Sideshow: Olivia Wilde writes of her work in Haiti

Posted: March 14, 2014

Olivia Wilde writes on Haiti

Olivia Wilde, who stars as a suburban sex kitten in Better Living Through Chemistry, writes eloquently in Darling magazine about her volunteer work in Haiti, which had her burying victims with pal Babs Burchfield.

"We were aware of the unlikelihood of the moment - two white American girls working to bag bodies in a morgue - but this was Haiti, and we had come to expect the darkly unexpected," Wilde, 30, writes. "We . . . made this gruesome journey weekly, giving a dignified burial to the city's discarded poor."

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