Lisa Olivia Munn (Oklahoma City, July 3, 1980) is an American actress, model, presenter, and writer. She began her career being credited as Lisa Munn. Since 2006 she has used the name Olivia Munn both personally and professionally.
Personal Information of Olivia Munn:
Birth Name: Lisa Olivia Munn
Date of Birth: Jul 3, 1980
Age: (40 age) 2020
Birth Place: American Flag Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, USA
Residence: Tokyo and Los Angeles Residence
Nationality: U.S. citizenship
Father Name: Winston Munn
Mother Name: Kim Muunn
Sibling: Four Brothers and Sisters
Height 1.63 m (5 ft 4 in)
Eyes Color: Chestnut brown
Hair Color: Black
Educated: Putnam City North High School
University: University of Oklahoma (Journalism)
Occupation: Actress, presenter, model
Active Years: since 2004
Early Life of Olivia Munn:
Lisa Olivia Munn was born in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Her mother, Kim Schmid, is of Chinese descent, and her father, Winston Munn, is of English, German and Irish descent.
His mother was born and raised in Vietnam, and emigrated to Oklahoma after the end of the Vietnam War in 1975. When Munn was two years old, his mother married again, this time to a man in the United States Air Force. United.
Although his family moved several times, Munn grew up primarily in Tokyo, Japan, where his stepfather was transferred. During this time, he appeared in various theatrical productions and later began modeling within the Japanese fashion industry.
His parents divorced and he returned to Oklahoma, where he attended Putnam City North High School, where he attended elementary and high school and met band bassist Hinder Mike Rodden, future Oklahoma Senator Daid Holt, and writer Aaron Goldfarb. She also attended the University of Oklahoma, specializing in journalism and minor studies of Japanese and dramatic arts.
Personal Life of Olivia Munn:
Olivia Munn was in a relationship with Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers from 2014 to 2017. She lives in Los Angeles, California, and New York City.
Munn is a black belt in taekwondo. Munn in November 2017, accused the film director, Brett Ratner, of repeatedly sexually harassing her over a period of several years.
Official Life of Olivia Munn:
Munn moved to Los Angeles to start an acting career. In 2004, she worked as a commentator for men’s soccer and women’s basketball. She later clarified that it was not a pleasant experience, explaining that “I was trying to be something that I was not and that made me feel uncomfortable on live television.”
Shortly after moving to Los Angeles, Munn was cast in a short horror film titled “Scaregrow Gone Wild.” She was featured in rock band Zebrahead’s music video for their song “Hello, Tomorrow,” as well as the love interest of bandleader Justin Mauriello. She currently has a supporting actress role on the HBO series The Newsroom.
Munn has done modeling campaigns for Nike, Pepsi, and Playboy. He appeared in the fall of 2006 (in September) on the cover of the American magazine Foam.
In August in Men’s Edge magazine, and featured in Complex magazine in November of that same year, where he later became a columnist. In February 2007 she appeared as “Babe of the Month” in Playboy completely naked, something she comments on in her book Suck it, Wonder Woman.
Munn was also featured in the July / August 2007 issue of Men’s Health. In September 2007, he reappeared in the Italian version of Vanity Fair magazine for its “Hot Young Hollywood” issue.
Munn appeared, again, in Men’s Health in the winter / spring 2009 issue. In the July / August 2009 issue as the girl on the cover of Playboy, and later on the cover of January 2010 and February 2011 at Maxim.
She could also be seen on the cover of FHM (issue of the magazine January 2012). That same year she was voted on by Maxim readers and placed second on the Hot Girl 100 list.
Her book Suck It, Wonder Woman: The Misadventures of a Hollywood Geek (ISBN 0-312-59105-5), was released on July 6, 2010. According to a critic, Olivia Munn offers in the book a picture of her life but without going deep into it.
Olivia is an ambassador for PETA, helping to promote anti-cruelty to animals, for example, in the fur business in China, which has had a huge controversy due to the inhumane methods of obtaining their furs and skins. It also supports UNICEF.
Movies List of Olivia Munn:
Scarecrow Gone Wild
National Lampoon’s Strip Poker
The Road to Canyon Lake
The Slammin’ Salmon
Iron Man 2
I Don’t Know How She Does It
Deliver Us from Evil
Ride Along 2
Office Christmas Party
The Lego Ninjago Movie
Love, Wedding, Repeat
Television Shows List of Olivia Munn:
Attack of the Show!
Beyond the Break
Dave Knoll Finds His Soul
Accidentally on Purpose
The Daily Show
The High Fructose Adventures
The High Fructose Adventures of Annoying Orange (Voice)