Olivia Wilde is making the headlines today for her second directorial film, Don't Worry Darling. There's a renewed interest in the actress after the controversies her upcoming movie is experiencing.
But despite that, it can't be denied that Olivia Wilde is one of the most successful actors in the industry today. Not only that, though, she's also a director and producer. So, how much net worth has she amassed today with this success?
Olivia Wilde's Entertainment Credits
Wilde debuted on TV in 2003 in the Fox series Skin. She then made her way to the big screen through The Girl Next Door in 2004.
From there, she made several TV and movie projects left and right.
She was best known for her role as Remy "Thirteen" Hadley on another Fox series House. He then did the movies Tron: Legacy, The Change-Up, Cowboys & Aliens, and The Lazarus Effect.
With her incredible beauty, she has also appeared in a number of music videos, like Dashboard Confessional's "Stolen" and Drake's "Nice for What."
She also directed Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros' "No Love Like Yours" and Red Hot Chili Peppers' "Dark Necessities."
On the big screen, she directed the short films Free Hugs and Wake Up and her first feature film Booksmart.
She also made it on Broadway in 2017 in the production of 1984.
What's Next for Olivia Wilde and Her Net Worth
After directing her second feature film, Don't Worry Darling, Wilde is busy working on Perfect and an Untitled Sony/Marvel Project.
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Acting-wise, she will be next seen in Babylon, while she also works as an executive producer for another upcoming film, Perfect, per her IMDb page.
With all these as her credits, it's no surprise Wilde is now worth $25 million, per Celebrity Net Worth.
The Controversies Surrounding Olivia Wilde's Don't Worry Darling
A lot of talks have surrounded Wilde's upcoming movie Don't Worry Darling. Rumors emerge that she may have cheated on her ex, Jason Sudeikis, with her current beau Harry Styles.
She, too, is being pitted against the film's female lead Florence Pugh. There are also claims that she has mishandled Shia LaBeouf's exit from the movie, and Pugh has been distancing herself from the movie due to the attention the film's sex scenes have received.
These claims even result in a handful of internet memes. Media Matters, a progressive media watchdog, told VICE News that Wilde and related topics about her had generated the most interactions on Facebook since August 23.
"Right-leaning pages have posted over 300 times about Wilde and the movie, earning over 200,000 interactions," it said.
Why is that so? Experts revealed her being dragged and taunted was similar to the hate Amber Heard experienced online during her defamation trial against her ex-husband, Johnny Depp.
Despite that, Wilde seems to let it slide, focusing on her upcoming movie more.
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