This is Olivia Wilde.

Olivia Wilde (born March 10, 1984) is an American actress and director. She is also known by her stage name, Olivia Jane Cockburn (KOH-brn;[3]).

Olivia Wilde, born Olivia Jane Cockburn (-brn;[3] March 10, 1984), is an American actress and filmmaker. She has appeared in Tron: Legacy (2010), Cowboys & Aliens (2011), The Incredible Burt Wonderstone (2013), and The Lazarus Effect (2015), and she played House)" target="_blank">Remy "Thirteen" Hadley on the medical-drama television series House (2007-2012). In 2017, Wilde made her Broadway debut in the role of Julia. She won the Independent Spirit Award for Best First Feature for her teen comedy Booksmart, which she directed in 2019. Don't Worry Darling, the second film Wilde directed, came out in 2022.

Early life

Born Olivia Jane Cockburn on March 10, 1984, in New York City, Wilde is known as a literary icon. She spent her formative years in the Georgetown area of Washington, D. C While spending the summers at Ardmore, Ireland, [6][7] She went to the exclusive Georgetown Day School in the nation's capital [8]. C in Andover, Massachusetts at Phillips Academy, from which he graduated in 2002 Wilde took her last name, Wilde, from the Irish writer Oscar Wilde[9] and began using it while still in high school as a tribute to the many pen names her relatives also used in the literary world. She was accepted to Bard University, but she put off attending on three separate occasions so that she could pursue an acting career instead. She attended the Gaiety Theatre Institute in Dublin afterward [11]. Wilde's family also temporarily resided in Guilford, Vermont (see [9]). citation needed[quote missing]

Andrew Cockburn, Wilde's father, was born in the London suburb of Willesden and was raised in Ireland. He is a British journalist. Leslie Cockburn (née Redlich) is the daughter of Leslie Cockburn, a producer and journalist for the American news program 60 Minutes. She is the middle child, with an older sister and a younger brother. Her great-grandfather, the British novelist Claud Cockburn, had three generations of journalists in his family: Alexander, Patrick, and Sarah Caudwell. The Cockburn family's tenant in Washington, D.C., was the author Christopher Hitchens. C ...and acted as Wilde's nanny [7]

At the height of the British Empire, some of Wilde's aristocratic Scottish paternal ancestors lived in many different places, including Peking (where her paternal grandfather was born), Calcutta, Bombay, Cairo, and Tasmania. Henry Cockburn, Lord Cockburn was a lawyer, judge, and author, and his family is the Cockburns. Henry Arthur Blake, a great-great-grandfather of Wilde's, was the governor of Hong Kong. During the War of 1812, Wilde's ancestor George Cockburn was responsible for setting fire to the nation's capital. [12][13][14] Wilde's great-great-great-grandfather, Ralph Bernal (1783-1854), was a British Whig politician and actor, so she also has English, German, Irish, and Manx ancestry. She is also 1/64th Sephardic Jewish through him. [16][17]

Career

Breakout, House, and Early Years, 2003-2012

In the short-lived TV series Skin (2003-2004), Wilde played the role of "Jewel Goldman." She rose to fame for her recurring role on The O.C. (2004-2005), a teen drama television series, as Alex Kelly, the bar's owner and a bisexual who dates Adam Brody and Mischa Barton. [18]

The Girl Next Door (2004), Conversations with Other Women (2005), Bickford Shmeckler's Cool Ideas (2006), Turistas (2006), and Alpha Dog (2006) are just a few of the films in which she has appeared.

Wilde at the December 2010 premiere of Tron: Legacy

She played three roles in the political thriller Beauty on the Vine, which she starred in off-Broadway in 2007. She also appeared in the 2007 film The Death and Life of Bobby Z and in the 2007 drama series The Black Donnellys, which lasted only one season. Wilde joined the cast of the hit television series House in September 2007. She portrayed bisexual internist House)" target="_blank">Remy "Thirteen" Hadley, who House chose to join his medical team despite suffering from Huntington's disease. The episode "The Right Stuff" marked her debut.

Wilde played Princess Inanna in the 2009 comedy film Year One. She played the role of Quorra in the 2010 Disney film Tron: Legacy. Wilde, whose parents won awards as journalists and documentary filmmakers, has served as executive producer on a number of short documentaries. One of these, Sun City Picture House (2010), is about a community in Haiti that comes together to build a movie theater after the devastating 2010 earthquake.

Wilde's departure from House was first reported in August 2011, and she officially left in the episode "Charity Case." Wilde starred as Ella Swensen in Cowboys & Aliens (2011), where she and other characters battle alien invaders, and in the comedy The Change-Up (2011), where she plays a similar role. She also appeared in the 2011 films In Time, On the Inside, and Butter. Wilde was featured in commercials for cosmetics company Revlon after signing on as their global brand ambassador in 2011. Free Hugs (2011), which Wilde directed and wrote for Glamour Magazine's short film series, was her festival debut.

