Olga Kurylenko’s Birth Date:
November 14, 1979
Place of Birth:
Olga Kurylenko is a French model and actress which has an estimated net worth of $18 million dollars according to TheRichest.com
Olga Kurylenko’s Background:
Raised in the Ukraine, Olga Kurylenko speaks both French and English fluently. Before hitting the big screen, Kurylenko was a successful model who – by the age of 18 – appeared on the covers of Elle and Vogue.
No doubt it was being tapped to play Camille, a Bond Girl in Quantum of Solace, that launched Kurylenko into the spotlight.
Olga Kurylenko’s Movie Credits:
Kurylenko’s movie debut came playing the lead in the French film L’Annulaire (2005). She then went on to Paris, je t’aime opposite Elijah Wood. Next up was Eric Barbier’s thriller le Serpent in 2006. Kurylenko tackled her first English-speaking role in the action movie Hitman (2007). In 2008 Kurylenko played Mila Kunis’ sexy sister in Max Payne, a sci-fi thriller based on the popular video game, and was added to the list of beautiful Bond Girls with her starring role in the 22nd Bond movie, Quantum of Solace.
Olga Kurylenko on How She Got Into Modeling:
“Someone came up to me in the subway. It’s a long story, I went for vacation with my mom to Moscow and then this woman who just spoke to us in the subway gave us her card and then we went back and then she invited us again for tests. The one day in Moscow, I met another guy who was looking for girls for French agencies and he just took my pictures, went with them, went back to Paris, showed them around, went back, said, ‘Look, you have invitations from a few agencies. Would you like to go and try?’ And I said, ‘Okay, sure.’ And I never came back, because I fell in love with Paris.”
Olga Kurylenko on Bond Girl Camille:
Kurylenko explained what sets Camille apart from the pack: “I don’t think Camille is a typical Bond girl. She is one of the only Bond girls in the history of the films who does not sleep with Bond! Camille is a strong character, she knows what she wants and she is determined.”