Ondine (actor)

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Robert Olivo aka Ondine (June 16, 1937 - April 28, 1989) was an American actor. He is best known for appearing in a series of films in the mid-1960s by Andy Warhol, whom he claimed to have met in 1961 at an orgy.

Ondine: "I was at an orgy, and he was, ah, this great presence in the back of the room. And this orgy was run by a friend of mine, and, so, I said to this person, 'Would you please mind throwing that thing out of here?' And that thing was thrown out of there, and when he came up to me the next time, he said to me, 'Nobody has ever thrown me out of a party.' He said, 'You know? Don't you know who I am?' And I said, 'Well, I don't give a good flying fuck who you are. You just weren't there. You weren't involved...'"

Ondine also appeared in films made by his lover, Roger Jacoby, Dream Sphinx Opera, L'Amico Fried's Glamorous Friends and Kunst Life.

Ondine died in 1989.


  • Batman Dracula (1964)
  • Afternoon (1965)
  • Restaurant (1965)
  • Vinyl (1965)
  • Horse (1965)
  • Chelsea Girls (1966)
  • <nowiki>****</nowiki>, aka Four Stars (1967)
  • The Loves of Ondine (1967)
  • Dream Sphinx Opera (1972)
  • Sugar Cookies (1973)

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