Born Olivia Jane Cockburn in New York City on, March 10, 1984. She has dual American and Irish nationality. Wilde is not only an actress but also wears the hats of producer, director, screenwriter, and model. Wilde says she has wanted to be an actress since she was two.
She is the best known for her roles on the televisions shows, The O.C. and House. She is also known for her roles in the movies, Cowboys and Aliens, Tron: Legacy, Alpha Dog, Turistas, and In Time. She changed her professional last name to Wilde when she became a fan of the work of Irish author, Oscar Wilde.
Olivia Wilde Biography (Childhood, Early Life, Education)
Speaking about her early days of life, she was born and raised in the Georgetown neighborhood of Washington, D.C. Her father name is Andrew Cockburn and he is a very prominent personality from Washington and he is also is a London-born journalist and the Washington, D.C., editor of Harper’s Magazine. While her mother Leslie Cockburn is an American investigative journalist, and filmmaker.
Speaking about her education and schooling, she attended private school at Georgetown Day School, in Washington, D.C and after from this, she got involved into boarding school, at Phillips Academy, in Andover, Massachusetts and completed her graduation in 2002.
Olivia Wilde Personal Life & Relationship
To whom, Olivia is married? And how many kids she has, well we collected information regarding her married life. Olivia dated Tao Ruspoli and after several years of dating, they decided to marry. Tao is an Italian-American filmmaker, photographer, and musician. One strange thing here that is, the couple married in a school bus.
Due to some personal issues, Wilde filed for divorce in Los Angeles County Superior Court on March 3, 2011. After getting a divorce from Tao, she was again married to American actor, comedian, screenwriter, and producer. Jason Sudeikis, with whom she has two kids, one is a son and one is daughter Otis Alexander Sudeikis born in 2016, Daisy Josephine Sudeikis born in 2011.
Olivia Wilde Career & Movies
Olivia started her career when she appeared as “Jewel Goldman” in a TV Series Skin (2003-2004). She is also known for her recurring role as Alex Kelly in American teen drama series (2004–2005). From 2004 to 2006 she appeared in folloig big movies The Girl Next Door (2004), Conversations with Other Women (2005), Bickford Shmeckler’s Cool Ideas (2006), Turistas (2006) and Alpha Dog (2006) and earend huge fame and wealth.
She appeared as Baroness in musical comedy short film The Ballad of G.I. Joe in 2009, as Nicole in the american thriller film The Next Three Days 2010, as Quorra in Sci-fi film Tron: Legacy 2010
Olivia Wilde Net Worth
After starting a career professionally in acting, producing and as an activist, she was on the way of making good wealth. Since then she was active in the entertainment industry. Have you ever thought how much net worth of Olivia Wilde gathered?
Olivia Wilde made great progress throughout her career, according to celebrity net worth, from her career she has total Net Worth of about $20 Million which is impressive, This enough for him to live a lavish and comfortable life.
Olivia Wilde Diet, Health, Appearances & Wellness
The cat-eyed beauty can still be seen out and about being physically active even with her growing baby belly. The star lives a very active and healthy lifestyle, often being featured in magazines like Women’s Health. She admits she loves cooking and throwing dinner parties, especially since she’s not committed to veganism. The star was previously a vegetarian who would “sometimes eat fish”, but as of 2010 Wilde is reported to be a vegan.
Wilde has tried her hand at a variety of different fitness activities that include ballet or modern dance classes, indoor cycling, yoga, and even paddleboarding! For her role as Quorra in Tron, Wilde has to wear an super skintight outfit, so she enlisted the help of a celebrity trainer to make sure she looked flawless in that suit.
Wilde trained by doing 45-minute daily cardio sessions along with a combo of martial arts, weights, and cross-training. The star told Women’s Health that she thinks striving for perfections takes a lot of energy, and she would rather have downtime with her husband and a good book. But, she did also admit that she would definitely do what it takes to get back into the suit if they make another one!