Olivia Culpo Age, movies, Boyfriends, height, weight and More


Olivia Culpo

WIKI/BIO
Name Olivia Frances Culpo
Profession Actress, Model
Nickname Olivia
Physical Measurements
Body Measurements 32-25-35
Eye Color Dark Brown
Hair Color Dark Brown
Height 5′ 5.5” feet
Weight 52 Kg
Basic Details
Age 27
Parents Father– Peter Culpo
Mother Susan
Siblings  She has four siblings
Date Of Birth May 08, 1992
Nationality American
Zodiac Sign Taurus
Dress Size  2 US
Shoe size  9 US
School St. Mary Academy – Bay View
College Boston University
Children None
Hometown Rhode Island, U.S.
Food Type Non-Veg
Build Slim
Religion Christian
Net Worth  $0.6 million (2018)
Cars N/A
Love and Affairs
Boyfriends
  • Tim Tebow (2015)
  • Nick Jonas (2013-2015)
  • Ryan Lochte (2012)
Marital Status Unmarried
Spouse None
Olivia Culpo

MOVIES:

  • The Other Woman(2014)
  • The Station Agent (2003)
  • American Satan (2017)
  • Tired Lungs(2018)
  • Reprisal(2018)

 

Facts:

  • Her Debut film was The other woman in 2014.
  • She won Miss USA 2012 and after which she won Miss Universe 2012.
  • Her favorite Junk food Dunkin Donuts and Her favorite Actor is Tom Hanks.
  • Her both parents are musician and she is one herself, her speciality is Chello.
  • She wants to be like  Audrey Hepburn.
  • To maintain her body she does a lot of workout, 6 days a week, 3 days for cardio and other 3 days for weight lifting.

Quotes:

  • I was taught to value hard work. At the end of day, I’m just Olivia.
  • I tried putting teabags under my eyes because they say that the green tea – the caffeine – will help with under-eye bags and moisture. It worked! That’s a new tip.
  • I learned the importance of being confident. I think that at the end of the day, it’s not so much about what you look like – it’s really about the way that you feel. That resonates with people.
  • Heartbreak is hard, but you find more and more things to be grateful for every day.
  • I think that, if anything, the pageant is great for people who suffer from body issues. It’s all about being comfortable with what you’re given and what you have and being able to flaunt it without being insecure. It’s about empowering women, not making them feel weak or less.

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