"Elizabeth" Olsen

On February 16, 1989, in Sherman Oaks, California, Elizabeth Chase Olsen[1] entered the world. Her mom, Jarnie, danced professionally, and her dad, real estate agent Dave, was in the business. She is the younger sister of Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen, the twin fashion designers who rose to fame as child actresses in television and film. Additionally, Olsen has an older brother, a younger half-brother, and a younger half-sister. (5) Her parents split up in 1996. [6]

Martha Marcy May Marlene (2011) marked Olsen's feature film debut. After its debut at the Sundance Film Festival, both the film and her performance were met with widespread critical acclaim. [15][16] Olsen earned several award nominations for her portrayal of the titular Martha, a young woman suffering from delusions after fleeing her life in a cult and returning to her family,[15][17] including those for the Critics' Choice Movie Award for Best Actress and the Independent Spirit Award for Best Female Lead [16] She claimed that her own curiosity about mental illness had piqued her interest in the protagonist. Afterwards, [14] Olsen was in the critically acclaimed horror film Silent House. Released in 2012[19] alongside Martha Marcy May Marlene's premiere at the Sundance Film Festival, [18] she also starred in the thriller Red Lights and the comedy Liberal Arts that year. [20]

In the 2015 biopic I Saw the Light, directed by Marc Abraham, Olsen portrayed Audrey Williams, the wife, manager, and duet partner of singer Hank Williams, played by Tom Hiddleston. In August of 2017, she starred in two critically acclaimed films, Wind River (about a rookie FBI agent) and Ingrid Goes West (about a social media influencer). [42][43][44]Vulture ' Critics had mixed reactions to Olsen's performance in Ingrid Goes West, with Peter Travers of Rolling Stone calling it "toxic perfection" and David Edelstein criticizing her "incongruously high-schoolish demeanor" in Wind River.[45] Her next film role was as a caregiver to Ed Harris's photographer character in the Netflix film Kodachrome. In the Facebook Watch web series Sorry for Your Loss, which premiered in September 2018, Olsen played the role of a young widow named Leigh Shaw and served as executive producer. In the three years it took to create the series, she was able to fully immerse herself in Shaw's impulses, she said [48]. Critics were generally favorable toward the series [49], and Olsen's performance was praised as "stunning," "disciplined and sharp," and "slyly sympathetic," earning her a nomination for the Critics' Choice Television Award for Best Actress in a Drama Series [51]. After two seasons, the show was canceled in January of 2020 (see reference number 54). [55]

Olsen claims that she became an atheist at the age of 13 due to her belief that "religion should be about community and having a place to go in prayer, not something that should determine women's freedoms." After relocating to New York, she pursued and obtained a real estate license. Olsen is a brand ambassador for Bobbi Brown Cosmetics, which is referenced in the following sentence: From 2011 until 2014, she dated actor Boyd Holbrook. [67]

Robbie Arnett, of the American band Milo Greene, and Olsen have been engaged since July 2019. Before the COVID-19 pandemic, the couple eloped and married in secret. [68][69] She shares a home with Arnett in the Los Angeles area. They collaborated on a children's book titled Hattie Harmony and the Worry Detective, which came out in June of 2022. [72]

  1. ^ Alyssa Newcomb (April22, 2021). "Elizabeth Olsen admits that she once considered changing her last name because of its notoriety." Today Retrieved April 22, 2021, from the original archive. Retrieved April 22, 2021
  2. ^ "Famous people born on this date in February" AP: The Associated Press1 On Friday, February 15th, 2019 On April 21, 2021, the original version of this article will be made available on the Internet. Retrieved 15 January 2021
  3. ^ John Patterson, September 14, 2021 "Elizabeth Olsen: 'I never got a job because of my sisters'"There was a headline once that read, "Elizabeth Olsen: 'I never got a job because of my sisters.'" A.K.A. The Watchman Published initially on August 9, 2017 Retrieved April 22, 2021
  4. ^ (Jay) Mathews, (February 3, 1991) The adage "less is more" American Newspaper Known as "The Post" This version was archived on March 15, 2019, at the original location. Retrieved April 22, 2021
  5. ^ a b c d Leah Rozen (2011-10-11). A Different Olsen Sister Steals the Show New York's Timely Paper To be found at the original June 16th, 2019 archived version Retrieved In honor of the 16th of October! 2020
  6. ^ (Tauber, Michelle) May 3, 2004 "Two Cool" People This version was archived from the June 12, 2018 original. Retrieved Wednesday, November 21st, 2016
  7. ^ On January 14, 2021, Lavin, Will "Elizabeth Olsen says it was very scary" to have the paparazzi following you around when you were a kid. NME To be archived on January 27th, 2021 Retrieved May 22, 2021
  8. ^ a b c d On October 23, 2011, Pam Grady wrote for the New York Times. "Elizabeth Olsen, a woman torn between two cultures" The Chronicle of San Francisco To be archived as of February 4, 2021 Retrieved May 21, 2021
  9. ^ a b Stephanie Eckardt (April 22nd, 2021). For fear of being confused with her sisters, Elizabeth Olsen considered legally changing her name. W Date of original publication: April 22, 2021 Retrieved May 22, 2021
  10. ^ (Mandi Bierly, September 3, 2010) The younger Olsen sister, Elizabeth, has become a household name. Pop Culture Weekly Date of original archive: February 9, 2021 Retrieved Five December 2011
  11. ^ Authors: Malkin, Marc, and Malec, Brett (October 6, 2011). Elizabeth Olsen nearly left the acting industry because of her sisters Mary-Kate and Ashley. E! To be found at the original URL on August 29, 2017 Retrieved June 17, 2013
  12. ^ Jeanie Pyun and the THR Staff "An Insider's Look at Los Angeles' Top Private Schools" A Report From Hollywood Retrieved May 20, 2021, from the original archive. Retrieved May 28, 2021 The three Olsen sisters, Dakota and Elle Fanning, and the cast of Modern Family are all graduates. ' Denzel Washington has sent his children to s Ariel Winter.
