Olivia Wilde is a popular American actress, producer, and director. She has appeared in a number of television and film productions, including ‘The O.C.,’ ‘The Black Donnellys,’ and ‘Tron: Legacy.’ She lived in Washington D.C. during her formative years and then shifted to Massachusetts where she completed the rest of her education. This popular actress is best-known for her feline-like eyebrows, lean figure, and deep voice. She received international stardom after she appeared in television productions like ‘The O.C.’ and has since received a number of film and television roles. Some of her films include ‘Cowboys & Aliens,’ ‘In Time,’ ‘People Like Us,’ and ‘The Words.’ Despite making great progress on the big screen, she continues to hold more influence and power on television. She is actively involved in a number of humanitarian efforts and is a political activist as she is a contributing board member of ‘Artists for Peace and Justice.’ She was also a supporter of a youth voter organization called ‘18 in ’08.’ With her ravishing good looks and talent, Wilde has set the benchmark for a number of upcoming television and film artists.