Bree Olson Net Worth

Bree Olson was born on October 07, 1986 in  Houston, Texas, United States, is Actress, Producer. Extremely cute and petite blonde bombshell Bree Olson was born Rachel Marie Oberlin to a single mother on October 7, 1986, in Houston, Texas. Bree was an only child until she was nine (she has a younger sister). Her maternal grandmother was a Holocaust survivor from Ukraine. Bree grew up in Indiana and graduated from Woodlan High School in Woodburn in 2005. Her first job, at age 12, was detailing corn and she worked as a busser when she was 15. She attended Indiana University - Purdue University in Fort Wayne as a pre-med Biology major, but during her second year at college she decided to pursue a career in the adult entertainment industry. Bree started out in the adult industry in 2006 in gonzo-type productions on various Internet websites.She began performing in hardcore X-rated porno fare in November 2006. She signed a one-year contract with Adam & Eve Productions in 2007 and was Twistys Treat of the Month for June 2007. Bree was the Pet of the Month in the March 2008 issue of "Penthouse" and graced the cover of the March 2008 UK edition of "Hustler." She has also been featured in such men's magazines as "Club," "Rockstar" and "Barely Legal." She won an AVN Award for Best New Starlet in 2008 and went on to win a second AVN Award for Best New Web Starlet the following year, in which she also won the title of Miss FreeOnes.Olson lived for a while with Charlie Sheen as one of his "goddesses" and has reportedly retired from the adult entertainment industry.
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Age, Biography and Wiki

Who is it? Actress, Producer
Birth Day October 07, 1986
Birth Place  Houston, Texas, United States
Age 34 YEARS OLD
Birth Sign Scorpio
Occupation Model and Actress
Website BreeOlson.com

💰 Net worth: $7 Million

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Biography/Timeline

2006

Olson entered the pornographic film industry in November 2006, and initially worked for a variety of companies including Digital Playground, Elegant Angel and Red Light District Video. She was a contract performer with Adam & Eve from 2007 to 2010. She has performed in over 280 pornographic movies.

2007

In 2007, Olson appeared in an episode of the first season of E! reality show Keeping Up with the Kardashians, in which she is hired as a nanny but ostensibly gets fired on her first day at work after then-matriarch Kris Jenner objects to her state of dress and behavior as "inappropriate." In reality, the show's producers attempted to "milk a 'slutty babysitter' stereotype for laughs."

2008

Olson was named Penthouse Pet of the Month for March 2008, appeared on the cover of Hustler, was on the cover of the May 2011 issue of Penthouse, and on the cover of the August 2011 Playboy magazine. In 2010, she was named by Maxim as one of the 12 top female stars in porn. In October 2011, Olson announced that she had retired from shooting pornography, and that "she hasn't done an adult film in over a year."

2011

Olson was born in Houston, Texas. Olson's maternal grandparents were Ukrainians who immigrated to Texas, then Fort Wayne, Indiana, when she was two years old. On March 1, 2011, Olson was reported to be living with actor Charlie Sheen. The relationship ended in April 2011.

2013

In 2013, Olson was confirmed as a member of the cast of the horror film The Human Centipede 3 (Final Sequence) and Penn Jillette and Adam Rifkin's Director's Cut. In 2015, she played Divatox in the short, web film Power/Rangers.

2015

On June 17, 2015, Olson posted an open letter on Twitter advising women to avoid the adult film industry. On March 24, 2016, writing as a guest columnist in Daily Dot, she related her post-porn social life, stating, "porn didn't hurt me. The way society treats me for having done it does". In the same article, she claimed she is "broke", although independent sources had claimed in 2015 she was "worth US$ 5 million. This article was later followed by her March 25 appearance in the YouTube documentary series "Real Women, Real Stories", in which she repeated these claims, adding that she believes society in general perceives ex-porn stars in a highly negative manner, specifically as morally akin to pedophiles. She is also critical of the pornography industry, noting "We are the only entertainment industry that doesn't offer talent royalties after they are gone," but not of the profession itself.