Olivia Munn Bio
Lisa Olivia Munn, born on 3 July 1980 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, is an American actress and model. Her stepfather, a member of the United States Air Force, was stationed in Tokyo, Japan, where she was predominantly raised. There she appeared in local theatre productions and modelled for the Japanese fashion industry.
Back in the US, Olivia Munn graduated from the University of Oklahoma, where she majored in journalism and minored in Japanese and dramatic arts. She then worked as a television journalism intern, and moved to Los Angeles to pursue acting. In 2004 she made her screen debut in the direct-to-video horror film Scarecrow Gone Wild, and made her television debut, as the co-host of Attack of the Show!, in 2006.
As a model, Olivia Munn has booked modeling campaigns for Pepsi, Nike and Neutrogena. She has also featured in numerous magazines. On 6 July 2010 she released her book Suck It, Wonder Woman: The Misadventures of a Hollywood Geek.
Olivia Munn Personal Details
- Born Name: Lisa Olivia Munn
- Age (in 2017): 37
- Date of Birth: July 3, 1980
- Birthplace: Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
- Zodiac Sign: Cancer
- Occupation: Actress, Model
- Net worth: 11 Million
- Official Website: –
- Official Twitter: @oliviamunn
Olivia Munn Family Tree
- Husband name: Not married
- Girlfriend: Aaron Rodgers
- No children
- Father name: Winston Barrett Munn
- Mother name: Kimberly Schmid
- Siblings: Unknown
Olivia Munn Relationship History
Below is the relationship and dating history for Olivia Munn with her past and current boyfriend details.
Olivia Munn dated:
- Jamie Foxx (RUMOR)
- Brett Ratner (2003) (RUMOR)
- Bryan Greenberg (2007-December 2009)
- Chris Pine (October 2009-January 2010) – The pair never confirmed the romance, but they were photographed together several times, and insiders said they were “quite serious” from early in the relationship.
- Justin Timberlake (September 2010-October 2010) (RUMOR) – Us Weekly ran a cover story accusing Justin Timberlake of cheating on Jessica Biel Olivia Munn. Accoriding to the magazine the pair spent three days together in the Gansevoort Park Avenue hotel in NYC, and that Olivia Munn met Justin Timberlake at an event for MySpace.
- Matthew Morrison (February 2011-March 2011) (RUMOR) – Olivia Munn and Matthew Morrison were spotted kissing at a hockey game in New York.
- Brad Richards (November 2011-January 2012)
- Joel Kinnaman (December 2011-March 2014) – The couple made their public debut in March 2012 at the second season premiere of Joel Kinnaman’s show, The Killing.
- Aaron Rodgers (May 2014-PRESENT) – Olivia Munn is dating American Football Player Aaron Rodgers.
Olivia Munn Body Measurements, Weight Loss, Diet and Exercise Routine
Olivia Munn Body Measurements
- Height in Feet: 5′ 4″
- Height in Centimeters: 163 cm
- Weight in Pounds: 119 pounds
- Weight in Kilogram: 54 kg
- Body Measurements in Inches: 36-25-35 inches
- Body Measurements in Centimeters: 91-64-89 cm
- Bra Size: 34B
- Cup Size: B
In preparation for her role as Psylocke in X-Men: Apocalypse (2016), Olivia Munn followed a rigorous fitness routine and strict diet. She lost 12 pounds (5 kg) in five months.
Diet and exercise plan
She trained for six or seven hours daily, and followed the 80-20 diet – which is 80% fruits and vegetables and 20% anything else.
Furthermore, she cut down on complex carbs, bread and meat. Her protein intake came mostly from seeds and nuts, and she also ate more quinoa and roasted sweet potatoes. Instead of white rice, she ate wild rice.
Her workout routine included the following:
- Mainly body-weight exercises: kicking, punching and other techniques from boxing and taekwondo.
- Two hours of sword work, with drills in striking, chopping, stabbing, blocking and twirling.
- Core exercises through atypical movements.
- A lot of deep stretching – with plenty of yoga-inspired stretches.
Medicine Ball Up-Down
Start in a plank position with your feet on a medicine ball and your forearms on the floor. Push up onto your left hand, then your right hand, pressing your arms straight into a pushup position. Reverse the movement, placing your left forearm on the floor and then your right to return to start. That’s one rep; do eight. (Make it harder: In the pushup position, add the same up-down pattern with your feet – place one on the floor, then the other, then lift them onto the ball.)
Stability Ball V-Pass
Start by lying face up on the floor, holding a stability ball overhead, your legs together and extended straight on the floor. In one motion, brace your core and lift your arms and legs off the ground, placing the ball between your feet. Squeeze the ball with your legs and lower your arms and legs back to the floor. Repeat, passing the ball back to your hands. That’s one rep; do 10.
Modified Inchworm With Stability Ball
Start in a pushup position with your feet on a stability ball. “Step” your feet toward your hands by raising your hips to bring the ball closer to your torso until your legs are in a pike position. Keeping your legs straight, walk your hands away from the ball to return to a pushup position. That’s one rep; do five.
Medicine Ball V-Sit With Rotation
Grab a medicine ball and sit on the floor, then lift your legs off the floor, keeping them straight and together. From that position, rotate your shoulders to lower the medicine ball to one side of your body; that’s one rep. Reverse the movement to bring the ball to the other side, and continue alternating for 30 total reps. (Make it easier: Bend your knees to 90 degrees or place your feet on the floor.)
Cross-Body Mountain Climber With Stability Ball
Start in a pushup position with your feet on a stability ball. Lift your left foot off the ball and bring your knee toward your chest, keeping your back flat, then twist your hips to bring your knee toward your right elbow. Pause, then slowly reverse the movement to return to start. That’s one rep; do four, then repeat on the other side.
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Olivia Munn Fun Facts
Olivia Munn Quotes
“It seems weird but I drink. I drink when I work out. I literally hate working out. My friends ask me if I want to go hiking up Runyon Canyon in Los Angeles and I’m like “Why? I have the new Kinect. Why would you want to go outside? Why would you like to climb up a mountain?” I really do drink when I work out. I have to trick myself into thinking I’m doing something fun. I wouldn’t run if there was a fire. I wouldn’t run anywhere. I hate running. I know I’m curvier – I know I’m small, but I’m not ripped. But I make a choice to be that way. I realize my arms aren’t as toned as Halle Berry’s but I don’t want them to be.”
“I like having that trainer, because I get very bored very easily. I told my trainer: “I hate cardio and I won’t run, won’t hike, or cycle.” But I want to keep working out, and I know there are others ways to do it, like circuit training — when we train three muscle groups at once.”