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Elizabeth Olsen Bio

If 23-year-old actress Elizabeth Olsen isn’t on your star radar yet, she soon will be. The younger sister of super star siblings Mary Kate and Ashley, Elizabeth may have followed her famous twin sisters into the spotlight, but she has carved out her own path to fame. Find out more in her Kidzworld Bio! Back to Article

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Hannah The Awesome
Hannah The Awesome wrote:
2012-04-09 10:11:54 -0700

She looks just like her sisters

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Rainee77349
Rainee77349 wrote:
2012-03-26 17:51:55 -0700

i love her smileGrinWink TongueTongue Out

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cinderella22
cinderella22 wrote:
2012-03-26 07:09:00 -0700

soon he will b famous just like her sisters

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Crazybynature
Crazybynature wrote:
2012-03-25 00:41:11 -0700

neva saw her b4 she seems very interseting tho lml

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precious344
precious344 wrote:
2012-03-18 12:14:02 -0700

neva heard of them

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cutie10075
cutie10075 wrote:
2012-03-17 07:08:39 -0700

SHe will be famous But imagining her singing then she will make a big hit Love

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mama98
mama98 wrote:
2012-03-14 16:40:16 -0700

I llike her acts

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gawjussanna
gawjussanna wrote:
2012-03-06 10:00:38 -0800

i love two of a kind which she took part in i cant believe she is 25

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boo-boo299
boo-boo299 wrote:
2012-03-03 12:34:47 -0800

I used to watch her sisters movies all the time when I was little.

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shiney
shiney wrote:
2012-03-01 04:00:10 -0800

I just luv her sisters...

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olsenfan16
olsenfan16 wrote:
2012-02-29 22:33:23 -0800

She used to be ugly I'm a fan of her sisters I thought people called her Lizzie not liz

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Who Is Your Favorite Olsen Twin?

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  • I like Elizabeth Olsen

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