In the final two episodes of the House series, "Holding On" and "Everybody Dies," which aired in May 2012, Wilde reprised his role as Remy "Thirteen" Hadley. Liza in the thriller Deadfall (2012), about two siblings who decide to fend for themselves in the wake of a botched casino heist and their unlikely reunion during another family's Thanksgiving celebration. In 2012, the PBS documentary Half the Sky: Turning Oppression into Opportunity for Women Worldwide, which was based on the book of the same name by Nicholas Kristof and Sheryl WuDunn, featured Wilde. It's a documentary series that follows Wilde as she explores the challenges that Kenyan women face in the city of Nairobi. She also directed the 2012 documentary short Baseball in the Time of Cholera, which focused on the cholera crisis in Haiti.

In the public eye and on Broadway from 2013 to 2018

Wilde (on the right) and the rest of the Her cast at the film's 2013 premiere.

Wilde penned a Glamour Magazine article titled "The Dos and Don'ts of Turning 30" in 2013. She starred in and served as an executive producer of the 2013 film Drinking Buddies [21]. In the 2013 film The Incredible Burt Wonderstone, she played the role of Jane, the assistant to the magician. In addition, she played Suzy Miller in the James Hunt and Niki Lauda biographical drama Rush (2013), and she was the lead in the critically acclaimed and award-winning film Her (2013). She is the executive producer of several short documentaries, including The Rider and the Storm (2013), which is about Timmy Brennan, a New York City ironworker from Breezy Point, Queens, who lost everything to Hurricane Sandy, and Body Team 12 (2015), which is about a group of New York City dancers who perform in a variety of styles. whose plot centers on the group tasked with recovering bodies during the peak of the Ebola pandemic After its premiere at the 2015 Tribeca Film Festival,[25] the film was deemed the best documentary short that year and was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Documentary (Short Subject) at the 88th Academy Awards. [26]

In Better Living Through Chemistry (2014), Wilde portrayed Elizabeth Roberts, a trophy wife customer who enters the life of a straight-laced pharmacist and takes him on a joyride involving sex, drugs, and possibly murder. She played Beatrice Fairbanks, the third member of a love triangle involving an affluent drifter and his best friend, in The Longest Week (2014). For H&M's Conscious Exclusive initiative in 2015, she served as the campaign's official ambassador ([27]). She played the role of Zoe, a medical researcher who is accidentally killed and then revived with a miraculous serum that has some unfortunate side effects, in the 2015 thriller The Lazarus Effect. Meadowland (2015), a drama Wilde starred in and produced, made its world premiere on April 17 at the Tribeca Film Festival in New York. She portrayed Eleanor in the 2015 film Love the Coopers. [30][31]

Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros enlisted Wilde and Morano as their director of photography and cinematographer in 2016 for a music video. She later directed a music video for the American rock band Red Hot Chili Peppers' song "Dark Necessities." Vinyl (2016) was an HBO rock 'n' roll drama series starring Wilde as Devon Finestra. The live table reading of Hannah and Her Sisters that Wilde directed for The New York Times in 2016 was also very well received. ' Theater in the Heart of It All In this scene, Wilde played Hannah. According to Wilde (see quote at [33]), Hannah and Her Sisters is "just a perfect script," and he believed that "an audience would enjoy having the chance to focus on the genius of the writing," which is what the Live Reads provide. A brand ambassador for Revlon until 2016, her contract expired in 2016.

2017 saw Wilde's Broadway debut as Julia in 1984. On June 22 (with previews beginning on May 18), it premiered at New York City's Hudson Theatre for a run that would end on October 8, 2017. Wilde joined the True Botanicals, a cosmetics and skin care company, in May 2017 as the chief brand activist. Canadian civilian Hanna Bohman, who has been fighting ISIS in Syria for the past three years as a volunteer, is the subject of Fear Us Women (2017), a short documentary by filmmaker Amy Davidson. Hanna provides an inside look at the women fighting for liberation in Syria as a member of the YPJ, an all-female Kurdish army. [37]

The 2018 SXSW red carpet premiere of A Vigilante, featuring Wilde

Wilde made an appearance in 2018's A Vigilante. On March 10th, 2018, it had its world debut at South by Southwest. The 29th of March, 2019 saw its release [39]. Wilde also had a leading role in the drama Life Itself that same year. The film opened on September 21, 2018, to poor reviews from critics and disappointing box office results. [42][43]

Since 2019 we have been expanding into the realm of filmmaking.

