Olivia Wilde, an accomplished American actress, is 5ft 7 (170.2 cm) and wears a shoe size 8 (US). Her shoe size in other systems is approximately EU 38-39 and UK 6 based on her US shoe size of 8.
For context, the average height of an American woman is approximately 5ft 4in (162.5 cm), making Olivia slightly taller than the average.
Olivia Wilde stands at 5 feet 7 inches (170.2 cm) tall, while Jason Sudeikis is taller with a height of 6 feet 0 inches (182.9 cm) (Credit: Silvia Elizabeth Pangaro / Shutterstock)
Olivia Wilde, with a height of 5 feet 7 inches (170.2 cm), is shorter than Jason Sudeikis, who stands at 6 feet 0 inches (182.9 cm). The Ted Lasso actor is approximately 5 inches (12.7 cm) taller than Olivia Wilde.
Olivia Wilde and Kaitlyn Dever both have a height of 5 feet 2 inches (157.5 cm). However, it’s worth noting that Olivia Wilde often appears taller on the red carpet thanks to her high heels. In contrast, Laura Dern stands at 5 feet 9.5 inches (176.5 cm) currently, though her peak height was 5 feet 10 inches (177.8 cm).
Olivia Wilde and Kaitlyn Dever are both 5 feet 2 inches tall, but Olivia Wilde often appears taller on the red carpet due to her high heels, while Laura Dern stands at 5 feet 9.5 inches currently, with a peak height of 5 feet 10 inches (Credit: DFree / Shutterstock)
Age Difference Between Olivia Wilde and Jason Sudeikis
Olivia Wilde was born on March 10, 1984, and Jason Sudeikis was born on September 18, 1975. This age difference makes Olivia Wilde about nine years younger than Jason Sudeikis.
Olivia Wilde poses nude and topless in a stunning campaign for True Botanicals (Credit: MEGA / WENN)
How much is Olivia Wilde worth?
Known for her exotic eyes and roles as Quorra in the 2010 Disney film Tron: Legacy and Remy Thirteen Hadley in the medical drama House, Olivia Wilde has a net worth of $10 million as of 2023.
Actress Olivia Wilde shows off her feet in black sandals at the “House” 100th episode party and NAMI charity celebration held at STK on January 21st, 2009, in Los Angeles, California (Credit: s_bukley / Shutterstock)
Olivia Wilde: Facts, Rumors, and Everything in Between
|How rich is Olivia Wilde?||Olivia Wilde is an American actress and director who has an estimated net worth of $10 million as of 2023.|
|Full Name:||Olivia Jane Cockburn|
|Born:||March 10, 1984, in New York, NY|
|Dating:||She married Prince Tao Ruspoli, an Italian filmmaker and musician, in 2003. They divorced in 2011.
They met in 2003 when she was 19 years old and he was 28 years old. They were married in a small ceremony in Italy. The couple had no children together.
In 2013, she became engaged to American comedian Jason Sudeikis. They ended their relationship in November 2020.
In January 2021, she began dating English singer-actor Harry Styles after meeting in November 2020 during the filming of Wilde's Don't Worry Darling.
|Kids:||She has two children with comedian Jason Sudeikis: a son born in 2014 (Otis Alexander Sudeikis) and a daughter born in 2016 (Daisy Josephine Sudeikis).|
|Weight:||Olivia Wilde's weight is rumored to be around 52 kilograms or 115 pounds.|
|Shoe Size:||Olivia Wilde wears a shoe size of 8 in the United States. In other sizing systems, her shoe size is approximately EU 38-39 and UK 6, based on her US shoe size of 8.|
|Is Olivia Wilde short?||No, Olivia Wilde, standing at 5ft 7 (170.2 cm), is not short compared to the average American woman.
In fact, she is slightly taller. The average height of an American woman is approximately 5ft 4in (162.5 cm). So, Olivia Wilde is about 3 inches taller than the average.
|Nationality:||She holds dual citizenship with Ireland and the United States|
|Source of Wealth:||Olivia Wilde has earned her wealth through her successful career in acting and directing.
