Measurements: 36D, 28, 44
Hometown: Astoria, Queens New York
Currently Reside: Long Island
Ethnic Background: Puerto Rican & Black
Facebook: Olivia Sky
“Getting into the industry I actually wanted no parts of the “video world” reason being is I didn’t want to be known as a “video Vixen”, however thinking about it further I decided that I would only do leading lady roles.”
You have proven to be more than just a model, please tell our readers about some of your other activities.
I co-host a radio show every Tues 8-10 with Grind Season radio, I am currently holding casting calls looking for models for my modeling company, I am coming out with my clothing line in which I sketch and sew myself, I just put up a blog you can catch that on www.oliviasky.com, and am currently in talks about my own television show.
How were you discovered?
My ex management company, Versatile Inc introduced me to DJ Kay Slay at Jazzie Belle’s calendar release party. I was then featured in Straight Stuntin issue #12 and it took off from there.
What inspired you to pursue modeling?
My clothing line. I started doing this before the modeling and used to hold my own fashion show’s. I then became a model on the runway with Queens Elite and loved the excitement. I felt it was meant for me to be in this industry.
You have an outstanding hourglass figure, where do the curves come from and how do you stay in shape?
Thank you, I get it from my mama lol all the woman are originally shaped like this in my family. I don’t do anything to keep it, I eat what I want whenever I want and if I gain weight I gain it in the right places. THANK U MOMMY!!!
Tell us the best compliment or pick-up line you’ve heard?
Oh I cant think of one……probably because most of them are pretty lame lol.
What kind of shoots/work do you enjoy the most?
I enjoy the shoots that require us to fly to our location, kind of like a mini vacation for me. I also enjoy the shoots where they have a styling team. I like to see what they have in store for me.
What are some of your credits?
I have been featured in Kay Slay’s Straight Stuntin issue 12 & was on the cover of #13, Smooth girl magazine which will hit stands in October, Cover of Mafia (September Issue), An Exotic Risqué two year calendar coming this December that Im also on the cover of, Asis magazine soon to come out, Sosh B & Grafh video, Grind Season radio hosting, and was interviewed on Serius xm radio, as well as the Star n Buc wild show on Vlad TV, I also host a slew of parties for both celebrities and the reg’s.
Tell us some of your role models and people you admire or would like to emulate.
I truly admire Kimora Lee Simmons; she started out modeling and ended up an entrepreneur all while holding a family down. This proves to me I can do more than one thing in my career and be successful at it.
Do you have any tattoos or piercings?
Yes I do, I have 12 butterflies flying around my waist, and a big rose on my right shoulder blade. I had three piercing but decided to get rid of the tongue (too many people were getting it) so now I only have a navel and lip ring, want another but I’m nervous about this one, if you know what I mean lol.
Your beauty can easily be intimidating, but have you ever been afraid/nervous before a shoot?
Never, I am a very confident person and very bubbly so I’m always ready for the camera.
People would be surprised to know that ___________?
I can sing. I have a really good voice and came from a family of singer’s. My aunt made it big at one point, not sure if you know her but her name is Robin S. She had a single “show me love” in the 90’s, but I refuse to go down that road.
Your idea of relaxing is?
Staying home with a beer and watching the fight, Boxing or UFC’s. There’s nothing wrong with a nice hot candle lit bubble bath either.
You’ve got front row tickets to see your favorite artist. Who is it and why?
Oh goodness, as crazy as it may sound I really don’t have a favorite. I enjoy a plethora of music so I would want to sit in the audience of an all star show with various artists.
Your favorite getaway spot?
Vegas baby, I love it over there. I have a ball every time I go which is why I’m planning my New Years there this year.
How does Hip Hop music impact your daily life and your work? Whats your favorite song of the moment?
Hip hop takes away my stress; I play it while I conduct my regular activities whether it is at home, in the office, or designing something from my line. I currently like T.I & Rick Ross “Pledge Allegiance To The Swag” & Fabolous “Lights Out”
What are your turn-ons and turnoffs?
I love a perfect gentleman you know open doors, pull my chair the little things count to me. I cant stand to feel suffocated, when people cut me off (while Im talking), or when guys try to tell me what to do. Oh and if your nails are dirty eewwww I wont even let you touch me.
24 hours to do whatever you want no matter the cost, tell us what you would do?
Wow at no cost to me? Hmmmm I would spend the whole 24 hours going shoe shopping. I know that was a corn – ball answer but what can I say I really LOVE SHOES. That would make me nut so hard lmao.
What’s the craziest thing a fan/admirer has done to get your attention?
I don’t know how this guy found out where I worked, but I was walking down the block and he jumped out his car and ran to his trunk, I thought he was gonna kill me he yelled my name out, and I started running the opposite way. He’s yelling please sign my book. I turned around and he’s running towards me with his copy of Straight Stuntin. It was cute but I was scared as hell.
Who have you enjoyed working with the most? And name someone you would love to work with?
I enjoyed working with Kay Slay; the environment around him is very comfortable and calming. He’s all about his business and it just makes you want to work harder. I also enjoyed working with Sandy, C.E.O of Smooth Magazine and her whole team. We shot in Jamaica and we had a great time she really is a cool down to earth person. I would love to do a collaboration with Jazzie Belle, and Gloria Velez. I would also like to do more work with Frank Antonio, & my dream shoot would be with Photographer, Nigel Barker.
The most sensual shoot you’ve ever done and what made it so sexy.
Definitely the shoot with Smooth Magazine because of the location. We flew to Jamaica and stayed at the resort “Hedonism II” which is an all nude resort. It was pretty intense which made the shoot much more interesting and sensual.
What should we expect to see you doing in the near future?
Well you will definitely see me in more magazines. My clothing line D.E.A.D. S.E.R.I.U.S DIVA’S as well as my modeling company. I come up with new things all the time so be on the look out. I won’t be going anywhere anytime soon.
Any parting words or people you would like to thank?
I thank you guys for having me. I would like to thank Versatile Inc, Queens Elite, DJ Kay Slay, John Perry, Dead Serius Entertainment, Grind Season, and Mr. Alonso for his words of encouragement, if it wasn’t for him I wouldn’t have focused on the projects I am now focusing on, and last but definitely not least my personal assistant Stephanie Cox, she’s the best assistant anyone could have. Thank you to all my fans you are all so sweet and dedicated. Look out for my clothing line D.E.A.D. S.E.R.I..U.S DIVA’S. Look out folks, my journey has just begun.