Olivia Wilde (born March 10, 1984) is an American actress and filmmaker.
Olivia Wilde is a self-proclaimed coffee addict. According to Wilde, there’s a coffee place in Fort Greene, Brooklyn, called Bittersweet, and they have the world’s best almond milk. She loves their almond milk latte.
In 2017, the former Revlon ambassador signed on as a spokesperson with organic skincare brand True Botanicals and was given an equity stake in the company instead of a one-time cash deal.
Wilde says switching to organic skincare was a game-changer for not only her skin because she suffered from adult acne into her 30s but it the most consistent “healthy choice” she has made for her overall health.
“Your skin is your largest organ,” she says.
But she admits she’s not always perfect when it comes to sticking to wellness routines, like eating clean.
“I try to,” says Wilde, “but it’s all about balance.”
“I think anyone who’s ever had even a small period of their life where they clean up their act — first begin to eat healthy food and exercise and use natural products — they’ll always say … I feel my best. But sometimes it’s hard to sustain that lifestyle. You know it’s tricky for anybody to stay totally clean.”
Wilde says she tries to eat healthfully and avoid processed foods (it’s always her New Year’s resolution to get better), but can’t resist the occasional Coca-Cola. (“I really love it,” she says)
Olivia Wilde turned vegan when she was 12 years old but she is no longer vegan. During her pregnancy at age 29, Olivia moved into a pescetarian and continues to be so.
She does not have a regimented fitness routine either. As a New Yorker (she lives in New York City with her longtime partner actor Jason Sudeikis and two kids), she relies on walking. “We already walk more than people in a lot of other cities. But when you have an option to walk or take a car, walk if it’s an option. I’ll take the stairs.
“There’s often a way to [be active],” she says. “Rather than sitting at home and taking a call and doing a phone meeting, walk around. You could often incorporate activity into your life.”
Wilde has also dabbled in Transcendental Meditation. She trained at the David Lynch Foundation but says “I’m not consistent enough…. I want to get better at that.”