She has starred in films such as "Tron: Legacy", "The Change-Up", and "Her", and she has directed films such as "Booksmart" and "Don't Worry Darling".
|Ethnicity/Race:||Olivia Wilde has a diverse heritage that includes English, Scottish, Northern Irish, Irish, German, and Manx roots. Additionally, she has 1/64th Sephardi Jewish ancestry.|
|What disease does Olivia Wilde have?||She played Dr. Remy "Thirteen" Hadley, a bisexual internist with Huntington's disease, on the Fox medical drama House. However, Olivia does not have the disease in real life.|
|How did Olivia Wilde and Harry Styles meet?||They met while she was directing him in the 2022 American psychological thriller film Don't Worry Darling.|
|Is Olivia Wilde vegan?||Yes, she became vegan when she was only 12-years-old.|
Thought-provoking Quotes by Olivia Wilde
“If you fall off a horse, you get back up. I am not a quitter.” – Olivia Wilde
“I’m a natural blonde, but I feel like a brunette.” – Olivia Wilde
Actress Olivia Wilde displays her feet in high heels at the 8th Annual Awards Season Diamond Fashion Show Preview hosted by the Diamond Information Center and InStyle held at The Beverly Hills Hotel on January 8, 2009, in Beverly Hills, California (Credit: s_bukley / Shutterstock)
“I have very high standards for every part of life – my work, my relationships, food, love. I can’t just pretend.” – Olivia Wilde
“I love kids with a passion I usually reserve for hot cheese, miniature chairs, and Prince concerts, but I feel no stress to reproduce simply because of a fear of withering eggs.” – Olivia Wilde
Olivia Wilde donned a captivating black turtleneck dress designed by Chloé with sleek rock platform boots crafted from supple black leather by Casadei at the Fashion Trust U.S. Awards 2023 at Goya Studios on March 21, 2023, in Los Angeles, California (Credit: DFree / Shutterstock)
“In my work in Haiti, I’ve seen the hugely positive effects that happen when people come together to build something in the middle of the most desperate situations.” – Olivia Wilde
“Believe it or not, I’m a big fan of patchouli oil. I know it’s not a universally liked fragrance. I usually combine it with other essential oils – I have many mixtures I like.” – Olivia Wilde
“If I could play drums like Patrick Carney or Taylor Hawkins, I’d be a really happy person.” – Olivia Wilde
Olivia Wilde dazzled in a polka-dotted Balmain dress at the 2023 Baby2Baby Gala Presented By Paul Mitchell, held at the Pacific Design Center on November 11, 2023, in West Hollywood, California (Credit: Media Punch / INSTARimages)
“It was helpful to have the confidence of youth that came from a lack of desperation. I thought, ‘If I don’t succeed, I’ll go back to school and study.'” – Olivia Wilde
“When I kiss a girl for a part, people think it’s sexy. But if two guys kiss, suddenly there’s a backlash. It’s a double standard.” – Olivia Wilde
“A good litmus test is that you should be comfortable with your significant other being present when you hang out with your friend.” – Olivia Wilde
“Seeing the energy of ‘SNL’ made me want to be a part of it. If that was a job, I thought, that was the job I wanted. That was my plan. Comedy.” – Olivia Wilde
“You’re going to change as you grow older, and that messes up a lot of relationships.” – Olivia Wilde
“I tend to go with a daytime look, pretty natural, but I always fill in my eyebrows – I hate if I leave the gym and my eyebrows aren’t done; I’m just very uncomfortable with myself.” – Olivia Wilde
“You really just have to love the process. I can’t tell you the amount of film sets I’ve been on where people are talking about Oscars in the middle of the production. It happens all the time.” – Olivia Wilde
“I’ve always been a fan of science fiction. My family, we all used to watch ‘Star Trek’ together, which is kind of a nerdy family activity.” – Olivia Wilde
“I’ve thought for a long time that my body type would have worked well in the ’70s. The idea that you could be a broad-shouldered, small-breasted woman and still wear really great outfits.” – Olivia Wilde
“I think my confidence has developed over the years in terms of the speed at which I will reveal how collaborative I want to be.” – Olivia Wilde
