Height: 5’8” / 174 cm
Weight: 120 lbs / 55 kg
Measurements: 32-23-33 in / 81-58-84 cm
Bra Size: 32C
Hair Color: Brown
Eye Color: Grey
Olivia Williams has flawless body measurements, crystal voice and Cambridge education. A real English lady, she rose to stardom as an expressive actress and remains popular for several decades already. William’s big break was the role of Anna Crowe in “The Sixth Sense”, where she shared her screen time with a mega star Bruce Willis.
Olivia manages to keep a reasonable balance between her professional and personal life. She used to be a promising young actress, but now she can’t boast with multi million salary like her other colleagues.
At the same time Olivia is a busy actress, who works in United Kingdom and USA. She has some credits as a stage actress too. Williams doesn’t regret that she didn’t become a Hollywood super star. In her interview to “The Telegraph” Olivia told, that her children “didn’t need to put bags over their heads in order to escape from paparazzi”, and that was more important for her than her career.
Olivia Williams is happily married to an actor Rhashan Stone. They wedded in 2003 after 8 years of relationship. Now the couple brings up 2 daughters. They share parenthood “50-50”, so Williams has enough time for acting. Among her recent projects there are such films as “Seventh Son”, “The Halcyon” TV series and upcoming “Victoria and Abdul”.
Name: Olivia Haigh Williams
Nickname: Olivia Stone
Date of Birth: July 26, 1968
Place of Birth: Camden Town, London, United Kingdom
Place of Residence: Marylebone, central London, United Kingdom
Zodiac Sign: Leo
Education: South Hampstead High School, Newnham College Cambridge University, Bristol Old Vic Theatre School
Husband Rhashan Stone (married since 2003)
Previously she was engaged to her school love Jonathan Cake. They ended their relationships three weeks before the wedding.
1) Daughter Esme Ruby (born in 2004 with Rhashan Stone)
2) Daughter Roxana (born in 2007 with Rhashan Stone)
Awards and Honors:
1) British Independent Film Award in 2003
2) National Society of Film Critics Award in 2011
Favorite Movie: “Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid”