Kevin pereira dating olivia munn
After studying theater and journalism at the University of Oklahoma, she flew out to L. and immediately landed parts in the Rob Schneider comedy Big Stan, a recurring role on the Nickelodeon show Beyond the Break, and lots of modeling and commercial work. Munn has personally organized mass meet-ups with herself and members of OMFG (Olivia Munn Fan Group), will spend hours signing autographs, and her website is custom-built to cater to her most ardent admirers.Then she auditioned for G4’s Attack of the Show, a talk show for tech geeks that was seeking, well, a broader, less geeky audience.“She’s totally unfiltered and our viewers immediately got and appreciated that,” said G4 President Neal Tiles. It’s filled with regular updates, lots of sexy pictures and her homemade videos of random silliness. A video of her dancing with stormtroopers in the streets of Shibuya. No reason in particular.) She’s unafraid to keep things real when it comes to her level of celebrity, too.“I cannot put my mind around celebrities who aren't thankful or who don’t take pictures with fans,” Munn said.Because she changed her name,” Ratner says of his encounter with the actress. He describes his reasoning behind the shrimp story: “I didn't know it was the same person, and so when she auditioned for me for a TV show, I forgot her, she got pissed off, and so she made up all these stories about me eating shrimp and masturbating in my trailer.
“What’s great about Olivia’s comedy is that she really understands herself and she just goes for it.
Maybe it says something about The Daily Show producers that they didn’t already know who Olivia Munn was before asking her to join their team of fake news correspondents. “If she was on the cover of The Economist, we would have been like, ' Yes! ’”And yet last Thursday, there was Munn delivering her first reported segment on the Comedy Central show about how the BP oil spill has affected Vietnamese fishermen in the Gulf of Mexico. We certainly didn’t know she was just on Maxim, and it really doesn’t matter.
Because if you’re a guy—as all but two of the Daily Show writers are—and you’re online, chances are you’ve stumbled across pictures of Munn on the covers of Playboy and Maxim. Stewart introduced her as the show’s new “Senior Asian Correspondent.”Just how did the host of a fledgling cable-network series go from doing the truffle shuffle to The Daily Show? We just needed to find out if she was into joining us.”While her deal with the show is not yet final, it’s simply a matter of sorting out Munn’s packed schedule.
On last night’s episode of G4’s “Attack of the Show” (which Olivia used to be on), host Kevin Pereira brought up the rumor that Ratner is actually the director from Munn’s book, "Suck It, Wonder Woman!
: The Misadventures of a Hollywood Geek.” "I used to date Olivia Munn, I'll be honest with everyone here,” Brett said.