Bree Olson
Bree Olson 2010.jpg
Olson attending the AVN Awards Show in Las Vegas, Nevada, January 2010
Rachel Marie Oberlin[1][2]

(1986-10-07) October 7, 1986 (age 36)

Rachel Marie Oberlin (born October 7, 1986[3]), also known by her stage name Bree Olson, is an American actress, model, and former pornographic actress. She performed in over 600 pornographic films from 2006 to 2011.[3] Since leaving the adult film industry, she has become critical of the industry and the stigma attached to being a former porn actress.[4]

Early life

Olson was born in Houston, Texas. Olson's mother and stepfather moved with her to Fort Wayne, Indiana when she was two years old.[5]


Olson entered the pornographic film industry in November 2006,[6] and initially worked for a variety of companies such as Digital Playground, Elegant Angel, and Red Light District Video.[7] She was a contract performer with Adam & Eve from 2007 to 2010.[6][8] She has performed in over 280 pornographic movies.[3]

Olson was named Penthouse Pet of the Month for March 2008.[9][10] In 2010, she was named by Maxim as one of the 12 top female stars in porn.[11] She appeared on the cover of the May 2011 issue of Penthouse, on the cover of the August 2011 issue of Playboy magazine, and on the cover of the July 2013 issue of Hustler magazine.[12] She retired from shooting pornography in 2011 at the age of 25.[13]

Mainstream TV and cinema

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 matriarch Kris Jenner objects to her state of dress and behavior as "inappropriate."[14] She later appeared in the independent comedy film Purgatory Comics (2009).[15]

Olson co-starred in the horror film The Human Centipede 3 (Final Sequence) (2015)[16] and Penn Jillette and Adam Rifkin's Director's Cut (2016).[17] In 2015, she played Divatox in the short, web film Power/Rangers.

She has also done a series of videos for Will Ferrell and Adam McKay's website Funny or Die.[18]

Personal life

In February 2011, Olson moved in with actor Charlie Sheen as one of his two "goddesses."[1] The relationship ended in April 2011.

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".[13] In the same article, she said she was "broke".[13] This article was later followed by her March 25 appearance in the YouTube documentary series "Real Women, Real Stories", in which she repeated these statements, 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.[4][13][19]

Legal issues

On February 3, 2011, Olson was arrested and charged with driving under the influence in her home town of Fort Wayne, Indiana.[20] She pleaded guilty to the DUI charge and received a year of probation and requirement to perform community service.[21]


Bree Olson at Adult Entertainment Expo 2008
Bree Olson at Adult Entertainment Expo 2008


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