  13. ^ On February 20th, 2014, Susan King wrote: "Elizabeth Olsen gets an adrenaline rush while keeping things 'In Secret'" The Times (Los Angeles) This version was archived from the original on September 25, 2016. Retrieved May 20, 2021
  14. ^ a b Stacy Wilson Hunt (January 21, 2011). Elizabeth Olsen discusses her experiences with "Martha Marcy May Marlene," "Silent House," and working with Mary-Kate and Ashley in an interview published by SUNDANCE. A Report From Hollywood Date of original archive: May 21, 2021 Retrieved May 21, 2021
  15. ^ a b Elizabeth Greenwood (January 18, 2012) Now We Have Two Troubled Film Stars the Audience Isn't Supposed to Ogle" Atlantic Ocean The original version was archived on August 7th, 2020. Retrieved October 16th, 2020
  16. ^ a b c In a Kit, Zorianna (2012-03-09). After the death of Martha Marcy May, Elizabeth Olsen reflects on her life. Reuters Date of original publication: October 16, 2020 Retrieved October 16th, 2020
  17. ^ For example: Crowley, Evelyn (January 24, 2012). Elizabeth Olsen Dishes on the Media, the Red Carpet, and Sundance Vogue Date of original publication: August 14, 2020 Retrieved May 21, 2021
  18. ^ There are five essential facts about Elizabeth Olsen that you must know. Instances of The Hollywood Reporter1 Day of the Year 2011: January 24 When first published online (February 28, 2021) Retrieved Friday, December 5 2011
  19. ^ a b In the words of Nigel M. Smith (March 8, 2021) "Elizabeth Olsen on 'Silent House' and How Life Has Changed Post-'Martha'"'Elizabeth Olsen on 'Silent House' and Life After 'Martha'' IndieWire Date of original publication: February 26, 2021 Retrieved May 21, 2021
  20. ^ a b c Robbie Collin (2012-10-4) Elizabeth Olsen is the ambitious younger sister. Newspaper: The Daily Telegraph1 Date of original archive: May 21, 2021 Retrieved May 21, 2021
  21. ^ a b Written by Nancy Tartaglione and published on January 7th, 2013 Elizabeth Olsen and Juno Temple Among BAFTA Rising Star Award Nominees Hollywood's Last Chance Date of original publication: August 13, 2014 Retrieved May 21, 2021
  22. ^ a b Betsy Sharkey (2013-10-16). "Review: Death and the Beats' birth drive 'Kill Your Darlings'"Review of "Kill Your Darlings," which is driven by death and the birth of the Beat Generation. Daily News of Los Angeles Date of original publication: October 16, 2020 Retrieved Thursday, October 16th, 2010 2020
  23. ^ a b Posted by Emma Brown on November 25th, 2013 "New Girl" Interview This version was archived from the original on January 23, 2021 Retrieved May 28, 2021
  24. ^ a b According to Ben Brantley's October 16th, 2013 article "'Romeo & Juliet' With a Twist at Classic Stage Company"Classic Stage Company Presents a New Take on 'Romeo and Juliet'" New York's Timely Paper Date of original publication: November 14, 2020 Retrieved May 21, 2021
  25. ^ a b Andrea Seikaly February 7, 2014 "Elizabeth Olsen, Jessica Lange Fete 'In Secret'"According to the article, "Elizabeth Olsen and Jessica Lange Celebrate 'In Secret,'" Variety To be archived on February 25th, 2021 Retrieved May 20, 2021
  26. ^ a b Anna Silman May 16th, 2014 Roundup Review: Bryan Cranston's Wig Is One of Godzilla's Most Terrifying Elements Vulture In the original version from February 3, 2021 Retrieved May 21, 2021
  27. ^ Author: Fleming, Michael, Jr. (March 10, 2015) "'Godzilla's Profit In 2014: Legendary Dinged By Distribution Fee"For more on Godzilla's financial success in 2014, read "Godzilla's Profit in 2014: Legendary Dinged by Distribution Fee." Hollywood's Last Chance Date of original upload: February 7, 2021 Retrieved May 21, 2021
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  29. ^ According to the work of Duboff, Josh (7 August 2017). How Elizabeth Olsen Keeps Her Enviablely Low-Key Life and Career Under Wraps An Issue of Vanity Fair1 November 30, 2020 Archive Original Retrieved May 21, 2021