“When I was 28, I made this film called ‘Drinking Buddies’ that I starred in and produced, and we improvised the entire thing, and it was a complete exercise in freedom of expression in making something for only the purpose of making it, not for recognition or money or anything else, and it’s still my favorite thing I’ve ever done.” – Olivia Wilde
“At the end of your twenties, you realize you are inherently flawed, and that’s great, and that’s what makes you dynamic.” – Olivia Wilde
“It never occurred to me that some people were seen as wrong or even different.” – Olivia Wilde
“The thing that’s wonderful about social media is that we are able to give a voice to the voiceless and to help educate each other. I benefit from it as much as I provide those lessons.” – Olivia Wilde
“In a relationship I’m a very loving person, emotional and sensitive.” – Olivia Wilde
“I think that women are more sensitive to emotional infidelity than men. I think men are more scared of physical infidelity.” – Olivia Wilde
“In 2012, I see the potential for people to come together, huge moments of political and social engagement where elections are part of the strategy for change, but not the end goal and not the only thing that matters.” – Olivia Wilde
“I actually happened to be in Haiti right before the earthquake in 2010. I was there already with the organization I work with now, Artists for Peace and Justice, visiting the primary school that I had adopted, the Academy for Peace and Justice in Port-au-Prince. I came back, and within days, the earthquake happened.” – Olivia Wilde
“I trust work, directors – I don’t live in fear. All good experiences have come from trusting the universe. There is no other way to live or love. Otherwise, you create your own prison.” – Olivia Wilde
“I don’t own a scale, and Tao banned the word ‘fat’ from our house. If we eat too much, we say, ‘I feel clogged up.'” – Olivia Wilde
“I have a great pack of female friends, but I also have a lot of guy friends. I believe that platonic relationship is entirely possible.” – Olivia Wilde
“I actually think the subject of young divorce is pretty funny; I’d like to write a movie about it.” – Olivia Wilde
“Not everything has to be a couples’ event.” – Olivia Wilde
“At one point I thought changing my name might help with privacy, but that was before the Internet.” – Olivia Wilde
“I feel like fashion should not happen in the morning.” – Olivia Wilde
“I feel like the luckiest person on the planet. ‘Tron’ was such a departure for me.” – Olivia Wilde
“Mick Jagger has been an idol of mine since I was 10 years old. Through his music, he has taught me so much about rock n’ roll, but also about the blues and about the experience of live music, going to several Rolling Stones shows, growing up.” – Olivia Wilde
“Early on, I knew I had ideas, but I wasn’t sure when it was appropriate to bring them to the table, and I was so intimidated by these titans that I was working for. But it started around the time of ‘Tron,’ when I was really excited by the creative process and the prep that went into that. I spoke up often at those writing sessions.” – Olivia Wilde
“I’m proud to have played characters who’ve inspired people to live out loud, and I’m lucky to have reached an audience that’s been incredibly enthusiastic and supportive.” – Olivia Wilde
“I went to a very progressive elementary school where I was heavily educated in civil rights. I remember learning about Harvey Milk when I was in sixth or seventh grade and being so inspired.” – Olivia Wilde
“You realize when you’re pregnant how lucky you are to have access to medical care.” – Olivia Wilde
“Obviously, local elections are where you can make the most difference, but it’s great when everyone starts talking about what they believe in.” – Olivia Wilde
“My dad is Irish. I spent my childhood going back and forth between Ireland and America.” – Olivia Wilde
“Documentaries are a powerful and effective way of bridging the gap between worlds, breaking through to new audiences that wouldn’t otherwise be engaged – in essence, not preaching to the choir.” – Olivia Wilde
“I use the PhotoReady Foundation almost every day, and their lip glosses are fantastic.” – Olivia Wilde
“I do not tweeze my eyebrows. I’ve been letting them grow out for years. I try to fill them in wherever nature has abandoned me.” – Olivia Wilde
“I’m still a student of fashion, but I like hooking up with the people that really know how to make cool clothes.” – Olivia Wilde
