Olivia Wilde. biography
Born Olivia Jane Cockburn on March 10, 1984, in New York City, Olivia Wilde made her Hollywood debut in the short-lived TV series Skin (2003-2004) prior to appearing in the dramedy The Girl Next Door (2004).
Olivia eventually caught the attention of the entertainment industry when she assumed the role of the bisexual character Alex Kelly in the hit TV series The O.C. (2004-2005).
Once her time on The O.C. set came to an end in 2005, Olivia continued to appear in several memorable films, including the critically acclaimed dramedy Conversations with Other Women (2005), the biopic crime drama Alpha Dog (2006) alongside Emile Hirsch, and the thriller Turistas (2006).
In 2007, the upcoming actress landed her first starring role in the crime drama The Death and Life of Bobby Z alongside Paul Walker before landing a reoccurring as Dr. Remy ‘Thirteen’ Hadley in the TV series House M.D. (2007-2012). She then appeared next to Russell Crowe in the crime flick The Next Three Days (2010) and Jeff Bridges in the sci-fi blockbuster TRON: Legacy (2010).
Olivia went on to increase her celebrity status with starring roles opposite numerous prominent actors such as Daniel Craig in the sci-fi thriller Cowboys & Aliens (2011), Jason Bateman in the comedy The Change-Up (2011), Bradley Cooper in the romance drama The Words (2012), and Eric Bana in the thriller Deadfall (2012).
The rising starlet’s most recent projects include, the dramedy The Longest Week (2013) with Jason Bateman, the comedy The Incredible Burt Wonderstone (2013) alongside Jim Carrey, the dramedy Drinking Buddies (2013) with Anna Kendrick, the dramedy Better Living Through Chemistry (2013) alongside Sam Rockwell, the biopic drama Rush (2013) opposite Chris Hemsworth, the drama Black Dog, Red Dog (2013) with James Franco, the romance drama Third Person (2013) alongside Mila Kunis, the dramedy Her (2013), the comedy Squirrels to the Nuts (2014) with Jennifer Aniston (2014), the thriller Reawakening (release date unknown), the comedy Relanxious (2013) alongside Jason Sudeikis, and the 2014 sequel to the sci-fi flick TRON: Legacy.
Olivia Wilder Boyfriend & Dating History Timeline
June 2003 – February 2011
At the age of 19, Olivia and Italian filmmaker Tao Ruspoli tied the knot on June 7, 2003, in an abandoned school bus – according to the starlet. However, the two later filed for divorce on March 3, 2011, citing irreconcilable differences.
January 2011 – January 2011
Olivia and fellow actor Ryan Gosling were rumored to be dating after they were seen getting “lovey-dovey” during the time he was filming The Ideas of March, but the romance was short-lived.
April 2011 – April 2011
Despite being spotted getting nice and cozy in the Hollywood club The Roxbury, Olivia and Justin Timberlake’s relationship never came into existence.
June 2011 – June 2011
Dating rumors surrounding Olivia and Bradley Cooper began popping up in the early 2011, but it was never confirmed.
June 2011 – June 2011
After Olivia was caught canoodling with Jake Gyllenhaal at Los Angeles’ Chateau Marmont, many assumed the two were dating. The two, however, never engaged in a relationship.
December 2011 – Present
Olivia and Jason Sudeikis quietly began dating in December 2011, followed closely by engagement rumors, which the two adamantly denied. On January 13, 2013, however, Olivia announced they were indeed engaged via Twitter.