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Talented OLIVIA WILDE (Hannah) recently wrapped production on the Warner Bros. comedy, "The Incredible Burt Wonderstone.” On the drama/action front, Wilde is set to star as Suzy Miller in Ron Howard's "Rush,” a Formula One drama about the rivalry between drivers Niki Lauda (Daniel Brühl) and James Hunt (Chris Hemsworth.) She is currently in production on "Better Living Through Chemistry” opposite Sam Rockwell.

Last summer, Wilde starred as the mysterious Ella opposite Daniel Craig and Harrison Ford in the Jon Favreau– directed film, "Cowboys & Aliens.” In "The Change-Up” she starred opposite Ryan Reynolds and Jason Bateman. Previously, Wilde starred as Jeff Bridges' trusted friend and protector Quorra, in the 3D futuristic blockbuster, "TRON: Legacy.”

Among her upcoming projects, Wilde plays Danielle in "The Words,” directed by Brian Klugman and Lee Sternthal, which sold to CBS Films at Sundance this year. Additionally, she stars in Stefan Ruzowitzky's "Deadfall,” which premiered at Tribeca in April. In the summer of 2011, Wilde made her writing and directing debut for Glamour Magazine's short film series titled "Free Hugs.”

Raised by parents, who are award-winning journalists and documentary filmmakers, Wilde was inspired to explore the documentary field on her own as well. One of her latest projects includes executive producing the simultaneously uplifting and heartbreaking short "Sun City Picture House,” which follows a community in Haiti that rallies to build a movie theater after the disastrous 2010 earthquake. It premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival, won the audience award at the Maui Film Festival and will next be included in the Docuweeks screening series. Wilde's documentary "Baseball in the Time of Cholera” also premiered at Tribeca and received a special jury mention.

Wilde is known for her portrayal of Dr. Thirteen on the Emmy® and Golden Globe®– winning TV series "House.” She joined "House” in 2007 and last year departed the show after having been a part of numerous storylines.

Wilde's previous film credits include a cameo opposite Russell Crowe in the Paul Haggis drama "The Next Three Days”; opposite Jack Black in "Year One”; co-starring with Bruce Willis and Emile Hirsch in the Universal film "Alpha Dog”; "Bickford Schmeckler's Cool Ideas,” for which she won Best Actress at the Aspen Film Festival, and "Conversations With Other Women” opposite Helena Bonham Carter and Aaron Eckhart.

Her previous television roles include co-starring in the drama "The Black Donnellys,” created by Paul Haggis, "Skin” produced by Jerry Bruckheimer and a recurring role on the critically-acclaimed Fox series, "The O.C.” On stage, Wilde headlined "Beauty on the Vine” in the Epic Theater Center's Off-Broadway production. Wilde is a board member of Artists for Peace and Justice and sits on the foundation board of the ACLU of Southern California. She recently teamed up with two other APJ board members to launch a new chapter of the organization, Young Artists for Peace and Justice, which is dedicated to creating a movement in American high schools and colleges to contribute to the end of poverty by supporting education in the developing world.

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