What is Olga Kurilenko’s net worth?
Olga Kurilenko is a Ukrainian-French actress and model who has a net worth of $18 million. Olga Kurilenko is best known for her performances in films such as “Hitman,” “Quantum of Solace,” “To the Wonder,” “Oblivion,” and “Black Widow.” On television, he starred in the series “Tyrney” and “Magic City”. Meanwhile, as a model, Kurilenko has graced the covers of Marie Claire, Madame Figaro and Maxim, among other publications, and has been the face of brands including Bebe and Helena Rubinstein.
Olga Kurilenko was discovered as a model at the age of 13 and moved from Ukraine to Paris, France at the age of 16 to pursue a modeling career. She also appeared on the magazine covers of Vogue and Elle at the age of 18 and later landed on the covers of magazines such as Madame Figaro, Marie Claire and Maxim. Kurilenko became the face of the popular brands Bebe, Clarins and Helena Rubinstein. She modeled for Roberto Cavalli and Kenzo and has also appeared in the Victoria’s Secret catalogue.
Olga Kurilenko was born on November 14, 1979 in Burdiansk, which was then the Ukrainian SSR in the Soviet Union. Her mother, Marina, is of Russian and Belarusian descent, while her father, Konstantin, is Ukrainian. When Kurilenko was three years old, her parents divorced, and later her mother raised her.
At the age of 15, Kurylenko moved to Moscow, and a year later to Paris. There, she began her modeling career after signing with the Madison Modeling Agency. Kurilenko made an immediate impact, and by the age of 18 had already graced the covers of Elle and Vogue. She has appeared on the covers of Marie Claire, Madame Figaro and Maxim and became the face of brands such as Clarins, Bebe, Kenzo and Helena Rubinstein. Kurilenko also appeared in Victoria’s Secret.
Film Career, Part 1
In 2005, Kurilenko began her film career as the star of Diane Bertrand’s French film “The Ring Finger”. She appeared in two more French films the following year: the anthology film “Paris, je t’me,” in which she played a vampire, and the thriller “The Serpent,” in which she played Sophia. Kurilenko made his English-language film debut in 2007 in the action thriller “Hitman”, which was based on the video game series of the same name. She played the role of Nika Boronina, the mistress of the Russian President. In 2008, Kurilenko appeared in another film based on a video game series, “Max Payne”. In the same year, she played Bond girl Camille Montes, a Bolivian Secret Service agent, in “Quantum of Solace”. Kurilenko then starred as a Ukrainian sex slave in the Israeli action film “The Assassin Next Door”. He later starred in the historical action film “Centurion” alongside Michael Fassbender as the Brigant Warrior.
Kurilenko appeared in two films in 2011: “The Dragon Ho” and “Land of Oblivion.” The following year, she was in three films: “Erased,” Terrence Malick’s “To the Wonder,” and Martin McDonagh’s “Seven Psychopaths.” Kurilenko went on to star opposite Tom Cruise in the 2013 post-apocalyptic action film “Oblivion”. Beginning 2014, she took on the role of headmistress of the Titanic boarding school in “Vampire Academy”. Later in the year, he starred in the spy thriller “The November Man” and in Russell Crowe’s period drama “The Water Divine”.
Film career, part 2
In 2015, Kurilenko played roles in “A Perfect Day” and “Momentum”. She had another starring role in 2016 in Giuseppe Tornatore’s romantic drama “The Correspondence”, in which she played Jeremy Irons’ character’s boyfriend. Subsequently, Kurilenko portrayed Soviet pianist Maria Yudina in Armando Iannucci’s political satire “The Death of Stalin” and played the supermodel wife of Antonio Banderas’ character in the action comedy “Gun Shy”. Kurilenko had the most spectacular year ever in 2018, appearing in five films: the thriller “Just a Breath Away,” the adventure comedy “The Man Who Killed Don Quixote,” the supernatural horror film “hit,” the detective comedy sequel “Johnny English” Strikes Again,” and the historical drama “The Emperor of Paris”. He ended the decade with starring roles in “15 Minutes of War,” “The Room,” “The Courier,” and “The Translators.”
In 2020, Kurilenko starred as one half of the couple opposite Claes Bang in the thriller “The Bay of Silence”, which was based on the eponymous novel by Lisa St. Aubin de Terran. A year after that, she starred in the action thriller “Sentinel” as an interpreter of the French army and as Agent Antonia Drakov in the Marvel superhero film “Black Widow”. In 2022 Kurilenko is credited with the mystery crime film “Vanishing”, in which she plays a forensic scientist; action film “White Elephant”, in which she plays a police officer; and the period action film “The Princess,” in which she plays a henchman whipping the son of a royal diplomat.
Kurilenko first appeared on the small screen in an episode of the 2001 series “Largo Winch”, which is based on the Belgian comic book series. Five years after that, she was in the television film “Le Porte-Bonheur”. In 2007, Kurilenko appeared in the miniseries “Suspicious”. One of her biggest roles was on the 2010 political thriller series “Tyrney”, which was created and directed by its star, John Beck Hoffman. Another big part came in 2012 in the Starz series “Magic City”, in which she played the character’s wife of Jeffrey Dean Morgan, the owner of a luxury Miami hotel. However, “Magic City” was eventually canceled after two seasons in 2013.
In 2000, Kurylenko married French fashion photographer Cedric van Mol; They eventually got divorced in 2004. Two years after that, she married entrepreneur Damien Gabriel, whom she divorced in 2007. Kurylenko later dated English writer and actor Max Benitz, with whom she had a son in 2015.
Kurilenko became a French citizen in 2001. In 2009, she moved to London.