“As you get older, you start to really ask questions like, ‘Is this the road I should be walking down?,’ because every decision seems more final, as you get older.” – Olivia Wilde
“I am a big music nerd.” – Olivia Wilde
“If a woman feels anchored to a man’s plans, she may start to resent him for the fun she’s worried she’s missing.” – Olivia Wilde
“Power tends to get confused with repression.” – Olivia Wilde
“I’ve always been a fan of science fiction.” – Olivia Wilde
“Mick Jagger has produced some great films and brought us stories about the music industry that have changed the way we think about how music is made. I never thought I would actually call him my boss, let alone meet Mick Jagger or have any reason to say my name in the same sentence as his.” – Olivia Wilde
“It’s interesting having a son. Someone told me that it’s good when you have a son first because when you have a daughter first and then a son, you think your son’s slow. A lot of parents freak out because they’ve seen a daughter progress so quickly, and they think their male child is, like, damaged. But boys are just naturally slow.” – Olivia Wilde
“I got a divorce, and I felt like I finally started my career. I started making movies and projects that I just really believed in.” – Olivia Wilde
“My parents were journalists and friends with writers, artists, and just a really interesting assortment of people, so I was exposed to all lifestyles from a young age.” – Olivia Wilde
“It’s not actually OK to just be apathetic about anything.” – Olivia Wilde
“I read so many things because a colleague or a friend will post something, and I’ll be able to learn a tremendous amount only because they drew attention to it. So I try to do that for others, and that’s the great thing about social media. It’s not always a narcissistic cesspool or waste of time.” – Olivia Wilde
“I’m in no way suggesting that my opinion matters more than anyone else’s, of course, but the only thing that bothers me is apathy. People that sit out of the process and complain about it, or pretend that politics isn’t a part of their everyday lives.” – Olivia Wilde
“This business is based on numbers, and the numbers show that it’s worth investing in female-driven and female-directed films.” – Olivia Wilde
“A lot of people assume that women of a certain age who are not unattractive have no excuse for not having a perfect life. But you can have emotional baggage that is dragging you down like cement blocks tied to your feet.” – Olivia Wilde
“I was a handful growing up.” – Olivia Wilde
“It’s so important to have that independence. You know it yourself: Everyone needs evenings of their own.” – Olivia Wilde
“I’m pretty low-key; you’ll often find me in jeans, a T-shirt and sweatshirt.” – Olivia Wilde
“When you’re a darker brunette and have pale skin like I do, it can wash you out a bit, so learning to contour is really helpful. I think you can be a bit more bold with eye makeup to define your eyes, and the same with lip colors – you can go for dark wine colors, which I love.” – Olivia Wilde
“I remember walking into drugstores when I was younger and seeing all the hair color boxes on the shelves and just being so in awe. Having the control to dye your hair and change your look is such a part of self-expression.” – Olivia Wilde
“When you’re a working actor and you’re happy to be one, you can’t focus all your energy on acting because you will go crazy. You have to focus as much energy as you can away from yourself.” – Olivia Wilde
“The mark of a good marriage is partnership and continuing to feel inspired by your spouse. I had that with Tao. But the end is not necessarily the tragedy. Staying in a relationship that is no longer working is the tragedy. Living unhappily – that’s the tragedy.” – Olivia Wilde
“Now I’m doing a film festival for kids and writing a script about a kidnapped journalist in Afghanistan.” – Olivia Wilde
“I’m now convinced that I’m a doctor. I mean, if someone says they have a pain, I’m like, ‘Well, that’s your spleen.'” – Olivia Wilde
“Inspiration is the key to everything.” – Olivia Wilde
“I grew up being told by my parents each time they went off to war that they may explode, so I needed to know how things like the gadgets in the kitchen worked.” – Olivia Wilde
