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Ondine (I) (1937–1989)

Ondine, one of Andy Warhol's cinema superstars of the Sixties, was born Robert Olivio on June 16, 1937. He first met Warhol at an orgy held around 1961 or '62, and was dismayed by Warhol's failure to join in. He proceeded to kick Warhol out, not knowing who he was or understanding that the future titan of Pop Art essentially was a voyeur. He was ... See full bio »


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Vinyl Scum Baby
**** Father / Ebenezer Scrooge
Since Lyndon B. Johnson


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 2009 Heaven Wants Out
Dr. Member / Mrs. Poole
 1973 Sugar Cookies
 1972 Silent Night, Bloody Night
Chief Inmate
 1972 S.P.Q.R.
 1971 The Telephone Book
 1970 Cleopatra
 1967 ****
Father / Ebenezer Scrooge
 1967 Imitation of Christ
 1966 Since
Lyndon B. Johnson
 1965 Afternoon
 1965 Horse
 1965 Vinyl
Scum Baby
 1964 Raw Weekend
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Other Works:

Starred as Raymond Burr in Bill Landis's play "Burr" at Club 57 in New York City's East Village.

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Alternate Names:

Robert Olivo | Pope Ondine

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Personal Quote:

[on 'Andy Warhol"] "There's no one as fabulous as he is. He's just a marvelous, marvelous person or a marvelous, marvelous nonperson, whatever you want to call him. There's something about him that's magic, and it may be the fact that there's nothing there."


Is portrayed by Armin Amiri in Factory Girl (2006)

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