Olga started her career off in her native France, first appearing in a bit part in the 1966 television series L’Auberge de la licorne. A year later, she appeared opposite Audrey Hepburn in Two for the Road, although her part was un-credited and more or less miniscule. However, by 1968, Olga was commanding leading parts, first making an impression with her title role in Catherine. By the mid-1970s, Olga was at the top of her game, appearing in countless series and film productions. Her only nude scene came in 1973’s The Day of the Jackal, which featured an incredibly brief look at her firm, round breasts, as well as a nice look at her derriere. Her career found the proverbial “Bottom of the Barrel,” though, by the mid-1980s, and after a recurring role on the series Lili, petit a petit, Olga gave up acting forever. Sadly, she took her own life in 1997 at her home in Paris.