Olivia Dunne is an American artistic gymnast and social media personality. A former USA national team member and a current member of the LSU Tigers women’s gymnastics team, she is the highest-valued women’s college athlete. Dunne’s social media following of over 10 million has resulted in endorsement deals for her name, image, and likeness totaling seven figures. Dunne began her gymnastics training at a tender age and soon began participating in various competitions. Her achievements as a gymnast have earned her an impressive fan base on social media. In 2020, Dunne joined the social media platform TikTok. Initially she posted videos of her gymnastics but later started posting videos of other areas of her life as well.
Olivia Paige Dunne
Gymnast, Social Media Personality, Olympic Gymnast
Birthday / Date of Birth
Olivia Dunne was born on the 1st of October 2002, in Los Angeles, California, United States.
She’s currently 20 years old.
In 2020, Olivia graduated from high school. Later, she started studying at Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Olivia has trained as a gymnast under the watchful eye of Craig Zappa and Jennifer Zappa.
- Father – David Dunne
- Mother – Katherine Dunne
- Siblings – Julianna Dunne (Sister) (Softball Player)
Boyfriend / Spouse
Olivia Dunne has dated –
Olivia has largely opted to keep her personal life away from the public spotlight, which makes it difficult for us to say anything about her love life and dating history.
- In feet – 5 feet 5 inches
- In centimeters – 165 cm
- In meters – 1.65 m
- In Kilograms – 54 kg
- In Pounds – 119 lbs
- Measurements – 32-24-33
- Bust – 32 inches
- Waist – 24 inches
- Hip – 33 inches
- Bra Size – 30B
She wears a size 7.5 (US) shoe.
Her dress size is 5 (US).
Olivia became known as a Gymnast who became a member of the U.S. junior national team. She has competed in major competitions such as the USA championships, where she individually medaled on beam, floor, and the all around. She has also competed in Italy where she placed first in the team competition. In 2020, she became a member of the LSU women’s gymnastics team.
At the 2014, Dunne made her elite debut American Classic where she finished 28th in the all-around. She next competed at the U.S. Classic where she placed 12th in the all-around. In 2015, Dunne re-qualified for elite status at the WOGA Classic, where she earned a qualifying score of 52.750 and placed fifth. She next competed at the American Classic where she placed eighth and qualified to compete at the 2015 National Championships. Dunne made her National Championships debut in 2015 where she placed 25th in the all-around.
In the 2017 Elite season, Olivia won three medals each for the beam and the floor events at the US Classic in Chicago. She also won medals for floor and beam at the P&G Championships in California. She was part of the National Team Camps at the USA Olympic Training Center in Texas. In March 2017, she represented the US national team at the Jesolo Trophy competition in Italy. That year, she represented the natural team that won gold at the City of Jesolo Trophy.
Dunne also competed in the American Classic, the U.S. Classic, and the National Championships. However, she was not called back to the national team. In 2018, Olivia Dunne made her senior debut in Jesolo, Italy. She subsequently debuted at the U.S. Classic. Her injuries prevented her from competing in all the events except uneven bars, in which she was placed 15th.
In 2020, Olivia joined the LSU Tigers gymnastics team. She made her NCAA debut in a meet against Arkansas, scoring 9.875. At the SEC Championships she contributed an uneven bars score of 9.875, but LSU was forced to count a fall on that event and finished in fifth place overall. At the NCAA regional semifinals she contributed scores of 9.85 on uneven bars and 9.9 on floor exercise. LSU suffered two uncharacteristic falls on balance beam and as a result was eliminated from the postseason during the first round of regionals, failing to qualify to the national championship as a team for the first time since 2011.
Olivia Dunne Net worth
Olivia Dunne has an estimated net worth of $2.5 million dollars as of 2023.
Social Media Profiles
Some Lesser Known Facts About Olivia Dunne
- Dunne was born in Westwood, New Jersey and raised in Hillsdale, New Jersey alongside her sister Julianna. Her father played D1 football.
- In 2005, she started her gymnastics training at ENA Gymnastics in Paramus, New Jersey.
- She came in second place in a US Challenge qualifying effort when she was just 10 years old.
- By the time she was 14 years old, Dunne was homeschooled by her mother while she spent her days training with her coach Craig Zappa at ENA Gymnastics.
- In 2017, Dunne was made part of the United States Junior National Team.
- Olivia was named the youngest athlete to compete at the Jr. International Elite. She can juggle anything with her feet.
- She is extremely popular on TikTok with over 7 million fans on her livvy account. In 2020, Dunne joined the social media platform TikTok.
- She considers gymnasts Shawn Johnson and Nastia Liukin to be her gymnastics role models and content creators Tatiana Ringsby, Maddie Ziegler, and Lily Chee to be her social media idols.
- After missing much of the season due to various injuries including two torn labrums, a torn bicep, and a stress reaction in her leg, Dunne made her season debut on 24 February 2023, against Alabama, scoring a 9.825 on the uneven bars.
- On February 27, 2023, Dunne posted a paid-sponsorship video to TikTok promoting Caktus AI with the caption “Needing to get my creativity flowing for my essay due at midnight”.
- As of May 2023, Dunne was the highest-valued women’s college athlete with an estimated NIL valuation of $3.3 million, which led to endorsement deals with Grubhub, Vuori, Bodyarmor, and American Eagle Outfitters.