Booksmart,[44] a teen comedy Wilde directed, was released on May 24, 2019. Currently (as of the 27th of June, 2019)[update], it has a 97% "fresh" rating on Rotten Tomatoes based on 271 reviews from critics. As The Washington Post puts it, "[the film's] third act that builds into something beautiful and even transcendent bursts forth with Wilde's filmmaking skills in full force." "Nothing funnier, smarter, quicker, or more joyous has graced the big screen in a long time," wrote The Wall Street Journal, and "The Los Angeles Times" said it "leaves you feeling unaccountably hopeful for the state of humanity - and the state of American screen comedy too." At the 35th Annual Independent Spirit Awards held on February 8, 2020, the film was honored as "Best First Feature," earning the title "[46]." [47]

Next, in 2019, you can see Wilde as the late Kathy Scruggs, a reporter for the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, in Richard Jewell. [48] Some viewers took issue with the film because they believed it showed Scruggs offering to trade sex with an FBI agent in exchange for information. The editor-in-chief of The Atlanta-Journal Constitution called the incident depicted in the paper to express his displeasure with the publication. A group of newspaper workers insisted [50] that a clear disclaimer be included in the film stating that "some events were imagined for dramatic purposes and artistic license." There were claims that the movie normalized the sexist trope of women reporters having sexual encounters in exchange for exclusives. Wilde defended her part and claimed there was a sexist double standard because the character of FBI agent played by Jon Hamm was not subject to the same scrutiny. Wilde's character was based on a real person, according to commentators, but the FBI agent was a composite of various characters. [55] It was also claimed that the film's goal was to expose and condemn the character assassination of Jewell; however, in doing so, it committed the same character assassination of Scruggs. [53]

They released her Margaret Qualley-starring short film Wake Up in 2020 under her direction. Wilde directed and co-starred in Don't Worry Darling, an erotic psychological thriller set in the 1950s and starring Florence Pugh, Harry Styles, Gemma Chan, and Chris Pine, for New Line Cinema and written by Katie Silberman. [56] The film was released in 2022. A number of controversies occurred both on and off the set of the film, which attracted a lot of media attention [58][59]. To lukewarm and cold receptions, it debuted at the 79th Venice Film Festival [60]. Pugh's performance, the camerawork, and the production design were all praised, but the screenplay and direction were panned. Her voice was also heard as Lois Lane in the animated film DC League of Super-Pets that same year. [63]

She has been tapped to helm a number of upcoming feature films, including Perfect, a biopic about gymnast Kerri Strug for Searchlight Pictures[64], an untitled holiday-comedy film for Universal Pictures[65], and a female-centric superhero film for Sony Pictures' Marvel Cinematic Universe franchise. [66]

Activism

Interview with Wilde from January 2011's The Insider

Wilde endorsed then-Democratic presidential nominee Barack Obama in 2008, joining forces on the campaign trail with fellow actors Justin Long and Kal Penn, both of whom she worked with at the time on the hit show House. Wilde backed the 2008 youth voting group 18 in '08, according to a 67-word citation. She is on their advisory council, and she made an appearance in a PSA for the 2008 election that first aired on June 30, encouraging young people to cast ballots. [68]

She "defended" the rights of the healthcare insurance industry in a MoveOn.org parody PSA. Wilde's backing of the Fair Foods campaign earned him praise from the Coalition of Immokalee Workers, a union representing farmworkers. [70]

Wilde sits on the boards of the ACLU of Southern California and Artists for Peace and Justice, an organization that promotes health and education in Haiti[71]. Wilde works for RYOT, a Los Angeles-based media company, as an advocate and celebrity influencer. [72]

During a New York City rally for Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton on June 30, 2015, she served as the event's introductory speaker. [73] A public service announcement featuring Wilde and AnnaRose, a 19-year-old with Down syndrome from New Jersey, was released on March 21, 2016 in honor of World Down Syndrome Day. [74]

One of Wilde's most well-known qualities is her feminism. [75] In 2013, she was featured in a promotional video for Gucci's "Chime for Change" campaign, which aimed to bring attention to and financial support for causes related to women's access to education, health care, and legal representation. She went to the Women's March in Washington, D.C., in 2017 and the Women's March in Los Angeles, California, in 2018. [77]

Family and friends

In 2013, Wilde was in a relationship with actor Jason Sudeikis.

She wed Tao Ruspoli, an Italian filmmaker and musician, on June 7, 2003, when she was just 19 years old. They got hitched on a school bus in Washington, Virginia, in front of only two witnesses. [78][79] They were married in secret at the time, and she later said that they got married in an abandoned school bus because it was the only place they could be completely alone. She and Ruspoli announced their split on February 8, 2011. Wilde filed for divorce from her husband on March 3, 2011, citing irreconcilable differences, in Los Angeles County Superior Court. On September 29, 2011, [81] the divorce was finalized. Wilde did not file for alimony, and the couple settled their property dispute amicably. [82]

In November of 2011, Wilde started dating American actor and comedian Jason Sudeikis. Their January 2013 engagement was announced on page [83]. A son was born to them in 2014,[86] and a daughter followed in 2016. It was officially over between Sudeikis and Wilde in November of 2020 [87]. During her presentation of Don't Worry Darling at CinemaCon 2022, Wilde was publicly served with court documents pertaining to child custody, [88] which she had previously been able to view in private. [89]

After meeting on the set of "Don't Worry Darling" in January 2021, Wilde started dating Harry Styles. As of the month of November 2022, [90][91] they were no longer together. [92]

In 2013, Wilde identified as a pescetarian [[93]], despite having previously identified as a vegan and a vegetarian. 2010 PETA's Sexiest Vegetarian Celebrity Poll Winner [94] [95]

Nominations and honors

See also

  • Directory of female film and TV producers

References

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