Wednesday, July 21, 2010

Olivia Wilde Maxim 2009 Hottest Girl Olivia Wilde
Olivia Wilde - Introducing a Hot Girl

Olivia Wilde is a gorgeous, cat-eyed American/Irish actress with a strong journalistic heritage and one heck of a family name, who ranked #1 on the Maxim Hot 100 list of 2009.

Olivia Wilde Biography of a Hot Girl

Born Olivia Jane Cockburn (pronounced Co-burn), Olivia has a mother, Leslie Cockburn, who’s a producer on 60 Minutes and documentary filmmaker, American Casino, and a father, Andrew Cockburn, who’s an Irish journalist, documentarian and National Geographic contributor. Growing up, Olivia was educated at many highly regarded—read: expensive—schools: first Georgetown Day School in Washington, D.C., then Phillips Academy prep school in Andover, Massachusetts, then The Gaiety School of Acting in Dublin, Ireland (where classmates undoubtedly asked her, "Where are you from, why are you here…and would you care for a Guinness?").

Although accepted into a prestigious college, Olivia instead moved to LA to try acting. There she met flamenco guitarist and photographer Tao Ruspoli, the son of an Italian prince. After six months, Olivia married Tao, who is 8 years older. After initially working as a casting assistant, Olivia made her screen debut—albeit on the small screen—on 2003’s Skin, in which she played the Jewish daughter of a pornography king. How that didn’t take off, we’re still not sure, but it didn’t. Fortunately, that freed up Olivia to appear in films like the underrated The Girl Next Door (Elisha Cuthbert), the overrated Alpha Dog (Sharon Stone, Heather Wahlquist), in which Olivia shows off her flat little 32B mosquito bites in a bedroom scene near the end, and the not-really-rated-at-all Turistas (Melissa George, Beau Garrett). Olivia also had an awe-inspiring recurring role as bisexual Alex Kelly on The O.C. (Rachel Bilson, Mischa Barton), and she played almost the only female character on the failed NBC series The Black Donnellys — which, come to think of it, might be the reason it failed.

Little Olivia's victory over the more curvaceous and outrageous Megan Fox in the 2009 Maxim rankings caused some dissension in lad circles. But Megan already had endorsed the choice. In one of her characteristic flights of fancy Megan's "Megan Fox" character told GQ in 2008 that Olivia is "so sexy she makes me want to strangle a mountain ox." Returning serve, Olivia told the same magazine, “I came into my trailer at House the morning after that article came out and one of our writers had done an illustration on my mirror of a mountain ox saying, ‘Save me, save me. Please, Olivia, make out with Megan!’ ” Olivia graciously agreed, “Of course, anything I can do to save the mountain ox, I’m happy to do.”

Olivia Wilde has capitalized on that notoriety with more sexy pictorials, featuring teasing side peeks of her teeny titties and small butt, some less obviously photoshopped than those in Maxim.

In summer 2009, Olivia became the face of a perfume, Escada's petulantly named Desire Me. Done, but not because you sprayed on a fragrance. She was not the first member of her household to sell out. Three years earlier, one of Olivia and Tao's mixed breed dogs, Paco, was chosen as Old Navy's new spokescanine. They won a trip to, um, Los Angeles.

But Olivia also devotes some time to good works, including Power Up, Gambia, a charity that provides needed electricity for hospitals and other facilities in that impoverished country. With Paul Haggis and other Hollywood names, including fellow hotties Maria Bello and Charlize Theron, Olivia serves on the Advisory Board of Artists for Peace and Justice, which raises money for children's hospitals and clinics, schools and other badly needed projects in that devastated land.

Currently, Olivia is a regular on the highly rated television show "House," (Lisa Edelstein, Jennifer Morrison) as a young doctor nicknamed “Thirteen,” and in 2008 she starred in a movie directed by husband Tao Ruspoli, called Fix (2009). After bouncing around on the festival circuit, Fix had its New York premiere in November 2009.

Recently Olivia paid the rent by appearing in Year One (2009). Her next project saw its release delayed and its changed changed to One the Inside. She had nothing else in theaters immediately, because Olivia has been tied up with iterations of Tron. Even House fans were dismayed when long-time favorite Jennifer Morrison was dropped from the cast, a move some blamed on Olivia rather than poor decisions by Hugh Laurie and the show's creative team.

Against this background, Wilde plunged in the Maxim ratings, dropping all the way to 20th. On the bright side, those scores are roughly as credible as Rand Paul, but hopefully Wilde's future projects will offset the loss of any fan boys. Meanwhile, whatever her number, when it comes to Olivia Wilde, we still don't think there's anything to fix.


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