Michelle Olley

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Michelle Olley was born on 15 July, 1966 in Warrington, United Kingdom. Discover Michelle Olley’s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is She in this year and how She spends money? Also learn how She earned most of networth at the age of 54 years old?

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Age54 years old
Zodiac SignCancer
Born15 July 1966
Birthday15 July
BirthplaceWarrington, United Kingdom
NationalityUnited Kingdom

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Michelle Olley Net Worth

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Net Worth in 2020$1 Million – $5 Million
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Timeline of Michelle Olley


Olley became involved with bringing Robert Anton Wilson’s popular counter-culture work, Cosmic Trigger, to the stage in 2014. After volunteering to help with the initial crowdfunding phase of the production, Olley handle the press and curated the art gallery at the show’s debut and ‘Find The Others’ event in Liverpool in November 2014. She was also the co-producers and director of marketing for the 2017 London run of the production. The play, written and directed by Daisy Campbell, ran for 23 performances, and also hosted special events with speakers including John Higgs, Ru and Claire Callendar from the Green Funeral Company, poet Salena Godden, Shardcore, David Bramwell and Adam Curtis with Alan Moore – a discussion event which Olley hosted.


Olley was interviewed for the documentary on the life and work of McQueen, directed by Ian Bonhôte and Peter Ettedgui, released in 2018.


Michelle Olley attended the University of Westminster in London where she attained a BA (Hons) in Media Studies, specialising in print journalism. She began her career in journalism at TW Publishing Ltd when writing and feature-editing Skin Two magazine (along with co-founders and editors, Tim Woodward and Grace Lau) – interviewing, amongst others, Jean Paul Gaultier, Tim Burton, Marilyn Manson, The Cramps, Marc Almond, Terence Sellers and Clive Barker – before becoming associate editor and director of TW Publishing Ltd at only 23 years of age.

Olley also ran a club night called Disco Scum – an electro-punk night that was held in a gentlemen’s club in Piccadilly – which she ran in 1993 with Mark Carter (who also ran punk club Penetration and managed the band Superblond). And, in 1995, a club night called Street life that Olley ran with her band Salon Kitty and which was held at the Brixton Academy.

The diary relates details of the show and encounters with McQueen, ending with the account of when Olley returned home after the VOSS show to find “…a MASSIVE bouquet of flowers has arrived, with a note saying, “Thank you for everything – you were beautiful! – Lee xxx” ”

Michelle Olley was content manager of Adult Swim for Europe, the Middle East, and Africa (EMEA). Adult Swim (EMEA) is the non-U.S version of the hugely successful American Adult Swim channel/website – home of, among others, Venture Brothers (written by Doc Hammer and Jackson Publick), and Robot Chicken, the popular satirical show co-created by actor Seth Green (voice of Chris Griffin in Family Guy) and Rick and Morty.


In spring 2011, Olley was asked by the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York to contribute to their Alexander McQueen exhibition, Savage Beauty. She was interviewed by The Met and the interview included in the audio guide to the show. Also, Olley’s detailed diary/journal of modelling for McQueen – written between Sept18-27 as the show was being planned and staged – was included in the Met Museum website coverage of the Savage Beauty exhibition.


For the Skin Two Yearbook 2009, Olley was granted a very rare interview with author and graphic novel writer Alan Moore (of Watchmen and V For Vendetta fame), widely regarded as the most innovative writer of the genre, and one of its most celebrated. The occasion of Olley’s interview with both Moore and his partner, Melinda Gebbie, was the publication of Moore’s and Gebbie’s book Lost Girls (written by Moore/illustrated by Gebbie). Fifteen years in gestation, Lost Girls was much anticipated and eagerly awaited by Moore fans and graphic novel aficionados.


After being appointed content editor of The-Hotel.com, in 2003 Olley became website editor and media consultant at Faith Inc, before moving to Turner Classic Movies at Turner Broadcasting, London.


Whilst at Fable, Olley was chosen by the British designer Alexander McQueen to be the main model for what became one of his most celebrated creations: the centre piece tableaux of his 2001 spring/summer collection, named VOSS. The centre piece – which featured Olley within an enormous, moth-filled glass box, the sides of which fell away and smashed – was based on the Joel Peter Witkin image Sanitarium. The show also featured Kate Moss and Erin O’Connor.


Olley worked as deputy editor of So magazine, features editor at gay lifestyle magazine Attitude, in 1999 became editor of P.U.R.E magazine, followed by the deputy editorship at Fable and contributing editor of the Arts Council quarterly, Upstart magazine. As editor at Carlton Books, Olley has edited and written for several photographic anthologies, including the work of Herb Ritts, Derek Ridgers, Tracey Emin, Jeff Koons and Nick Knight.


In 1997, Olley was brought in as deputy editor to help helm the now rather notorious relaunch of Penthouse UK (or PH.UK, as it was newly christened) as a modern redefinition of the traditional adult magazine, partly via the vision of designers and Face and Vogue fashion photographers such as Corrinne Day, Iain McKell and Ben Westwood garnered from Olley’s formidable black book of contacts built through her previous editorships at fashion and fetish publications; and from the sexual politics brought from the same. Olley’s vision of empowerment through sexual expression rather than exploitation soon ran into the more trad-view of owner Bob Guccione. The relaunch generated much medias interest but failed to reposition the magazine. The resultant implosion was recorded by a Channel 4 camera crew, making an early reality TV documentary series about the magazine’s relaunch, and also featured in The Independent in a feature titled ‘From the Penthouse to the Street’, which opened with the line ‘If anyone could have done it, it should have been Michelle Olley.’


In 1992, Olley instigated the now-famous fetish club night the Skin Two Rubber Ball, which in the 1990s went on to become the largest and most high-profile fetish party in the world. The original Ball was held in aid of the MS Society and Cruisaid (the 1995 Ball alone raised £16,000 for the latter). Guests on the opening night included John Paul Gaultier, Vivienne Westwood, Leigh Bowery and Mick Jagger disguised in a fake moustache and Muir cap. Olley hosted, ran and MC-ed the Ball from 1992 through to 1996. In that time it became an international event with people coming from all over the world to attend and to participate in the increasingly elaborate fashion shows and performances.

From 1992 to 2000, Olley was vocalist with the electronic band Salon Kitty, composed of Olley on vocals, Simon Hoare on guitar, Neil Albert on keyboards/backing vocals, Andrew Mann also on backing vocals, Robert Michael on keyboards and Cliff Hewitt on drums . In 1995, the band released the single, Freak (written by Olley/Hoare) on Liquid Gold Records, and in 1996 signed to Epic Records. (Simon Hoare later went on to become a member of the bands Raymonde and RPLA.)