Olivia Wilde Biography
Olivia Wilde is a well-known actress, producer, and director from the United States. She has appeared in several television and film productions, including ‘The O.C.,’ ‘The Black Donnellys,’ and ‘Tron: Legacy,’ and directed her first film, the teen comedy Booksmart, for which she received the Independent Spirit Award for Best First Feature. Don’t Worry Darling, Wilde’s second feature, will be released in 2022.
Olivia Wilde Age
Olivia was born Olivia Jane Cockburn on March 10, 1984, in New York City, the United States of America. She is 38 years old as of March 2022.
Olivia Wilde Education
She went to ‘Phillips Academy’ in Massachusetts and graduated in 2002. She also attended the ‘Gaiety School of Acting in Dublin, Ireland for a short time.
Olivia Wilde Height
Wilde stands at a height of 5’7″ (170 cm).
Olivia Wilde Family – Parents
Cockburn was born in New York City on March 10, 1984, to Leslie and Andrew Cockburn. Her father was a journalist, and her mother was also a journalist and producer. She has a younger brother named Charlie Philip Cockburn and an older sister named Chloe Frances Cockburn.
Olivia Wilde Husband – Children
On June 7, 2003, she married Tao Ruspoli, a filmmaker, in a private ceremony in an abandoned school bus. When she married, she was only 19 years old. On September 29, 2011, she divorced Ruspoli, citing “irreconcilable differences.” She began dating actor Jason Sudeikis the same year. They married in January 2013 and have two children: Otis Alexander, a son, and Daisy Josephine, a daughter.
Olivia Wilde Career
Her acting career took off when she appeared in six episodes of the American television series ‘Skin’ as Jewel Goldman. Her acting abilities were noticed, and she was cast as Alex Kelly in ‘The O.C.,’ a popular American drama series. In 2004, she made her film debut as Kellie in the American hit film ‘The Girl Next Door.’ The following year, she played a bridesmaid in ‘Conversations with Other Women.’ She was in three films: ‘Alpha Dog,’ ‘Bickford Shmeckler’s Cool Ideas,’ and ‘Turistas.’ The following year, she appeared in ‘The Death and Life of Bobby Z,’ and she returned to television in ‘The Black Donnellys.’
She appeared in films such as ‘Fix,’ ‘Year One,’ ‘The Ballad of G.I. Joe,’ ‘The Next Three Days,’ ‘Tron: Legacy,’ ‘Cowboys & Aliens,’ ‘The Change-Up,’ ‘In Time,’ and ‘Butter’ between 2008 and 2012. She appeared in the documentary ‘Half the Sky’ in 2012 and lent her voice to TV shows such as ‘Robot Chicken’ and ‘Tron: Uprising.’ She also appeared in a number of other films in 2012, including ‘Deadfall,’ ‘People Like Us,’ and ‘The Words,’ making the year extremely busy for the actress. She appeared in an episode of the comedy series ‘The High Fructose Adventures of Annoying Orange’ in 2013. She starred in ‘The Incredible Burt Wonderstone,’ while juggling her television and film projects.
In the adult animated comedy ‘BoJack Horseman,’ she played Charlotte. She also played Olivia in five episodes of the British TV show ‘Doll & Em.’ In 2016, she appeared in the film ‘Black Dog, Red Dog,’ and then in eight episodes of the TV series ‘Vinyl.’ The following year, she made her Broadway debut as Julia in ‘1984,’ which premiered at the ‘Hudson Theatre’ in New York City. In 2018, she starred in the critically acclaimed film ‘A Vigilante,’ and then in the film ‘Life Itself.’ The latter received poor reviews and performed poorly at the box office. She made her directorial debut in the film ‘Booksmart’ the following year.
She has appeared in several music videos by various artists and has also provided her voice for video games. She was cast as Kathy Scruggs in the drama film ‘Richard Jewell.’ she also serves on the boards of ‘Artists for Peace and Justice’ and the ‘ACLU of Southern California.’ She also actively supports organizations like “18 in ’08,” “Global Poverty Project,” and “Fair Foods Campaign.” She appeared in a Gucci ‘Chime for Change’ video that raised awareness about women’s issues in the fields of justice, health, and education. She was a strong feminist who marched in the ‘Women’s March’ in 2017 and 2018. She also took part in a public service announcement to raise awareness about Down syndrome on ‘World Down Syndrome Day’ in 2016.
Olivia Wilde’s Net Worth
Wilde has an estimated net worth of 25 million dollars.