As an actress and an activist, OLIVIA WILDE is a modern-day renaissance woman.
She effortlessly transitions from sharing the screen with renowned actors to
working alongside devoted doctors and teachers in Haitian refugee camps.
recently, Wilde wrapped production on Warner Bros. next staple comedy The
Incredible Burt Wonderstone and Ron Howard's Rush, a Formula One drama about the
rivalry between drivers Niki Lauda and James Hunt. Last summer Wilde starred in
the Jon Favreau-directed film Cowboys & Aliens, Universal's The Change Up and
the 3D futuristic blockbuster Tron: Legacy. Wilde next will be seen in the
Weinstein Company's quirky political satire Butter. Her previous film credits
include a cameo in the Paul Haggis' drama The Next Three Days, Year One, Alpha
Dog, Bickford Schmeckler's Cool Ideas and Conversations With Other Women. In the
summer of 2011, Wilde made her writing and directing debut for Glamour
Magazine's short film series titled Free Hugs. Wilde also played the memorable
character Dr. Thirteen in the TV series House. She joined the show in 2007 and
has been a part of numerous life-saving storylines. Other television roles
include co-starring in the drama The Black Donnelly's, Skin and a recurring role
on the critically-acclaimed FOX series The O.C.
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