Olivia Wilde is one Hollywood’s most prolific actresses, and that’s further exemplified by the fact that she has almost ten movies coming out within the next two years. Olivia started developing a niche following with her guest appearances on ‘The OC’, but it was ‘Tron: Legacy’ that showed her off to mainstream audiences and demonstrated that she could do action as well as comedy. She was arguably one of the best parts of that movie, which ended up failing the large expectations everyone had for it.
Despite that, Olivia quickly managed to create a niche for herself within certain types of comedies in Hollywood, and she will be back for the Tron sequel within the next couple of years. She’s also managed to land a deal with Revlon – but how is the shift from acting to modeling? She says, “I'm not a trained model and never wanted to be. I bring a character into a photoshoot. I'll think of a story - why I'm there, what I want - and that keeps my interest and brings an engaging expression, not an empty stare."
She also explains how she manages to stay so fit, saying that she prefers to do SoulCycle, a weighted cycle class. She says, “It's a 45-minute cardio workout and you get your weights in, too. I could never do a session of weights and 10,000 squats against a wall; that would drive me insane."
There’s no doubt that Olivia Wilde is one of the fittest actresses in Hollywood, and also one of the most engaging on screen. Despite her tendency to pick projects that don’t live up to their potential [both Tron and In Time are good examples of this], she should be around for a long, long time.