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Olivia Newton-John Height, Weight, Age, Body Statistics

Olivia Newton-John Quick Info
Height 5 ft 6 in
Weight 60 kg
Date of Birth September 26, 1948
Date of Death
August 8, 2022
Zodiac Sign

Olivia Newton-John was an English-Australian songwriter, actress, singer, activist, and entrepreneur. She is well known for her amazing voice. In the 1960s, Olivia Newton-John won a talent contest which was hosted by John O’Keefe. The prize had been a trip to Great Britain but she was very reluctant to use it till almost a year later when her mom finally convinced her to go. Since then, Olivia had been singing and winning various awards. She had won the Grammy Award several times and also reached the No. 1 spot on the Billboard Hot 100 singles and Billboard 200 solo albums. Olivia had sold more than 100 million records worldwide. She’s one of the best-selling artists of all time.

Olivia Newton-John had also played roles in movies. She had a starring role in the musical film Grease (1978). She was also well known for being an activist for animal and environmental rights issues and being involved in various charities and fundraising programs because she was an advocate for health awareness. She was also business savvy and had made some contributions to the commercial world. Some of them include co-owning the Gala Retreat & Spa in Australia and owning several product lines for Koala Blue. She was a very diverse individual and had made her gains from the things that she was involved in.

Born Name

Olivia Newton-John

Nick Name

Livvy, The Goddess, Lovely Livvy, Olivia Neutron-Bomb, ONJ

Olivia Newton-John at the Toronto International Film Festival as seen in December 2010
Olivia Newton-John at the Toronto International Film Festival as seen in December 2010 (Gordon Correll / Flickr / CC BY-SA 2.0)


Olivia Newton-John was born on September 26, 1948.


Olivia passed away on August 8, 2022, at the age of 73 in Santa Ynez Valley, California, United States, following a decades-long battle with breast cancer.

Sun Sign


Born Place

Cambridge, England, United Kingdom




Olivia Newton-John attended Christ Church Grammar School in Queenslea Dr, Claremont, Australia and then went to the University High School located in Parkville, Victoria, Australia.


Singer, Songwriter, Actress, Entrepreneur, Activist


  • Father – Brinley “Bryn” Newton-John (Professor)
  • Mother – Irene Helene
  • Siblings – Hugh Newton-John (Older Brother) (Doctor), Rona (Older Sister) (Actress)
  • Others – Max Born (Maternal Grandfather) (Physicist), Victor Ehrenberg (Maternal Great-Grandfather), Hedwig Martha “Hedi” Ehrenberg (Maternal Grandmother), Oliver John (Paternal Grandfather), Daisy Newton (Paternal Grandmother)


Olivia Newton-John was managed by Fitzgerald-Hartley Co (Talent Agency), Ventura, California, United States.


Pop, Country, Soft Rock, New-Age, Adult Contemporary




  • Uni Records
  • MCA Records
  • EMI Records Limited
  • Pye Records
  • Festival




5 ft 6 in or 167.5 cm


60 kg or 132 lbs

Boyfriend / Spouse

Olivia Newton-John had dated –

  1. Ian Turpie (1964-1965) – Olivia and actor Ian worked together in the film, Funny Things Happen Down Under, which was also Olivia Newton-John’s debut performance. He was one of her first boyfriends and their relationship lasted from 1964 to 1965.
  2. Bruce Welch (1968-1972) – Olivia met Bruce, an English guitarist, songwriter, producer, and singer in 1968. They dated for almost 4 years before breaking up in 1972.
  3. Lee Kramer (1974-1979) – Olivia started dating Lee Kramer in 1974. They dated for almost 5 tears before ending their relationship in 1979.
  4. Cliff Richard – Olivia reportedly dated singer Cliff Richard in the early 1970s. However, the couple later broke up.
  5. Matt Lattanzi (1984-1995) – Matt Lattanzi is an American actor and dancer. He met Olivia Newton-John while filming Xanadu. They dated for a while before getting married in 1984. In 1992, Matt Lattanzi’s acting career was nearing its end. He had to look for a way to provide for the family, so he got a job as a construction worker for a home-building company in California. Matt Lattanzi and Olivia Newton-John moved to their ranch in Australia in 1993 so that he could audition for the new soap opera, Paradise Beach. They got separated in 1993 because Matt Lattanzi was having an external affair with a woman. The couple later got divorced in 1995. They have a daughter together named Chloe Rose Lattanzi (b. 1986).
  6. Patrick McDermott (1996-2005) – Cameraman Patrick McDermott was an on-and-off boyfriend of Olivia Newton-John. They began dating in 1996. He was suspected of faking his own death and it was alleged that McDermott was living in Mexico in 2010.
  7. Amazon John Easterling (2007-2022) – Olivia met Amazon 15 years earlier but only became romantically involved with him in 2007. Both of them had a very private Incan spiritual ceremony on a mountaintop in Cuzco, Peru on June 21, 2008, followed 9 days later by a legal ceremony on the Jupiter Island beachfront in Florida. The wedding was attended only by Chloe, Olivia’s daughter. The couple stayed together until Olivia’s death in 2022.
Olivia Newton-John and Frank Stallone in May 2012
Olivia Newton-John and Frank Stallone in May 2012 (Eva Rinaldi / Flickr / CC BY-SA 2.0)

Race / Ethnicity


She was of Welsh, Ashkenazi Jewish, and German descent.

