Olga Kurylenko has been married twice and has a son from one of her previous marriages. The Ukrainian-French actress and model is most recognized for her performance as Nika Boronina in the Hitman film adaption. Kurylenko is well recognized for her roles as Bond girl Camille Montes in Quantum of Solace and Taskmaster in Black Widow. She made her acting debut in 2005 with the French film L’Annulaire and has since appeared in films such as Oblivion, To the Wonder, Seven Psychopaths, and The Death of Stalin.
Is Olga Kurylenko Married to Ben Cura? Children
Olga Kurylenko married French fashion photographer Cedric van Mol in 2000. The marriage did not last, and the couple divorced four years later. Olga gave love another chance in 2006 when she married American mobile phone accessory entrepreneur Damian Gabrielle. In late 2007, the marriage also ended in divorce.
In 2009, she relocated to London. She and her ex-partner, Max Benitz, have an 8-year-old kid called Alexander Max Horatio.
“I didn’t want it when I was 20. “Now I understand it, and I do,” Olga remarked in a 2013 interview, two years before welcoming her bundle of joy.
Max, an English actor and writer, was her boyfriend from 2014 until 2017. She is now unmarried. She was last seen with Argentine-British actor and Salty co-star Ben Cura. Although the two tried to make it work, their occupations pulled them in opposite ways, according to Today Online.
Olga Kurylenko’s Net Worth
Olga Kurylenko has a net worth of $18 million as of 2023, according to Celebrity Net Worth. She has worked in the entertainment industry since 1995. Olga was only 13 years old when she was noticed as a model. She then relocated to Moscow and Paris to pursue her modeling career. Her acting career began with performances in music videos.
She made her acting debut in the 2005 French film L’Annulaire and has since appeared in films such as Oblivion, To the Wonder, Seven Psychopaths, and The Death of Stalin. The Ukrainian-French actress is most recognized for her performance as Nika Boronina in the cinematic version of the computer game Hitman. Olga has received awards from the Brooklyn International Film Festival for L’Annulaire and the Boston Society of Film Critics for Seven Psychopaths.