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      Olivia Wilde

      Olivia Wilde

      Highest Rated: 96% Booksmart (2019)

      Lowest Rated: 10% The Longest Week (2014)

      Birthday: Mar 10, 1984

      Birthplace: New York, New York, USA

      American actress and director Olivia Wilde appeared in "TRON: Legacy" (2010), "Her" (2013), and as Dr. Remy "Thirteen" Hadley on Fox's medical drama "House" (Fox, 2004-2012). She also made her directing debut in 2019 with the critically-acclaimed high school comedy "Booksmart" (2019). Although Wilde was born in New York City, she was raised in both the Georgetown neighborhood of Washington, D.C. and in Ireland. Her parents were respected journalists, so Wilde, who was born with the surname Cockburn, grew up in a household that was always booming with the intellectual banter of politicians, writers, and thinkers. When she was in her teens, the then Olivia Cockburn started going by the stage surname of Wilde. This was both to pay homage of the legendary Irish writer Oscar Wilde, as well as to honor the many writers in her family. A standout student, Wilde was accepted to Bard College but deferred enrollment a number of time to pursue an acting career. She eventually went on to study the craft at the Gaeity School of Acting in Dublin. By this time, Wilde held dual citizenships in both the United States and in Ireland. After receiving her formal training, Wilde began nabbing recurring TV roles. She appeared in 6 episodes of the short-lived Fox drama "Skin" (Fox, 2003-04), and went on to earn somewhat of a public following for her role as Alex Kelly on the teen drama "The O.C." (Fox, 2003-07). By the mid- to late-2000s, Wilde was appearing in a number of films, including "Alpha Dog" (2006), "Year One" (2009), and "TRON: Legacy." In 2007 she also landed her breakout TV role a recurring role on the Fox medical drama "House." Wilde played Dr. Remy "Thirteen" Hadley on the Golden Globe-winning series from 2007 to 2012. After "House" ended in 2012, Wilde continued nabbing parts in films like "The Incredible Burt Wonderstone" (2013), "Rush," "The Longest Week" (2014), and "Meadowland." In 2016 she nabbed a part on the highly-anticipated period music drama "Vinyl" (HBO, 2016), but HBO cancelled the series after a single season. After 15 years as a working actress in Hollywood, Wilde decided to get behind the camera in 2019 by making her directorial debut with the high school comedy "Booksmart." That film, which starred Beanie Feldstein and Kaitlyn Dever, premiered to rave reviews in May of 2019. 2019 was also the year that Wilde starred in the Clint Eastwood-directed biographical drama "Richard Jewell" (2019). The film, which was released in December of that year, was about the security guard of the same name who was wrongly accused of the 1996 Olympic Park bombing in Atlanta.

      Highest rated movies

      Meadowland A Vigilante
      Drinking Buddies
      Richard Jewell
      Conversations With Other Women
      How It Ends


      Olivia Wilde LOVE THE COOPERS, from left: Jake Lacy, Olivia Wilde, 2015. ph: Suzanne Tenner/©CBS Films The View, Olivia Wilde, 08/11/1997, ©ABC THE CHANGE-UP, from left: Olivia Wilde, Ryan Reynolds, 2011. Ph: Richard Cartwright/©Universal THE WORDS, from left: Dennis Quaid, Olivia Wilde, 2012. Ph: Jonathen Wenk/©CBS Film THE LAZARUS EFFECT, foreground from left: director David Gelb, Olivia Wilde, 2015. ph: Daniel McFadden/© Relativity Media BUTTER, from left: Olivia Wilde, Ty Burrell, 2011. ph: Steve Dietl/©The Weinstein Compay RUSH, l-r: Olivia Wilde, Chris Hemsworth, 2013, ph: Jaap Buitendijk/©Universal THE LAZARUS EFFECT, from left: Olivia Wilde, Donald Glover, 2015. ph: Daniel McFadden/© Relativity Media Vinyl, Bobby Cannavale (L), Olivia Wilde (R), 02/14/2016, ©HBOMR The View, from left: Barbara Walters, Olivia Wilde, Sherri Shepherd, Debbie Matenopoulos, Jenny McCarthy, 08/11/1997, ©ABC THE INCREDIBLE BURT WONDERSTONE, from left: Steve Buscemi, Steve Carell, Olivia Wilde, 2013. ph: Ben Glass/©New Line Cinema LOVE THE COOPERS, from left: Amanda Seyfried, Jake Lacy, Olivia Wilde, Maxwell Simkins, Blake Baumgartner, John Goodman, Ed Helms, Alex Borstein (from behind), Alan Arkin, Diane Keaton, 2015. ph: Suzanne Tenner/©CBS Films YEAR ONE, from left: Olivia Wilde, Jack Black, 2009. Ph: Suzanne Hanover/©Columbia Pictures YEAR ONE, foreground: Olivia Wilde, 2009. Ph: Suzanne Hanover/©Columbia Pictures BOOKSMART, FROM LEFT: DIRECTOR OLIVIA WILDE, KAITLYN DEVER, ON SET, 2019. PH: FRANCOIS DUHAMEL/© ANNAPURNA PICTURES BOOKSMART, FROM LEFT: DIRECTOR OLIVIA WILDE, SKYLER GISONDO, ON-SET, 2019. PH: FRANCOIS DUHAMEL/© ANNAPURNA PICTURES BOOKSMART, CENTER LEFT TO RIGHT: WRITER KATIE SILBERMAN, DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY JASON MCCORMICK, DIRECTOR OLIVIA WILDE, ON-SET, 2019. PH: FRANCOIS DUHAMEL/© ANNAPURNA PICTURES Vinyl, Olivia Wilde (L), Birgitte Hjort Sørensen (R), 02/14/2016, ©HBOMR BOOKSMART, FROM LEFT: KAITLYN DEVER, DIRECTOR OLIVIA WILDE, ON-SET, 2019. PH: FRANCOIS DUHAMEL/© ANNAPURNA PICTURES



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