Hair Color


Eye Color

Light Blue

Sexual Orientation


Distinctive Features

  • Unique voice
  • Beautiful smile
  • Blonde hair

Brand Endorsements

Olivia Newton-John had done endorsement work for brands such as –

  • Charity association Planet Ark
  • Kellogg’s Smart Start cereal
  • TriVita’s “Zamu Gold” wellness drink
  • “Total Gym” fitness program



Olivia Newton-John in an Instagram post in December 2017
Olivia Newton-John in an Instagram post in December 2017 (Olivia Newton-John / Instagram)

Best Known For

  • Selling more than 100 million records worldwide, making her one of the world’s best-selling artists of all time
  • Being an activist for environmental and animal rights issues
  • Starring in the musical film Grease in 1978

As a Singer

Olivia Newton-John released her first album titled If Not For You in 1971.

First Film

Olivia Newton-John made her feature film debut in the role of Olivia in the movie Funny Things Happen Down Under in 1966.

First TV Show

She made her first TV show appearance as Herself on Time for Terry in 1965.

Olivia Newton-John at the Premiere of 'A Few Best Men' in January 2012
Olivia Newton-John at the Premiere of ‘A Few Best Men’ in January 2012 (Liam Mendes / Flickr / CC BY-SA 2.0)

Olivia Newton-John Facts

  1. In 1992, Olivia Newton-John went through surgery for breast cancer.
  2. After taking her mom’s advice to use the prize for the competition that she won in Australia and go to Britain, she eventually became a successful singer, actress, and performer.
  3. She didn’t go to the United States until she was already successfully established as a country and pop singer, and had a fan base of her own.
  4. She was selected by People magazine as one of the top 50 “Most Beautiful People in the World”.
  5. Jeff Conaway was her ex-brother-in-law. They both acted in the movie Grease (1978).
  6. In 1974, Olivia represented Britain at the Eurovision Song Contest.
  7. She loved filling her house with orchids and lilies.
  8. In 1992, Olivia went back to Australia to heal after undergoing breast cancer surgery.
  9. She did her own make-up for photoshoot sessions because she loved doing cosmetics.
  10. One of her goals was to achieve total peace.
  11. Her father died of liver cancer in 1992, the same year she went for breast cancer surgery and also went bankrupt.
  12. Her boyfriend, Patrick McDermott went missing in 2005 and faked his own death, only to be located in 2009 in a Mexican Beach, carrying tourists from place to place and going by a different name.
  13. She fractured her coccyx while filming a dance sequence in the 1980 movie Xanadu.
  14. Olivia had been awarded a star in the Hollywood Walk of Fame for Recording in Hollywood, California.
  15. Olivia Newton-John had 3 miscarriages during her marriage to Matt Lattanzi.
  16. She was a very good friend and mentor of Delta Goodrem.
  17. In February 1975, Olivia appeared on the cover of People Weekly magazine. It was their first official pop cover.
  18. In the 2006 Queen’s Birthday Honors List, Olivia was awarded the Officer of the Order of Australia (A.O.) for all her services to the entertainment industry, the environment, and to the community at large.
  19. In 1979 Queen’s New Years Honors List, she was awarded an O.B.E (Officer of the Order of the British Empire), for her services to the performing arts.
  20. Olivia performed background vocals on Fly Away song by John Denver.
  21. Olivia’s song Physical was banned by a radio station in Utah because they didn’t appreciate the lyrics. She still went ahead to release a music video and had a tour in Utah. She won her first Grammy Award in the “Video of The Year” category for the music video in 1982.
  22. Olivia was a close friend of Karen Carpenter.
  23. Olivia never left home without her lipstick and passport.
  24. She was ranked No. 95 on VH1’s “100 Greatest Women of Rock N Roll” list and No. 92 on VH1’s “100 Sexiest Artists” list.
  25. Olivia’s role in Grease ranked was ranked #89 on the Premiere magazine’s “100 Greatest Movie Characters of All Time” list.
  26. She had sciatica complications in 2017 during one of her tours and had to cancel some of her concerts to undergo treatment for it.
  27. On May 30, 2017, it was reported that her breast cancer had returned and had metastasized to her sacrum, and reached the most critical stage – Stage IV.
  28. She had revealed in the past that she would not prefer to take the COVID-19 vaccine as she was not ready to put mercury and pesticides in her body.
  29. She belonged to a family of academics.
  30. Max Born, her maternal grandfather, was a Nobel Prize winner.
  31. Olivia was the winner of Gaia spa in Australia.
  32. At the age of 15, she had won a talent contest which assisted her to launch her career.
  33. Olivia was also a part of the 60s double act called Pat & Olivia.
  34. She loves eating dark chocolate with chili.
  35. Olivia doesn’t like saffron.
  36. At one point in time, she was having 9 dogs, 6 horses, and many cats.
  37. In her lifetime, Olivia had planted a huge 10 million trees in Australia.
  38. She had also walked more than 120 miles on the Great Wall of China.
  39. Olivia was the first U.N. Goodwill Ambassador for the Environment.
  40. Nina Simone and Dionne Warwick were her musical influences.
  41. She loved cooking.
  42. While roller-skating in Xanadu, she once broke her tailbone.
  43. She was afraid of heights.
  44. She liked having white lilies (a flower) around her.

Featured Image by Liam Mendes / Flickr / CC BY-SA 2.0

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