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Olivia O'lovely (born September 26, 1976) is an American porn actress hailing from Moreno Valley, California.

Adult industry Edit

Prior to her first appearance on film, Olivia was an exotic dancer in the Inland Empire area of California for 7 years. She also toured as an oil wrestler for 2 years.[1]

She has been featured in over 150 adult movies, having worked alongside some of the most notable performers in the industry, including Jules Jordan in Ass Worship 5 and Erik Everhard in Nasty Nymphos 35 (O'lovely's first adult film) Lexington Steele, Mandingo, and Mr. Marcus. She was also in the first edition of "I Love Big Tits."

She is noted for her large ass, which is approximately 47 inches around. In lesbian scenes, she often performs with former off-screen girlfriend Flower Tucci.

In 2006 she was "fired" from her talent agency, the well-known LA Direct Models. She now works alongside Flower Tucci at MOFO inc. an urban clothing retailer, and models along with several other adult stars.

Trivia Edit

  • She appeared in hip hop artist MURS music video Risky Business featuring Shock G off of his End of the Beginning LP.
  • She is openly bisexual, and used to be involved for some time with fellow porn actress Flower Tucci. Now she is in a current relationship with both Ayana Angel and Alexis Amore, both also fellow porn actresses. She refers to them both as "wifey".
  • Appeared in the movie Training Day but later had her scene deleted from the final cut.

References Edit

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External links Edit


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