  30. ^ a b Ashley Lee May 1st 2015 "'Avengers: Age of Ultron' Review: What the Critics Are Saying"Review of "Avengers: Age of Ultron" by Critics Instances of The Hollywood Reporter1 Archive.org date: May 20, 2021 Retrieved May 20, 2021
  31. ^ a b Ryan Leston, 05-11-2022 Article: "Doctor Strange 2: Elizabeth Olsen on Being 'Frustrated' by Lost Opportunities due to MCU" IGN When first published online on May 12, 2022 Retrieved May 12, 2022
  32. ^ a b On January19, 2021, Zack Sharf published. "Elizabeth Olsen Explains Scarlet Witch's Changing Accent, from 'Age of Ultron' to 'WandaVision'""Elizabeth Olsen Discusses the Evolution of Scarlet Witch's Dialect from 'Age of Ultron' to 'WandaVision'" IndieWire It was originally posted on February 5, 2021, and has since been archived. Retrieved May 20, 2021
  33. ^ According to Alex Abad-Santos (April 28, 2015) Scarlet Witch's tragic origin story, leading up to her big screen debut in Avengers: Age of Ultron. Vox Date of original archive: January 26, 2021 Retrieved May 20, 2021
  34. ^ a b Joseph C. Lin (April 7, 2014) "Easter Eggs, Trivia, and Allusions in Captain America: The Winter Soldier" Time Date of original publication: March 13, 2021 Retrieved May 12, 2022
  35. ^ a b Posted by Scarlett Russell on April 1st, 2016 in Books A relationship between Scarlet Witch and Vision is hinted at by Elizabeth Olsen in Captain America: Civil War. Electronic Spionage It will be archived on May 7, 2021. Retrieved March 4, 2021
  36. ^ a b Chelsea Ritschel (2018-04-28) For example: "Elizabeth Olsen wishes her Avengers costume hid more of her cleavage." The Unbiased Date of original archive: January 10, 2021 Retrieved March 4, 2021
  37. ^ a b According to Rachel Yang (April 24th, 2019) According to Elizabeth Olsen, the 1950s are the setting for the Disney series WandaVision. Variety The original version was archived on January 21, 2021. Retrieved May 21, 2021
  38. ^ For example: Buczak, Lizzie (March 14, 2021). "'Avatar' overtakes 'Avengers: Endgame' to reclaim throne of top-grossing film of all time""'Avatar' regains top-grossing film of all time, surpassing 'Avengers: Endgame'" Audacy Date of original archive: May 19, 2021 Retrieved March 20, 2021
  39. ^ (Leah) Simpson (2021-06-10). Who is the wealthiest Olsen sister? Mary-Kate and Ashley, the Full House twins, have a combined fortune of US$500 million. But don't forget about Elizabeth, the Marvel star. Publication of the South China Morning News Date of original publication: May 12, 2022 Retrieved May 12, 2022
  40. ^ Date: April 22, 2021 Day, Nate Elizabeth Olsen almost changed her surname when she first started acting. Fox News Date of original publication: April 22, 2021 Retrieved May 20, 2021
  41. ^ a b "Tom Hiddleston and Elizabeth Olsen Discuss the Scarlet Witch vs. Loki Showdown in the 'Avengers' at TIFF 2015" A Report From Hollywood Wednesday, September 16, 2015 Saved as a copy in the original format on May 20, 2021 Retrieved May 20, 2021
  42. ^ a b c According to Amy Kaufman's July 28th, 2017 article "Elizabeth Olsen does double duty in 'Wind River' and 'Ingrid Goes West'"In both "Wind River" and "Ingrid Goes West," Elizabeth Olsen plays multiple roles. LA Times On August 14, 2017, we archived the original version of this article. Retrieved August 15, 2017
  43. ^ On August 13, 2017, Jeremy Fuster wrote an article for the New York Times. "'Ingrid Goes West' Goes Through The Roof at Indie Box Office"The Independent Film Box Office Takes Off for 'Ingrid Goes West' TheWrap Accessed February 6, 2020 from the original archive. Retrieved July 10, 2021
  44. ^ Scott Simon (2017-12-02) Elizabeth Olsen is promoting her new film Wind River for the Academy Awards without Harvey Weinstein. NPR Date of original publication: November 10, 2020 Retrieved February 12th, 2020
  45. ^ According to David Edelstein (2017-08-03) "'Wind River' is Overwritten, but Has a Crazy-Powerful Ending""Wind River's Overwritten, but Insanely Powerful Conclusion" Vulture Date of original publication: November 12, 2020 Retrieved May 22, 2021
  46. ^ (Peter Travers) The New York Times (August 9, 2017). "'Ingrid Goes West' Review: Aubrey Plaza Goes Crazy in Social-Media Satire"An evaluation of the film "Ingrid Goes West," subtitled "Aubrey Plaza Goes Nuts in Social-Media Satire." Stone, Rolling In the original form since 1 July 2020. Retrieved May 22, 2021
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  48. ^ Sherry Li (September 17, 2018) When promoting Sorry For Your Loss, Elizabeth Olsen cited Facebook's Sheryl Sandberg. Media for Amusement: EW Date of original publication: July 18, 2019 Retrieved 12 February 2020
  49. ^ Libby Hill (2019-05-13). "'Sorry For Your Loss': Elizabeth Olsen Derives Beauty From Bereavement"I'm Sorry For Your Loss: Elizabeth Olsen Finds Strength In Tragedy" IndieWire Accessed on March 14, 2021 from the original archive. Retrieved October 3, 2021
  50. ^ a b c (2019, October 11) Shattuck, Kathryn. Grief, the Scarlet Witch, and Elizabeth Olsen's Next Life. New York Times Date of original publication: December 7, 2020 Retrieved May 22, 2021
  51. ^ a b Allison Crist (2019-01-13). "Roma," "Americans," and "Mrs. Maisel" Win Big at the Critics' Choice Awards" Journal of the Motion Picture Industry This version was archived on January 14, 2019 Retrieved It's the 13th of January. 2019
  52. ^ Article by Sonia Saraiya published on September 18, 2018 An Insightful Elizabeth Olsen in Facebook's "Sorry for Your Loss" Style Magazine Published initially on September 19, 2020 Retrieved February 12th, 2020
  53. ^ According to Baldwin, Kristen (2018-09-08). Sorry for Your Loss, starring Elizabeth Olsen, is a shrewd look at a widow with a dark side, according to EW. In this issue of EW This version was archived from the original on December 17, 2019. Retrieved 12 February 2020
  54. ^ Framke, Caroline. (2018-09-08). Facebook Watch's "Sorry for Your Loss" Gets a Good Review Variety Saved in its original form on December 21, 2019 Retrieved As of the 12th of February, 2020
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  65. ^ Ms. Caroline Ryder Cover story interview with Elizabeth Olsen for Dazed & Confused. Date of original publication: August 8, 2019 Retrieved August 8, 2019
  66. ^ Author: Hirschberg, Lynn (August 17, 2021). Elizabeth Olsen, like Wanda Maximoff, takes solace in reruns. W When first published online on July 1, 2022 Retrieved June 28, 2022
  67. ^ Published: Claudia Harmata, August 5, 2019 "Elizabeth Olsen Shows Off Her Giant Emerald Engagement Ring While Out with Fiancé Robbie Arnett" People This version was archived from the original on January 12, 2021. Retrieved In honor of the 16th of October! 2020
  68. ^ Claire Lampen (6/8/2021). "Elizabeth Olsen Might Drop Marital News" The Cut Date of original archive: June 9, 2021 Retrieved June 9, 2021
  69. ^ Written by Alexia Fernandez for the 30th of July, 2019. Elizabeth Olsen, it seems, has gotten engaged to musician Robbie Arnett. People To be found at its original location on July 31, 2019 Retrieved July 30, 2019
  70. ^ Posted by: Jennifer Juneau on June 29, 2022 "Elizabeth Olsen Confirms She and Robbie Arnett 'Eloped' and 'Had a Wedding at Another Time'"Elizabeth Olsen has spoken out about her and Robbie Arnett's secret wedding, saying that they "eloped" and "had a wedding at another time." People Saved as a copy on June 29, 2022 Retrieved July 1, 2022
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  72. ^ According to Jeremy Dick (1922-06-19), Hattie Harmony, Worry Detective, Elizabeth Olsen's New Children's Book MovieWeb The original version was archived on June 21st, 2022. Retrieved June 28, 2022
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