It is quite interesting that there is so much hype and interest over Olivia Wilde tattoos considering that they are pretty much close to nonexistent. Olivia is a newcomer who exploded on the scene in the early 2000s playing a few television and film parts.
She is most well known for playing in The O.C., and for her more recent role as Dr. Remy Hadley on House.
In addition to these television roles, she’s also played in Alpha Dog, The Girl Next Door, Turistas and she was a key model in 2004 for Abercrombie & Fitch. Still, no Olivia Wilde tattoos were reported. In 2009, she was even voted as number one on Maxim Magazine’s top 100 Hottest Women list.
In 2003, she was married on a school bus to Tao Ruspoli who is an Italian-American documentary filmmaker and son to a prince. The couple only had two people to witness their wedding and they chose this bizarre location because they couldn’t get any privacy elsewhere.
The only real piece on the short list of Olivia Wilde tattoos is one she wears on her lower back that no one has really seen. Olivia was a Wilde child who shaved off her hair in the seventh grade and had piercings by the time she turned 11. At the age of 13, she started (and ended) her list of Olivia Wilde tattoos with a small piece on her lower back that is rumored to be the name of her boyfriend at the time. Young love is truly something special! It is interesting that of all the photos she’s taken, there are no clear pictures of it. However, she says it’s there so it certainly must be.
There have been so many torn emotions and comments over the recent release of photos of the butterfly that was supposedly added to the list of Olivia Wilde tattoos. She wears a very colorful and quite large butterfly tattoo on her right bicep. Many fans felt it was tacky but sources suggest this oversized whimsical creature is a fake that she was wearing for a show.
Despite the fact that the list of Olivia Wilde tattoos is a bit disappointing, there are a lot of reasons to love her! She was recently voted the Sexiest Vegetarian for 2010 by PETA however, it should be noted that she is a vegan. She also supports the Environmental Media Association to help GREEN the television and film industry.
Olivia is a part of the Power Up Gambia campaign to provide medical clinics in West Africa with desperately needed solar panels and she is Co-executive Director for Artists for Peace and Justice to focus on education in Haiti. There may not be many Olivia Wilde tattoos to enjoy but there sure are a lot of reasons to become a fan.
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