“All actors should experience public failure.” – Olivia Wilde
“I wanted to be on ‘Saturday Night Live’ since I was ten.” – Olivia Wilde
“Weakness is something we don’t like to admit we have. We hold it against people, until we experience it, and then we feel more compassion for it.” – Olivia Wilde
“I guess for my skin, I clean it and moisturize and try to drink water. How boring is this though? I’m convinced that it comes from within. If you’re happy and healthy, it shows.” – Olivia Wilde
“I love eye makeup. I really like doing a cat eye, playing with liquid liners and different colors of liners, like emerald and deep blues, combining them with black.” – Olivia Wilde
“I think it’s very healthy to spend time alone. You need to know how to be alone and not be defined by another person.” – Olivia Wilde
“Only the really young are fearless, have the optimism, the romanticism to take unimaginable risks.” – Olivia Wilde
“I’m opening up my heart to the idea of dating. It’s funny – my friends would always come to me for romantic advice. I know nothing, and things have changed since I was dating in high school! I’m really trying hard to spend this time working on myself.” – Olivia Wilde
“There are so many young women in film school right now, and it’s just about foreign sales companies, domestic sales companies agreeing to finance films directed by and starring women.” – Olivia Wilde
“Fear of carbs, of gluten, of everything – we’ve distanced ourselves from the beauty of food, the art of it. It makes me sad when people say, ‘Oh, I don’t eat gluten. I don’t eat cheese. I don’t eat this. So I eat cardboard.'” – Olivia Wilde
“I love yoga and hiking – I think that’s the perfect combo.” – Olivia Wilde
“People have nervous tics they don’t know about, and I would advise asking around. Ask the casting director, ‘Is there something I’m doing?’ I would see people unconsciously rocking back and forth. I roll my lips. I bite my lips and roll them.” – Olivia Wilde
“I’m a natural blonde, but I feel like a brunette. I feel like people treat me now how I should be treated. People used to be shocked when I was blond, that I wasn’t stupid.” – Olivia Wilde
“So many people have said that to me, that what they really like about Alex is what she brings out in Marissa, and what this situation brings out in her, a hint of happiness and another side to her character.” – Olivia Wilde
“I enjoy getting gussied up for an event or date night.” – Olivia Wilde
“I got an internship with the casting director of The Girl Next Door. I would hold the clipboard and help them in their casting sessions and get them lunch.” – Olivia Wilde
“When you choose to be an actor, you are going against the odds.” – Olivia Wilde
“I went through a phase when I was 13 where I would only fall in love with people over the age of 19 or 20. I never had a real relationship with any of these people, but it was definitely the guy I wanted to hang out with and wanted to go on trips with. I would be like, ‘But, Daddy, he’s a musician!'” – Olivia Wilde
“If I’m left high and dry at the end of this wild journey, just taking it is a great feeling.” – Olivia Wilde
“It would be so depressing to be a model and not get to say a word. There’s no personality involved.” – Olivia Wilde
“When I first did theatre, I was always doing comedies; it was always my first love. But it wasn’t what I was picked for at first, for films and TV.” – Olivia Wilde
“What happens so often as an actor is that you retain the information about the scenes that you yourself shot and you obsess over certain scenes that you found the most challenging or interesting. The rest of the film kind of falls away in your memory or it fades a little bit.” – Olivia Wilde
“I shaved the back of my head once and did the asymmetrical hair.” – Olivia Wilde
“I think what ruins relationships and causes most fights is insecurity.” – Olivia Wilde
“I consider my education to be the first 10 years of my career.” – Olivia Wilde
“Once, in Australia, I ate 33 pancakes in 20 minutes, and I only did it because they said a girl could never enter the competition.” – Olivia Wilde
“I fell in love with theater there, and after graduation I moved to Los Angeles to pursue acting.” – Olivia Wilde
“I am so saddened and grossed out by young women who look like creepy, old aliens because of their new Barbie noses and lips. Is that a smile or a grimace?” – Olivia Wilde
