Department of the Faculty of Music and Theatre of the Western University of Timisoara.
Olga acted and performs, among others, in the performances "Romanian Diary. Timisoara" (play and direction: Carmen Lidia Vidu), "The Cherry Orchard" by A.P. Chekhov (direction: Volker Schmidt), "A Midsummer Night's Dream" after the work of William Shakespeare (direction: Kristóf Szabó) and in "Lysistrata 3.0" after Aristophanes (direction: Niky Wolcz).
She has been nominated several times for prizes of the Romanian Theatre Association UNITER Awards and won twice the UNITER Audience Award. In 2021, she won the Audience Award in the category "Best TV Teleplay" with the show "V.I.P.- Very Isolated Person", a free adaptation based on the play "The Seagull" by A.P. Chekhov. In 2018, she was nominated for the Best Leading Actress Award for the role of Eréndira in the play "The Incredible and Sad Tale of Innocent Eréndira and Her Heartless Grandmother" (directed by Yuri Kordonsky). For the role of "Jamie" in the play "Sexes/Axes - The Furies and the Great War" by Neil LaBute, directed by Radu A. Nica, she received the "IFESZT" 2012 award.
In 2014, at the "Filmul de Piatră" festival, she received the Special Jury Prize for her role in the short film "10 ways to deal with a break-up". Olga Török is also active in the Timisoara cultural scene with the project "Remix ID", which is part of the official program of the European Capital of Culture "Timisoara 2023". She has been repeatedly awarded for her contribution to the promotion of Timisoara's cultural values.