“I used to experiment all the time with my hair color.” – Olivia Wilde
“But even if I’m left high and dry at the end of this wild journey, just taking it is a great feeling.” – Olivia Wilde
“Once I took a bus from my home in Maryland to Philadelphia to live on the streets with some musicians for a few weeks, and then my parents sent me to boarding school at Andover to shape me up.” – Olivia Wilde
“I used to play hooky from school so I could watch cooking shows.” – Olivia Wilde
“Many casting directors won’t hire aspiring actors because you might be burning some chick’s headshot under the table so she doesn’t get the part.” – Olivia Wilde
“People think that young people don’t care about things, but I think they do care; they just aren’t super interested in conforming to what older people think are the right way to do things.” – Olivia Wilde
“From a very early age, I made my decisions based on careers that I admire. The one thing that all the actresses I love have in common is that they have diversity in their careers.” – Olivia Wilde
“I was a tomboy and I didn’t have a bunch of brothers but I always wanted them and so I sort of adopted a few of my great friends to be my brother.” – Olivia Wilde
“I feel like the luckiest child in the world because I got to grow up in Ireland. In summer is when you really grow up. During the year, I would go back to the States, and all year long really couldn’t wait to get back to Ardmore.” – Olivia Wilde
“My parents said marrying was an optimistic thing to do in pessimistic times.” – Olivia Wilde
“If I have to draw attention away from some hormone-induced acne on my chin, I put on a lot of mascara.” – Olivia Wilde
“Oh God, to think that you only fall in love once in your entire life is such a depressing thought.” – Olivia Wilde
“It’s really kind of a luxury for an actor to have the opportunity to show such different types of characters. I actually left ‘Cowboys & Aliens’ and went straight into ‘The Change-Up.’ It was kind of a funny change of pace.” – Olivia Wilde
“Cleanses and products don’t make you look more beautiful. They certainly help, but if you reach contentment, you’re set. My makeup artist, Melanie Iglesias, couldn’t figure out why my skin looks so good. I think it’s because I’m happy!” – Olivia Wilde
“When I have really blonde hair, I usually go for a more natural look, wearing way less makeup.” – Olivia Wilde
“In human years I am 29. In actress years I’m the ripe, promising age of 18 to 35. That’s how it works here in Hollyweird.” – Olivia Wilde
“People assume actresses are afraid to get older; the truth is the roles get a whole lot more compelling once you’re too old to play dumb.” – Olivia Wilde
Olivia Wilde Rocks the Red Carpet in a Sexy Mesh Dress and Statement Heels
In April 2012, we spotted Olivia Wilde attending the premiere of her new movie, Deadfall, at the 2012 Tribeca Film Festival in New York City.
Actress Olivia Wilde in a Mason by Michelle Mason sleeveless peplum dress at the premiere of ‘Deadfall’ during the 2012 Tribeca Film Festival at BMCC Tribeca PAC on April 22, 2012, in New York City (Credit: PNP / WENN / Andres Otero)
For the event, Olivia wore a sexy mesh detailed Mason by Michelle Mason dress that featured quite an unforgiving below-the-knee hemline and capped it off with a chunky yet gloriously glam fringe and gold-detailed heels.
Olivia Wilde rocks Brian Atwood ‘Blanco’ platform sandals adorned with fringed details and gold chain accents (Credit: PNP / WENN / Andres Otero)
What do you think of Olivia’s look here? And what can you say about those stunning shoes?
We’re unsure about the hemline, but she seems to have pulled it off well enough to look gorgeous. The sandals, on the other hand, are definitely something.
It’s a pair from Brian Atwood, called the “Blanco” – an eclectic set that features 6.5-inch heels and platforms that run at about 2 inches thick, all covered in black suede and detailed with fringes plus some serious hardware on the vamp.
Brian Atwood Blanco Fringe and Chain Trimmed Suede Sandals, $1,665
You might as well grab her edgy black peplum dress to complete the look. This formfitting dress features a scoop neck and a shadow-striped knit yoke.
Mason by Michelle Mason Peplum Dress with Lace Inset, $561